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LG Electronics Adopting ARM Processors; newest TVs feature so many functions, like widgets and the ability to display web pages, a more general-purpose microprocessor is needed. (VentureBeat) White House YouTube Privacy Update; the code still sends cookies back to Google when a video is watched, but […]

LG Electronics Adopting ARM Processors; newest TVs feature so many functions, like widgets and the ability to display web pages, a more general-purpose microprocessor is needed. (VentureBeat)

White House YouTube Privacy Update; the code still sends cookies back to Google when a video is watched, but Google doesn’t store the information anywhere. (MediaMemo)

WetPaint Unveils TV Fandex; service tracks “fan engagement” of popular TV shows on Facebook, Twitter, Google and WetPaint’s own network of fan sites. (The Hollywood Reporter)

Break.com Launches MadeMan.com; site to go after (surprise!) guys with info on gadgets, sports and night clubs, as well as such Break-like videos as “Hot Babes Test Bras on a Roller Coaster.” (MediaWeek)

Soon-to-Be SyFy Network Buys Up Negative Domains; network braces for backlash over rebranding by purchasing names including SyfySucks.com and NoSyFy.com (NoSyfy slipped through their grasp). (Broadcasting & Cable)

JibJab Makes Barack Obama a Superhero; new original animated music vid, He’s Barack Obama, packs some presidential punch. (JibJab)

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  1. I don’t know if you guys correct posts, but if you double-check that Broadcasting and Cable article (or the Web site), SyFy did NOT buy NoSyFy.com.

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  2. I don’t know if you guys correct posts, but if you double-check that Broadcasting and Cable article (or the Web site), SyFy did NOT buy NoSyFy.com.
    Oops…forgot to say great post! Looking forward to your next one.

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  3. Chris Albrecht Tuesday, June 23, 2009

    You are correct CJ. That was my fault. Updated.

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