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12:10 PM ET, March 29, 2007

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Yahoo! Developer Network blog:
Introducing the Yahoo! Mail Web Service  —  At Yahoo!, we pride ourselves on helping people around the world (over 500 million of them!) connect and communicate with each other using the vast array of communications platforms we offer.  Of those platforms, the most popular is Yahoo! Mail …
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Alex Iskold / Read/WriteWeb:
ETech: Big Company Hacks at Yahoo
Larry Larsen / Channel 10:
EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: New mobile web browser - Deepfish!  —  Sorry to quash the irrational exuberance of suspected Zune and Halo 3 announcements, but this one is still big and you're getting it early.  There's a new web browser in town for Windows Mobile fans that goes by the name Deepfish.
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Kate Kaye / ClickZ:
DoubleClick Sale Could Risk Publisher Exodus  —  The stale world of online ad serving just got interesting again, as a possible acquisition of ad management firm DoubleClick was floated yesterday.  According to the Wall Street Journal, Microsoft or another buyer may grab the ad serving colossus soon.
Discussion: HipMojo.com and paidContent.org
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Don Dodge / Don Dodge on The Next Big Thing:
Should Microsoft buy DoubleClick? Better double think that one
Bloomberg:
Microsoft in Talks to Buy DoubleClick, Journal Says (Update1)
Discussion: Digital Destiny
David Kirkpatrick / Fortune:
The biggest Web site you've never heard of  —  Photobucket has 38 million members, but unless you use MySpace or Facebook, you might not know them.  Fortune's David Kirkpatrick provides a snapshot of the Web's hottest photo site.  —  NEW YORK (Fortune) — Photobucket is the most important site …
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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
How Much Is Photobucket Worth?  —  Silicon Valley/Colorado based photo and video sharing site Photobucket has 36 million registered users and adds another 85,000 per day.  If the growth rate continues, they'll have 60 million users by the end of the year.  More users visit Photobucket each month - 17 million, than Facebook.
Discussion: The Browser
Find a Notebook, Desktop, Server …:
Dell to Expand Linux Factory Installed Options  —  Since launching Dell IdeaStorm a little more than a month ago, one idea has risen to and stayed at the top: better support for Linux.  We have heard you and appreciate the direct feedback.  On March 13, we responded by launching …
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Direct2Dell:
Linux: Driver Support is Key  —  We received over 500 comments to my last post about expanding Linux onto more of the Dell product line.  As noted on IdeaStorm, we're working on it.  —  A few trends emerged from the comments and I want to address them directly in this and future posts.
Discussion: WebProNews
BBC:
US 'no longer technology king'  —  The US has lost its position as the world's primary engine of technology innovation, according to a report by the World Economic Forum.  —  The US is now ranked seventh in the body's league table measuring the impact of technology on the development of nations.
Miguel Helft / New York Times:
Searching for Ads Offline  —  If there was any doubt about the scope of Google's ambitions in the advertising world, one of its recent job postings should dispel them: It seeks a "head of national TV sales" to help build "a world-class national TV advertising sales team."  —  Then there is radio.
Liz Gannes / NewTeeVee:
Eisner: The Web Doesn't Change Content  —  Michael Eisner has demonstrated more than the idle curiosity or knee-jerk distrust in online video one might expect from a man with a long career of high-profile executive roles at ABC, Paramount Pictures, and Disney.
Discussion: Variety and Mashable!
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Matthew Garrahan / Financial Times:
MySpace, Eisner in online video deal
Discussion: BloggingStocks and paidContent.org
Ipp / Tutorial Ninjas:
Apple vs Apple TV Mod'rs  —  Several of us over in the Awkward TV IRC(l0rdr0ck, myself, and others) have had our Mod'd Apple TV's played with over night(SSH/VNC disabled), our guess is apple has started to fight back the mod'd Apple TV's.  This is a warning to all of you to block your Apple TV …
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Ben Drawbaugh / Engadget:
Apple fights back against Apple TV hacks?
Discussion: Digital World
Intel:
Intel Details Upcoming New Processor Generations  —  Marking the next step in Intel's "tick-tock" product strategy and cadence to deliver a new process technology with an enhanced microarchitecture or entirely new microarchitecture every year, Intel Corporation will begin producing …
Discussion: MacSlash
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Nokia:
Nokia 5700 XpressMusic: Adding a new twist to mobile music  —  3G Smartphone can download and play tracks from range of Internet music stores  —  Espoo, Finland - Today, Nokia revealed the Nokia 5700 XpressMusic, an accessible 3G smartphone augmented by a dedicated audio chip for enhanced music performance.
BBC:
Web ad spend overtakes newspapers  —  Spending on UK internet advertising surged in 2006, overtaking newspaper ads for the first time, a report says.  —  Online advertising expenditure jumped 41.2% to £2.01bn during the year, the report by the Internet Advertising Bureau and PricewaterhouseCoopers said.
Kristen Nicole / Mashable!:
MOG Launches MOG TV, Plus a Whole Lot More  —  Editors note: geez Business 2.0, does nobody obey embargoes anymore?  No linky for you!  —  MOG, the music discovery and sharing social network, is coming out of beta on Thursday.  They've got some huge announcements to go along with this, most importantly, their MOG TV feature.
Wilson Rothman / New York Times:
A Radio Station Just for You  —  FOR all the talk about satellite radio, the most vibrant frontier in radio may be the Web.  Many traditional AM and FM stations have begun streaming on the Internet, along with hundreds of smaller online-only operators.  Even subscription download services like Napster …
Discussion: CCUCEO
John C. Dvorak / MarketWatch:
Apple should pull the plug on the iPhone  —  BERKELEY (MarketWatch) — The hype over the unreleased iPhone has actually increased over the past month despite the fact that nobody has seen or used the device.  This, if nothing else, proves the power of branding and especially the power of brand loyalty.
Discussion: Engadget and Michael Gartenberg
Garett Rogers / Googling Google:
Google Notebook leaves beta, gets new interface  —  Google Notebook was previously a "Google Labs" project, but it has left that phase to become an official service without the familiar "beta" label.  Though the interface isn't extremely different, it has been nicely polished and finally looks like a finished product.
 
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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Redefining The Tag  —  The basic format for embedding images …
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Nokia:
Nokia brings bold style of the L'Amour Collection to CDMA markets worldwide
Discussion: Gizmodo and Newlaunches.com
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