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11:45 AM ET, October 23, 2007

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Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
OiNK.cd Servers Raided, Admin Arrested  —  The British and the Dutch police both contributed to the investigation that was initiated by the IFPI and the BPI, two well known anti-piracy organizations.  The operation was supported by Interpol who coordinated the international cooperation.
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Josh Catone / Read/WriteWeb:
British Police at it Again: OiNK.cd Admin Arrested
Discussion: Gizmodo
IFPI:
British and Dutch police raids shut down the world's largest pre …
Discussion: Mashable!
Thomas Mennecke / Slyck:
OiNK Busted
Discussion: The Register
BBC:
Huge pirate music site shut down
Discussion: p2pnet
Nancy Gohring / InfoWorld:
AOL launches new mobile services  —  San Francisco (IDGNS) - AOL plans to unveil a number of new mobile services Tuesday, including the customizable MyAOL for mobile phones as well as a redesigned AOL.com portal page for mobile phones.  —  The beta version of the mobile portal …
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Live with Phil:
mobile first: create yourself a Live ID on your mobile phone  —  As we look at our customers today its clear that almost all of the folks that use our services on the mobile phone first started to use them on a PC, be that messenger, hotmail, spaces etc.  As they started to rely on the services …
InfoWorld:   Microsoft backs enterprise mobile services company
Kip Kniskern / LiveSide:
Coming soon: Get a Windows Live ID from your phone
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines:
AT&T talks up wireless, TV subscribers  —  AT&T said Tuesday that it added 2 million wireless subscribers and more than doubled its U-verse TV customer base in a quarter.  —  The telecom giant reported third quarter adjusted earnings of $4.3 billion, or 71 cents a share, on revenue of $30.1 billion.
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Ingrid Lunden / paidContent.org:   Earnings: AT&T Reports Record Number Of Mobile Subs In Q307 …
PR Newswire:
Oracle Delivers Letter to Board of BEA Systems  —  Oracle Corporation (Nasdaq: ORCL - News) today announced that it had delivered a letter to the board of directors of BEA Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: BEAS - News).  The text of the letter follows:  —  Board of Directors  —  BEA Systems, Inc.
Discussion: Between the Lines
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Eric Savitz / Tech Trader Daily:
Oracle Says BEA Rejects Bid; Threatens To Pull Offer
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Brad Stone / Bits:
Comcast: We're Delaying, Not Blocking, BitTorrent Traffic  —  Last week, the folks at cable giant Comcast asked for more time to give a nuanced response to a report that the company was blocking some peer-to-peer traffic on its network.  The public relations staff at the Philadelphia company …
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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Has America's First Friend Been Lying About His Age?  —  I can't decide if this doesn't matter at all, or if it matters a lot.  A Wall Street Journal reporter named Julia Angwin has apparently been working on a tell all book about MySpace for some time, and she's dug up a lot of sensationalist dirt …
Discussion: Valleywag
Tom Krazit / CNET News.com:
More to Mac sales than a halo  —  It's very easy to take a look at Apple's stellar fourth quarter and conclude that the long-awaited iPod "halo effect" is in full swing, and move onto something more pressing, like handicapping the World Series.  —  For years as the iPod took …
Om Malik / GigaOM:
MySpace Got Game... Casual Game That Is!  —  First it was music, then web video, and now it is time for MySpace to turn the attention of its 100-million plus members to casual games.  The company has signed a deal with Oberon Media, and two companies will create a new casual gaming channel on MySpace.
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Laura M. Holson / New York Times:
Privacy Lost: These Phones Can Find You  —  Two new questions arise, courtesy of the latest advancement in cellphone technology: Do you want your friends, family, or colleagues to know where you are at any given time?  And do you want to know where they are?  —  Obvious benefits come to mind.
Ben Drawbaugh / Engadget:
TiVo Series3 and HD FINALLY get TiVoToGo, MRV, eSATA drive, other new features  —  TiVo let on that November was going to be the month that both TiVoToGo and Multi-Room Viewing became a reality, and now with only a week to go it's finally here.  But that's not all TiVo's taken the occasion to announce …
Discussion: Gizmodo and TiVo Blog
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John P. Falcone / CNET News.com:
TiVo supercharges high-def DVRs with latest software upgrade
Discussion: TiVo Blog
BBC:
Tiny chips flash memory advance  —  Electronics giant Samsung has shown off what it claims is the world's most powerful chip for use in memory cards.  —  The 64 gigabit (Gb) chips could be used to make flash memory, commonly used in MP3 players, capable of holding the equivalent of 80 DVDs, the firm said.
Discussion: jkOnTheRun, p2pnet and TechSpot News
StumbleUpon:
Official StumbleUpon Blog  —  We're really excited about this announcement.  We've been hearing great feedback from you about our SearchReviews feature that has been in beta, and allows you to see StumbleUpon ratings layered on your searches on the major engines - Google, Yahoo, Ask & more.
Matt Marshall / VentureBeat:
Bluepulse, lets you message friends everywhich way  —  The market for social networking on your mobile phone is wide open, with neither Facebook nor Google offering anything compelling.  —  Right now, mobile communication revolves around texting, and it's unlikely move away from that soon.
Discussion: Crave and localmobilesearch.net
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Oliver Starr / blognation:   BN Exclusive: bluepulse Redefines Messaging, Socializing on Mobile
David M. Halbfinger / New York Times:
Facing Competition, iTunes Revs Up Its Film Section  —  When Edward Burns's latest romantic comedy, "Purple Violets," had its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April, it drew positive reviews, but only lukewarm offers from movie distributors.  —  Mr. Burns, the director of indie favorites like …
Ionut Alex Chitu / Google Operating System:
Google Switches to Its Own Translation System  —  Google switched the translation system from Systran to its own machine translation system for all the 25 language pairs available on the site.  Until now, Google used its own system only for Arabic, Chinese, and Russian.
 
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