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9:35 AM ET, July 13, 2009

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Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
The Complete Guide To Microsoft's Office 2010  —  The web has been abuzz the past few weeks with chatter about Microsoft's announcement today at its Worldwide Partner Conference in New Orleans about the new version of Microsoft's Office 2010.  There's even a mini-movie about its debut.
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Long Zheng / istartedsomething:
Office 2010 revealed in great detail via Microsoft videos  —  I don't know what timezone Microsoft's web servers are running on, but it's revealed the much anticipated Office 2010 release in great detail way ahead of the expected official announcement at the Microsoft Worldwide Partners Conference 2009.
John Herrman / Gizmodo:
Microsoft Office 2010 Web Apps to be Free; Testing Starts Today
Discussion: Ars Technica
Gregg Keizer / Computerworld:
Monday's Office 2010 preview leaks to BitTorrent
Discussion: TechVi
Alexandra Topping / Guardian:
Collapse in illegal sharing of music  —  • Teenagers switching to streaming sites - survey  —  • Spotify and YouTube lead the way as habits change  —  They are the record companies' bogeyman: the 15-year-old in their bedroom ripping off a star's latest album and sharing …
John Herrman / Gizmodo:
Re-Rumor: Apple Tablet Coming in October, Priced at $800  —  The China Times is now reporting that the endlessly-rumored, Apple tablet isn't just coming someday—a fair bet—it's coming soon.  It'll land in October, to be exact, when we should expect to pay around $800 for it.
Matt Cutts / Gadgets, Google, and SEO:
Why Googlers should read Anil Dash's post  —  Anil Dash wrote a great piece about Google recently, and I think all Googlers should read it.  Anil makes several good points, including this one: … This absolutely rings true in my opinion.  One of Google's core values is “Don't be evil.”
Discussion: ParisLemon, Thanks:atul
Who da'Punk / Mini-Microsoft:
Microsoft Has Turned The Corner  —  I've got to say: in my opinion, Microsoft has turned The Corner.  —  You know The Corner.  —  The one that gets us off of pothole ridden Vista Avenue (one street over from Lincoln in Blue Velvet).  The Corner that requires Microsoft to shed some of the fat …
Discussion: Many Niches, ParisLemon and Bob Caswell, Thanks:parislemon
Chris Ziegler / Engadget:
LG's next-gen Chocolate BL40 teased on video, looks good enough to eat  —  We can't verify the authenticity of the video, but it seems a little far-fetched to believe that even LG diehards out there would've been able to toil away making a very legit-looking promo piece for the company's recently-teased …
Rhee So-eui / Reuters:
LG launches app store, initial focus on Asia  —  LG Electronics Inc, the world's No. 3 handset maker, is launching an online store for mobile phone applications Tuesday with an initial focus on Asia and aspirations for a more global reach by year-end.  —  Phone makers and mobile firms worldwide …
David Lawsky / Reuters:
Six in 10 companies plan to skip Windows 7: survey  —  SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Six in 10 companies in a survey plan to skip the purchase of Microsoft Corp's Windows 7 computer operating system, many of them to pinch pennies and others over concern about compatibility with their existing applications.
Simon Thiel / Bloomberg:
Morgan Stanley Intern Says Teens Don't Twitter, Prefer Movies and Concerts  —  Teenagers spend money on game consoles, cinemas and music concerts while ignoring newspapers, a Morgan Stanley report said, citing Matthew Robson.  Robson should know: He is a 15-year-old intern at the securities firm.
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Coco Masters / Time:
Fujifilm's New Dimension  —  Fuji's prototype digicam uses two lenses for simultaneous  —  More than two decades ago, Fujifilm was one of the first camera manufacturers to see the future of photography was digital.  In 1988, the Japanese imaging giant developed the world's first fully digital still camera …
Pradnya Joshi / New York Times:
When a Blogger Voices Approval, a Sponsor May Be Lurking  —  Colleen Padilla, a 33-year-old mother of two who lives in suburban Philadelphia, has reviewed nearly 1,500 products, including baby clothes, microwave dinners and the Nintendo Wii, on her popular Web site Classymommy.com.
Discussion: Gawker and The Blog Herald
Cecilia Kang / Washington Post:
Rosetta Stone Suing Google Over Advertisers' Trademark Use  —  Rosetta Stone, the Arlington language-learning software firm, said yesterday it has filed a lawsuit against Google for trademark infringement, alleging the Internet search giant allowed other companies to use Rosetta Stone's trademark brand …
DigiTimes:
Acer to launch the dual-OS netbook in August, says paper  —  Acer is expected to launch its previously announced dual-OS netbook, with both Windows XP and Android, in August 2009, while Quanta Computer and Compal Electronics both set to benefit from the orders, according to a Chinese-language Apple Daily report.
Discussion: Mashable!, Liliputing, SlashGear and Gizmodo
Steve Lohr / New York Times:
Study Measures the Chatter of the News Cycle  —  For the most part, the traditional news outlets lead and the blogs follow, typically by 2.5 hours, according to a new computer analysis of news articles and commentary on the Web during the last three months of the 2008 presidential campaign.
Discussion: Slashdot, Thanks:atul
Esteban Parra / delawareonline:
Lead feet: Unite!  —  New tech tool alerts motorists to police at speed traps  —  For decades, police have parked their cruisers behind billboards and overpass pillars to snag a common prey — speeding motorists.  —  Armed with radar that clocks how fast a motorist is moving …
Monica Chen / DigiTimes:
Intel updates CPU launch schedule  —  Intel has updated its launch schedule for notebook-based Clarksfield CPUs, new CPUs for ultra-thin notebooks, desktop-based Lynnfield CPUs and several server CPUs, according to industry sources.  —  Intel's three Clarksfield CPUs - the Core 2 Extreme XE 2GHz …
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat:
AMD keeps pressure on Intel with more six-headed server chips  —  Advanced Micro Devices is launching two new versions of its chips with six brains today.  The AMD Opteron HE and SE server microprocessors have six cores, or processors, on a single chip.  The introduction is the latest volley …
 
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Robert X. Cringely / New York Times:
Chrome vs. Bing vs. You and Me
Discussion: /Message and I, Cringely, Thanks:royans
Priya Ganapati / Gadget Lab:
7 Reasons Nokia Phones Get No Love in U.S.
Discussion: MobileContentToday
Douglas MacMillan / Business Week:
New Book on Facebook: Fun Trumps Facts
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
JS-Kit's Real-Time Commenting Widget Echo Captures The Pulse Of Comments On The Web
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb and louisgray.com, Thanks:mrinaldesai
Cynthia Wong / PolicyBeta:
Yahoo! protects user privacy — and gets fined?
Noam Cohen / New York Times:
How the Media Wrestle With the Web
 Earlier Items: 
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Favstar.fm Makes The Twitter “Favorite” Less Of An Unwanted Step-Child
Thanks:favstar
Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica:
French “3 strikes” law returns, now with judicial oversight!
Discussion: Boing Boing
Chas / ChasNote:
More Bad News for Ad Agencies: Meet Howcast
Discussion: New York Times
comScore, Inc.:
Online Gaming Continues Strong Growth in U.S. as Consumers …
Bloomberg:
Ericsson to Spend $1.5 Billion on Wireless Research in Korea