Around the Web 5.14.09: RealNetworks bites back, iPhone slinging banned, WSJ issues Twitter rules

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The Eee Keyboard, coming in June. There’s a whole computer in there. Credit: Yoshi5000 via Flickr

-- The Eee Keyboard has the whole computer built right in, and it’s coming in June. Engadget

-- AT&T restricts the SlingPlayer for iPhone to Wi-Fi connection only. ‘Slinging’ over AT&T’s cellular network violates the company’s terms of service. SiliconBeat

-- RealNetworks is suing the six major movie studios, calling antitrust on their resistance to allowing DVD ripping. Bits


-- With all the hoopla around having sold a billion applications, Apple has made only $20 million-$45 million on its app store.

-- According to research on Intel’s Atom CPU, the netbook trend seems to be fading. Fast Company

-- Google just made switching e-mail archives and contacts to Gmail a snap. AOL, Yahoo and Hotmail have reason to be concerned. TechCrunch

-- Journalists at the Wall Street Journal were served a list of rules about how exactly they can use social media sites, especially Twitter. Silicon Alley Insider

-- Chris Lesinski