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Today on the net: Qualcomm wants to sell FLO TV, Canada’s Netflix users will have a hard time with bandwidth caps, 7-Eleven’s branded web show gets two million views in three weeks, YouTube has selected the jury for its Play award and more.

Microsoft Skips Over Mobile And Talks Xbox Live Instead; the company revealed during its earnings call that it’s now making as much money from Xbox Live movie, games and music downloads as from Xbox Live subscriptions. (paidcontent)

7-Eleven Web Series Has 2 Million Views; the 7-11 Road Trip Rally generated nearly 2 million views over three weeks. (Beet.tv)

Qualcomm Looking To Sell Off FLO TV; Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs said during yesterday’s earnings call that it has begun discussions with other companies regarding “alternatives” for the business. (CrunchGear)

RapidShare Scores Another Win Against Movie Studio; German court decides that one-click hoster does enough to prevent infringement. (TorrentFreak)

Canada Welcomes Netflix With… Lower Broadband Data Caps? Canadian ISPs lower their monthly data allowances just as Netflix announces its streaming-only service. (Ars Technica)

BBC News iPhone and iPad app launches in the UK; regulators finally the Beeb the give go-ahead to publish apps in the U.K. that have been available to international users since April. (BBC News)

FreeWheel Lands Univision and Scales Up for Live Events; the ad monetization provider dynamically served up to 64,000 simultaneous ad requests for ESPN3.com during the World Cup. (VideoNuze)

YouTube Play jury selected and ready to view your work; the search for the world’s most creative online video continues. (YouTube Blog)

  1. [...] all this in mind, Jacobs had said during its second-quarter investor call that the company was considering selling off the unit. But without a clear buyer stepping up, it appears Qualcomm might just shut the MediaFlo unit down [...]

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