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Morning Digest: PeopleSpeak, MSFT-Adobe, AdRBT, Termination Charges, Airtel

Microsoft looking to buy Adobe? – PaidContent

Another player in the AdRBT space: a company called Ringa Communications. A press release here

Google News Experiments with Twitter Integration –Mashable

Bharti Airtel inks network deals with Ericsson and Huawei – details here

Retailers Worldwide Struggle to Keep Up With M-Commerce Demands AdAge

Tata Communications has launched enterprise apps and services. Details here

Sizes And Pricing for Sony Google TV Family Leaked – Sony Insider

ICICI Bank has launched a Hindi version of its website. A note up at India Infoline

Firefox 4 Beta for Android and Maemo is Now Available –  Mozilla Blog

Conde Nast traveller India magazine is now available for ipad, pc and mac. Available here

Frequent posting biggest reason for losing Facebook friends Telegraph

Google News Testing Twitter Integration With “Friends” – Search Engine Land

Bit.ly Raises $10M in Series B funding – Bit.ly Blog

DQ Entertainment has signed a co-production deal for Lassie. Details here

Call termination charges in India may be reduced – Report in ET

Japan’s DeNA to buy iPhone game publisher Ngmoco for more than $400M? – VentureBeat

Ubuntu Extends Cloud Service to Smartphones – GigaOm

Interesting little aside: Idea Cellular appears to have launched a number where users can call in learn day-to-day communication in multiple languages. Looks like a marketing initiative, in line with a TV ad that they’ve been running. Via Business Line

MTS will launch services in the state of Uttar Pradesh by early November – More at ET

Indus India Fund Mauritius buys 4.6 lakh shares of Eros – MoneyControl

Microsoft licenses some mobile patents to Palm – Reuters

How to do content strategy- http://slidesha.re/abWaPE (via KarthikS)

People Speak

Raju Narisetti, Washington Post:

– “Facebook is the place where I want our journalism to be – where the people are” – via Newspaper World

– “When the HuffPo gets to £80m in digital revenue I might be willing to talk to Arianna (Huffington)” – via Journalism News

Vijay Shekhar Sharma, One97: “I know the bulk sms pipe in india opened today. Someone please make such sms’ cost more than 50 paisa.” (source)

Rafat Ali: “This trail has already been blazed” a well though-out perspective on media entrepreneurship http://bit.ly/bQXoDr” (source)

Rammohan Sundaram, NetworkPlay: “The advisory board is now coming together and is looking robust, strong and committed. Some big names of the industry have confirmed. Sweet!” (source)

Arivan Govindan, Envivo: “world embraces http adaptive streaming but OnMobile chooses a dead technology like ondemand transcoding with dilithium”

Rishi Khiani, Times Internet Ltd: “With over 3 million pv’s a day since relaunch, ET is fast on its way to become India’s no. 1 financial portal” (source)

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