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Around the Web 3.24.09: iPhone traffic, Zeebo consoles and Warner Bros. archives

March 24, 2009 |  7:13 am
Apple iPhone. Credit: William Hook via Flickr

-- iPhone accounts for half of U.S. smartphone Web traffic. TechCrunch

-- Head of SonyEricsson's U.S. operations quits. Twice

-- Startup Zeebo guns for console business in emerging markets. PaidContent

-- Competition squeezes margins for video content too. NYT

-- Skype plans to dial up business for money. TechDirt

-- What does a recession look like? Slate finds out, via Flickr.

-- Warner Bros. tries to lift DVD sales by cracking open its vault of classic movies. ArsTechnica

-- Are ads embedded in video games more effective than TV commercials? TechCrunch

-- Alex Pham