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Around the Web: 07.10.08: iPhone vs. Crackberry; Google vs. Yahoo

July 10, 2008 | 10:31 am

Iphone -- IPhone apps store is opening for business. LAT

-- CrackBerry use could lead to lawsuits. CNBC

-- More bad news? BlackBerry maker RIM is said to be struggling with Thunder touch controls. 9 to 5 Mac

-- A study finds that one-third of respondents made copies of DVDs in the previous six months. Bad news for movie studios? Not necessarily. BitPlayer

-- Nielsen says mobile Web is hitting critical mass. BBC

-- Are you switching from PC to Mac? Chris Pirillo

-- Google News is testing a new design. Google Operating System

-- Yang nets a rare victory over Page and Brin: Stanford chooses Yahoo's Zimbra. TechCrunch

-- Yahoo is going after click fraud. CNet

-- Yahoo is playing ad-supported games. Venture Beat

-- Blame the labels if no one makes money off ad-supported music. Silicon Alley Insider

-- True fact about Guy Kawasaki's Truemors site: It's been sold. Venture Beat

-- A little bit of green goes a long way: Allen & Co. builds shrub barrier to keep out the press in Sun Valley. Business Sheet

-- Zombie botnets continue to wreak havoc. Ars Technica

-- Want high resolution? Check out Hiperspace. Gizmodo

-- Jessica Guynn

Photo: Paul Sakuma / Associated Press