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6:00 PM ET, March 19, 2007

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Pete Cashmore / Mashable!:
YouTube Video Awards  —  YouTube will announce on Monday the launch of "YouTube Video Awards" - a late attempt to honor the best-user generated videos of 2006.  The seven categories are Most Inspirational, Most Creative, Best Series, Best Comedy, Musician of the Year, Best Commentary and "Most Adorable Video Ever."
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Robert Scoble / Scobleizer:
YouTube copies Vloggies  —  Ahh, YouTube is coming late to the video awards show game.  Mashable is saying that tomorrow YouTube will announce its own online video contest.  Destined to be very popular, I'm sure.  —  Glad to see we're six months ahead of YouTube (not that it'll matter much …
Associated Press:
And the YouTube award goes to...  NEW YORK (AP) — Lonelygirl15, OK Go and other YouTube sensations will get an opportunity to walk down a virtual red carpet.  —  The video-sharing Web site announced Monday that it will hold the first YouTube Video Awards to recognize the best-user created videos of 2006.
Eric Auchard / Reuters:
YouTube to present video awards
Discussion: NewTeeVee and The Social Web
Katie Marsal / AppleInsider:
Apple TV said to be worthy of overtaking both TiVo and Netflix  —  Although AppleTV has ceded the limelight to iPhone and similarly been overshadowed by the buzz preceding the launch of Leopard, it could prove to be as disruptive to legacy video purchase-and-consumption behavior as the iPod …
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CNN:
First Apple TV Units Could Be In Stores Within A Few Days  —  Mar. 16, 2007 (Investor's Business Daily) —  Apple is poised to make its first major pitch to couch potatoes with the release of a video-streaming set-top box for the television.  —  Industry sources say the Cupertino …
Discussion: Tech Trader Daily
Ian Murdock / Ian Murdock's Weblog:
Joining Sun  —  I saw my first Sun workstation about 15 years ago, in 1992.  I was a business student at Purdue University, and a childhood love for computers had just been reawakened.  I was spending countless hours in the basement of the Math building, basking in the green phosphorescent glow …
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Simon Phipps / Simon Phipps, SunMink:
Charting the Next 25 Years
Discussion: Berlind's Testbed and digg
John Markoff / New York Times:
Researchers Track Down a Plague of Fake Web Pages  —  Tens of thousands of junk Web pages, created only to lure search-engine users to advertisements, are proliferating like billboards strung along freeways.  Now Microsoft researchers say they have traced the companies and techniques behind them.
Ryan Stewart / The Universal Desktop:
Microsoft, Adobe, and rich versus reach  —  With the alpha release of Apollo, all the pieces are on the table and developers can start to experiment with the platforms from Adobe and Microsoft, arguably the two biggest players in the RIA-technology space (as opposed to RIA-solutions themselves).
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Mike Blumenthal / Search Engine Land:
Tell Me: Is Microsoft Shadow Boxing in Mobile Directory Assistance?  —  The recent acquisition of TellMe by Microsoft, piqued my interest in the free voice driven directory assistance service, 520-Find and the possible role that Google plays in the service.  Mobile directory assistance …
Discussion: Screenwerk
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Dawn Kawamoto / CNET News.com:
Report: U.S. most prolific source of online attacks  —  U.S. networks pumped out the highest percentage of attacks during the second half of last year, with China running a distant second, according to a report released Monday by security firm Symantec.  —  The U.S. accounted for 31 percent …
Discussion: TechSpot and Today @ PC World
Michael Kanellos / CNET News.com:
Fujitsu adopts flash memory for new tablets  —  Tablet PCs probably get dropped more than other computers, so Fujitsu has created two machines that store data by using flash memory rather than traditional hard drives.  —  The LifeBook P1610 and LifeBookB6210 are now available with either 16GB or 32GB flash drives.
Brandon Hill / DailyTech:
Wal-Mart to Rate Electronics Suppliers on Environmental Sustainability  —  Wal-Mart to start new initiative aimed at conserving natural resources and protecting the environment  —  It seems as though cities, countries and companies alike are looking to do their part when it comes …
Discussion: Neowin.net and Fast Company Now
Brian Krebs / Security Fix:
Stolen Identities Sold Cheap on the Black Market  —  Recovering from identity theft can take years and cost thousands of dollars.  But how much is your identity worth to the thieves who sell it to other fraudsters?  Turns out, less than the price of two tickets to the movies.
Robert Levine / New York Times:
A Fee Per Song Can Ruin Us, Internet Radio Companies Say  —  New-media companies and record labels are feuding again.  But this time, it is the digital companies that warn they may be driven out of business.  —  Several Internet radio companies are arguing that a recent decision …
Rafat Ali / PaidContent:
Comcast Unhappy With Google On Search Deal; Talking To MSN; Other Ad Inventory Talks  —  Comcast, the second largest broadband ISP in U.S., is in talks to use Microsoft's search services on its broadband portal, a sign the cable titan isn't happy about its current search deal with Google, reports WSJ, citing sources.
Google:
Google announces partnership with Rwandan Government and Kenya Education Network to provide free communications applications  —  Mountain View, Calif., Kigali, Rwanda and Nairobi, Kenya, March 19, 2007 — Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) today announced separate partnerships with the Rwandan Ministry …
 
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Kevin J. O'Brien / International Herald Tribune:
Magazine publishers see future, but no profit, in shift to Internet
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Blake Robinson / TechCrunch:
SXSW Showdown: Dodgeball Vs. Twitter
Discussion: Screenwerk and Lost Remote
Alex Iskold / Read/WriteWeb:
Web 3.0: When Web Sites Become Web Services
Eric Bangeman / Ars Technica:
EU may force single mobile TV standard on cellular carriers
Brad Stone / New York Times:
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John Battelle / John Battelle's Searchblog:
BALLMER ON GOOGLE - UH OH
Thomas Ricker / Engadget:
Toshiba's gigabeat U gets social with FM transmitter
Discussion: Orbitcast and Mobility Site
Victoria Shannon / New York Times:
Lycos, Early Search Engine, in a U.S. Remake as Jubii
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Is VoIP an Excuse for Bad Voice Quality?
Discussion: VoIP Watch
Jeremyliew / Lightspeed Venture Partners Blog:
Time Rich or Time Poor?  —  Broadly speaking, there are two types …