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1:00 AM ET, September 19, 2006

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Marshall Kirkpatrick / TechCrunch:
Google Video could be headed to Apple's iTV  —  Google is reportedly in talks with Apple to allow users of the forthcoming Apple iTV set top box to view files from Google Video on their televisions.  —  The iTV was announced at Apple's "It's Showtime" event last week.
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Newsweek Columnists:
Make Room on the Couch for Steve  —  Our computers have become great media devices for songs, pictures and now TV and movies.  —  Newsweek  —  Steve Jobs's talk last week was nearing an end and coming dangerously close to a letdown.  The stuff he introduced—a freshening-up of the iPod line …
BBC:
Google and Apple 'in video talks'  —  Technology giants Google and Apple are in discussions over video content for the computer firm's recently announced iTV device, say reports.  —  US magazine Newsweek reports that Google is talking to Apple about supplying video clips for the player.
Discussion: digg
Valleywag:
Scoop: Apple is about to break big into ad sales
David Carr / New York Times:
Contemplating Time Warner Without Time  —  COVER an industry, any industry, long enough and you will learn that the sky is always falling.  Morale has never been lower, competition is beyond the pale, and the customers have lost their minds.  Nowhere has the drumbeat been more persistent than in publishing.
Discussion: Dan Blank and paidContent.org
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Jeff Jarvis / BuzzMachine:
Out of Time  —  David Carr imagines Time Warner without Time Inc. The old magazines are a drag on corporate performance.  They have not managed to start new successes.  They've started selling off their lesser titles.  Can a sale of the publishing division be next?  Sure, it can.
Intel:
Intel, UC Santa Barbara Develop World's First Hybrid Silicon Laser  —  Chip that Emits and Guides Light Could Drive Silicon Photonics Into Wide Use in Future Computers and Data Centers  —  Researchers from Intel Corporation and the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) …
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Kurt Shintaku's Blog:
BETA: "Warhol" is coming!  —  "Warhol", is going to be released as MSN Soapbox.  It's been in the press for a while and if you don't know what Warhol or Soapbox is, just do a Live Search on it.  —  I've been working with Warhol for the past couple of months and I really like it.
Discussion: Mashable!, GigaOM and LiveSide
Michael Geist / Michael Geist's Blog:
30 Days of DRM: 30 Things You Can Do  —  The House of Commons is back in session and, as I promised last month, the 30 Days of DRM project has now concluded.  The postings remain accessible via the 30 Days of DRM page, the wiki, and a new PDF version that incorporates all postings into a single document.
Discussion: Boing Boing and digg
Wendy Boswell / Lifehacker:
Technophilia: 15 ways to get more out of Pandora  —  There's just so much you can do with music discovery engine Pandora: create your own personalized radio stations, find new, original music and share your stations with friends, just to list a few.  But listening to Pandora can be a drag on your system …
Discussion: Uninnovate, jkOnTheRun and digg
Anything But iPod:
RealNetworks & SanDisk Team Up to Release the Sansa Rhapsody  —  In a move that further fragments the DRM market space, RealNetworks and SanDisk will release a version of the e200 series, dubbed the Sansa Rhapsody.  This player will be identical to the e200 series but will come preloaded …
chartreuse:
Why Paris Hilton Is Famous (Or Understanding Value In A Post-Madonna World)  —  I'm amused by Paris Hilton.  —  If Madonna was Marketing 1.0 then Paris Hilton is Marketing 2.0.  —  She's a real life version of what value is and how it is created today.  —  Every web developer should pay attention to her.
Discussion: Business Filter and digg
Muhammad Saleem / The Mu Life:
An In-Depth Look at Netscape vs. Digg-Part 5  —  The Digg community is often criticized as being immature, especially when compared to the Slashdot community.  Before we can compare the Digg community with the Netscape community, let's look at one of the main differences between the two.
Hard Reg / The Register:
TDK samples 32GB Flash disk  —  TDK has followed Samsung and launched a hard drive replacement based on NAND Flash memory.  The product, which is currently available in sample quantities, was announced by the company last week.  —  The 32GB unit hooks up to the host across a standard IDE connector …
Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica:
iPod nano (second-generation)  —  Return of the iPod mini?  —  iPod nano  —  Manufacturer: Apple (product page)  —  System requirements: Macintosh computer running Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later, USB 2.0 port; Windows PC running Windows 2000 SP4 or Windows XP SP2, USB 2.0 port; iTunes 7.0
Discussion: The Digital Music Weblog and digg
Paul Miller / Engadget:
Wal-Mart leaks Zune price — $284?  —  Thanks to some vigilant Wal-Mart watching by a friendly tipster, we've got a good idea as to the Zune pricetag, though we're still no closer to a specific launch date.  By the time we got to the Zune's product page, the pricing info had been removed …
 
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Silicon Valley loses its sheen
Michael Liedtke / Associated Press:
Yahoo Inc. defending its Internet turf
Discussion: Screenwerk and paidContent.org
Stan Beer / ITWire:
Universal Studios boss deals Blu-ray death blow
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