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8:30 PM ET, November 24, 2010

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Matt Cowan / Reuters:
Twitter co-founder hopes to create news network  —  Biz Stone, the co-founder of popular microblogging site Twitter, is eager to harness the vast quantities of information that it helps its users share to create a news network, he told Reuters on Monday.  A Twitter news network would not necessarily …
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Steve Stecklow / Wall Street Journal:
Shunned Profiling Technology on the Verge of Comeback  —  One of the most potentially intrusive technologies for profiling and targeting Internet users with ads is on the verge of a comeback, two years after an outcry by privacy advocates in the U.S. and Britain appeared to kill it.
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Ryan Kim / GigaOM:   Deep Packet Inspection Circles Back for a Second Look
Dan Whitworth / BBC:
Angry Birds switches from mobiles to games consoles  —  One of the most successful smartphone games ever is making the switch from mobiles to consoles.  —  Angry Birds has been downloaded 36 million times by people using Apple's iPhone and the Google Android operating system.
Agence France Presse:
Branson launching digital magazine for iPad  —  SAN FRANCISCO (AFP) - British tycoon Richard Branson on Tuesday will unveil a digital magazine tailored for viewing on Apple's popular iPad tablet computers, according to press conference invitations.  —  Word of Branson's plans to publish …
Cecilia Kang / Post Tech:
Comcast, NBC argue against sharing with Internet TV  —  Comcast and NBC Universal executives met with senior officials at the Federal Communications Commission this week, urging the agency against conditions to their proposed merger that would require the new company to provide shows and movies to Internet video distributors.
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Vlad Savov / Engadget:
iPhone gets UberTwitter client, BlackBerrys have one less reason to exist  —  If the name UberTwitter sounds familiar, that'll be because it's one of the more popular mobile Twitter clients, accounting for 10 million tweets each day from BlackBerry users around the globe.  And now it's also available on the iPhone.
James Governor / James Governor's Monkchips:
The iPad: Nice Piece of Glass!  Here comes HTML5  —  If you have followed RedMonk for any time you'll know that we are strong advocates for open source and open standards.  Open ecosystems create more economic and innovation opportunities than closed systems.  So far, so Adam Smith.
Steven Church / Bloomberg:
Facebook Sued by Inventor Behind Priceline.com  —  Facebook Inc., operator of the world's biggest social-networking website, was sued for patent infringement by a company controlled by Jay S. Walker, a co- inventor of Priceline.com.  Walker Digital LLC, accused Palo Alto …
Discussion: The Next Web
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb:
Your Income, Home Ownership & Parenthood Status Now Available as an API  —  Personal information aggregation service Rapleaf announced to its developers today that it now offers “lifestyle” information like home ownership status, occupation and income corresponding with any email or postal address in its database.
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Art.sy Raises $1.25 Million From Schmidt, Murdoch, Dorsey, And Super-Artsy Angels  —  New York City art world startup Art.sy, which launched at our first TechCrunch Disrupt and won the Rookie Award, is raising $1.25 million from a very impressive group of super angels on both coasts.
Discussion: Pulse2 and VatorNews
David Sarno / L.A. Times Tech Blog:
New Google Maps for the iPhone makes traffic harder to see  —  A little-noticed change in Apple's recent update to its mobile operating system was that, in the built-in Google Maps application, road traffic is displayed a bit differently.  —  Instead of solid bars of red, green and yellow …
Zach Epstein / BGR:
PlayStation Phone to be unveiled on December 9th?  —  French gadget enthusiast blog Nowhereelse has reportedly received a copy of an invitation to a mysterious press event early next month.  The event, as the invitation states, is supposedly “the most awaited event of the past 10 years.”
Discussion: Electronista, Pulse2 and techeblog.com
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Android Market To Show Content Ratings.  Devs: Get Them In Or Be Labeled “Mature”  —  As Apple CEO Steve Jobs like to point out, the Android Market is great for users who want to find porn.  While that may not be exactly true, other Android-based stores are trying to make it true.
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft Blog:
Microsoft delivers beta update for Internet Explorer 9  —  A week after rolling out its seventh developer preview of Internet Explorer (IE) 9, Microsoft has gone back and delivered an update for the beta of IE 9, the first full beta of Microsoft's next-gen browser which the company delivered in mid-September.
Andrew Wallenstein / paidContent:
New Pew Stats To Fuel Net Neutrality Fans  —  With network neutrality poised to make a potential return to Capitol Hill, the latest surveys conducted by the Pew Research Center will be seized as ammo for those who don't want to to see a tiered pipeline take hold on digital platforms.
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Anil Dash:
Freedom, Trust, and Other Boring Software Features  —  Providing more evidence that blogging is something you can get better at the longer you do it, my friend Rafe Colburn put out a brilliant post the other day outlining a third kind of software freedom.
Gavin Clarke / The Register:
Apache open sourcers welcome Google's unwanted Wave  —  Mountain View orphan finds home  —  Google's “clever” but misunderstood Wave is getting a fresh shot at life with open-sourcers at the Apache Software Foundation (ASF).  —  The Mountain View Chocolate Factory, Novell …
Erik Sherman / BNET:
Google Blocks Mobile Porn Searches, but It's an Accident.  Sort of.  Maybe  —  It seems that users of Google (GOOG) Mobile search have a problem if they want unfiltered search results: They're not available.  Within the last two days, consumer complaints have begun to flood Google support forums.
Kashmir Hill / The Not-So Private Parts:
How the C.I.A. Perfects its Social Media Monitoring Technologies  —  It's not a secret to most Netizens that they're being watched on the Internet.  And not just by advertisers.  Law enforcement hasn't exactly been secretive about the open source data-mining being done online.
Stephan Seyboth / Google LatLong:
How ratings and reviews work on Google Places  —  Ratings, reviews and recommendations play an important role in helping people find great places they love.  Now that Google Hotpot is available, we want to take the opportunity to share some details on how the Google ratings and reviews system works …
Bloomberg:
Toshiba, Vizio Are Said to Unveil Google TV Products in January  —  Toshiba Corp. and Vizio Inc. plan to release products based on Google Inc.'s TV software, lending support to the Internet search company's efforts to bring the Web to TV screens, people familiar with the matter said.
Discussion: GTVHub.com
Susan Pulliam / Wall Street Journal:
Supply Data Now a Focus of Probe  —  Has the “channel check” become a criminal act?  —  Wall Street analysts have been left bewildered in recent days, as federal prosecutors begin to home in on insider-trading cases that appear to involve routinely published information about public-company supply chains.
 
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Erica Sadun / TUAW:
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