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9:55 AM ET, September 10, 2010

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Nokia:
Nokia appoints Stephen Elop to President and CEO as of September 21, 2010  —  Espoo, Finland -Nokia's Board of Directors has appointed Stephen Elop President and Chief Executive Officer of Nokia as of September 21.  Elop currently heads Microsoft's Business Division.
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Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent:
Nokia Outs Kallasvuo; Names Microsoft's Elop CEO  —  Nokia (NYSE: NOK) has hired Stephen Elop, the well-respected president of Microsoft's business division, which includes the Office franchise, as its new president CEO.  Elop is replacing Olli-Pekka Kallsvuo, who was appointed Nokia's CEO four years ago.
Robert Andrews / paidContent:UK:
Nokia's New CEO: I Will Guide Us Through Fundamental Change  —  Nokia's board chair Jorma Ollila wasted little time presenting Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo's replacement as CEO to press on Friday morning.  —  Stephen Elop, president of Microsoft's business division, ticked all the right boxes …
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider:
Nokia Makes The Same Mistake Again: Hires A Manager, Not A Product Visionary  —  The standard criticism we hear about Nokia is that it's a company overrun with managers, where decisions are always made based on business sense and never made based on product vision.
asymco:
Why OPK was fired  —  Under Kallasvuo Nokia embarked on the most dramatic shift in its business since entering the mobile phone business in the early 90s.  —  The shift was not into mobile software which began in 2001 under his predecessor.  It was not into enterprise solutions which also preceded his tenure.
Gartner:
Gartner Says Android to Become No. 2 Worldwide Mobile Operating System in 2010 and Challenge Symbian for No. 1 Position by 2014  —     The worldwide mobile operating system (OS) market will be dominated by Symbian and Android, as the two OSs will account for 59.8 percent …
Adobe Corporate Communications / Adobe Featured Blogs:
Great News for Developers  —  Apple's announcement today that it has lifted restrictions on its third-party developer guidelines has direct implications for Adobe's Packager for iPhone, a feature in the Flash Professional CS5 authoring tool.  This feature was created to enable Flash developers …
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Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
Fingers Crossed: Google Voice May Be Returning To The App Store
Ryan Singel / Epicenter:
Did FTC Probe Cause Apple to Change App Rules? (UPDATED)
Kyle VanHemert / Gizmodo:
Leaked Shots of Windows Phone 7-Running Samsung GT-i8700  —  A tipster sends these photos of the WP7-running Samsung GT-i8700.  There's not a whole lot to glean besides the fact that it has 8GB of storage and looks like something I want to play with right now.  Here's the back:
Business Week:
The Man Who Makes Your iPhone  —  Foxconn founder Terry Gou might be regarded as Henry Ford reincarnated if only a dozen of his workers hadn't killed themselves this year.  An exclusive look inside a postmodern industrial empire  —  Tony Law  —  On a crushingly hot mid-August …
Frederic Lardinois / ReadWriteWeb:
Seesmic Desktop Goes Beyond Twitter: Becomes a Platform for All Things Real Time  —  At last year's Microsoft PDC, Seesmic announced that it was working on a major Silverlight-based rewrite of its desktop clients for Windows and Mac.  After almost a year of development, the company just launched the final version of Seesmic Desktop 2.
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Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
With 40+ Customizable Plugins, Seesmic Desktop 2 Aggregates The Realtime Web  —  After a year's worth of work, Seesmic founder Loic Le Meur just announced the launch of Seesmic Desktop 2 (SD2), a desktop client that goes beyond Twitter; “We want to be the first platform for platforms,” says Le Meur.
Gareth Beavis / TechRadar.com:
Google: ‘Android not optimised for tablets’  —  Gingerbread seems likely to be tablet-friendly OS  —  Google has stated that it currently isn't using Android on any tablets, hinting that it will have a tablet-centric OS soon.  —  Although Gingerbread and Honeycomb have been strongly tipped …
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Robert Andrews / paidContent:UK:
Not All Android Tablets Will Get Android Market
Discussion: Electronista and IntoMobile, Thanks:atul
Reuters:
Judge rules for eBay over Craigslist rights plan  —  (Reuters) - A judge rescinded a protective measure adopted by the board of popular classifieds site Craigslist to block a potential hostile takeover by e-commerce site eBay Inc.  —  EBay had complained that the measure diluted its stake …
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Brad Stone / Bloomberg:   Commentary: Dear Craigslist, Grow Up
Geoffrey A. Fowler / Digits:
‘Censored’ Gone; Craigslist Could Go Before Congress
Discussion: SFGate and CNET News
eBay:   eBay Victorious in Shareholder Dispute with Craigslist
Mike Melanson / ReadWriteWeb:
Google Maps for Android Gets Turn-By-Turn Walking Directions, Satellite Imagery  —  For smartphone owners, asking people on the street for directions is quickly becoming a thing of the past.  Why bother trying to remember a series of turns and landmarks when your phone can do that and more?
Jenna Wortham / Bits:
Betaworks and The Times Plan a Social News Service  —  Something is stirring deep within the technology incubator Betaworks: A personalized news service called News.me that is being developed in collaboration with The New York Times.  —  On Thursday, a cryptic placeholder for the service went live.
BBC:
Sex movie worm spreads worldwide  —  The worm spreads using tricks pioneered by worms such as the ILoveYou virus  —  A booby-trapped e-mail that promises free sex movies is racking up victims around the world, warn security firms.  —  Some variants of the Windows worm contain a link to PDF that a recipient has been told to expect.
Ben Gomes / The Official Google Blog:
Google Instant, behind the scenes  —  Yesterday we introduced Google Instant, a change to make search fast and interactive by showing you results instantly as you type.  With Instant we've turned search from a static HTML page into an AJAX application, just as we did with Google Maps and Gmail.
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
Blippy Founder: 40% Of Shared Purchases Are iTunes, But Ping's No Threat (TCTV)  —  Over the weekend Philip Kaplan, co-founder of social purchasing site Blippy tweeted out a link to Steve Jobs demoing iTunes Ping, with the added sly comment ,"Looks like Blippy."
Discussion: IntoMobile
Jonny Evans's blog:
Interview: Apple's AirPlay is a big, big business  —  Perhaps you didn't see it, but Apple last week helped create a brand-new $15 billion business when it introduced its new AirPlay music streaming system, which it is licensing to third party developers.  —  AirPlay will mean anyone with an iPod …
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Romin Irani / ProgrammableWeb:
USA Today to Throw Open its Data This Month  —  Media Content providers are increasingly opening up their vast amounts of data to developers.  The latest to announce this is USA Today, with plans to provide much of its content via an API later this month.  The nationwide newspaper aims …
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Ex-MySpace Execs Quietly Building New Startup Called Namesake  —  One good thing to come out of MySpace's slow demise: a bunch of former employees are creating startups left and right, mostly in Los Angeles and helping to grow the startup ecosystem there.  We're tracking Gravity, Mindjolt, Gogobot and Beachmint.
 
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