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Paul Kedrosky's Infectious Greed:
Gmail for Domains: Oh-Oh Outlook  —  It had been predicted by an intrepid Javascript code spelunker, but it's now official: … Beyond advertising, we are beginning to see how Google might monetize the great Gmail — and perhaps more importantly, cause huge heartache to Microsoft in the process.
Discussion: Squash and deal architect
Stephanie Hannon / Official Google Blog:
Big mail on campus  —  San José City College (SJCC) has embarked on a technology improvement program, and for the first time will be offering student email accounts.  That's where we come in.  We're testing a new service with the school by hosting Gmail accounts with SJCC domain addresses …
PC Magazine:
AT&T Warns Apple, Others, Of Patent Infringement  —  AT&T possesses several patents related to video compression, which the company says are an essential component of the MPEG-4 video technology.  In a bid to drive its global licensing program, AT&T has targeted Apple Computer, Inc. …
IStock 'Changes Nothing' . . .  The acquisition iStockphoto by Getty Images will have virtually no impact on photographers who supply work to regular Getty brands, company spokesperson Deb Trevino said Thursday afternoon.  —  "At the same time that this announcement was being made …
Brendan Sinclair / GameSpot:
Industry icons get connected  —  Luminaries with ties to EA, Ubisoft, Sony, Microsoft converge to talk about the online future of the gaming industry.  —  MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA—Online gaming has been "the next big thing" for years now, and the success stories are beginning to show their impact on the industry.
Discussion: Joystiq, Gamerscore Blog and Kotaku
Joris Evers / CNET
Advertisers may face public humiliation over adware  —  WASHINGTON—Companies could find themselves put up for public humiliation by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission if they continue to advertise through insidious ad-serving software.  —  Such a move might help in the battle against adware …
Joseph Scott / Joseph Scott's Blog:
Oracle Buying Open Source Companies?  —  BusinessWeek is reporting that Oracle is looking to buy more open source companies.  Specifically they mention JBoss, Zend and Sleepycat.  Nothing official has been announced yet, but keep in mind that it was only a few months ago when Oracle bought the company behind InnoDB (Innobase).
David Walker / eHomeUpgrade:
Could the Playstation 3 Kill Sony?  —  As we quickly approach E3 in May, many people are eagerly anticipating more details on the Sony PS3.  Since Sony burst onto the gaming scene with the original Playstation, they have been the company to beat in the console wars.
Business Week:
Can Sony's Kutaragi Score Big?
Discussion: Joystiq
Niall Kennedy / Technorati Weblog:
Giving GrabPERF a new home  —  Technorati is now hosting GrabPERF, a blog performance monitoring project created by Stephen Pierzchala in a Silicon Valley basement.  We've been big fans of GrabPERF's distributed monitoring service and want to make sure it continues to serve the web community.
Business Week:
Can MTV Stay Cool?  —  How CEO Judy McGrath must remake her TV empire for a digital world  —  Nearly 40 years ago, in a blue-collar Irish neighborhood in Scranton, Pa., Judy McGrath fell in love with music.  As much as her father, Charles, tried to get his only child to listen to Duke Ellington …
Discussion: Techdirt and IP Democracy
Heather Green / Business Week:
Inside the BlackBerry "Workaround"  —  Finally, Research in Motion provides details of a plan to keep its popular service running, just in case.  Here's what you need to know about it  —  Buck up, BlackBerry addicts.  At least that's the message from Research In Motion (RIMM) …
Josh / Bokardo:
Dynamic Reading Lists  —  Adam Green: … I've been using Blogbridge for a few days now, after talking about them with Adam over sushi, and I can say that dynamic OPML reading lists are really cool.  However, because they are OPML they are working at the feed level, and at this point I think I'm more interested in the post level.
Discussion: Raw, EirePreneur and Darwinian Web
Chris Gilmer / The Unofficial Google Weblog:
Is getting a job at Google hard?  —  I know a lot of people who drool at the thought of getting into a company such as Google.  With so many outstandingopportunities, in an atmosphere that promotes fun, idea generation, and personal growth.  But what do you need in orderto get looked at?
Discussion: InsideGoogle
Scobleizer / Microsoft Geek Blogger:
Comment Spam discussed at Northern Voice  —  Maryam and I are at the Northern Voice conference.  Today is "MooseCamp" and Matt Mullenweg (the founder of WordPress) is leading a discussion about comment spam.  But, coming into the session he mentioned that he already has 90,000 blogs (including mine).
Jeneane Sessum / ALLIED:
WISH LIST: Bring More Enterprise Tools to the Bsphere  —  I'm exhausted from trying to research some stuff—in annual report writing hell as we speak—which has me thinking that there's another wall that needs to come down, and it's the wall separating me from the stats I need to write effectively.
Discussion: Joho the Blog
Samsung Digimax L85  —  Samsung Digimax L85 : Samsung introduces a 8.1 Megapixel digital camera with a 5x optical SHD lens to strengthen its digital success in the popular 8.1 Megapixel digital camera sector.  The Samsung L85, introduced by Samsung, is a portable compact digital camera …
Discussion: Gizmodo and Engadget
Ed Oswald /
Microsoft Rolls Out Live Expo  —  UPDATED Following three months of internal testing, Microsoft has announced that it is opening its classified listing service Windows Live Expo, formerly code-named "Fremont," to select businesses in the Seattle metropolitan area.

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