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4:15 PM ET, July 25, 2009

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Fred / A VC:
Monetize The Audience, Not The Content  —  There's a lot of discussion out there about how online content should be monetized.  —  In particular, the newspaper industry is doing a lot of soul searching for the right revenue model.  For many publications, particularly legacy publications …
Thanks:atul
John C. Dvorak / MarketWatch:
Is the party over for Microsoft?  —  Everyone knew the day would come when the fortunes of Microsoft Corp. would reverse.  The company might now be in actual decline.  If it's true, it brought it on itself by ignoring its core competencies, because it exhibits signs of what can only be described …
Discussion: Brainstorm Tech and ParisLemon
Scott Rosenberg / Scott Rosenberg's Wordyard:
A.P. goes nuclear on fair use  —  “A.P. Cracks Down on Unpaid Use of Articles on Web.”  That's the headline on a New York Times article right now.  But if you read the article, you see that the Associated Press's new campaign isn't only about “unpaid use of articles,” it's about any use of headlines as links.
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Michael Masnick / Techdirt:
How Reuters Should Be Responding To The AP's Suicide  —  Earlier today we wrote about the AP's plans to DRM the news, explaining what a backwards plan it was.  The story is getting lots of play elsewhere, with many pointing to a NY Times report, where the AP's CEO Tom Curley makes some amazing statements:
Ryan Chittum / CJR:
Relax, Bloggers. The AP Isn't Out to Get You
Discussion: 901am and Common Sense Journalism
Brian Solis / TechCrunch:
Full Disclosure: Sponsored Conversations on Twitter Raise Concerns, Prompt Standards  —  In light of the FTC's recent scrutiny of Social Media practices and the activity that connects brands to influencers and ultimately consumers, we will soon see guidelines and corresponding penalties to serve as governance for future engagement.
Brian Caulfield / Forbes:
Apple Tablet Could Hurt iPhone Developers  —  The company may roll out a tablet computer.  This could have a downside for app developers.  —  BURLINGAME, CALIF. — Talk to iPhone application developers and they'll quickly sing Apple's praises.  Apple's development tools are first-rate.
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Ericsson:
ERICSSON TO ACQUIRE MAJORITY OF NORTEL'S NORTH AMERICAN WIRELESS BUSINESS  —  Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) has today entered into an asset purchase agreement to acquire the parts of the Carrier Networks division of Nortel relating to CDMA and LTE technology in North America.
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Frank McGurty / Reuters:   Ericsson wins auction for Nortel's wireless assets
Michael Stroud / NewTeeVee:
DreamWorks' Katzenberg: 3D Changes Everything  —  Jeffrey Katzenberg is prepared for 3D to utterly change the experience of watching television and movies — and a lot sooner than you may think.  —  The DreamWorks' chief told attendees at Fortune's Brainstorm conference in Pasadena, Calif. …
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
FreeYourID Gives Up On Trying To Monetize OpenID  —  In an e-mail to its user base and with a short notice on its main website, FreeYourID has announced that it will be shutting down its service after nearly two years and a half in business.  After August 15, the web service will be discontinued without …
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Bloomberg:
Barry Diller Calls Free Web Content a ‘Myth,’ Joining Effort for User Fees  —  Barry Diller, chairman and chief executive officer of IAC/InterActiveCorp, said Web users will have to pay for what they watch and use, joining the refrain of media moguls who say an era of free Internet content is ending.
Greg Sandoval / CNET News:
Buy.com, Orbitz linked to controversial marketers  —  Thousands of Web shoppers have complained that “mystery charges” are showing up on their credit card statements and have accused those who operate so-called Web loyalty programs of duping them into signing up.
Discussion: Technologizer
Mark Milian / L.A. Times Tech Blog:
Apple won't let you use cool augmented reality iPhone apps — yet  —  A concept video for an identification app, called Augmented ID, that uses facial recognition.  —  IPhone owners are excited to get their hands on the augmented reality applications that we wrote about last week …
 
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PC World:
Free Windows 7 Upgrade May Not Reach $298 Laptop Buyers
Paul Meller / Macworld:
Microsoft's EU offer gets cautious welcome from rivals
Discussion: WebProNews, eWeek and EU Press Room
Kirk Ladendorf / Austin American-Statesman:
Dell settles Austin discrimination case for $9.1 million
Discussion: ITworld.com and AgencySpy
Ryan Tate / Gawker:
The New York Times Describes Online ‘Membership’ Plans
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Rafat Ali / paidContent:
CollegeHumor's New Production Spinoff: Notional; Van Veen's Heading It
Discussion: Gawker, HipMojo.com and Brainstorm Tech
Steve Ragan / The Tech Herald:
Network Solutions: 573,928 possibly compromised in attack
Discussion: Security Fix and Security Watch
Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo:
Leak: Inside the Microsoft Store With Wall-Sized Screens and the Answers Bar