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1:10 PM ET, April 9, 2010

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John Gruber / Daring Fireball:
Why Apple Changed Section 3.3.1  —  We're still in the early days of the transition from the PC era to the mobile era.  Right now, Apple is winning.  There are other winners right now too — RIM is still growing, and Android has grown a ton in the past year.
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John Gruber / Daring Fireball:
New iPhone Developer Agreement Bans the Use of Adobe's Flash-to-iPhone Compiler  —  Prior to today's release of the iPhone OS 4 SDK, section 3.3.1 of the iPhone Developer Program License Agreement read, in its entirety: … In the new version of the iPhone Developer Program License Agreement released …
Peter Elstrom / Bloomberg:
Adobe Highlights Risk of Flash's Exclusion From IPhone, IPad in Filing  —  Adobe Systems Inc., the maker of the Flash video software, highlighted the risks of exclusion from Apple Inc.'s iPad and iPhone for the first time in a corporate filing, indicating the ban could hurt sales.
Discussion: MacRumors and MacDailyNews
Vladislav Savov / Engadget:
Adobe distances itself from JooJoo, cites lack of ‘direct relationship’  —  Well, this is just a huge surprise.  In response to our not entirely glowing review of the JooJoo, Adobe's PR team has gotten in touch to inform us that Fusion Garage “has no direct relationship with Adobe.”
Discussion: Crave
JR Raphael / PC World:
Apple's iPhone OS 4.0 No Threat to Android  —  JR Raphael, PC World  —  For fans of Apple's iPhone, the unveiling of the new iPhone OS 4.0 is a big deal.  It's the first time, after all, iPhone users will be able to do basic things like multitasking, setting their own wallpapers, and placing folders on their home screens.
Discussion: PC World, Macworld, The Next Web and TUAW
Manu Cornet / Gmail Blog:
New in Labs: Nested Labels and Message Sneak Peek  —  Labels are more flexible than folders because a given email can have several labels but can't be in several folders at the same time.  A highly requested feature for labels, though, comes from the world of folders: the ability to organize labels hierarchically.
Toshi Tajima / Google Mobile Blog:
Universal search features in Google Suggest for mobile  —  Last December on the Official Google Blog, we announced how universal search features in Google Suggest could show useful information while the user is composing a query from the Google home page.  Today, we are bringing …
Jared Newman / PC World:
Netflix Delays Universal and Fox New Releases, including Avatar  —  If you're hoping to rent a copy of “Avatar” through Netflix when the hit movie comes to DVD this month, keep waiting.  —  Netflix has signed deals with Universal Studios and 20th Century Fox that will delay the arrival of new releases by 28 days.
Discussion: paidContent and TechCrunch
Zachary Collins / Icodom:
Twitter to Launch a Major Redesign [SCREENSHOT]  —  Today, while reading through my tweets, I stumbled upon a screenshot of a new design for Twitter.  It doesn't show much, but it's from Doug Bowman who is the current Creative Director at Twitter.  —  This new design will show …
Luke Bornheimer / 9 to 5 Mac:
Apple rejecting apps with “Pad” in title  —  Apple has started to reject apps with the word “Pad” in their title that do not explicitly use wording such as, “runs on,” “for,” “for use with,” and/or “compatible with.”  Jesse Waites, maker of ContactPad (iTunes link) sent us a shot of an email …
Greg Yardley / yardley.ca:
iPhone 4.0 & iAds advertising  —  So iAd was announced, as expected.  The first thing I thought of when I saw it is Xzibit saying “yo dawg, I put an app in your app so you can app while you app,” but that's just because I read too much Reddit.  —  The second thing I thought is 'damn …
Discussion: paidContent and Seeking Alpha
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Kunur Patel / AdAge:
Apple's iAd Not Game-Changing, but Will Move Market
Discussion: DailyFinance
Joe Wilcox / BetaNews:
Clash of the titans: Apple, Google battle for the mobile Web
Discussion: mocoNews and Raph's Website
Long Zheng / istartedsomething:
Microsoft Research's “Manual Deskterity” explores the synergy of pen & touch  —  Pen and touch computing have long-thought to be mutually exclusive methods of human-computer interaction, but as the Microsoft Research project “Manual Deskterity” shows, the two intuitively combined makes …
AppleInsider:
Apple's WebKit2 will add Google Chrome-like split processes to Safari  —  A new framework for the WebKit open source Web browser layout engine was revealed Thursday, bringing with it a built-in “split process model” that will keep Web content such as JavaScript, HTML and layout in a separate process …
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Research In Motion Wants To Get Into Your Car With QNX Software Acquisition  —  RIM has made an acquisition today; the mobile device manufacturer has acquired QNX Software Systems from Harman International.  The deal is is expected integrate user experience in RIM's smartphones and QNX's in-vehicle audio and infotainment systems.
Nick Saint / Silicon Alley Insider:
YouTube Starts Linking Back To The Blogs That Drive It Traffic (GOOG)  —  YouTube is introducing a new “as seen on” feature that will credit and link to sources driving traffic to a particular video, Google (GOOG) announced today.  —  When a blog drives a significant (not yet specified) …
Discussion: Mashable! and YouTube Blog
Michael Grothaus / TUAW:
iChatAgent process shows up in iPhone OS 4.0 — video conferencing coming?  —  As expected, Apple didn't introduce any new iPhone hardware today; knowing Steve Jobs & co., they still want to save some surprises when they unveil the 4G iPhone later this summer.  Could one of those surprises be a front-facing camera with iChat support?
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Citizen Journalism Platform AllVoices Sets Up News Desks In 30 Cities Around The World  —  AllVoices, a fast-growing citizen journalism platform, is announcing significant expansion today.  The startup is launching global news desks in 30 different cities around the world …
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb
Lawrence Lam / Search Blog:
A New Look for Bing shopping  —  This week we unveiled a few updates to Bing shopping to help you do research and find what you're looking for more quickly.  You'll notice that we've created a list of product categories on the left side of the homepage to help you start your search.
Apple:
Get a sneak peek into the future of iPhone OS  —  On April 8, Apple unveiled plans for the biggest and most exciting iPhone software update yet. iPhone OS 4 will include over 100 new user features for iPhone and iPod touch owners to enjoy.  And for developers, a new software development kit …
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John Herrman / Gizmodo:
iPhone OS 4.0 Multitasking First Video
Matt Sanford / Twitter Blog:
Growing Around the World  —  Hi, my name is Matt Sanford and I'm the lead engineer for Twitter's International team.  I spend a great deal of time thinking about Twitter's users outside of the US.  Twitter's first users were the early employees and their friends, largely based around our offices in San Francisco.
Jeff Baumgartner / Light Reading:
Dish Starts Selling ‘Sling-Loaded’ HD-DVR  —  Dish Network Corp. (Nasdaq: DISH) has released the ViP922 DVR, a new Sling-loaded satellite receiver and HD-DVR that allows customers with broadband connections to relay video programming to PCs, smartphones, and other Internet-connected screens.
Discussion: NewTeeVee, paidContent and DSLreports
Devin Leonard / Business Week:
Tech Entrepreneur Peter Gabriel Knows What You Want  —  Even if you don't know yourself.  Inside The Filter, Gabriel's recommendation engine for online music and movies  —  Have you ever gone to a Web site to satisfy some late-night craving for a song?  Let's say you were just really in the mood …
 
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Dan Gillmor / Mediactive:
Complicating Relationships in Media: Apple, NY Times Dealings Raise Questions
Discussion: blogs.telegraph.co.uk
Louis Gray:
Google Buzz Team Tweaks Tweet Imports, Hints at Filtering
Discussion: Google
Mark Rollins / MobileWhack.com:
iPod nano class-action lawsuit settled, your $37.50 check is in the mail
Discussion: Hardware 2.0
 Earlier Items: 
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Karl Bode / DSLreports:
Most Successful U.S. Broadband Over Powerline Network Shut Down
Discussion: GigaOM
Foremski / Silicon Valley Watcher:
Algebraix: “Too Good To Be True” - Creating An Algebra For Data
Discussion: Tom Foremski: IMHO
Hiroko Tabuchi / New York Times:
Japan's Nikkei Newspaper Restricts Links to Its Web Site
Discussion: Ars Technica and TechCrunch