Tuesday’s FSJ News Wrap

We read the blogs, so you don’t have to.  From the FSJ News Center: Want your own search engine? Call IAC, ask for Barry.  Phil Schiller says no more new Apple stuff in 2009. Just in time for Christmas, another Apple store in NYC.  The Microsoft online services are losing money.  Om Malik: Destroyer of Macbooks?

Ask Barry Diller..he’ll tell you his search engine is for sale.  (Search Engine Land)

Apple prepping store number four in Manhattan. (CNET)

An Apple fan takes an i-poke at Droid.  (Silicon Alley Insider)

That’s it for Apple stuff in 2009, says “Killer” Schiller. (Gizmodo)

Then again…maybe that’s not what he meant. Apple giving mixed signals?  Can’t be.  (Ars Technica)

Want to know who to blame thank for Google Wave?  (CNN)

Yahoo! to launch real time search.  (TechCrunch)

Google releases SDK for Android 2.0.  (CNET)

Microsoft’s online ventures aren’t quite helping the bottom line.  (Guardian)

A review of the best smartphones out there places the iPhone on top.  (TechCrunch)

As far as market share goes, iPhone is runner-up, but closing in.  (Yahoo! Tech)

Obama placing big bucks towards a new power grid.  (Yahoo! News)

Los Angeles is “going Google.”  (Yahoo! Tech)

Om Malik is either tough on his gear, or having really bad luck.  (Twitter)

And finally- zombies from outer space.  In bikinis.  Really.  (MobileCrunch)