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Morning Digest: Google, Ooyala, Wikileaks, MSM, Pandora, Voda, Symbian, Viom

Google to end contracts with 7 Chinese ad agents – Reuters

Ooyala Launches Video Paywall Powered By PayPal – TechCrunch

The TRAI has said that they’ve almost completed framing regulations on Spam SMS & calls, and will publish the regulations by the end of the month. Additionally, they will also announce details of 2G spectrum pricing. Details at Businessline here and here

Sweden rejects WikiLeaks editor’s residency request – CNN

A Newspaper Pay Wall Goes Up-And So Do Visitor Numbers – AllThingsD

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MultiScreen Media is looking to acquire regional TV channels – PTI

Vodafone ready to buy Essar stake – Times of India

Ray Ozzie leaving post as Microsoft’s chief software architect – Microsoft

Symbian Foundation’s Head Lee Williams Resigns After Two Years On The Job – MocoNews

The Business Of Burying Internet Search Results – NPR

India’s Viom readies for $1.5 bln IPO-sources – Reuters

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JustDial plans to raise Rs. 70 crore via an IPO. The DRHP will be filed December 2010 or January 2011 – More at  WSJ

Android revenue exceeds iPhone for mobile ad network Millennial Media – VentureBeat

IndusInd Media looks to raise up to Rs 500 cr – PTI

Microsoft Announces Office 365 – Microsoft

Google goes social: shows “shared by” with Google News results – Search Engine Land

Pandora Now Available on TiVo Series3 and TiVo HD boxes – Tivo

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