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3:55 AM ET, June 7, 2010

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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Yahoo Goes All In With Facebook: Here Are The Screenshots  —  Tomorrow Yahoo will announce a relaunch of Yahoo Profiles and their “all in” integration with Facebook Connect, including on the Yahoo home page.  We've all known deep integration with Facebook was coming, but until now it wasn't clear exactly how deeply Yahoo would go.
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Yahoo / Yodel Anecdotal:
New Ways to Increase Your Social IQ on Yahoo!  —  Social networks have seen explosive growth in recent years.  As the place that 600 million people visit every month, Yahoo! is in a unique position to bring together different social experiences from across the Web to a single place.
lonelysandwich:
iPad TV  —  I won't lie to you—it took two weeks with my iPad before I knew whether I loved it (or, to be more accurate, why I would inevitably love it).  There was this uncomfortableness after the purchase.  I'd known for weeks that it was to be a miraculous addition to my life.
Kit Eaton / Fast Company:
Apple WWDC 2010 Rumor Round-Up  —  In about 72 hours from now Steve Jobs will kick off the 2010 World Wide Developers Conference—one of Apple's premiere events.  Given the drama of this year's leaks, what new things can we expect to learn from Steve?  —  The new iPhone for 2010
Jason Hiner / Tech Sanity Check:
Battery life: The next iPhone's top priority  —  Forget about dual cameras, mobile video conferencing, or multi-tasking.  Those are all innovations that Steve Jobs is expected to talk about on Monday at Apple's WWDC 2010 conference when he unveils the fourth generation iPhone.
Discussion: ZDNet and I4U News
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U.S. Intelligence Analyst Arrested in Wikileaks Video Probe  —  Federal officials have arrested an Army intelligence analyst who boasted of giving classified U.S. combat video and hundreds of thousands of classified State Department records to whistleblower site Wikileaks, Wired.com has learned.
Discussion: Gawker
Jean-Louis Gassée / Monday Note:
Jobs, Ballmer, and Zuckerberg: Three Fixated Leaders at D8  —  The eighth installment of the Wall Street Journal's annual D: All Things Digital conference was held last week outside Los Angeles, your author in attendance.  You'll find full coverage of the proceedings here, and the speakers list here …
Richard Lai / Engadget:
Dell Streak review  —  Streak.  It needs no introduction, as this slate's been gaining a lot of attention amongst gadget lovers around the world.  Thanks to the UK launch last Friday, we were one of the first on this planet to procure Dell's finalized Android 1.6 phone from O2.
Arn / MacRumors:
AT&T Moves Up iPhone Upgrade Eligibility On Eve of WWDC Keynote  —  On the eve of the WWDC 2010 keynote and what is believed to be the announcement of the next generation iPhone, AT&T seems to have adjusted user eligibility requirements forward for many customers.
Discussion: I4U News
Matt Richtel / New York Times:
Hooked on Gadgets, and Paying a Price  —  SAN FRANCISCO — When one of the most important e-mail messages of his life landed in his in-box a few years ago, Kord Campbell overlooked it.  —  Not just for a day or two, but 12 days.  He finally saw it while sifting through old messages: a big company wanted to buy his Internet start-up.
Ashlee Vance / New York Times:
Hewlett-Packard Wants to Print for Smartphones  —  SAN DIEGO — Vyomesh I. Joshi, the head of Hewlett-Packard's $24 billion printing empire, relaxes by taking long walks on the beaches near his home here.  And, for a while, it seemed as if he might end up spending more time strolling the sand than moving ink and toner.
New York Times:
With New Caps on AT&T Data Use, App Makers Worry  —  For the last two years, unlimited data plans have given app-hungry smartphone users an all-you-can-eat buffet.  But will customers react to AT&T's new, limited menu by simply eating less?  —  Some software developers fear they will …
Discussion: Network World
 
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Greg Sterling / Search Engine Land:
Mobile Apps: Search By Another Name
Discussion: Internet2Go
Curt Hopkins / ReadWriteWeb:
Australian Police Deputize Facebook
Discussion: iTnews.com.au
Shervin Pishevar / TechCrunch:
Democratizing Talent: Guy Oseary, Greyson Chance, NowMov …
Thanks:alexia
Shafiq Alam / Agence France Presse:
Bangladesh lifts ban on Facebook
Discussion: Mashable! and Reuters
Frédéric Filloux / Monday Note:
Mediocrity is king  —  Last week, the Huffington Post reached a new apex.
Lawrence Coburn / The Next Web:
The New York Times Fights Back against Foursquare and Yelp
Discussion: Startup Meme
 Earlier Items: 
Associated Press:
Australia launches privacy investigation of Google
Discussion: BBC
Eric Engleman / TechFlash:
Making online orders with a nod or a smile? Bezos seeks patent
Discussion: Kindle Review
Edmund Lee / AdAge:
Bradford: Demand Media Will Take Out AOL First, Yahoo Later
Discussion: AdExchanger.com and Beyond Search, Thanks:learmonth
Doug Osborne / Geek.com:
Firefox add-on game ‘Destroy The Web’ lets you blast away the Internet
John Herrman / Gizmodo:
How a Silly Phone for Teens Reveals Microsoft's Plan for Us All
Discussion: FM Blog and Big in Japan, Thanks:rawmeet