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8:15 AM ET, September 26, 2011

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New York Times:
Netflix Secures Streaming Deal With DreamWorks  —  LOS ANGELES — DreamWorks Animation, the company behind successful movie franchises like “Madagascar” and “Shrek,” said it had completed a deal to pump its films and television specials through Netflix, replacing a less lucrative pact with HBO.
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Greg Sandoval / CNET News:
Netflix-DreamWorks deal is more spin than win  —  Is Netflix desperate to generate positive news?  —  DreamWorks Animation is well respected but it ain't no Pixar.  One of DreamWorks's duds at the box office was ‘Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas.’  —  Sure seems that way.
Janko Roettgers / GigaOM:
Netflix steals Dreamworks from HBO
Discussion: Fortune and GigaOM
Bloomberg:
Apple Cuts IPad Supply Chain Orders: JPMorgan  —  Apple Inc. is cutting orders to vendors in the supply chain for its iPad tablet computer, a move that may result in slower sales for companies including Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., JPMorgan Chase & Co. said in a report.
Mike Elgan / Cult of Mac:
Why Apple Needs a Real Social Network  —  In a single week, Facebook has become not just a competitor to Apple, but the Mother of All Apple Competitors.  —  Facebook this week announced a series of initiatives and partnerships that the New York Times says makes Facebook a “primary entertainment hub.”
Matt Rosoff / Business Insider:
Inside Sean Parker's Totally Deluxe Off-The-Hook Spotify Party  —  Facebook investor Sean Parker stole some of Facebook's thunder last night.  —  While Facebookers and F8 attendees were getting down at the official party, Parker was throwing a much smaller — but way cooler — party a few blocks away.
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Michael Arrington / Uncrunched:
What Exactly Am I Doing Here At Uncrunched?  —  William Shatner once asked me what exactly I was doing at TechCrunch, the blog I started in June 2005.  Let's put aside the fact that I was testing out a new service that got celebrity autographs and a video in exchange for cash.
Laura June / This is my next:
Facebook's new sharing is anything but ‘frictionless’  —  Just a few days ago, Facebook announced a number of significant changes, most importantly of which is the morphing of personal profiles into “timelines,” where each update, tagging, event, and photo is now a “story” of one's life.
Discussion: TechCrunch
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Logging out of Facebook is not enough
Tom Krazit / paidContent:
Why Cutting A Deal With Oracle Should Be Google's Top Android Priority  —  It's a little amusing to think of Google (NSDQ: GOOG) CEO Larry Page and Oracle CEO Larry Ellison sitting across a negotiating table from one another: other than the fact that they are both billionaires named Larry …
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
PayPal Now Processing $315 Million In Payments Per Day  —  Wow.  PayPal released some new public numbers recently that show the payments platform is processing a massive number of payments per day.  PayPal says that it saw $3,650 in Total Payment Volume every second in Q2 2011.
Discussion: FT Tech Hub
Tom Warren / WinRumors:
Samsung Omnia W Windows Phone announced, due in October  —  Samsung announced its latest Windows Phone handset on Monday.  —  The Samsung Omnia W will be available at the end of October, with initial shipments starting in Italy.  The Omnia W runs Microsoft's Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” …
Peter Murray / Singularity Hub:
Supercomputer Predicts Revolution  —  The writing's on the wall...or in the fine print of the world's news media.  A new software claims that the recent Arab Spring revolutions could have been predicted by tracking global news “tone.”  —  A new type of software has been shown to predict revolutions …
Discussion: TechEye and Slashdot
Seth Weintraub / 9to5Google:
Samsung announces 10 million Galaxy SII devices sold into the channel  —  With the US launch of the Galaxy SII phone underway, Samsung today announced that they have sold 10 million Galaxy SII devices into sales channels.  That follows hints earlier that the 10 million number was expected by the end of the year.
Bloomberg:
Alibaba Plans to Spin Off HiChina Group, List Stock in U.S.  —  Sept. 26 (Bloomberg) — Alibaba.com Ltd., the business-to- business marketplace operator owned by China's biggest e- commerce company, plans to list its HiChina Group Ltd. domain- name service unit in the U.S.
Discussion: Reuters
 
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Google Offers Having Banner Month in September
Discussion: Business Insider, Thanks:vacanti
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