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1:05 AM ET, September 17, 2010

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Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
Fraudulent Groupon Photography Deal Calls Attention To Service Drawbacks  —  A photography deal offered on Groupon in Atlanta yesterday turned messy when it was revealed that the photographer had promoted her work with stolen images and was far from equipped to carry out the terms of the Groupon.
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Andrew / Groublogpon:
Too much of a good thing?  —  Traditionally, the biggest problem for most small businesses is getting customers in the door.  Now, Groupon has presented some businesses with an entirely new problem: what happens when you have too many customers?  —  There have been a handful …
Jessie Burke / Posies Cafe:
Groupon in Retrospect
Blake Irving / Yodel Anecdotal:
Looking Ahead: The Future of Yahoo! Products  —  A few months ago, when I first yodeled my way into Yahoo!, I told folks that I was stoked for the opportunity to join up with some of the smartest and best-in-class talent in the world to deliver the future products vision for a company with such a rich history.
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Kakul Srivastava / Yahoo! Mail Blog:
Get Ready... Yahoo! Mail Beta Is Coming  —  Don't blink.  Some big changes are happening to your Yahoo! Mail.  —  In the next few weeks, you'll be able to experience Yahoo! Mail Beta, a faster, cleaner, and safer way for you to communicate and share with the people you care about most.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Yahoo's Internal Three Year Plan: 1 Billion Users And $10 Billion In Revenue  —  Yahoo unveiled a bevy of new product features today at a press event, and Yahoo product chief Blake Irving told the crowd “You're going to see things over the next few years that will feel a little bit different.”
Anthony Ha / VentureBeat:
Yahoo unveils three-year plan to become cool again
Discussion: blogs.ft.com and The Register
Bloomberg:
Verizon Won't Sell Microsoft Windows Phone 7 at Start  —  Sept. 16 (Bloomberg) — Verizon Wireless, the largest U.S. mobile-phone carrier, won't sell handsets with Microsoft Corp.'s Windows Phone 7 operating system when it debuts this year, a blow to the software maker's efforts to reach a broad market.
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Ina Fried / CNET News:
Windows Phone 7 will be GSM-only in 2010  —  When Windows Phone 7 arrives later this year, it will be sold globally, but only for GSM networks.  Microsoft has opted to delay until next year the CDMA version as it works to finish work on its major rewrite of its phone operating system.
Jeanette Borzo / Digits:
Microsoft Has No Plans To Make Another Smartphone, Exec Says
Lauren Goode / Digits:
Samsung is Latest to Push Mobile Media and Apps for TVs  —  As Samsung Electronics promotes its version of Apple's iPad Thursday, the company is also revealing its answer to the iTunes store — or at least the video portion of it.  —  As part of the U.S. unveiling of the Galaxy Tab …
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Mark Gurman / 9 to 5 Mac:
Netflix works over AirPlay  —  We tested Netflix on our iPad and it works with Apple's AirPlay service.  We connected some speakers to an Airport Express and the audio from the Netflix film wirelessly streamed and played perfectly with absolutely no hiccups.
Discussion: TiPb and Erictric, Thanks:markgurman
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Details Of The Google Social Layer Emerge  —  Facebook may have known all the details about Google's new social product for months, but we're just now getting our sources to talk.  —  On Tuesday Google CEO Eric Schmidt gave additional details on the plan.  We posted the entire press conference video …
Wall Street Journal:
VMware Is in Talks to Acquire Novell's Linux Software Unit  —  Novell Inc. is in advanced talks with at least two buyers, including VMware Inc., to sell the software company in separate pieces, people familiar with the matter said.  —  VMware is pursuing Novell's SUSE Linux operating system business, these people said.
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Matt Asay / GigaOM:
Novell's Patents Are Complicating Its Sale
Wall Street Journal:
U.S. Tech Probe Nears End  —  Several of the U.S.'s largest technology companies are in advanced talks with the Justice Department to avoid a court battle over whether they colluded to hold down wages by agreeing not to poach each other's employees.  —  The companies, which include Google Inc. …
Serge Lachapelle / Gmail Blog:
New in Labs: Video chat enhancements  —  If you use video chat in Gmail, you might be interested in a new Labs feature we just rolled out that allows you to preview new video chat features before they're turned on for everyone.  Visit the Gmail Labs tab under Settings, turn on …
Discussion: The Next Web
Tim Stevens / Engadget:
Logitech Revue with Google TV coming 9/29 for $299, Dish Network offering discounts?  —  Google TV is coming, and Logitech's Revue is gonna bring it to ya first.  But, if you're a Dish Network subscriber, it looks like you might be able to get yours for cheaper — a lot cheaper.
Brandon Watson / Windows Phone Developer Blog:
Windows Phone Developer Tools Are Final  —  When the Windows Phone 7 OS went gold two weeks ago, the Windows Phone ecosystem began the final preparations for the upcoming launch.  OEMs and mobile operators have begun final testing of their handsets, but developers have had to wait just a little while longer to complete apps and games.
Cris Castello / Google LatLong:
View Near Real-time Flights over the U.S. in Google Earth  —  Thanks to our friends at Flightwise.com, we've published a new, dynamically updating KML file of commercial flights over the U.S. Turn on the layer to see the current location and altitude of thousands of flights, in near real-time.
Discussion: The Next Web
AppleInsider:
iOS 4.2 packs new, improved YouTube, FaceTime features and more  —  Apple's forthcoming iOS 4.2 update for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch includes a number of subtle improvements that have not yet been publicized, including expanded features for YouTube and FaceTime.  AppleInsider offers a closer look.
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Google Voice Founder Resigns, Joins Google Ventures As EIR  —  Google Voice cofounder Craig Walker has resigned as a Google group product manager.  But he's staying in the family - he's joining Google Ventures as the firm's first entrepreneur in residence.  —  Walker was previously the CEO …
Discussion: Bits, PE Hub Blog and GigaOM
Dan Goodin / The Register:
Code for open-source Facebook riddled with landmines  —  Diaspora release not for noobs  —  Four New York University students who raised a bundle of cash to build a privacy-preserving alternative to Facebook sure have their work cut out for them.  —  The release of pre-alpha source code …
Discussion: SFGate, webpronews.com and SiliconANGLE
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines Blog:
Verizon Wireless adds Good to Android lineup; Bad news for RIM  —  As if Research in Motion didn't have enough to worry about, Verizon Wireless has teamed up with Good Technology to equip all of its Android devices with better enterprise-grade security and management.
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Tricia Duryee / mocoNews:
RIM Sells Record Number Of BlackBerry Devices; Beats Q2 Estimates
Phil Goldstein / FierceWireless:
AT&T to launch LTE by mid-2011  —  AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) will launch commercial LTE service by mid-2011, and will cover between 70 million and 75 million POPs by the end of next year, a top executive said.  —  Speaking at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch 2010 Media, Communications …
Elinor Mills / CNET News:
Intel: Leaked HDCP copy protection code is legit  —  Intel has confirmed that code posted to the Internet earlier this week is the master key that is part of an Intel-created standard used to make sure only authorized devices are playing copyright-protected movies.
Frederic Lardinois / ReadWriteWeb:
An iPad App that Stays in Sync with Your TV  —  The days when TV viewers did nothing else while watching their favorite shows are long over.  Instead, many viewers now multitask while watching TV and browse the Internet on their laptops, iPads and smartphones.
 
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Sean Percival / lalawag:
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Discussion: socalTECH.com and TechCrunch
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Wayne Rash / eWeek:
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Alexis Madrigal / The Atlantic Online:
Extreme Netflix Some Users Have Rated 50,000 Movies
Discussion: NewTeeVee
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac:
Oh Goody! Microsoft is working on iPad Apps
Alexei Oreskovic / Reuters:
Exclusive: Yahoo CEO says no interest in Alibaba stake sale
Tamlin Magee / TechEye:
Why the snooping ex Google engineer is in trouble
Richard Tom / Hulu Blog:
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Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune:
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