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November 11, 2010: 6:00 AM ET

Every day, the Fortune staff spends hours poring over tech stories, posts, and reviews from all over the Web to keep tabs on the companies that matter. We've assembled the day's most newsworthy bits below.

  • Less than an hour after TV media like Anderson Cooper and Dr. Phil accused Amazon of "peddling pedophilia" for recognizing and selling a pedophile "how-to" guide on Amazon's Bestsellers list, the ecommerce site pulled it from its catalog. Amazon had initially argued freedom of speech for offering such content, but that tunes has clearly changed. (Tom's Tech Blog)
  • Motorola filed a lawsuit last night against Microsoft, claiming the Redmond-based digital giant is violating 16 patents covering Xbox-related video, Wi-Fi and password protection. (electronista)
  • Cisco shares plunged nearly 13% to $21.33 in after-hours trading after the company released a disappointing revenue outlook for the current quarter. (AFP)
  • Rejoice, Boxee fans! Not only can you finally pick up the long-awaited Boxee Box, which presents a cleaner, slicker all-new Boxee interface for watching all sorts of web video and a remote with a dedicated Netflix button for one-press access, but CEO Avner Ronen also confirms Hulu Plus access is on the way as well. More
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