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6:35 PM ET, September 10, 2010

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Nick Saint / Silicon Alley Insider:
Android Will Blow Past Apple And RIM To Become Second Biggest Mobile OS This Year  —  Google's Android will become the second-biggest mobile operating system in the world sometime this year, according to the latest report from Gartner.  —  Nokia's Symbian will have more marketshare …
Nokia:
Nokia appoints Stephen Elop to President and CEO as of September 21, 2010  —  Espoo, Finland -Nokia's Board of Directors has appointed Stephen Elop President and Chief Executive Officer of Nokia as of September 21.  Elop currently heads Microsoft's Business Division.
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Matthew Lynley / VentureBeat:
Stanford student creates YouTube Instant, gets job offer from YouTube CEO  —  Stanford student Feross Aboukhadijeh, in a nod to the recent unveiling of Google Instant, has created a real-time search engine for YouTube videos — and it's caught the attention of YouTube CEO Chad Hurley.
Gareth Beavis / TechRadar.com:
Google: ‘Android not optimised for tablets’  —  Gingerbread seems likely to be tablet-friendly OS  —  Google has stated that it currently isn't using Android on any tablets, hinting that it will have a tablet-centric OS soon.  —  Although Gingerbread and Honeycomb have been strongly tipped …
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Exclusive: IAC Finally Kills Off Bloglines  —  It's finally happened.  Bloglines,the troubled RSS feed reader owned by IAC, will officially be shut down, the company has told TechCrunch exclusively.  The site has had a tumultuous history, so it's unsurprising that IAC has finally put the platform out of its misery.
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Anupreeta Das / Wall Street Journal:
GoDaddy Is on the Block  —  GoDaddy.com, the closely-held company that registers Internet domain names, has put itself up for sale in an auction that could fetch more than $1 billion, people familiar with the matter said.  —  Qatalyst Partners, the boutique firm run by veteran technology …
WMUR:
Police: Thieves Robbed Homes Based On Facebook Posts  —  Off-Duty Police Officer Who Heard Fireworks Credited With Cracking Case  —  NASHUA, N.H. — Nashua police are crediting an alert off-duty police officer who heard fireworks with cracking a burglary ring that targeted homes known to be empty because of Facebook postings.
Discussion: TechCrunch, CNET News, Geek.com and Switched
Byron Acohido / USA Today:
Bing exec: Google Instant may be fast, but Bing results are smarter  —  Not to take anything away from the top-flight Google engineers responsible for Google Instant, but a young Australian tech geek, named Long Zheng , tweaked Microsoft's Bing search engine to do the same basic functions back in August 2009.
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Shashi Seth / Yahoo! Search Blog:
Back to the Future: Innovation is Alive in Search
Jay Yarow / Silicon Alley Insider:
Newsday's Ad For Its iPad App Is Brilliant  —  Newsday just released the funniest, most clever ad for an iPad application we've ever seen.  Enjoy!  —  Get Alerts for these topics »  —  Short URL … Blackboard Home » … Sponsored Link:  —  Receive email updates on new comments!
Discussion: TUAW, Laughing Squid and MediaMemo
Jim Dalrymple / The Loop:
Apple to discontinue free iPhone Bumper Case program on Sept. 30  —  When Steve Jobs announced during a press conference in July that all iPhone 4 users would receive a free case, he set a deadline of September 30 to reevaluate the program.  Apple has, and they will discontinue it.
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MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Apple Says iPhone 4 Antenna Issue “Even Smaller Than We Originally Thought”
Bloomberg:
JPMorgan Said to Test IPhone for E-Mail as More Bankers Bypass BlackBerry  —  JPMorgan Chase & Co. may soon let employees use iPhones for corporate e-mail, making it an alternative to Research in Motion Ltd.'s BlackBerry at the bank for the first time, two people familiar with the situation said.
Jeff Gillis / Google Analytics Blog:
More On Instant Search  —  Since this week's launch of Instant Search, we've been asked how to track Instant Search in Google Analytics, and in particular, whether it's possible to see partial Instant Search queries in your reports.  —  You actually don't need to do anything to track Instant Search queries in Google Analytics.
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Kit Eaton / Fast Company:
The Side-Effects of Google Instant
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac:
Facetime coming to iChat, Windows?  —  Mac4ever this morning posts that Facetime, Apple's open source video chatting protocol, will be coming to iChat very soon, adding desktop Macs to the machines that are able to video chat with Apple's camera-wielding iOS devices.
Mark Gurman / 9 to 5 Mac:
Office for Mac 2011 coming October 26th according to Amazon  —  Earlier today we reported on a rumor that Office for Mac 2011 will be launching on October 27th, but tonight we've discovered otherwise.  When browsing for Office for Mac 2011 on Amazon there's a noted date of October 26th …
Tom Krazit / CNET News:
Google rejects, then approves, anti-Google ads  —  After initially rejecting three AdWords ads submitted by a major critic of its policies, Google has now approved the ads after the advertiser complained.  —  Last week Consumer Watchdog—an intense and sometimes disingenuous Google critic …
Discussion: Inside Google
Jack Purcher / Patently Apple:
Apple Provides us with a Peek at Spirals, a new iTunes UI Feature  —  It's no secret that Steve Jobs has had a serious cube fetish over the years.  So he's decided to shake things up a bit this year and shift his passion to all things spiral and/or cylindrical.
Discussion: Gizmodo, Gearlog and SlashGear
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
How The “Focus On First” Helps Hide Google's Relevancy Problems  —  In January, I was invited to speak to Google's search quality team about issues I had with Google's search results.  My topic?  For queries where I know a subject really well, I often found Google provided some pretty poor results …
Jon Udell / O'Reilly Radar:
Twitter kills the password anti-pattern, but at what cost?  —  Last week Twitter ended basic name/password authentication to its API.  This was announced well in advance.  Still, like many procrastinators, I found myself scrambling to learn what is now the only available way to authenticate to the Twitter API: OAuth.
Andy Greenberg / The Firewall:
“Here You Have” Virus May Be Linked To Libyan Hacker  —  What does an “electronic jihad” look like?  Apparently, a lot of spam email.  —  Joe Stewart, a researcher with security firm SecureWorks, has found evidence that he says links the “Here You Have” virus, an annoying piece …
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Sex movie worm spreads worldwide
 
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Hugh McGuire / O'Reilly Radar:
The line between book and Internet will disappear
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Steve O'Hear / TechCrunch Europe:
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US widens probe of HP bribery allegations
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Why I Quit My CTO Job At Facebook And Started Quora
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