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  • Apple sold 6.5 million iPods$1.2 billion worthduring their fiscal fourth quarter but like Steinbrenner always wanting more from the Yankees, Wall Street collectively screams "Not good enough. Try harder!" [Financial Times]
  • A San Francisco radio station and HP team up to turn iPaqs into friendly neighborhood tour guides.
    [San Francisco Chronicle]
  • Several prestigious university research departments gather to form a Voltron-like entity that will focus on applying nanotechnology to make the world a better place. They'll call themselves GEM4 even though 10 schools are collaborating on the project. Before you dare question their math, take note that GEM4 stands for Global Enterprise for Micro-Mechanics and Molecular Medicine. [Boston Globe]
  • Long at odds over their respective media players, Microsoft and RealNetworks finally are pals again. The Seattle boys will now focus on beating the snot out of the bully over in Cupertino. [LA Times (reg)]
  • That pink Madonna iPod is still officially a rumor, but the New York Post is pretty confident it'll be one of the "One More Things" introduced by Apple today.
    [NY Post (reg)]

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