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10:40 AM ET, September 24, 2008

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Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo:
Android and T-Mobile G1's Five Most Obnoxious Flaws  —  While I was more impressed by the T-Mobile G1 than I thought I'd be, the list of catches for Android and the phone are quickly piling up—some that might very well be dealbreakers.  Topping the list, it's tightly integrated with your Google account …
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Cade Metz / The Register:
Googlephone unworthy of Satan tag  —  Where's the temptation?  —  Comment If this is The Satan Phone, then Beelzebub has lost his mojo.  —  For more than a year, the world has breathlessly anticipated Google's foray into mobile handsets, and today, the waiting ended with the arrival …
Mike Butcher / TechCrunch UK:
Video of the T-Mobile G1 Google Android Phone
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
A Sneak Peak At The Android App Market
Arn / MacRumors:
Apple Extends Non-Disclosure to App Store Rejection Letters  —  Apple has gotten a significant amount of critical press surrounding its rejection policies in the App Store.  A few high profile rejections have been widely reported and inspired at least one amusing comic.
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Russell Beattie / Russell Beattie's Weblog:
The iPhone Crapp Store?
Discussion: WinExtra
Wil Shipley / Call Me Fishmeal:
iPhone App Store: Let the Market Decide
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
Watch The Political Spin Machine With Google “In Quotes”  —  Google has just opened a new Labs project, called In Quotes, to the public.  The site allows users to compare quotes from various political figures, displaying key excerpts from speeches and interviews that they've given recently.
Thomas Mennecke / Slyck:
Agreement Reached on Internet Royalties  —  The contentious issue of digital royalty rates has reached a tentative conclusion, at least as far as putting agreements on paper is concerned.  In an announcement made today, the warring parties entered what is termed a “historic” agreement.
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Staska / Unwired View:
Nokia 5800 XpressMusic (Tube) press pic and specs  —  There's not a lot of things we don't know about the upcoming Nokia 5800 Xpress Music (Tube) full touch screen handset.  —  All the specs of Nokia 5800 XpressMusic have been leaked eons ago, together with photoshop renderings and even live pics.
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Don Reisinger / TechCrunch:
KickApps Launches Drag-and-Drop Advertising Service  —  KickApps, a company that provides on-demand social media applications that enable web publishers to monetize online audiences announced today that it's trying to make it easier for website owners to add video advertising to their own videos …
Discussion: CenterNetworks and Mashable!
Richard Waters / Financial Times:
Yahoo clears path for AOL talks  —  Yahoo's new board on Tuesday cleared the way for a fresh round of discussions with Time Warner (NYSE:TWX) over the future of its AOL unit, potentially reigniting negotiations for a combination of the two internet businesses that stalled earlier this year.
Rory Cellan-Jones / BBC NEWS:
Mobile Music - how unlimited, how free?  —  Yet another digital music offering has been unveiled this morning.  This time it's from Sony Ericsson, in conjunction with Britain's Omnifone, and it seems designed to steal the thunder from Nokia's “Comes With Music” service which arrives next month.
Discussion: Engadget, Electronista, Inquirer and Reuters
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0:
Microsoft Tinker - Best Ultimate Extra so far (although the bar is set pretty low)  —  Microsoft has released three new Ultimate Extras exclusively for Windows Ultimate users.  One of the extras, Microsoft Tinker (a game in which you control a little robot around an obstacle course), is surprisingly a lot of fun.
Discussion: Windows Vista Weblog
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
Yotify Launches Its “Google Alerts On Steroids”  —  Today sees the launch of Yotify, an online alert system that aims to make the web “work for you”.  At a high level, Yotify can best be described as a very sophisticated version of Google Alerts, which allows users to get notifications whenever …
Discussion: Mashable!
John Timmer / Ars Technica:
Fake popup study sadly confirms most users are idiots  —  For most of us, security issues happen to “other people”—we block popup ads, we carefully examine dialog boxes and, for those of us on the Mac platform, we snicker when confronted with something that attempts to mimic a Windows system warning.
Business Wire:
Oracle and Intel(R) Collaborate to Accelerate Enterprise-Ready Cloud Computing  —  Companies to Work on Technology and Standards to Make Clouds More Efficient and Secure  —  SAN FRANCISCO—(BUSINESS WIRE)—Oracle and Intel Corporation today announced that they are collaborating …
Discussion: PC World and The Register
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Jay Kidd / Jay's Blog:
NetApp and Brocade's Encryption Partnership  —  Back in June, I had the fortune of attending Game 4 of the NBA finals between the Lakers and the Celtics courtesy of a good NetApp partner, Insight Investments.  I also had the misfortune that night of having my briefcase stolen from the rental car in the parking lot.
Discussion: The Register and Storage Soup
Simon Walton / GazetteLive.co.uk:
No licence for police  —  A POLICE force that launched a crackdown against music piracy may itself be breaching music copyright laws, it has emerged.  —  But Cleveland Police chiefs today claimed they would rather spend public cash on fighting crime than paying for music rights.
Discussion: TorrentFreak and The Register
gary vaynerchuk:
My Web 2.0 Keynote in NYC  —  Here it is, one of the most buzzed about talks I have ever given!  There is some foul Language I am so sorry for that!  —  Keep readin'...  droppa line!
W. David Gardner / InformationWeek:
Wi-Fi Network Launched For U.S. Soldiers In Iraq  —  The mesh network provides secure wireless Internet service for 20,000 U.S. troops serving at Joint Base Balad, the largest U.S. military base in the region.  —  Aruba Networks reported Tuesday that it has installed a secure Wi-Fi network …
Discussion: DSLreports and Engadget
The Boy Genius / Boy Genius Report:
AT&T to potential BlackBerry Storm customers: Storm sucks, iPhone rulez!  —  You definitely have to take this one at face value, but there's an internal document floating around inside AT&T pitting the iPhone 3G against the upcoming BlackBerry Storm.  We had our doubts about this document at first …
Chris Mellor / The Register:
Cisco eyeballs IBM and Microsoft with SaaS conferencing  —  Meet without meeting  —  Cisco is offering a new collaboration portfolio and offering to whup IBM and Microsoft's collaborative asses with a software-as-a-service WebEx-based offering.  —  The company is once again moving …
Discussion: CNET News
 
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Gregg Keizer / Computerworld:
Chrome fades as users return to IE, Firefox
Discussion: The Inquisitr and Digg
Frank Rose / Wired News:
Free, Legal and Online: Why Hulu Is the New Way to Watch TV
Discussion: Portfolio, SitePoint Blogs and Digg
Christopher Carfi / The Social Customer Manifesto:
1000 Miles To Go For The Enterprise And True Customer Relationships
Discussion: Payments News
Enigmax / TorrentFreak:
ISP: It's Impossible For Us to Stop Illegal P2P
Discussion: DSLreports, SitePoint Blogs, p2pnet and Digg
Secure Computing Corporation:
Rise Of The PDF Exploits
Discussion: securosis.com and Slashdot
 Earlier Items: 
Mark Drajem / Bloomberg:
Google, Internet Users Push Back Against U.S. Copyright Treaty
Discussion: Slashdot
Eileen Smith / PC World:
Can Your Refrigerator Surf?  —  Cisco and Whirlpool join forces …
Chrix Finne / Google Reader:
Friends Everywhere, and other Friendly Features
Discussion: Webware.com and Lifehacker
Centre Daily Times:
Smartparts Sets New Standard for WiFi Enabled Digital Picture Frames …
Discussion: Engadget
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Ten Years Later, A “Third” Google Founder Comes Out Of The Woodwork
Greg Sandoval / CNET News:
NBC finds formula for fighting piracy
Discussion: CrunchGear