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11:30 PM ET, May 28, 2010

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Joshua Topolsky / Engadget:
The next Apple TV revealed: cloud storage and iPhone OS on tap... and a $99 price tag  —  If you thought that Apple's foray into the world of home entertainment died with the last iteration of the Apple TV, you're quite wrong.  A tip we've received — which has been confirmed by a source …
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Dave Winer / Scripting News:
I don't like wires but I do like ports  —  My home computers have been on a diet.
Discussion: Daring Fireball and MacStories
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Source: Microsoft Bing Taking Over iPhone Search  —  [See Update below] Microsoft Bing will replace Google in the next version of the iPhone operating system to be released in June, we've heard from mulitple sources, including a high level source who claims to have been briefed on the matter.
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Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
Microsoft Talking to Apple About Being a Search Option on the iPhone, Not Google Replacement  —  Correcting yet another post-first-and-ask questions later rumor, sources tell BoomTown that-as has been previously reported many times-Microsoft and Apple have been in long-term talks about adding …
Discussion: Search Engine Land
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Exclusive Video And Screenshots Of Digg Version 4  —  The video above, which we believe will be shown to publishers to promote the new Digg, gives a never before seen look at the new version of Digg, version 4, that the company has been working on for over a year - founder Kevin Rose first spoke about it in April 2009.
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Alexis Ohanian / Soaring on a Pig with Bread Wings:
An open letter to Kevin Rose  —  Full disclosure: I've been in Armenia for the last 3 months and have no idea what's going on internally at digg - this following is wild speculation.  I can, however, tell you all about how a Kiva Fellowship works </shamelessplug>.  —  Kevin,
Discussion: Marc Gayle on Startups …, Thanks:atul
Liz Gannes / GigaOM:
Digg Wants to Be the Twitter of News
Discussion: Scripting News and The Next Web, Thanks:jguynn
Andrew Munchbach / Boy Genius Report:
AT&T to offer iPhone insurance for $13.99/mo  —  One of our AT&T Ninjas just hit us up with some news that will excite those of you who have a chronic case of the dropsies and own an iPhone.  AT&T will be launching a new insurance service starting June 6th, named MobileProtect, designed specifically for the Apple iPhone.
Ryan Singel / Epicenter:
Mark Zuckerberg: I Donated to Open Source, Facebook Competitor  —  You might expect that Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg would dismiss the four NYU college students who want to take on Facebook's dominance of social networking by building a distributed, open alternative that includes a way for people to run their own servers.
Discussion: Mashable! and Network World
Steve / The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs:
Our new spin on the Foxconn suicide epidemic  —  Working together with our colleagues in the PRC's propaganda ministry we have developed a great new counter-narrative that we've been pushing pretty hard in background conversations with friendly hacks.  Basically it's the notion …
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Foremski / Silicon Valley Watcher:
Foxconn Suicides: Is It Time For “Fair Trade” …
Discussion: NBC Bay Area
Jonathan Standing / Reuters:
Hon Hai to raise China wages after spate of suicides
Bloomberg:
Amazon.com Is Said to Be Introducing Thinner Version of Kindle in August  —  Amazon.com Inc., the world's largest online retailer, plans to introduce the next version of its Kindle electronic-book reader in August, according to two people familiar with its plans.
Discussion: Mashable! and Engadget
Jon Gilkison / interfacelab:
Is This Really The Future of Magazines or Why Didn't They Just Use HTML 5?  —  I just downloaded the Wired iPad application, and like most iPad applications (and most magazines for that matter), I found myself bored with it within the first 20 minutes.  I'm sure the content is engaging …
Ben Grubb / ZDNet Australia:
IE6 used as Facebook blocker: Microsoft  —  Businesses that want to block access to social networking sites such as Facebook are not upgrading to the latest version of Internet Explorer (IE), according to Microsoft's Australian chief security adviser.  —  “[Companies are] happy to stay …
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Barry Collins / PC Pro:
Microsoft man: “My job is to destroy IE6”
Discussion: Sunbelt Blog
Sara Silver / Wall Street Journal:
Motorola Bets Big on Google, Verizon  —  Motorola Inc. has reached a deal with Verizon Wireless to ensure some of its upcoming smartphones will be heavily promoted by the largest U.S. carrier, a big boost as Motorola tries to turn around its struggling handset business.
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Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
And We're Off: Hurt Locker Files First 5,000 Lawsuits Against File Sharers  —  from the welcome-to-the-digital-hurt- locker dept  —  As was widely rumored and more or less confirmed by the rude email from Hurt Locker's producers, saying that anyone who thought this was a bad idea was a …
Aaron Boodman / Chromium Blog:
Desktop Notifications: Now available to extensions in Chrome  —  Many Chrome extensions use browser actions as a notification area.  Notifications can be very valuable to users, but there's only so much a developer can do with an icon's worth of pixels.  —  As it turns out …
David Kravets / Threat Level:
Supreme Court Gets RIAA Copyright Case  —  Whitney Harper was sued by the RIAA, when she was a teen.  —  A case testing the meaning of the so-called “innocent infringer's” defense to the Copyright Act's minimum $750-per-music-track fine has landed at the U.S. Supreme Court.
Mark Spoonauer / LAPTOP Mag:
Lenovo Ditching Custom Linux on IdeaPad U1 Hybrid and Skylight for Android  —  The bad news: two of our favorite products from CES are getting pushed back-again.  The Lenovo Skylight and U1 Hybrid have been delayed by the company.  The good news: the reason is that Lenovo wants to equip …
Nick Bilton / Bits:
One on One: Brian Lam of Gizmodo.com  —  It was just last month that Gizmodo.com, the gadget blog, published images of the next-generation iPhone that led to a chain of events that sound more like a soap opera than a gadget story.  Since then, Gizmodo has been catapulted into the mainstream media …
Thomas Ricker / Engadget:
Stores open early June 4th for EVO 4G with mobile hotspot loophole  —  When you've got the world's most desired** handset, you don't keep people waiting.  As such, Sprint will be opening the doors of its “preferred retailers” extra early on June 4th.  That should give you a bit of time to grab …
Wall Street Journal:
Android Emerges as Big Rival to iPad  —  Google's Operating System a Front-Runner as PC Manufacturers Rush to Create Tablet-Style Devices  —  In the high-stakes race to catch Apple Inc.'s hit iPad, the Android operating system that Google Inc. popularized in cellphones is emerging as an early front-runner.
 
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