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Best Buy Will Sell the iPhone
Best Buy will be the first national retailer to sell Apple Inc.’s iPhone in the United States.

World Business Briefing | Asia: Singapore: Currency Rate Hurts Telecom Profit
Singapore Telecommunications, Southeast Asia’s largest phone company, reported a profit that fell more than analysts had estimated.

World Business Briefing | Europe: Belgium: Court Favors eBay in L’Oréal Case
A Belgian court dismissed all of the claims that the cosmetics maker L’Oréal brought against eBay over the sale of fake products on online auction sites, eBay said.

Video Game Review: Thrusts, Feints and Slashes, via Controller
Soul Calibur IV offers some of the most kinetic, balletic, gorgeously rendered over-the-top fighting experience on the market today.

TV Networks Rewrite the Definition of a News Bureau
CNN announced that it would assign journalists to 10 cities across the United States.

Advertising: A Film on the Trucking Life Also Promotes a Big Rig
A documentary film about truck drivers is being underwritten by a division of the Navistar International Corporation to help promote a new long-haul truck.

Bits: The Lessons From the Kindle's Success
An analyst now estimates will sell 380,000 of its Kindle e-book readers this year and it may have a $1 billion business from Kindle by 2010. The lesson of this: just as there is a wide range of tastes in books, different electronics will appeal to different people.

Bits: Google Says It Did Not Erase Maps of Georgia
Google says it didn't erase Georgia from its popular Google Maps service after hostilities broke out with Russia. The company says it never had enough local data on Georgia to offer a map.

Micros Systems Buys Fry Inc. for $31.1 Million
Micros Systems, a provider of information technology services for the hospitality and retail industries, said it has acquired Fry Inc. for $31.3 million plus the assumption of $18.4 million in debt.

Cyberspace Barrage Preceded Russian Invasion of Georgia
Weeks before physical bombs started falling on Georgia, a security researcher in suburban Massachusetts was watching an attack against the country in cyberspace.