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3:40 PM ET, September 13, 2009

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Boy Genius Report:
Yep, Motorola CLIQ definitely launching in October to T-Mobile  —  Thanks to one of our top ninjas, we've been able to score this shot of an internal T-Mobile PowerPoint clearly showing the Motorola CLIQ release date listed as October which further supports our previous story about a mid-October launch.
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Tricia Duryee / mocoNews:
Hard To Believe But Motorola Is Now A Software Company  —  Motorola's biggest success to date was when it released the thinnest and sexiest device the world had seen.  Since then, the handset-maker has struggled to produce anything like it.  —  Yesterday, everyone was prepared …
Thanks:atul
Saul Hansell / Bits:
How the Cliq May Make Handset Makers Uncomfortable
Discussion: PC World and I4U News, Thanks:atul
Emil Protalinski / Ars Technica:
Microsoft: Windows 7 upgrade can take nearly a day (Updated)  —  While developing Windows 7, Microsoft ran many different performance tests to make sure the operating system was an improvement over its predecessors.  One of the tests focused on upgrade performance: Microsoft wanted to make sure …
Martin Bryant / The Next Web Blog:
iPhone usage on Flickr falls dramatically - What's happening?  —  Only three weeks ago the iPhone was on course to become the most popular camera on Flickr.  It had been just below the Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi for several weeks but now iPhone usage on Flickr, as measured by Flickr's own data, has started to fall off dramatically.
Thanks:zee
Chris Albrecht / NewTeeVee:
Hands-On: iPod Nano vs. Flip SD  —  We were intrigued and excited about the addition of a video camera to the iPod nano this week.  Apple threw the gauntlet down against the Flip in the battle to get stupidly simple video cameras into the hands of consumers.  But how do the two compare when used literally side-by-side?
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Prince McLean / AppleInsider:
Review: Apple's fifth-generation iPod nano (2009)
Discussion: PC World and Macworld
Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
Exclusive: Yahoo Set to Unveil Massive New Marketing Campaign at Advertising Week, Declaring Size Does Matter  —  Yahoo is set to unveil a major marketing campaign to reset advertiser and consumer perception of the long-troubled company during Advertising Week in New York, which starts a week from tomorrow.
Geoff Fox / AppScout:
Who Do You Trust?  Is Any Website Safe?  —  We've all heard stories of sketchy websites acting as the conduit to bring ‘evilware’ to your computer.  Of course you don't go to those sketchy sites, do you?  —  Guess again.  Here's a cautionary tale from the New York Times.
Chris / cdixon.org:
Google and newspapers: the false choice of opting out  —  First let me say I love Google.  I think Google created one of the greatest inventions of the past century and continues to give back much more value to the world than they “capture” in revenue.  —  Secondly, I think Google itself …
Discussion: Techgeist, Thanks:atul
Dan Goodin / The Register:
Linux webserver botnet pushes malware  —  Attack of the open source zombies  —  A security researcher has discovered a cluster of infected Linux servers that have been corralled into a special ops botnet of sorts and used to distribute malware to unwitting people browsing the web.
Sean Power / Watching Websites:
An Open Letter To All TechCrunch50 2009 Startups: The TC “Bump”, What It Really Means & How To Navigate It  —  Disclaimer 1: All site-related data found in this post comes from compete.com.  The company was kind enough to give us a “pro account” to help us research the O'Reilly book …
Jay Robinson:
Some Notes On iTunes LP  —  It's clear that I'm pretty excited about iTunes LP.  The “deluxe album” format from the iTunes Store is an attempt to revitalize music sales by providing an immersive digital experience complete with detailed art reminiscent of when people used to buy records.
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
What's Yahoo's “Plan B” For Search?  —  The Microsoft-Yahoo search deal isn't a forgone conclusion.  In fact, news out yesterday suggests the companies may face serious regulatory hurdles.  Potentially, it won't be allowed.  That leaves me wondering.  What's Yahoo's Plan B?
 
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Michael Masnick / Techdirt:
Forrester Plan For ‘Saving’ The Music Industry: Annoying Windowed Releases?
Google Watch:
Why Google Can't Afford to Ignore Marketing Anymore
Brian Prince / eWeek:
Symantec: Google Groups Used to Send Commands to Malware
Discussion: jd/adobe, Symantec and ITworld.com
Tim Bradshaw / Financial Times:
Twitter branches out as London's ‘ecosystem’ flies
Discussion: broadstuff
Schoen / Electronic Frontier Foundation:
What information is “personally identifiable”?
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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Yahoo Expands Quality Based Pricing. Translation: Publishers Get Less
Eric Engleman / TechFlash:
Report: Amazon halts work on Oregon data center complex
Discussion: InformationWeek
Greg Sterling / Internet2Go:
Do iPhone Users Hate Ads?
Discussion: Chitika, TechCrunch and yardley.ca
Josh Lowensohn / Webware.com:
10 TechCrunch50 grads: Where are they now?  —  Tech blog …