iPod Hi-Def, Google fesses & Google dance, Digg debate, SayNow & more
File-sharing site Kazaa will become a legal -- The music download service has also agreed to pay $100m in damages to the record industry.
Google to fess up on click-fraud -- You've seen the reports by researchers saying that Google is taking "reasonable" measures to prevent Click fraud or the practice where publishers click on ads on their own site to generate revenue. Now Google says it will disclose to advertisers the number of clicks on ads that it deems are fraudulent.
37 Signals offers voicenotes and calendar on its "to-do" Backpack service -- Backpack is a service where you can collect to-do notes for yourself online. It is now offering a new feature where you can call in and leave voicenotes at any Web page of your Backpack account. Details here. It is also offering a calendar.
Some are saying the top 100 Digg users control 56 percent of Digg's homepage content. Although Digg's Kevin rose disputes that.
Google Dance is August 8th -- but ends at 11pm.
Intelleflex, another RFID company -- of San Jose, has raised a $15.5 million in a second round of funding led by new investor Morgenthaler Ventures.
Is Zillow a Web 2.0 company? -- Somebody asked us that in comments on our recent post about the online real estate company. We gave him a few answers, but this week Zillow has responded in force, announcing an open API
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