How it feels to use Sony’s first Google TV – Gizmodo

Apple is in talks with RCOM and Tata Indicom (corrected) to launch a CDMA iPhone in India, reports WSJ

Internet Ad Revenues Break Records, Climb to More Than $12 Billion for First Half of ’10 – IAB

Nokia launched the N8 in India yesterday

Ars Technica: banned in Iran! – Ars Technica

Digg has a new CEO, Matt Williams – Digg Blog

Demand Media Lays Out Some More Details About Its IPO – Paidcontent

Tata Teleservices Ltd has crossed the 80 million connections mark, adding 2.14 million customers in the month of September 2010, taking just over five and a half years to reach the mark. The company claims a connection growth of 100% in the last 12 months, and closed the month with 80,306,495 connections (wireless and wireline). And it has tried a lot to get there – franchise agreements with Virgin Mobile and the Future Group, launching the pay per second plan for calls, and pay per character and pay per kb for SMS and GPRS respectively. Now for 3G in India by Diwali.

Amazon iPhone app now supports barcode scanning for price comparison – Gizmodo

Radical change coming to Net addresses (FAQ) – CNET

Digital set-top box market to rise 10% to 226 million by 2015 – FierceIPTV

Google Executive Marissa Mayer Takes New Role in Location, Local Services – Bloomberg

BubbleMotion, which launched the voice blogging platform Bubbly in India, has also tied up with KDDI in Japan to launch the service as Kow-Now – Forbes

Pandora Chases Drive-Time Radio After Capturing Mobile Market – Bloomberg

Why Windows Phone 7 Will Make Android Look Chaotic – Gadget Lab

Bing And Facebook Making Search Announcement Tomorrow – All About Facebook

Hindi channels plan overseas expansion, target NRIs, PIOs – Mint

Introducing App Hub for Windows Phone 7 & Indie Game Developers – Windows Blog

Newspapers must strike balance between print & web: FT editor – Financial Express

Yahoo Returns To No. 2 Video Site, Ahead Of Facebook – SearchEngineLand

Olive Telecom to sell devices online – BusinessLine