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Apple’s Jobs Responds To Developer Complaints; In a couple of emails, Jobs said Apple doesn’t want apps to work the same across devices, but wants iPhone/iPad apps to be singular and best used on its own devices. (paidContent) Meanwhile, Adobe CTO Lynch Smacks Back at Apple’s […]

Apple’s Jobs Responds To Developer Complaints; In a couple of emails, Jobs said Apple doesn’t want apps to work the same across devices, but wants iPhone/iPad apps to be singular and best used on its own devices. (paidContent) Meanwhile, Adobe CTO Lynch Smacks Back at Apple’s “Protectionist Strategy.” (All Things D)

Riding 3D Cinema Trend, RealD Files $200M IPO; with the release of Clash of the Titans, the recent premiere of How to Train Your Dragon and Disney’s Alice in Wonderland still in theaters, the company has three big box office films powered by its technology. (alarm:clock)

ABC Puts Show Commentary Feature Online; the new feature takes popular shows like Lost, Grey’s Anatomy and General Hospital and has actors, producers and others give behind-the-scenes insight about the show. (Broadcasting & Cable)

Google Accused of YouTube ‘Free Ride’; Telefónica, France Telecom and Deutsche Telekom all said Google should start paying them for carrying bandwidth-hungry content such as YouTube video over their networks. (Financial Times)

IneoQuest’s Vloop Video-Feedback Venture Debuts at NAB; the service, which is free to consumers, uses Facebook’s back-end system to let users chat with each other, rate TV shows and report problems with their service. (Multichannel News)

iiNet Unveils IPTV Plans With Fetch; Australian Internet service provider iiNet has become the first top-tier ISP to sign a deal with new IPTV provider Fetch TV. (Rapid TV News)

Nielsen’s Targets Location-Based Video Ad Networks; Nielsen now measures ad exposures by video networks in venues like movie theaters, bars and restaurants, health clubs, gas stations, and hotels. (Nielsen blog)

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