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3:50 AM ET, December 22, 2007

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Kasper Jade / AppleInsider:
Exclusive: Apple to adopt Intel's ultra-mobile PC platform  —  Apple Inc. will form a closer bond with once-rival Intel Corp. early next year when it begins building a new breed of ultra-mobile processors from the chipmaker into a fresh generation of handheld devices, AppleInsider has learned.
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Tom Krazit / CNET News.com:   Report: Apple to use Intel's Silverthorne chip in 2008
Richard MacManus / ReadWriteWeb:
Finalists Announced for Crunchies Awards  —  The finalists have now been announced for the Crunchies, the awards show we're co-hosting with Techcrunch, GigaOm and VentureBeat.  Voting will be live through to midnight PST Thursday, January 10.  You can vote here, once a day.
Daisy Whitney / TVWeek.com:
Perez Hilton Pulls Videos From YouTube  —  Celebrity gossip queen Perez Hilton said he's unlikely to post videos on YouTube any longer and instead will probably host them on his own site, Perezhilton.com.  —  The blogger and the biggest video-sharing service are feuding after YouTube pulled …
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Marguerite Reardon / CNET News.com:
Perez Hilton dumps YouTube
Discussion: TechCrunch
Cleve Nettles / 9 to 5 Mac:
Apple expected to announce sales of 5 million iPhones at Macworld  —  Insiders tell us that Apple expects to announce sales of roughly five million iPhones at Macworld 2008 in January.  Of these, around one million are expected to come from Europe.  Apple is seeing very strong Christmas sales despite …
Andy Greenberg / Forbes:
Apples For The Army  —  Given Apple's marketing toward the young and the trendy, you wouldn't expect the U.S. Army to be much of a customer.  Lieutenant Colonel C.J. Wallington is hoping hackers won't expect it either.  —  Wallington, a division chief in the Army's office of enterprise information systems …
Dave Winer / Scripting News:
My Long Bet with Martin Nisenholtz  —  In March 2002, I made a bet with Martin Nisenholtz about the relative importance of weblogs and the New York Times.  I was and am a blogger, and Martin worked then, as he does now, for the Times.  For the actual terms of the bet, read the piece on the LongNow site …
Discussion: Valleywag, WinExtra and Workbench
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InfoWorld:
U.S. trade agency to investigate antivirus patent claims  —  The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has voted to investigate claims by Trend Micro of competitors' patent infringement involving antivirus products.  —  Trend Micro filed a trade complaint Nov. 21 against fellow cybersecurity …
Don Reisinger / The Digital Home:
Why all Vista users should upgrade to Windows XP  —  Now that Microsoft has announced the availability of the RC version of Service Pack 3 for our old friend, XP, I'm delighted to tell you all that not only is this upgrade substantial and extremely helpful.  Believe it or not …
Wilson Rothman / Gizmodo:
Microsoft Year-End Report Card: B  —  Well, Redmond, it's been a funny year, hasn't it?  Even if you ignore those Apple commercials, it's hard to ignore the fact that Vista was probably one of the main reasons people switched to the Mac OS, or to third-party Linux-based systems.
James Woodall:
Windows SideShow for iPhone  —  A couple of months ago here at Ikanos Consulting towers we were thinking about cool things we could do with Windows SideShow.  We're very keen firm believers in SideShow and already had a few devices cooking up.  The core of our SideShow world is a piece …
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
WTO Gives Antigua Only $21 Million In Sanctions; US Says ‘Not So Fast...’  —  The battle between the US and Antigua over online gambling is rather long.  You can go back here to read a summary of the back and forth — but the quick version is that the US violated its own free trade agreements …
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New York Times:
In Trade Ruling, Antigua Wins a Right to Piracy
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Tesla Asks Investors For Another $40 Million To Start Its Engines.  —  Would you drive a beta?  That's not the name of a new car.  It's how Elon Musk characterizes the first version of the Tesla electric sports car that is due to come out in the next few months.  Musk is Tesla Motors' chairman and biggest investor.
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Katie Fehrenbacher / Earth2Tech:
Tesla's Chairman and New CEO Talk Transmission Snags and Raising Another $40M
Discussion: VentureBeat, GigaOM and FoundRead
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Edgeio Assets Acquired By LookSmart  —  The auction of Edgeio's assets is complete, and Looksmart is the winning bidder.  They've acquired most of the assets of the company for $280,000.  —  I spoke to Patrick Chapman, LookSmart's director of corporate development, briefly after the auction closed this morning.
Discussion: cheezhead, Furrier.org and Valleywag
Mathew / mathewingram.com/work:
Will the strike change Hollywood?  —  (this is cross-posted from my Globe and Mail blog)  —  As the strike by Hollywood TV and movie writers drags on, one question that keeps popping up is whether the strike is a boon for online content.  The short answer is that it's impossible to say for sure.
Discussion: Hollywood Reporter
Aaron Linde / Ars Technica:
Study: Wii gaming no substitute for exercise  —  Younger gamers looking to con a Wii out of parents this year by selling them on the physical benefits of “active” gaming, it's time to dream up a new strategy.  A UK study entitled “Energy expenditure in adolescents playing new generation computer games” …
Discussion: Medical News, Go Nintendo and Engadget
David Kaplan / paidContent.org:
FTC Online Ad Targeting Guidelines: Industry Breathes A Sigh Of Relief  —  The Federal Trade Commission's new online ad guidelines appear to offer a laissez faire approach, which the Interactive Advertising Bureau and AOL (NYSE: TWX) have treated as an early Christmas present.
Discussion: AOL and DSLreports
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Dembot:
8 Reasons Why The TV Studios Will Die  —  Recently, I have met with many people including top executives from most of the largest studios as well as people from some of the top internet companies that are building studios, top investors in the VC world that are turning towards the studio business …
Discussion: Online Video Watch
 
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