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Feb. 25, 2010, 9:37 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Tivo may launch Internet video search, Boxee launches micropayment platform, Internet is rapidly going mobile

The Internet is rapidly going mobile: smart phone Web requests up 32% since July 2009 http://j.mp/beZiej »

Newspaper sites are the top pick for local info in a recent comScore study. “Portals” slide in a very close second http://j.mp/bGHPIG »

Newsonomics of profit: in the 4th quarter, Gannett, the largest U.S. news chain, pulled in just 7% of Google’s profit http://j.mp/aolwkl »

Predicting users will pay for quality content, Boxee launches a payment platform for Internet content on TV http://j.mp/bsPQYo »

What’s the market for the iPad? One in six iPhone users is interested in buying one http://j.mp/coEw1P »

Tivo may launch new product that pulls YouTube, Netflix content alongside TV listings http://j.mp/9NNzH1 »

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Business Insider’s owner signed a huge OpenAI deal. ChatGPT still won’t credit the site’s biggest scoops
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