Here’s the latest action:

Revision3 adds Unboxing Porn The internet television channel has added Unboxing Porn to its programming. The show centers around the excitement of receiving new gadgets, despite its misleading title.

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iPhone coming to T-Mobile this quarter? — Cult of Mac reports, based on a source close to the matter, that T-Mobile subscribers will soon be able to use the iPhone — with an 80 percent chance that this will happen within the quarter.

SeatGeek raises $1M — TechCrunch 50 finalist SeatGeek, a service that predicts the prices of event tickets on the secondary market, has brought in $1 million in a first round of funding from Founder Collective and NYC Seed.

Google shells out for lobbyists — The search giant reportedly spent $1.34 million on lobbying activities in the second quarter, a 41 percent increase from last year at this time. TechCrunch has the details.

PayPal growing by 1M accounts a month — The online payment platform is growing rapidly, adding 1 million new accounts per month and dramatically boosting eBay’s solid earnings in the second quarter of 2010.

Salesforce draws Facebook into its fold — The enterprise software maker has just brought the social networking giant aboard as a customer for its customer relations management offerings, particularly its Sales Cloud 2 product.

VW buddies up with Tesla co-founder — Volkswagen has a plan to get plug-in electric vehicles on the road by 2013, and in order to do it, it’s formed a partnership with the Electric Research Lab in Palo Alto, Calif., headed by Tesla Motors co-founder and former CEO Martin Eberhard.

The father of the internet on the future of the smart grid — Earth2Tech takes a closer look at a video clip of Vint Cerf talking about how the next generation electrical grid needs to be distributed and highly collaborative. Check it out here.

Skype gets multitasking — The online calling service has updated its iPhone application to allow for free calls over 3G, and to send push notifications when you receive a message or call over Skype even if you are using another application.

FTC and Intel needs more time to settleThe Federal Trade Commission and Intel are both requesting more time to reach a settlement in their high-profile antitrust suit. The deal was supposed to come this week, but talks are ongoing.