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12:10 AM ET, March 2, 2007

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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Digg Should Sue Wired  —  Wired Magazine seems hell bent on convincing the world that Digg is falling apart.  I have a problem with that because Wired Magazine's parent company, Condé Nast, owns Digg competitor Reddit.  And because Wired isn't just reporting Digg news …
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Annalee Newitz / Wired News:
I Bought Votes on Digg  —  It was Tuesday, 1:22 a.m. on the West Coast, and influential news recommendation site Digg was hopping.  A new story about a blog dedicated to showing photographs of crowds had just gotten enough diggs to make the "popular" list on the tech/design page, and several people were commenting on it.
Stan Schroeder / franticindustries:
Wired is going too far against Digg  —  I agree with Mike at TechCrunch wholeheartedly over the fact that Wired is going way too far in their negativity towards Digg.  —  Wired is owned by Condé Nast, a company that also owns Digg's competitor Reddit.
Annalee Newitz / Wired News:
Herding the Mob … John and Nina Swanson run a business selling …
Discussion: Hacking NetFlix
Kotaku:
Sony Blackballs Kotaku  —  Earlier today we posted a rumor story on the site about a possible announcement of a new technology coming to Sony's Playstation 3.  —  The Playstation Home, we reported, would be an intriguing blending of the Mii and achievements, allowing gamers to create …
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Kotaku:
Rumor: Sony To Unveil PlayStation Home  —  We just received a very interesting tip that, while juicy and quite believable, we're labeling as rumor for now.  As you are probably well aware, GDC executive director Jamil Moledina set Sony's Phil Harrison up for the spike yesterday …
Ludwig Kietzmann / Joystiq:
Sony blackballs Kotaku for rumor report [update 1]
Discussion: Gizmodo and digg
Kotaku:
Sony and Kotaku Make-Up
Discussion: Gizmodo, Game | Life and digg
Windows portal:
Vista Brute Force Keygen  —  Thanks to Computer User to report this way and to Snooza to prepare the pack!  This method is a brute force attempt at determining a usable key.  —  This has been reported to work!......look at the following user comments!!!  —  zapp2 wrote: This WORKS WORKS WORKS WORKS WORKS WORKS WORKS
Discussion: Inquirer and Neowin.net
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Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0:   Windows Vista activation cracked by brute force
James Kendrick / jkOnTheRun:
Wizzard Media acquires Libsyn  —  An announcement was made by Wizzard Media that will impact thousands of podcasters like us MobileTechRoundupers.  The company announced it has acquired Liberated Syndication, known to podcasters as Libsyn.  The Wizzard announcement states their intent …
Discussion: Mashable!
Nicole / Inside Windows Live Messenger:
The i'm Initiative and new secret emoticon  —  The i'm Initiative is the most exciting piece of news I have had to share with Messenger users since I started working on Messenger over 3 years ago and there has been tons of exciting news over the last 3 years.
Peter / The Local Onliner:
It's Official: CitySearch Buys InsiderPages  —  My sources got it right and IAC's CitySearch is the company that ended up with InsiderPages.  Dinesh Moorjani, CitySearch's new VP of strategy and corporate development, says that CitySearch will incorporate Insider's 600,000 reviews from 30 markets into its sites.
Discussion: Digital Markets and rev2.org
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Somasegar / Somasegar's WebLog:
Beginner Developer Learning Center launched  —  Today, we launched the Beginner Developer Learning Center (BDLC) - a centralized learning environment specifically targeted at beginning programmers.  —  Since we released the Microsoft Visual Studio Express Editions, we have had over 10 million downloads of the same.
Inside AdWords:
Invalid Clicks - Google's Overall Numbers  —  Over the past year, we've been working hard to share more information about how we protect you against click fraud.  Last July, the invalid clicks report was released to provide you with the number of invalid clicks we detect (and don't charge for) in each individual account.
Rick Merritt / EE Times:
AMD tips quad-core performance  —  SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — Advanced Micro Devices upcoming Barcelona processor will sport floating-point performance 42 percent higher than Intel's current top-of-the line CPU, the Xeon X5355 also known as Clovertown.  —  The news marked the first performance numbers AMD …
Discussion: The Tech Report and TechSpot News
Mike Butcher / Vecosys:
Startups squint into the daylight at first OpenCoffee  —  Katie, manager of the Starbucks inside the Esprit shop London's Regent Street, had something of a shock today as almost 100 technology entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, angel investors, journalists and geeks created a virtual 'denial …
Discussion: localglo.be, broadstuff and LEWIS 360°
Gregg Keizer / Macworld:
CompUSA to shutter more than half its stores  —  CompUSA will close more than half of its retail computer and electronics stores in the next two to three months.  —  In a statement Tuesday, CompUSA said it would shutter 126 stores — it currently operates 225 in the U.S. and Puerto Rico …
Matt Asay / Open Sources:
More on what constitutes an open source company  —  So, now Alison has chimed in on what constitutes an open source company, taking the position that EnterpriseDB is emphatically so: … Let's be clear: EnterpriseDB's business is in selling proprietary extensions to PostgreSQL.  Period.
Katie Marsal / AppleInsider:
Mac sales growth up over 100 percent in January, says firm  —  Sales of Apple Inc.'s Mac line of personal computers saw year-over-year growth accelerate over 100 percent during the month of January, with revenue growth rising even further, according to Pacific Crest Securities.
Discussion: Macsimum News and digg
 
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Donald Melanson / Engadget:
Zune hacked for DivX support (sorta)
The Age:
Australian state bans YouTube from schools to curb bullying
USA Today:
New USATODAY.com ready to launch
John Murrell / Good Morning Silicon Valley:
IdeaStorm injures scores at Dell — "sounded like a freight train"
Discussion: Blogging Stocks and Memex 1.1
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0:
Lenovo recalls 205,000 notebook batteries
Owen Thomas / Business 2.0 Beta:
Dell Ain't Talking  —  Don't expect to hear a defense …
Discussion: Dell and Between the Lines
 Earlier Items: 
Garrett French / Search Engine Journal:
The Why, How and Who of Marketing in StumbleUpon
Roberto Baldwin / GamePro.com:
Feature: Xbox Resurrection: 6 Uses For Your Old Xbox
Discussion: Game | Life, Joystiq and digg
Chris Ziegler / Engadget:
Windows Mobile 6 review roundup
Gizmodo:
Helio Turns Up the Heat with Digg-Touting Samsung Slider
USA Today:
AT&T slows 'Lightspeed' release goals
Heather Hopkins / Hitwise UK:
Social Networks Can Drive Traffic - Case Study of ASOS and TopShop
Discussion: Clickinfluence
Eric Bangeman / Ars Technica:
RIAA slams FAIR USE Act