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2:35 PM ET, May 23, 2008

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Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Apple 2.0:
What to expect from Steve Jobs on June 9  —  Thursday was a red-letter day for 3G iPhone rumors.  On Wall St., the “rumor of a rumor” of an iPhone delay was enough to drive Apple (AAPL) share prices down 5 points in midafternoon trading.  Meanwhile, a dozen subway stops to the north …
Discussion: Hardware 2.0 and PhoneDog.com
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David Richards / Channel News:
OZ 3G iPhone To Be Fastest In The World  —  Australia will have the fastest Apple 3G iPhone in the world a senior executive of Telstra has told ChannelNews.  “We know what is coming we have seen the new device and it will be available on our network as soon as it is launched in the USA.
MSDN Blogs:
Book search winding down  —  Today we informed our partners that we are ending the Live Search Books and Live Search Academic projects and that both sites will be taken down next week.  Books and scholarly publications will continue to be integrated into our Search results, but not through separate indexes.
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Royal Pingdom:
Smart and funny use of Google Adwords  —  Text ads can be smart, funny, and sometimes unintentionally hilarious when they show up in the wrong context.  —  David, our web designer and marketing maestro here at Pingdom was surfing the web last night and put together a list of really funny and original text ads from Google Adwords.
Discussion: CenterNetworks
TheStreet.com:
GameStop to Stop Zune Sales  —  AAPL (The Telecom Connection PICK) GME MSFT  —  SAN FRANCISCO - Video-game retailer GameStopGME has decided to stop selling Microsoft'sMSFT Zune players at its stores due to what it sees as insufficient demand from customers.
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Eric Savitz / Tech Trader Daily:
Apple Shrs Rise On Bullish Notes From Merrill, Goldman  —  Apple (AAPL) shares are moving higher in pre-market trading this morning, propelled by bullish research notes from both Merill Lynch and Goldman Sachs.  —  Goldman Sachs' David Bailey added the stock today to the firm's …
Discussion: Voices and AppleInsider
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Tenzin Pema / Reuters:
Goldman adds Apple to Americas conviction buy list
Discussion: LoopRumors
Economist:
Down on the server farm  —  The real-world implications of the rise of internet computing  —  EVEN when the sky is blue over Quincy, clouds hang in the air.  The small town in the centre of the state of Washington is home to half a dozen huge warehouses that power the global “computing clouds” …
David Brooks / New York Times:
The Alpha Geeks  —  In 1950, Dr. Seuss published a book called “If I Ran the Zoo.”  It contained the sentence: “I'll sail to Ka-Troo, and bring back an IT-KUTCH, a PREEP, and a PROO, a NERKLE, a NERD, and a SEERSUCKER, too!”  According to the psychologist David Anderegg …
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
CrunchBase Now Integrated With LinkedIn API  —  We will shortly be releasing a new version of CrunchBase, the company and people database wiki that you often see linked to here on TechCrunch.  —  In the meantime, though, we've added a few new features to the product, including integration with LinkedIn via their API.
Caroline McCarthy / Webware.com:
Popular blogger ignites uproar over Twitter harassment  —  This post was updated at 10:49 AM with comment from Ariel Waldman.  —  Some Web enthusiasts find microblogging service Twitter to be addictive because you can say absolutely anything you want—as long as it's 140 characters or less.
Timothy B. Lee / Ars Technica:
Court smacks Autodesk, affirms right to sell used software  —  A federal district judge in Washington State handed down an important decision this week on shrink-wrap license agreements and the First Sale Doctrine.  The case concerned an eBay merchant named Timothy Vernor who has repeatedly locked horns …
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
TheRarestWords: Intriguing Semantic SEO Project from Russia  —  A mysterious yet intriguing project from Russia has come across our inbox.  It is a search-engine optimization analysis tool for Websites called TheRarestWords.  For any given URL, like Microsoft's or Techcrunch's …
Discussion: The Rarest Words blog
Long Zheng / istartedsomething:
Windows 7 to add native support for Virtual Hard Disks  —  Out of what little we know of the next version of Windows, this feature might just be the most interesting yet.  A team at Microsoft is hiring developers to work on adding native support in Windows 7 for Virtual Hard Disks (VHD) …
Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Land:
Google's Safe Browsing Diagnostic Tool  —  A week ago Google announced the release of a safe browsing diagnostic tool.  To use the tool, just append a URL to the end of http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/ diagnostic?site=.  —  (1) The current listing status of a site and also information …
 
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The ailing new media brains trust of the BBC
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Electronista:
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Matthew Karnitschnig / Wall Street Journal:
Yahoo, Microsoft and the Ties That Bind
Gregg Keizer / PC World:
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Monica Chen / DigiTimes:
Intel to bundle SSDs as part of Centrino 2 platform
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Amie Ferris-Rotman / Reuters:
Yahoo buy not a strategy in itself: Microsoft CEO
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Jeff Smykil / Infinite Loop:
iPhone 2.0 software may let users geotag photos
Erica Ogg / CNET News.com:
Adieu to the true audiophile?
James Sherwood / The Register:
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Wall Street Journal:
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Matt Marshall / VentureBeat:
Akimbo, online video delivery company, throws in towel for good
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