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9:40 AM ET, May 24, 2007

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Duncan Riley / TechCrunch:
Adsense For Video, Google Still Lagging  —  Google has announced a closed beta test of Adsense for Video.  —  According to the post on Inside Adsense, Adsense for Video consists of "in-stream" advertisements.  Publishers define at what point the advertisements will appear for each video.
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Karen / Official Google Blog:
Search without boundaries  —  Posted by Franz Och, Research Scientist; Maureen Heymans, Software Engineer; and Jeff Chin, International Product Manager  —  One of our goals at Google is to provide access to all the world's information.  A big obstacle for that is the language barrier.
Agence France Presse:
Google launches search translation service
Discussion: Profy.Com
Direct2Dell:
Dell Offers Three Consumer Systems With Ubuntu 7.04  —  It's finally here.  Later today, Dell will offer U.S customers three different systems with Ubuntu 7.04 installed: the XPS 410n and Dimension E520n desktops and the Inspiron E1505n notebook.  These systems will be available at www.dell.com/open by 4pm CST today.
Networking Stocks on Seeking Alpha:
Network Appliance F4Q07 (Qtr End 4/30/07) Earnings Call Transcript  —  Executives  —  Analysts  —  Brent Bracelin - Pacific Crest Securities  —  Presentation  —  Operator  —  Good day, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the Fourth Quarter Network Appliance Earnings Conference Call.
Discussion: Tech Trader Daily
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Sarah McBride / Wall Street Journal:
Make-It-Yourself 'Star Wars'  —  Lucasfilm Will Post Clips  —  From Film Saga on the Web,  —  Inviting Fans to Edit at Will  —  George Lucas, creator of "Star Wars," has never hesitated to protect his intellectual property, which is why some call him "Lucas the Litigator."
Kristen Nicole / Mashable!:
WeFi Finds Friends from Their WiFi  —  WeFi is a recently launched service that will find WiFi spots and connect you with other users using WeFi as well.  —  WeFi is a downloadable service that shows up much like an instant messaging window.  Here you can see what WiFi connections are in your vicinity …
Discussion: alarm:clock and Techscape
Jeremy Kirk / InfoWorld:
Copying HD DVD and Blu-ray discs may become legal  —  San Francisco (IDGNS) - Under a licensing agreement in its final stages, consumers may get the right to make several legal copies of HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc movies they've purchased, a concession by the movie industry that may quell criticism that DRM …
Discussion: Gadget Lab and CrunchGear
Victor Keegan / Guardian:
No such thing as a free download  —  It is difficult to grasp how successful the mobile phone industry has become.  People think of it as a sideshow compared to the internet, yet in terms of revenues generated from content, it is already far bigger.  Revenues from the web are about $25bn …
Electronic Frontier Foundation:
Novell and EFF Team Up to Reform Software Patents  —  Organizations Will Jointly Lobby Governments and International Organizations  —  Novell to Support EFF 'Patent Busting' Initiative  —  San Francisco (Open Source Business Conference) - Novell and the Electronic Frontier Foundation …
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Stephen Shankland / CNET News.com:
Novell to detail Microsoft patent pact
Discussion: Linux-Watch.com
John R. Quain / New York Times:
Basics: Cellphone Banking Is Coming of Age  —  YOU'RE starting a two-week vacation far from home when you suddenly realize you left the mortgage payment on the kitchen table instead of mailing it on the way to the airport.  Or perhaps you're standing in the checkout line of a store …
Nilay Patel / Engadget:
Apple to drop new Macbooks and iMacs at WWDC?  —  While we know for sure that Steve is going to show off a "feature-complete" version of Leopard at this year's WWDC, and we wouldn't be surprised if the iPhone got some quality time on stage as well, we haven't really heard anything solid …
Discussion: Cult of Mac and Ars Technica
Sony:
SONY DELIVERS BIG SOUND IN MICRO HOME THEATER SYSTEM  —  Delivering big sound in a small package, Sony today introduced the DAV-IS10 micro home theater system.  —  The 5.1 channel home-theater-in-a-box system features five tiny speakers - each about the size of a golf ball.
Discussion: Engadget, Gizmodo and CrunchGear
John Biggs / New York Times:
Hard Drive Shifts Movie Viewing From the Desk to the Couch  —  Watching digital movies stored on a computer's hard drive on a TV set is still a relatively new idea, which is why hybrid products like the TrekStor MovieStation maxi t.u are popping up.  This external hard drive with a built …
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft:
Google is failing the Microsoft litmus test  —  If you want to evaluate the "evil" quotient of any company's strategy/behavior, consider how you'd feel about it if it were Microsoft in the driver seat.  —  Robert McLaws of Windows-Now.com fame reminded me of my "Is Google evil?" litmus test in his post, "Google: The New Big Brother."
NOVELL: Worldwide:
Novell Reports Completion of Independent Stock-Based Compensation Review  —  Novell, Inc. today announced it has completed its self-initiated, voluntary review of the company's historical stock-based compensation practices and determined the related accounting impact.
Business Wire:
Jangl Upgrades a Billion Phones Instantly, Adds Ability to Call Anyone Online, Worldwide, Anytime  —  Jangl Assigns a Phone Number to Every Email Address on the Internet  —  PLEASANTON, Calif.—(BUSINESS WIRE)—Know someone online you'd like to talk to on the phone, but don't have their phone number - or don't want to give them yours?
Eric Bangeman / Ars Technica:
Vista no panacea for PC sales  —  Although Microsoft has characterized itself as happy with Vista adoption so far—and Bill Gates said last week at WinHEC that Microsoft had shipped 40 million copies—the release of the new operating system has not resulted in a significant bump in PC sales.
Discussion: Neowin.net
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Amit Agarwal / Digital Inspiration:
Windows XP SP3 in the Works - Microsoft Confirms
David Lenehan / Read/WriteWeb:
The OpenCoffee Club Movement  —  The OpenCoffee Club is "a place for people who love startups to hang out and meet" according to their recently launched social site on Ning.com.  From Cork to Capetown, Seattle to Sydney, and Paris to Palo Alto, people are getting together on a weekly basis …
Discussion: Argolon
 
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Steven Musil / CNET News.com:
Wal-Mart to begin selling Dell PCs
Discussion: Between the Lines
Dave Winer / Scripting News:
What is Web 3.0?  —  My talk went well, and I did talk briefly …
Brian Krebs / Security Fix:
Cyber Crooks Hijack Activities of Large Web-Hosting Firm
Discussion: E-Media Tidbits
Casey / The Channel Checkers:
iPhone Waiting Lists Grow; Manufacturing Glitch Slows iPhone Production.
Discussion: Computerworld and Ars Technica
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Medill offers journalism scholarships to programmer/developers
Donald Bell / CNET News.com:
Robots make you rich  —  We've seen the robots that mow your lawn …
Discussion: Ubergizmo
Lore Sjöberg / Wired News:
Let's Make Website Mashups, Like Netflickr, Figg and BoingPress
Discussion: digg
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Rafat Ali / paidContent.org:
Bud.tv May Close Down Later This Year
David Pogue / New York Times:
State of the Art: How to Make Your Cellphone Act Like a BlackBerry
Discussion: Alec Saunders .LOG
Georges Yared / Apple Inc (AAPL): BloggingStocks:
Apple will be bigger than IBM
btplc.com:
BT and Sony to offer advanced communications for the PSP
Anoop Gantayat / IGN:
No FFXIII This Year  —  Just in case you were still hoping.
Market Wire:
Local.com Introduces Local Mobile(TM)
Discussion: Kelsey Group Blogs
Robert McMillan / InfoWorld:
GPL author: Google must share code