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2:10 PM ET, February 25, 2008

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Microsoft:
Microsoft Announces New Reporting Standard for Digital Campaign Performance: Engagement Mapping  —  New approach allows advertisers to map and assign value to various touch points, gaining a more complete picture of a campaign.  —  Microsoft Corp. today announced Engagement Mapping …
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AppleInsider:
New MacBook Pro part numbers surface in inventory systems  —  The seemingly endless wait for a new line of professional notebooks from Mac maker Apple Inc. appears to be nearing an end, with part numbers and pricing for new MacBook Pro models cropping up in inventory systems worldwide over the weekend.
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Chris Foresman / Infinite Loop:
Rumor: New MacBook Pros are imminent.  Yep, still  —  MacRumors' handy “Buyer's Guide” has listed the MacBook Pro at “Don't Buy” for several months now.  The guide compares the number of days since the release of the last update and the average number of days between updates.
Joshua Topolsky / Engadget:
Apple Tuesday: super special MacBook Pro, iPhone SDK... or nothing at all?
Discussion: Gearlog and MacRumors
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Fox Said To Be Exploring Termination Of Google Advertising Deal  —  Even while parent company News Corp. continues to try to disrupt the Microsoft/Yahoo merger, Fox Interactive Media (FIM) is rumored to be in negotiations with Microsoft take Google's place as the MySpace advertising partner.
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Ashkan Karbasfrooshan / HipMojo.com:
Dissecting Rumors: MSFT vs. Google on Fox Interactive Media and MySpace
Discussion: Insider Chatter
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines:   Fox Interactive and Google: Is breaking up hard to do?
Nokia:
Nokia and University of Cambridge launch the Morph - a nanotechnology concept device  —  New York, US and Espoo, Finland - Morph, a joint nanotechnology concept, developed by Nokia Research Center (NRC) and the University of Cambridge (UK) - was launched today alongside the “Design and the Elastic Mind” …
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Marguerite Reardon / CNET News.com:
Nokia demos bendable cell phone
Discussion: eWeek, Electronista and Techland
John Markoff / New York Times:
Adobe Blurs Line Between PC and Web  —  SAN FRANCISCO — On sabbatical in 2001 from Macromedia, Kevin Lynch, a software developer, was frustrated that he could not get to his Web data when he was off the Internet and annoyed that he could not get to his PC data when he was traveling.
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Dion Almaer / Ajaxian:
Adobe AIR v1.0 & Flex 3.0 Released; New Adobe Open Source Site Launched
Discussion: The Open Road, biskero.org and Macworld
Adobe:
Leading Companies Deliver RIAs on Adobe AIR
Joshua Topolsky / Engadget:
Intel's 6-core Xeon and Nehalem CPU info leaked  —  Intel's had its new processor plans slipped out to the public thanks to Sun, according to DailyTech.  Details on the 6-core (!) Xeon Dunnington, as well as the kinda-sorta hush-hush Nehalem were apparently leaked out onto Sun's public web server …
Discussion: CNET News.com and Electronista
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Kristopher Kubicki / DailyTech:
Sun Leaks 6-core Intel Xeon, Nehalem Details  —  Sun confirms what Intel has been dying to tell us, at least off the record  —  Late last month in Austria, Intel presented Sun with roadmaps discussing details of its upcoming server platforms, including the fairly secret Xeon Dunnington and Nehalem architectures.
Discussion: The Tech Report, Slashdot and George Ou
Electronista:
DivX shuts down Stage6 video site...  DivX on Monday said it would shut down Stage6, its web video hosting service.  The decision was made to focus on the company's self-titled video format and encourage its use on other platforms, such as the PS3, Xbox 360, and alternative websites.
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Eric Eldon / VentureBeat:
Mixx, social news competitor to Digg, raises another $2 million  —  Many startups have tried to take on social news site Digg.  Mixx is one of them, but it has a few additional features that lets users fine-tune what stories they see on the site — and it's made some deals with big newspapers.
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Nicholas Carlson / Valleywag:
Yahoo's Digg clone gets three months to prove its worth
Eric Bangeman / Ars Technica:
War of words continues over white space broadband prototype  —  Backers of a prototype “white spaces” broadband device are sparring with the National Association of Broadcasters, even as the Federal Communications Commission continues its testing.  At issue is the latest round of testing …
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Stephen Labaton / New York Times:
F.C.C. to Act on Delaying of Broadband Traffic
Discussion: CNET News.com
Michael Mace / Mobile Opportunity:
Mobile applications, RIP  —  Summary: The business of making native apps for mobile devices is dying, crushed by a fragmented market and restrictive business practices.  The problems are so bad that the mobile web, despite its many technical drawbacks, is now a better way to deliver new functionality to mobiles.
Richard Stiennon / Threat Chaos:
Pakistan removed from the Internet  —  4:30 PM Eastern (US).  —  The telecom company that carries most of Pakistan's traffic, PCCW, has found it necessary to shut Pakistan off from the Internet while they filter out the malicious routes that a Pakistani ISP, PieNet, announced earlier today.
Noam Cohen / New York Times:
Blogger, Sans Pajamas, Rakes Muck and a Prize  —  Of the many landmarks along a journalist's career, two are among those that stand out: winning an award and making the government back down.  Last week, Joshua Micah Marshall achieved both.  —  On Tuesday, it was announced that he had won …
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Blog Recommendation Startup Outbrain Raises $5 Million  —  Funding Monday continues.  NY/Israeli startup Outbrain is announcing a $5 million series A financing, led by Gemini Israeli Funds and Lightspeed Venture Partners.  GlenRock Israel also put money into the round.
Jeff Jarvis / Guardian:
Why short is tweet for the blogging community  —  When I first used the microblogging platform Twitter - which enables users to publish 140-character-long messages via the web and mobile phones - I thought it was silly.  Or rather, the uses to which it was being put were silly …
Sony:
Tough love: Titanium coated Cyber-shot W300 shrugs off scratches beautifully  — 13.6 effective megapixels for superb picture quality  — BIONZ processor powers Smile Shutter, improved Face Detection and D-Range Optimiser  — Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens with 3x optical zoom
 
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