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6:20 PM ET, November 27, 2010

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Matt Burns / TechCrunch:
Google TV Already In Trouble?  Sony Offering 25% Off Blu-ray Google TV Units  —  Google TV might be in a bit of a pickle if a Best Buy and Sony sale is any indication.  The platform launched a few weeks ago with the Logitech Revue and Sony Internet TV.  Both are loaded with the same system …
Adrian Chen / Gawker:
New Wikileaks Leak Will Likely be Released Tomorrow Afternoon  —  A (now-removed) note on the German magazine Der Spiegel's website strongly suggests secret-sharing website Wikileaks' latest leak, comprising thousands of confidential U.S. diplomatic cables, will be released at around 4:30pm EST tomorrow.
Discussion: WL Central
Quentyn Kennemer / Android Phone Fans:
Rovio: Over 7 Million People Helping Those Angry Birds Out on Android; Christmas Update Coming  —  Rovio's been fielding questions on their Twitter account from users in a conversation that went from inquiries about a Christmas add-on to why Angry Birds is free on Android and not on other platforms.
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune:
Apple bans Android magazine app  —  Tells a Danish publisher he can't sell a magazine about Google's OS in Apple's App Store  —  Tuesday seems to have been Apple's (AAPL) day for saying “No.”  —  First Apple Legal ordered the Chinese manufacturer of a Steve Jobs look-alike doll to stop making the popular action figure.
Electronista:
Symbian.org shuts down Dec. 17, online distros going away  —  The Symbian Foundation late on Friday posted a warning that it would shut down its websites and its online distribution of source code on December 17.  The move follows Nokia's takeover of development and will see all code …
Sean Hollister / Engadget:
Infinitec Infinite USB Memory Drive review  —  The idea behind Infinitec's Infinite USB Memory Drive is actually quite straightforward, but we've found that when we tell friends and acquaintances about the unit, it often boggles their minds.  So, we'll try to keep it real simple …
Michael B. McLaughlin / Bob Taco Industries:
My Thoughts On “ChevronWP7”  —  Today (well, yesterday now) was Thanksgiving here in the U.S. In addition to doing my traditional family things (making and eating a large, Turkey-centered dinner), I found some time to pop on to the computer.  To my dismay I saw that the #WP7 hashtag on Twitter …
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DSLreports:
OpenDNS: We're Being Blocked By Verizon Wireless  —  Wants FCC to act on network neutrality protections  —  OpenDNS was founded in 2006 and quickly made a lot of fans around here due to their fast, reliable DNS servers and DNS services.  It has been a profitable business …
Joanna Stern / Engadget:
Jolicloud Jolibook review  —  The Jolicloud Jolibook.  Oh yes, it's sounded like a made-up device ever since the pictures of it started to leak out, but the netbook centered around the Jolicloud Linux operating system is indeed a real product.  So real that we've been using the Atom N550-powered system over the past few days.
Om Malik / GigaOM:
No Hiccups.  Online Shopping Off To A Good Start  —  By most estimates, 2010 will be a record year for online sales during the all-important months of November and December (collectively known as the holiday season.)  And so far, things are off to a rocking start.
Discussion: CNET News, Thanks:blogfisher
Josh Constine / Inside Facebook:
Add a Friend Without Knowing Their Name with Facebook's Updated Find Friends Browser  —  Facebook has changed the interface for its Find Friends Browser, switching to checkboxes for filtering, adding infinite scroll, and making the Add as Friend buttons constantly visible.
Discussion: All Facebook
Matt McGee / Search Engine Land:
How Did The Beatles Sell 2 Million Songs On iTunes?  Mostly Facebook (Not Search)  —  Although at least one recent study says search beats social media when it comes to product discovery, those rules don't apply to The Beatles.  When you're known worldwide and have set the standard …
Robert Andrews / paidContent:UK:
Court Says UK Papers Can Command Levies From Pay-For News Monitor Customers  —  In an important first-instance ruling, the UK High Court has upheld a stipulation that operators and customers of paid digital news monitor services should pay newspapers for crawling their stories.
 
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Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
Former Digg VP Of Engineering Lands At Gilt Groupe
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W.J. Hennigan / L.A. Times Tech Blog:
Cyber Monday deals will be more aggressive and more widespread, retail group says
Discussion: Examiner, Gearlog and I4U News
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Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac:
Cydia hack enables Airplay in all apps
Nathan Olivarez-Giles / Los Angeles Times:
For some, the Microsoft Store concept is a puzzle
Discussion: TUAW, Electronista and Daring Fireball