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9:45 PM ET, July 9, 2010

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Mia / YouTube Blog:
What's bigger than 1080p?  4K video comes to YouTube  —  Today at the VidCon 2010 conference, we announced support for videos shot in 4K (a reference resolution of 4096 x 3072), meaning that now we support original video resolution from 360p all the way up to 4096p.
Seth Weintraub / Fortune:
Larry Page: Jobs is rewriting history  —  According to the Google founder, Steve Jobs' assessment of Google's Android entering into the iPhone's market is revisionist history.  —  In a briefing Thursday at the Allen & Co's Sun Valley conference, Google (GOOG) co-founders Larry Page …
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Reuters:
Google's Schmidt undaunted by Apple or Facebook  —  SUN VALLEY, Idaho (Reuters) - Google Inc Chief Executive Eric Schmidt rejected any notion that Apple Inc or Facebook presented a threat to the web search leader's business.
Discussion: Erictric, MacStories, MacNN and MediaFile
Chris Dale / YouTube Blog:
Investing in the Future of Video: YouTube Announces Partner Grant Program  —  The YouTube ecosystem is vibrant and growing fast.  We have over 10,000 partners, and 94 of Ad Age's top 100 advertisers have run campaigns on YouTube and the Google Display Network.  We've made great progress in the last five years.
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Edmund Lee / AdAge:
YouTube Starts $5 Million Fund to Finance Original Videos  —  NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — In a cautious move into the original content business, search titan Google announced that its YouTube property has created a $5 million fund to help finance more original videos.
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Exclusive: Want More Followers?  Twitter May Help You Buy Some.  —  Want more people reading your tweets?  Twitter may offer you a hand-for a price.  —  People familiar with the company's plans say it has been discussing yet another revenue generator: Think of it as a “Promoted Tweeter” …
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JP Mangalindan / Fortune:
Twitter's business model: A visionary experiment
Melanie Lee / Reuters:
Google says China has renewed Web page license  —  (Reuters) - Google Inc said on Friday that the Chinese authorities had renewed its license to operate a website, averting a potential shutdown of its flagship search page in the world's biggest Internet market.
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Rebecca MacKinnon / RConversation:
On Google's license renewal and principled engagement
Discussion: CNET News, Post Tech and GMSV, Thanks:atul
Paul Denlinger / Silicon Alley Insider:
Google Is Still In Big Trouble In China
Discussion: Digits and Velocity
Robert Andrews / paidContent:
Google Search Compromise Earns China License Renewal
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
Judge slams, slashes “unconstitutional” $675,000 P2P award  —  Judge Nancy Gertner knows that Joel Tenenbaum did it.  Tenenbaum, the second US target of the RIAA's five-year litigation campaign to complete a trial, eventually admitted his music-sharing liability on the stand—and Judge Gertner issued a directed verdict against him.
Christina Warren / Mashable!:
An In-Depth Look at How People Are Using the iPad  —  Resolve Market Research has just completed a comprehensive study that looks at how the iPad is being used, and how the iPad is impacting other technology devices like e-readers, portable gaming consoles and netbooks.
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Cavs Owner Goes Online To Rip LeBron A New One... In Comic Sans  —  The national distraction is over.  NBA star LeBron James has chosen the team he's going to play for: the Miami Heat.  Of course, this means that he won't be returning to his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers and owner Dan Gilbert is not too happy about that.
Mary Jo Foley / ZDNet:
Microsoft's new Hawaiian codenames are all about mobile  —  Remember Microsoft Oahu?  It supposedly was going to be a smaller (and somewhat cheaper) version of the Microsoft Surface table.  —  It turns out Oahu isn't Microsoft's only Hawaiian-themed code name.  Visual Studio 2010 was codenamed Hawaii.
Brian X. Chen / Gadget Lab:
Lawsuit Advances Claiming AT&T iPhone Monopoly  —  A lawsuit alleging that Apple and AT&T secretly formed monopoly with their exclusive iPhone agreement has received class-action status, meaning the plaintiffs now represent everybody who's bought an iPhone in the United States.
Discussion: ZDNet, Engadget, Gizmodo and IntoMobile
Chad Catacchio / The Next Web:
Google launches Android app to help you find empty parking spots  —  Android just got that much better: Google has just released an Android app called Open Spot that lets users leaving parking spots share their spots with other users searching for parking.  How cool is that?  —  It gets cooler.
Thanks:bradtnw
Thom Shanker / New York Times:
Loophole May Have Aided Theft of Classified Data  —  WASHINGTON — The soldier accused of downloading a huge trove of secret data from military computers in Iraq appears to have exploited a loophole in Defense Department security to copy thousands of files onto compact discs over a six-month period.
Tom Krazit / CNET News:
Apple sues resellers over power adapters  —  Apple has filed a lawsuit against three companies it alleges are selling knockoff power adapters for MacBooks and MacBook Pros, according to court filings.  The lawsuit, which was filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California on Thursday …
Discussion: Macsimum News
Smw / Cerulean Studios' Blog:
Droid Does Trillian: Trillian for Android is coming!  —  Because we can't handle any more blog comments or emails about it, we're tipping our hand - Trillian for Android is on the way!  Check out the awesome screenshots and detailed information after the jump, and be sure to tell all your friends so they stop emailing us.
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Former Googler And White House Staffer Katie Jacobs Stanton Heads To Twitter  —  Twitter has made another key hire today: former Google vet and White House and State Department staffer Katie Jacobs Stanton.  According to Stanton's Tweet stream, she will be leaving her role at the State Department for greener pastures at Twitter.
Carl Bialik / Wall Street Journal:
Hidden Formulas Send Mixed Signals on Cellphones  —  More bars in more places?  As Apple Inc.'s blunder with its iPhone signal-strength display revealed, the number of bars on a phone has more to do with the whims of handset manufacturers than it does with hard calculations about network coverage.
Chad Catacchio / The Next Web:
Google Maps now comes at you at a 45 degree angle  —  Google Maps has rolled out a feature to the main map that has been previously available to developers and through Google Map Labs - viewing locations at a 45 degree angle.  —  The new satilitte imagery is available for select US cities …
Noam Cohen / Bits:
Wikipedia's Foundation Plans Expansion  —  GDANSK, Poland —The foundation that runs the Wikipedia Web site plans to add 44 employees in the next year — roughly doubling the size of its current professional staff — and to raise $20 million to support a much-enhanced vision …
Discussion: Maximum PC and VentureBeat
Tas Anjarwalla / CNN:
Inventor of cell phone: We knew someday everybody would have one  —  Cooper and his team at Motorola, the communications company, created maybe the only thing that runs the lives of business professionals and teenagers alike — the cell phone.  —  It was the size of a brick and wasn't commercially sold for another decade.
Peter Bright / Ars Technica:
Nearly half of Windows 7 installations are 64-bit  —  The transition to 64-bit computing has accelerated with the release of Windows 7.  Figures published by Microsoft today claim that nearly half of Windows 7 installations—46 percent—are using 64-bit versions of the operating system.
Kim-Mai Cutler / VentureBeat:
Facebook's Zuckerberg, U.K. Prime Minister Cameron have a webcam chat  —  Maybe all diplomacy should be conducted this way — directly on webcam and out in public.  —  Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg and U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron followed up on their meeting in London …
 
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Rik Henderson / Pocket-lint:
No HTC iPad rival anytime soon
Discussion: AndroidSPIN, SlashGear and Androinica
Andrew Allemann / Domain Name Wire:
VeriSign Loses Big in Court on .Com Domains
Discussion: VentureBeat
Thomas Claburn / InformationWeek:
Developer Told Posted Code Infringes Patents
Discussion: p2pnet and Techdirt
David Pogue / Pogue's Posts:
No Easy Answers in the Copyright Debate
Discussion: Techdirt
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider:
Massive NYC Billboard Nets Gowalla A Whopping 84 Checkins From 64 People
Arn / MacRumors:
What is Apple Planning on Making with this 3x3cm Touch Screen?
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Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
NTP Sues Apple, Google, Microsoft And Others Over Wireless Email Patents
Official Google Australia Blog:
We're sorry  —  A couple of years ago, Google started collecting …
Daniel Eran Dilger / AppleInsider:
Apple-backed SproutCore takes on Flash in race to deliver multitouch web apps
Discussion: VentureBeat, Fast Company and Engadget
David Galbraith / David Galbraith's Blog:
Tim Berners-Lee.  Confirming The Exact Location Where the Web Was Invented
Discussion: Gizmodo and Switched, Thanks:atul
Rosa Golijan / Gizmodo:
Fring iPhone App Supports Video Calls Over 3G to Any Fring or Skype User