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3:20 PM ET, April 3, 2011

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Mike Lennon / SecurityWeek:
Massive Breach at Epsilon Compromises Customer Lists of Major Brands  —  Major Breach at World's Largest Permission Based Email Marketing Services Company Affects Wide Range of Major Brands - List Continues to Grow  —  Due to the growing list of brands disclosing that they have been compromised …
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Dan Hart / Bloomberg:
JPMorgan, Kroger, Capital One, TiVo Warn of E-Mail Breaches  —  JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM), Kroger Co., Capital One Financial Corp. (COF) and TiVo Inc. (TIVO) said they were affected by a security breach that may have enabled an unauthorized person to see some customers' names and e-mail addresses.
Discussion: The Next Web, CNET News and Joe Manna
Marco Arment / Marco.org:
Time bombs  —  Fred Wilson today updated and reiterated his suggestion to develop on Android first: … I don't think so.  The Verizon iPhone has only been out for two months, and it has shown steady daily sales, comparable to the GSM model in the U.S., but without a massive bump up front.
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Henry Blodget / SAI:
Android Is Destroying Everyone, Especially RIM — iPhone Dead In Water
Discussion: Beyond Search and MobileSyrup.com
Fred / A VC:
Android (continued)  —  Roughly six months ago, I put …
Discussion: eWeek and Howard Lindzon
comScore, Inc.:
comScore Reports February 2011 U.S. Mobile Subscriber Market Share
Vlad Savov / Engadget:
Gmail Motion April Fools' gag inevitably turned into reality using Kinect (video)  —  It had to happen.  When Google showed off a new and revolutionary Gmail Motion control scheme yesterday, it failed to fool most people, but it didn't fail to catch the attention of some motion control geeks with Kinect cameras on hand.
Matt Rosoff / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider:
Ballmer HAD To Make Windows The Center Of Microsoft's Tablet Strategy — Even If It Kills Them  —  Microsoft's tablet strategy — wait for the next version of Windows — will probably end up costing the company its long-held Windows monopoly, at least among consumers.
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Mark Gurman / 9 to 5 Mac:
Apple releases iPad 2 ad: “we believe”  —  Apple has just released a TV advertisement for the new iPad 2.  The new advertisement is certainly dramatic and pushes Apple's concept of the iPad truly being a personal device.
Nick Bilton / New York Times:
Erasing the Digital Past  —  THE Internet never forgets.  —  Just ask the New York City teacher who recently divorced his wife of five years.  Drop his name into Google, and his ex-wife appears in pictures of vacations and Christmas parties.  “It's difficult when you're trying to date …
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
Why the US needs to blacklist, censor pirate websites  —  Piracy runs rampant on the Internet, but Daniel Castro says it doesn't have to be this way.  He wants the US government to start creating a blacklist of Internet sites; once approved by a judge, each site would be cut off …
Discussion: GamePolitics News
Riva Richmond / New York Times:
The RSA Hack: How They Did It  —  The hack last month at RSA Security has been shrouded in mystery.  —  How did a hacker manage to infiltrate one of the world's top computer-security companies?  And could the data that was stolen be used to impair its SecurID products …
Mike Isaac / Gadget Lab:
Android Trojan Highlights Risks of Open Markets  —  Android users who go outside the official Android Market must be careful which apps they install.  Photo (of an HTC Droid Eris) by Jon Snyder/Wired.com  —  Android enthusiasts have long championed Google's “open” philosophy towards the smartphone platform.
Discussion: eWeek and MobileBurn.com
Ben Woods / ZDNet:
Ubuntu Natty Narwhal beta surfaces from Canonical  —  The first beta version of the Natty Narwhal Ubuntu operating system is available, bringing with it the new Unity desktop as standard.  —  The release marks the first public beta phase of the Ubuntu 11.04 and combines the netbook and desktop editions.
Discussion: The Register and DesktopLinux.com
Cade Metz / The Register:
Mozilla puts squeeze on slow Firefox add-ons  —  Firebug tops slow startup list  —  Mozilla is cracking down on Firefox add-ons that put an undue drag on the performance of the open source browser.  —  With a blog post on Friday, Mozilla said that within the next two weeks …
 
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