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10:10 AM ET, September 15, 2006


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Alex Veiga / Associated Press:
Universal Music chief blasts YouTube, MySpace over copyrights  —  LOS ANGELES - Universal Music Group CEO Doug Morris said the wildly popular Web sites YouTube and MySpace are violating copyright laws by allowing users to post music videos and other content involving Universal artists.
Tim Arango / New York Post:
TARGET: YOUTUBE  —  UNIVERSAL MUSIC WARNS WEB VIDEO SWAPPER  —  Universal Music chief Doug Morris launched a loud salvo at YouTube, warning the upstart Internet firm that it could come into the legal crosshairs of the world's largest music company.  —  YouTube, the prolific swapper of videos online …
Discussion: i-boy and Smalltalk Tidbits …
Yinka Adegoke / Reuters:
Universal Music pressuring YouTube, MySpace  —  NEW YORK (Reuters) - Universal Music Group, the world's biggest record company, is stepping up pressure against popular online sites YouTube and MySpace, accusing them of infringing the copyrights of its artists' music videos.
Charles Duhigg / Los Angeles Times:
Music chief faults social Web sites
Discussion: Digital Music News and Coolfer
Associated Press:
Segway Recalls Scooters for Injury Risk  —  Segway Inc. is recalling all 23,500 of the self-balancing scooters it has shipped to date because of a software glitch that can make its wheels unexpectedly reverse direction, causing riders to fall off.  —  The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission …
Discussion: VentureBeat
Falls bring Segway scooter recall
Discussion: Techdirt
Paul Miller / Engadget:
Segway recalls all 23,500 scooters sold due to software glitch!
Liz Gannes / GigaOM:
Evan Williams: How Odeo Screwed Up  —  Public hindsight about startups' missteps generally comes after a good amount of "traveling in Europe with my fiancée" or whatever it is that failed CEOs do.  However, Evan Williams just gave a refreshing talk about the dangers of combining money …
Michael Gartenberg:
Today's Zune News - First Take  —  Well, we heard from Apple earlier this week (but don't think that's the last word.  Last year Apple followed up the Nano announcement with the 5G iPods just a few weeks later) and now it's Microsoft's turn.  I spent some time recently with the Zune …
Staci D. Kramer /
Microsoft Zune: Interview, Bryan Lee, Corporate VP/CFO, Entertainment …
Discussion: IP Democracy and Read/WriteWeb
Dan Farber / Between the Lines:
TechCrunch's Arrington shares his winners and losers  —  TechCruncher Mike Arrington opened the second day of The Future of Web Apps Summit with his picks of Web 2.0 winners and losers and gives advice to wouldbe startups.  He also announced the next blog in the TechCrunch family, which will cover enterprise products.
Kind-of-liveblogging a kind-of-speech: Taunting Michael Arrington …
Discussion: FactoryCity and ALLIED
Jill Goldsmith / Variety:
Rupe looks to release bird  —  Murdoch considering DirecTV sale to Liberty  —  In a splattering blow to the satellite biz, Rupert Murdoch supposedly dubbed DirecTV a "turd bird" and is considering selling News Corp.'s controlling stake to Liberty Media.  —  FCC chairman Kevin Martin …
Discussion: Lost Remote
Ryan Saghir / Orbitcast:
Delphi SkyFi3 XM Satellite Radio: FOUND!  —  While XM Satellite Radio hasn't officially announced the new Delphi SkyFi3 it seems that the peeps over at JJI Electronics have a pre-order page up already with some very juicy info and pics.  Here's the info that we know so far:
Discussion: Gizmodo and Engadget
Nathan Weinberg / InsideGoogle:
GOOGLE PERSONALIZED HOMEPAGE GETS TABS, JUST LIKE LIVE.COM  —  Google pulls a trick out of Microsoft's bag (a logical one, to be fair), and adds tabs to the personalized homepage.  Here are the tabs as I see them right now on my IG in Opera:  —  With no extra tabs:  —  With tabs:
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Netvibes Five Million Users & Counting  —  The upside of conferences such as The Future of Web Apps confab (currently underway in San Francisco) is that you run into folks you never expect.  Today, I ran into Tariq Krim, chief executive officer and founder of Paris-based Netvibes.
Discussion: Read/WriteWeb
Nik Cubrilovic / TechCrunch:
The Sexy Sonos-Rhapsody Lovechild  —  Sonos today announced that the latest version of their home music devices now support streaming music from Rhapsody.  We have previously written about Sonos and a couple of weeks ago we spent some time with the two founders of the company talking …
Discussion: Listening Post and Kevin Maney
Saul Hansell / New York Times:
AOL Vice Chairman to Give Up Division Presidency at Year-End  —  Ted Leonsis, the boisterous entrepreneur turned sports mogul who has been a top leader of AOL for 13 years, will give up his management responsibilities at the end of the year.  —  Mr. Leonsis will give up the title of president …
Kate Kaye / ClickZ:
Yahoo Throws Down Classifieds Gauntlet with New Division  —  As local search, online classifieds, and Web business directories continue what seems to be an inevitable merger, Yahoo has planted a stake firmly at the crossroads.  The firm announced today a new classifieds and listings division …
Joris Evers / CNET
Spam fighter hit with $11 million judgment  —  The manager of a popular blacklist used to block spam was hit with a multimillion-dollar judgment on Wednesday, but the order may not be enforceable.  —  The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois has ordered Spamhaus …
Discussion: Techdirt and Slashdot
Anne Broache / CNET
Behind Google's German courtroom battle  —  Google's free Web e-mail offering may be available for correspondence in 40 languages, but efforts at worldwide expansion using the moniker "Gmail" continue to face complications.  —  Last October, the search giant grabbed headlines …
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Paul Miller / Engadget:
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Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
Microsoft sued over Xbox Live
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Commercials Find New Life on Web
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Paul Miller / Engadget:
New Slingbox A/V unveiled by FCC!
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Business Wire:
Yahoo! Announces Availability of New Yahoo! Mail Beta to Users …
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Chris Kohler / Game|Life:
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