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Around the Web 5.5.09: Jimmy Fallon gets a Webby, EA studio gets a new name and Star Wars fans get hitched

May 5, 2009 | 10:24 am
Jimmy Fallon
Comedian Jimmy Fallon. Credit: Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times.

-- Jimmy Fallon is the Webby Awards Person of the Year. Reuters

-- Eye-Fi users can now share videos, upload directly to YouTube. TWICE

-- Startup Particle launches three Web services, with an endorsement from Justin Timberlake. TechCrunch

-- Marvel revenue zoomed 75%, propelled by "Iron Man" DVDs, but profit sank 2%. paidContent

-- Electronic Arts names its development studio in Redwood City "Visceral Games." Variety

-- How one couple celebrated Star Wars Day. May the force be with them. Neatorama

-- Apple rumor du jour: A Twitter acquisition. AppleInsider

-- Some argue that the FTC probe into Apple and Google won't amount to much. PCWorld

-- Microsoft memo doesn't rule out additional layoffs. Mary Jo Foley via ZDNet

-- Alex Pham