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Around the Web 07.11.08: iPhone day, Google swastika follies and TV music

July 11, 2008 | 10:24 am
New iPhone owner in London

-- The phone: Dissection of the new Apple iPhone. Wired

-- The lines: iPhone bloggers report from around the world. Engadget

-- The signficance: How the new iPhone App Store could change the world. TUAW.

-- The money: And even before opening, the App Store has already earned Apple some hard cash. TechCrunch

-- The man: Steve Jobs gets the all clear from the Feds. The Apple CEO and two other former Apple executives will not face criminal charges related to backdating of stock options. Mercury News

-- Forget the iPhone and iPod: One-third of people surveyed listened to their music over their TVs. Hypebot

-- Google controversy of the minute: Google apologizes for the swastika rising to the top search trends - and removes it from the list. LAT

-- That giant sucking sound: Online video consumes a lot of investment but hasn't figured out how to pay its way. Silicon Alley Insider

-- Tonight on the PC: An online soap opera for gays has a serious message. LAT

-- Gobbled: The Guardian Media Group buys ContentNext Media, the Santa Monica company that publishes the digital entertainment blog All Things Digital

-- Then there were none: After the abrupt departure of VMware's CEO this week, no women have the top job of the top Silicon Valley companies. Mercury News

-- Michelle Quinn

Photo of a man in London Friday with his new iPhone. Credit: Andy Rain / EPA