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5:35 PM ET, June 1, 2011

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Jack Dorsey / Twitter Blog:
search+photos  —  Twitter brings the most meaningful information in the world right to your pocket.  And, we're constantly working on ways to make that even better.  —  One good search can take you #anywhere.  —  Today we're starting to roll out a completely new version of Twitter search.
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MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Twitter Partners With Photobucket On Photos And Firefox On Search  —  Twitter has just announced on their blog two new key bits of functionality for the search: improved search and photos.  The latter, we've obviously been all over in recent days, as we first broke the news a couple days ago.
Liz Gannes / AllThingsD:
Screenshots of Twitter's New Photos Product
Discussion: SAI
The Mozilla Blog:
Official Twitter Add-on Brings Twitter Search to the Mozilla Firefox Awesome Bar on Desktop and Mobile
Discussion: TechnoBuffalo
Evan Gilbert / The Official Google Blog:
The +1 button for websites: recommend content across the web  —  Since we started rolling out the +1 button in March, you've been able to recommend content to your friends and contacts directly from Google search results and ads.  —  But sometimes you want to +1 a page while you're on it.
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Liz Gannes / AllThingsD:
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo Tells Developers to “Move Up the Value Chain” (Video)  —  Twitter CEO Dick Costolo shared details and perspectives about Twitter usage, developer relations and monetization in an interview with Walt Mossberg today at D9.  He also introduced new photo and search products.
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Ina Fried / AllThingsD:
How Powerful is Twitter?  Well, Shaq Just Tweeted His Retirement  —  Dick Costolo just spent 45 minutes on stage at D9 talking about the power of Twitter.  But I think Shaquille O'Neal just made a better argument for Twitter's power in just two words.  —  “im retiring,” the NBA star tweeted Wednesday, linking to a video.
Discussion: TechCrunch
Reuters:
Twitter CEO says 80 percent of advertisers renew  —  (Reuters) - More than 80 percent of the companies that advertise on Twitter renew their marketing efforts on the microblogging service, the company's chief executive said on Wednesday.  —  Speaking at the D9 conference …
Discussion: The Next Web
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune:
Apple's new data center is visible (at last!) from space  —  One of the mysteries surrounding the 500,000-square foot server farm Apple (AAPL) has famously constructed in a small North Carolina town called Maiden — besides its ultimate purpose — is why it didn't show up on Google Earth.
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Neil Hughes / AppleInsider:
Apple may offer free iCloud services with aggressively priced Mac OS X Lion
Discussion: Ars Technica and 9 to 5 Mac
Anthony Ha / VentureBeat:
Flip creator gets into the grilled cheese business, Sequoia invests  —  Well, this is ... unexpected.  Jonathan Kaplan, who previously led the company that created the Flip camera, just announced his new project on-stage at the D9 conference — and it's a grilled cheese company.
Josh Ong / AppleInsider:
JP Morgan: Apple's iPad rivals reduce build plans after ‘early dose of reality’  —  A new investor report from J.P. Morgan on Wednesday indicates that Apple's competitors in the tablet market have reduced their build plans after receiving an “early dose of reality” in the form of lackluster sales.
Anil Dash:
Apple's Twitter  —  I've been waiting a year for someone to write about this, but my laziness has not yet paid off, so here are a few things that we all know about everybody's favorite Cupertino fruit company:  — Apple has client app software on hundreds of millions of devices in the form …
Discussion: GigaOM and parislemon
Tricia Duryee / AllThingsD:
Groupon's CEO Andrew Mason Live at D9  —  Groupon's CEO Andrew Mason makes history today as the first speaker at the D conference to ever request that his image be based on a recent driver's license photo — goofy grin and all.  —  As the man who has overseen Groupon's wild ride to the top …
Discussion: @pkafka
Bloomberg:
Microsoft Said to Limit Chipmakers Using Windows to Only One Tablet-Maker  —  Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) has asked chipmakers that want to use the next version of Windows for tablets to work with no more than one computer manufacturer, three people with knowledge of the plan said.
John Paczkowski / AllThingsD:
HP Might License webOS, Says CEO (Video)  —  Hewlett-Packard's plans for webOS extend far beyond tablets, smartphones and PCs.  Hewlett-Packard CEO Léo Apotheker says the company is planning to make it available to its partners to provide mobility services to their customers.
Sandro Villinger / ITworld.com:
10 hidden features in Windows 8  —  Windows 8 is coming in 2012: Here's an early look at 10 major new features and areas of improvement. … Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer finally confirmed what tech pundits knew all along: the next generation of Windows will be out in 2012.
Liz Gannes / AllThingsD:
Jack Dorsey of Square and Twitter Live at D9  —  Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Square and product chief at Twitter, didn't have much of anything going on today so he dropped in on D9.  —  All kidding aside, the seemingly super-human Dorsey will be taking questions from AllThingsD's Kara Swisher …
Discussion: AllThingsD and @stevenjayl
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
Google: Group In China Targeted Senior US Officials, Chinese Activists, Others With Phishing Attack  —  Google has just revealed that it's detected a phishing attack originating from Jinan, China that targeted “senior U.S. government officials, Chinese political activists …
Chris Davies / SlashGear:
Google WebRTC browser voice/video chat released to take on Skype and FaceTime  —  Google has released a developer preview of WebRTC, its open real-time voice and video chat system that uses HTML and JavaScript to put video and audio conferencing into the browser.
Discussion: The Next Web and Geeky-Gadgets
Tricia Duryee / AllThingsD:
Exclusive: Groupon Books Travel Plans Through Expedia Partnership  —  Groupon is partnering with Expedia to create a new discount travel service that will let people book hotel rooms and airfare at half the cost.  —  The announcement is being made today at the D Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes …
Discussion: Screenwerk, GeekWire, Tnooz and @mrinaldesai
Matt McGee / Search Engine Land:
Official: Google Offers Goes Live, First Portland Offer Arrives  —  [As promised below in our post from late Tuesday night, the first Google Offer just arrived minutes ago in my Gmail inbox.  Here's a screenshot, followed by the remainder of Tuesday night's post about it.]
Evan Williams / EVHEAD:
The Future of Identity Belongs to Apple and Google  —  Why is it, when you install an app from the AppStore that requires an account, and you don't already have an account on the service, you have to fill out a form and create one?  —  It seems like a dumb question, until you consider that this is not your computer.
Discussion: MediaPost
Evan Blass / pocketnow.com:
Motorola Site Redesign Tips Xoom 2, Watchphone, More?  (Images)  —  Motorola appears to be in the midst of a site redesign following its split earlier this year, and with it comes evidence of several new devices.  Besides a followup to the Xoom, it seems that Moto's working on a pair …
Colleen Taylor / GigaOM:
Exclusive: LinkedIn to Launch Job Application Tool  —  LinkedIn is preparing to launch a plug-in for employers' websites called “Apply With LinkedIn” that will allow job candidates to apply for available positions using their LinkedIn profiles as resumes.  The feature indicates LinkedIn's increasing focus …
Discussion: SAI
Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols / Open Source Blog:
Oracle gives OpenOffice to Apache  —  As I reported on May 31st, 2011, Oracle has, with IBM's encouragement, given the open-source OpenOffice office suite to The Apache Software Foundation (ASF).  —  In a statement issued this morning, June 1st, Oracle's Luke Kowalski …
Rafe Needleman / CNET News:
Reed Hastings: Netflix vying for ‘wallet share’  —  RANCHO PALOS VERDES, Calif.—Netflix CEO Reed Hastings says his company can't afford brand-new content yet.  —  Netflix is still fighting movie release “windows” and not offering new releases as quickly as it likes, Hastings said at the D9 conference here this morning.
 
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Richard Lai / Engadget:
Acer W4 Windows Phone Mango handset eyes-on (video)
Discussion: LiveSide.net and WMPoweruser.com
Jeremy A. Kaplan / Fox News:
EXCLUSIVE: Northrop Grumman May Have Been Hit by Cyberattack, Source Says
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Google Apps To Pull Support For Firefox 3.5, Internet Explorer 7, And Safari 3
Donald Melanson / Engadget:
Samsung Chromebook goes on sale early at Gilt
Discussion: Betabeat and CrunchGear
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
Paul Graham: Total Value Of Y Combinator-Funded Startups Is $4.7 Billion
Discussion: SAI, ReadWriteStart and Y Combinator
 Earlier Items: 
Matt Burns / CrunchGear:
The HP Touchpad Gets A Video Demo Thanks To SanDisk
Wall Street Journal:
U.S. Presses to Rein In Web Gadgets in New Cars
Sheila Himmel / IEEE Spectrum:
Campus Life at Facebook and Google
Discussion: All Facebook
Fred / A VC:
Enough Is Enough  —  I believe that software patents should not exist.
Discussion: Gizmodo, SAI and GMSV
John Paczkowski / AllThingsD:
Schmidt Says Google's Social Problem Is His Fault