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A recent Neilsen report reveals that for the first time in twenty years, fewer Americans own TVs. While there were only about one million less television households this year, Neilsen believes it represents a larger trend. Internet video consumption will continue to cut into television use. In other news, the Seoul police recently raided Google’s office in South Korea over suspicions of data collections. Authorities said that Google’s advertising arm AdMob was collecting information without the consent of the Korean Communication Commission. South Korea previously challenged Google over its Street View cars and local Internet portals have filed multiple antitrust complaints. And finally, Microsoft recently partnered with Research in Motion to bring Bing to all BlackBerry devices. The company is trying to compete with Google’s search integration on mobile devices and Bing is slowly gaining ground. Will partnering with RIM make Microsoft’s search experience compete with Google?