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11:20 PM ET, February 27, 2008

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Aidan Malley / AppleInsider:
Apple exec: iPhone “not married” to single-carrier model  —  Speaking at the Goldman Sachs Investment Symposium, Apple chief operating officer Tim Cook stated that the iPhone isn't beholden to the one-carrier strategy used so far, even if it makes the most sense from a business standpoint.
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Tom Krazit / CNET News.com:
Apple planning iPhone SDK event March 6  —  Apple distributed invitations Wednesday morning for “an iPhone software road map” event next week, which means we're finally going to hear details on the plans for an iPhone software development kit.  —  As you might be aware, next week is March …
Eric Savitz / Tech Trader Daily:
Apple COO Cook Confirms Forecast For 10 Million iPhone Sales In 2008; Stock Jumps After Hours (Updated)  —  Apple (AAPL) shares are making a nice move after hours, apparently in response to a talk COO Tim Cook gave a little while ago at the Goldman Sachs tech conference in Las Vegas.
Jacqui Cheng / Infinite Loop:
Apple: Event on March 6 about iPhone SDK, enterprise  —  The SDK may be late, but it won't be that late if Apple is inviting media to the bay area on March 6 for an iPhone Software Roadmap event.  That's right: the company sent out invitations this morning inviting members of the press …
Peter Burrows / Byte of the Apple:
Apple versus RIM: Now it's Game On
Discussion: CNET News.com and Mark Evans
MacDailyNews:
Live notes from Apple's COO Tim Cook's Goldman Sachs Technology …
Discussion: Gearlog
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer:
What made me cry: Microsoft's World Wide Telescope  —  Lots of people are asking me questions about what made me cry at Microsoft a few weeks ago.  —  If I told you “a telescope” you'd make fun of me, right?  Tell me I'm lame and that I don't deserve to be a geek and that I should run away and join the circus, right?
Discussion: TEDBlog and WinBeta
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Chris / LiveSide:
Microsoft launches WorldWide Telescope into private alpha  —  It made Scoble cry, and soon it can make you cry too.  The website for the latest Microsoft Research project, WorldWide Telescope, is now up at http://wwtelescope.com/.  Here's how Robert describes it:
Stefanie Olsen / CNET News.com:
WorldWide Telescope peers into Big Dipper
Brad Linder / Download Squad:
Picnik offers premium image editing features for free  —  Online image editor Picnik has always offered two tiers of service.  Free users could access most of the popular image editing tools, while paid subscribers got a few extra bells and whistles and access to early beta features.
Discussion: CNET News.com and Mashable!
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Peter / Picnik Blog:
Picnik Evolves  —  Picnik began life with one purpose …
Discussion: Webware.com
Duncan Riley / TechCrunch:
Picnik Now Offers Premium Features For Free
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb:
Yahoo! Loses Mobile Giant Opera to Google; Did Google Just Buy a Mobile Browser?  —  Starting on the first of next month, the widely popular mobile browser Opera will switch from offering Yahoo! to using Google as its default search engine.  While Yahoo! has its own relatively sophisticated mobile offerings …
Robert Seidman / TVbytheNumbers:
Nielsen Ratings for Tue, Feb 26: Idol Dominates, Jericho crushes Quarterlife! … FOX easily won the night in both total viewers and with 18-49 viewers.  An hour and a half of American Idol would have been enough by itself, but it was rounded out with a series-high 12.33 million viewers for Back to You.
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Jason Lee Miller / WebProNews:
Quarterlife Ratings Disappoint
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb and TVbytheNumbers
CNET News.com:
Data-mining detects the disaffected  —  Posted by Mark Rutherford Post a comment  —  Here's another reason to get off that anti-social kick and get with the networking.  —  The Air Force is developing a data-mining technology meant to root out disaffected insiders based on their email activity …
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Danger Room / Wired:
Air Force Blocks Access to Many Blogs
Discussion: yelvington.com and Boing Boing
Rafat Ali / paidContent.org:
About.com CEO Scott Meyer To Leave  —  Scott Meyer, the CEO of About.com, part of New York Times Company (NYSE: NYT), is leaving by next week, our sources say, and has been confirmed by the company.  His last day will be Thursday next week.  No replacement is being named now.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
We're Sorting Through Some Crazy Google/Yahoo Rumors  —  Google is continuing to try to disrupt Microsoft's bid for Yahoo, and, we've heard, may even be considering a bid to acquire a significant chunk of Yahoo's stock (keep reading though, we're calling this a long shot at best).
Declan McCullagh / CNET News.com:
Wikileaks gets legal help after domain name deletion  —  Wikileaks.org, a Web site that specializes in posting leaked documents often provided by whistleblowers, had its domain name yanked by a federal judge in California earlier this month.  —  Now Wikileaks is receiving some independent legal support …
Computerworld:
Finjan uncovers database storing more than 8,700 stolen FTP credentials  —  Security vendor Finjan has uncovered a data hoard containing more than 8,700 stolen FTP server credentials, including information from more than 2,500 U.S. companies.  —  Secrets of rock star programmers
Akimbo:
AKIMBO™ UNVEILS COMPLETE INTERNET VOD SOLUTION  —  Internet Video Pioneer Becomes First to Offer a Turn-Key Software Solution for Web Video Content Providers; Supports Multiple Business Models and Complete Ad Solution  —  Akimbo™, the Silicon Valley company that was first in …
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb:
Tim Berners-Lee Says the Time for the Semantic Web is Now  —  In an hour long interview posted today about the Semantic Web, W3C Director Tim Berners-Lee says all the pieces are in place to move full steam ahead and realize the potential of a world of structured, machine readable data.
AppleInsider:
Time Capsule to ship; new wireless bill; MacBook Pro benchmarks  —  Apple appears poised to make good on a promise to ship it's new Time Capsule backup appliance by month's end.  Meanwhile, a new draft wireless bill threatens to disrupt the bond between Apple and its exclusive iPhone carriers.
 
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Tony Hung / Deep Jive Interests:
VC's Back Crunchyroll: Guts? Brains? Or Sheer Stupidity?
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Google Docs Redesign
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Josh Lowensohn / Webware.com:
Favorit fixes some of Google Reader's shortcomings, adds own
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Get ready to Google-ize your health records
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
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Romeo Wahed / Download Squad:
Senate to outlaw phishing (again) while stripping away domain privacy
Chris Kanaracus / Computerworld:
Ballmer launches Windows Server 2008, lauds user base
Discussion: AppScout and InfoWorld
Joshua Topolsky / Engadget:
E-book concept combines leather and multi-touch
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The Real Story: Why ComScore's Google Clicks are Flat
CmdrTaco / Slashdot:
Microsoft Trying to Appeal to the Unix Crowd?
Carolyn Y. Johnson / Boston Globe:
Can smallest state be high-tech hub?
Discussion: GigaOM
Eric Eldon / VentureBeat:
Facebook adds features to lure in filmmakers
Yael Gruntman / Globes Online:
Microsoft buys Israeli ad targeting co YaData
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Zoho Writer Update: DocX Support, Thesaurus, Group Sharing & More
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Mickey Djuric / The Canadian Press:
Canadian officials won't say whether or how the new Online News Act should apply to AI companies using Canadian news for training or providing chatbot answers

Marek Miller / The Keyword:
Google launches News Showcase in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania; several publishers added a feature where Google pays for reader access to paywalled content

Brier Dudley / The Seattle Times:
Carpenter Media told a Sound Publishing union that it plans to lay off 62 people, including over half the unionized newsroom at The Daily Herald of Everett, WA

 
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