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3:35 AM ET, June 18, 2007

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Bonnie Cha / CNET News.com:
Sprint Mogul by HTC officially unveiled  —  Man, if I were a Sprint or Verizon Wireless customer, I wouldn't be the happiest camper in the world.  After all, the CDMA faithful have had to sit back and watch for the past few months, while their GSM counterparts at T-Mobile and AT&T got one new smart phone after another.
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John Biggs / CrunchGear:
Sprint Mogul: Like the Wing for the Sprint Kids  —  Sprint just announced ad CDMA/EV-DO version of T-Mobile's Wing, the HTC Mogul AKA "Da Mogul."  This slide-out smartphone runs Windows Mobile 6 and includes a 512MB memory card, a 2-megapixel camera with flash, and supports full EV-DO Rev. 0 data speeds.
Nokia:
Nokia introduces three versatile mobile phones targeted to mid-range market  —  Nokia 6267, Nokia 3500 classic and Nokia 6121 classic make advanced technology brilliantly simple  —  Singapore - Today, during its annual Nokia Connection event in Singapore, Nokia expanded its portfolio of affordable …
John Markoff / New York Times:
Another Attempt to Match Readers and Relevant News  —  Ian Clarke was a 23-year-old computer scientist living in Scotland in 2000 when he started a global controversy by deploying an online system called Freenet.  The system was intended to make it possible to share information anonymously …
Dave Winer / Scripting News:
It's time to open up networking, again  —  Last week I had a meeting with a serial entrepreneur who's working on a new company whose product is a calendar for social networks, or a social network of calendars, depending on which thread you pick up.  It's basically a good idea, a no-brainer …
Jon Udell:
How do I know this person?  Through the Web!  —  Like other social applications, Facebook wants to know how you're connected to people.  So it asks: "How do you know this person?" and presents these choices:  —  The choice I usually want — "Through the Web" — isn't available.
Discussion: The Obvious?, ALLIED and Gadgetopia
Duncan Riley / TechCrunch:
WeFi: An Easier Way Of Finding WiFi  —  WeFi is aiming to deliver a better outside internet experience by making WiFi as easy to use as a cell phone.  —  WeFi was founded 18 months ago by Yossi Vardi, (formerly with ICQ), Arnon Kohavi and Shimon Scherzer.  The company is headquartered …
John Heilemann / New York Magazine:
Steve Jobs in a Box  —  It's a stunning box, a wizard object with a passel of amazing features (It's a phone!  An iPod!  A Web browser!).  But for all its marvels, the iPhone inaugurates a dangerous new era for Jobs.  Has he peaked?  —  H  —  e saunters out onstage, and the first thing you think is, man, Steve Jobs looks old.
Discussion: paidContent.org
Mark Shuttleworth:
No negotiations with Microsoft in progress  —  There's a rumour circulating that Ubuntu is in discussions with Microsoft aimed at an agreement along the lines they have concluded recently with Linspire, Xandros, Novell etc.  Unfortunately, some speculation in the media (thoroughly …
Microsoft:
Microsoft Mediaroom IPTV and Multimedia Platform Debuts at NXTcomm  —  Latest update to award-winning IPTV platform includes exciting connected entertainment features; new ingredient brand to support service provider marketing activities.  —  Microsoft Corp. today announced the availability …
Matt Marshall / VentureBeat:
Glam surges to No. 1 women's property, overtakes iVillage  —  Glam Media, the Brisbane, Calif. network of women's online lifestyle, fashion and other blogs, said it has overtaken iVillage to become the number one women's Web property.  —  It is also the fastest growing of the top 100 U.S. Web sites …
Discussion: Mashable! and Susan Mernit's Blog
Daisuke Wakabayashi / Reuters:
Microsoft launches new-look MSN for mobile phones  —  SEATTLE (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp. launched a redesigned MSN portal optimized for mobile phones on Sunday, stepping up its offering at a time when more powerful devices increase the demand for richer content on handsets.
Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica:
A review of wearable video displays for the iPod  —  Watch where you're going  —  As people travel more with their iPods, they continue to look for new ways to consume their iPods' contents.  It's not unheard of these days to catch someone on a planes, trains, or automobiles (on the passenger side …
Christian / Foursprung:
Apple: Building GPS navigation for Mercedes!  —  According to German magazine "Focus" Apple is working on a navigation system for cars.  At the start in 2009, it will be exclusively available from Mercedes, but 6 months later the other vendors are allowed to follow.
Sarah McBride / Wall Street Journal:
Internet Radio Races To Break Free of the PC  —  In January, a recreational vehicle in remote West Texas suddenly started blasting the Steve Miller Band's "Space Cowboy."  It was a triumphant moment for Slacker Inc., a start-up trying to move Internet radio out of the computer and into the car.
Wagner James Au / GigaOM:
Has World of Warcraft (Finally) Hit a Plateau?  —  After 32 months of continual growth, the largest MMO in the world may, at long last, be peaking.  —  That's my conclusion, at least, looking at the latest stats from WarcraftRealms.com, a large fansite which tracks and analyzes population statistics and demographics for Warcraft.
Discussion: broadstuff, Scobleizer and Blonde 2.0
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Steven Levy / Newsweek:
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Miriam Hill / philly.com:
Time for Wi-Fi to sink or sync
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile:
Dude, would you like a Nokia with that Dell?