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Cofee* What will the mobile phone destroy next?

* Eric Grover: What went wrong with First Data?

* Jerry Levin says “I’m sorry” for AOL-Time Warner merger.

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point lower, London falls early, European shares gain on banks, the Nikkei keeps climbing and China stocks rise.

* Tom Sullivan: End of the great junk rally

* Simon Johnson: Economic recovery and the coming financial crisis (.pdf)

* Clint Chao of Formative Ventures posted his 2009 VC Oscar picks over in our Vox Populi section, while Michael Greeley of Flybridge Capital takes this exercise a few steps into the future for Xconomy.

* Kara Swisher reports that Apple has agreed to buy Quattro Wireless for $275m. Sounds like a homerun for VC firms Highland Capital Partners and Globespan Capital Partners, which invested a combined $28m since 2006. [Update: Quattro confirms]

* Bringing VC to the people: First Round Capital today is headed out on its NYC Startup Trek, where it will visit eight incubator/temp office space locations throughout the city.

* Tweet of the Day: @reformed broker BREAKING: Apple’s iTablet to Pay back TARP…..stay tuned

* Kartina Brooker: Sandy Weill, alone with his regrets

* 2010 M&A outlook with Bob Profusek of Jones Day and Frank Aquila of Sullivan & Cromwell:

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