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3:20 PM ET, June 24, 2010

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Alexander Macgillivray / Twitter Blog:
FTC Announcement  —  Early in 2009, when Twitter employed less than 50 people, we faced two different security incidents that impacted a small number of users.  Put simply, we were the victim of an attack and user accounts were improperly accessed.  There were 45 accounts accessed …
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Federal Trade Commission:
Twitter Settles Charges that it Failed to Protect Consumers' Personal Information; Company Will Establish Independently Audited Information Security Program  —  Social networking service Twitter has agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that it deceived consumers and put their privacy …
Cecilia Kang / Post Tech:
Twitter settles FTC charge on security, privacy violations  —  Update: With comments by Twitter's general counsel  —  Twitter has settled charges brought by the Federal Trade Commission that it “deceived consumers” by allowing hackers to obtain administrative control over Twitter because of loose security.
Discussion: Pulse2
Jonny Evans / Computerworld:
iPhone 4: queues everywhere, selling out  —  iPhone-mania this morning as queues form across the US for Apple's must-have product, even as shops across the UK, France, Germany and Japan have already sold out following huge demand.  —  Video above: The queue outside Apple's flagship Regent Street, London store this morning.
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Silicon Alley Insider:
iPhone 4 Lines Around The World (AAPL)
Discussion: The Register and Apple
Arn / MacRumors:
Standing in Line for the iPhone 4
Bloomberg:
Apple Might Sell 1 Million IPhones in New Model's Debut
Discussion: VentureBeat and blogs.chron.com
Jason Chen / Gizmodo:
iPhone 4 Loses Reception When You Hold It By The Antenna Band?  —  This is a reader video found on Macrumors forums illustrating something weird.  When the guy holds the iPhone in his hands, touching the outside antenna band in two places, he drops reception.  Placing the phone down gets him 4 bars.
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Michael Bettiol / Boy Genius Report:
That iOS 4 reception issue is looking more and more like a software bug
Sebastian Anthony / Download Squad:
Internet Explorer 9 destroys Chrome 6 in HTML5 speed test (video)  —  I think the video speaks for itself!  —  If you can't watch the video: IE9 is some orders of magnitude faster than HTML5 when it comes to hardware-accelerated canvas rendering.  —  In some other initial benchmarks …
Paul Miller / Engadget:
iPhone 4's yellow spot issue goes away with a bit of time?  —  We're starting to hear a few reports of the dreaded yellow spots disappearing from the iPhone 4's display after a day or so of use.  Interestingly, someone posting on the AppleInsider forums seems to know why:
Brandon LeBlanc / The Windows Blog:
150 Million Licenses of Windows 7 Sold, Windows Live Betas Announced  —  I have a couple of things to tell you about today.  First off, we are excited to announce that Windows 7 has sold 150 million licenses to-date.  As I've said before, Windows 7 is the fastest selling operating system …
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Piero Sierra / The Windows Blog:
Announcing the new Windows Live Essentials beta!
Farhad Manjoo / Fast Company:
Invincible Apple: 10 Lessons From the Coolest Company Anywhere  —  Clay McLachlan/Reuters ('98); Getty Images ('99); Gabe Palacio/Getty Images ('01); Justin Sullivan/Getty Images ('04, '05); Peer Grimm/dpa/Landov ('07); Paul Sakuma/AP Images ('08); Robert Galbraith/Reuters/Corbis ('09); AFP/Getty Images ('10)
Discussion: Cult of Mac
Louis Gray:
Author: Zuckerberg has “Total Control” over Facebook  —  This morning at the Churchill Club in Mountain View, David Kirkpatrick, author of the Facebook Effect, which chronicles the ascension of the world's largest social network, based on significant access to the company's youthful …
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Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Review: Kirkpatrick's The Facebook Effect Is A Wonderfully Biased …
Discussion: Technology Review
Kent Walker / The Official Google Blog:
YouTube wins case against Viacom  —  Today, the court granted our motion for summary judgment in Viacom's lawsuit with YouTube.  This means that the court has decided that YouTube is protected by the safe harbor of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) against claims of copyright infringement.
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Matthew Belloni / Hollywood Reporter:
WHAT VIACOM'S LOSS TO YOUTUBE MEANS FOR HOLLYWOOD
Discussion: Techdirt
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
BZZZZZZ: YouTube Gets A Vuvuzela Button (Seriously)  —  YouTube always has had a way with pranks.  Some time in the last hour, the world's largest video portal activated a new button on some videos that looks like a tiny soccer ball.  Clicking it will activate an endless …
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent:
GetJar, The ‘Wal-Mart For Mobile Apps,’ Raises $11 Million  —  Fast-growing mobile app store GetJar, which says it has had more than one billion apps downloaded from its store to date, making it second in size only to Apple's app store, has raised $11 million in a second round of funding.
Cecilia Kang / Post Tech:
Lawmakers grill Apple CEO Jobs on location information gathering  —  Key lawmakers want to know from Apple how it collects and uses information about the geography of iPhone and iPad users through location-based applications.  —  Reps. Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) and Joe Barton (R-Texas) …
Discussion: ZDNet and FierceWireless
Rich Cannings / Android Developers Blog:
Exercising Our Remote Application Removal Feature  —  Every now and then, we remove applications from Android Market due to violations of our Android Market Developer Distribution Agreement or Content Policy.  In cases where users may have installed a malicious application that poses a threat …
JR Raphael / Computerworld:
Android 2.2 hits Nexus One — so who's next?  —  Ladies and gentlemen, the taste of Froyo may finally be upon us.  —  Numerous users of Google's Nexus One phone started receiving an Android 2.2 upgrade over-the-air on their devices Wednesday night.  Gauging by users' reports …
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Chrome OS Adding Polish.  Zip Files, Boot Up, And “Addictive” Games Being Debated  —  Since Chrome OS is an open source project (well okay, technically, Chromium OS is), it's fun to take a look at the Google Code page for it from time to time to see what progress is being made.
Jonny Evans / 9 to 5 Mac:
Apple ships iMovie for iPhone, available now  —  In tandem with this morning's introduction of the iPhone 4, Apple's iMovie for iPhone app is available now from the App Store.  —  As announced at WWDC, the app lets you make HD movies on your iPhone using video editing features carried across from iMovie on the Mac.
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Could Accessing Your Own Data On Facebook Make You Criminally Liable?  —  We've been following the rather bizarre and dangerous lawsuit filed by Facebook against Power.com, an online service that tries to let users aggregate various social networking activity into a single service.
Mark Milian / Los Angeles Times:
IFixit's ‘teardowns’ of Apple gadgets draw customers to its parts business  —  The company, which sells electronic parts on its website to do-it-yourselfers, has achieved a cult-like following by ripping apart the latest technology wonders and documenting the details online.
Discussion: L.A. Times Tech Blog
 
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Mike Melanson / ReadWriteWeb:
Twitter Security Hole Found, Being Fixed, Company Says
Discussion: Praetorian Prefect
Ryan Lawler / NewTeeVee:
Fox Mobile Launches Its Mobile Hulu Lookalike, BitBop
Cecilia Kang / Post Tech:
Facebook snags White House economic advisor Levine as global policy head
Esther Dyson / The Moscow Times:
Growing a Silicon Garden
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
Triggit Raises $4.2 Million For Its Demand Side Ad Platform
Marco Tabini / PC World:
Tweetie Gets First Update Since Twitter Acquisition
Discussion: Mashable! and MacStories
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AOL Sells Research Unit DMS Insights To uSamp
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Amidst Turmoil, Linden Lab's CEO Steps Down
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Kevin Murphy / The Register:
.XXX to get ICANN nod
Discussion: Erictric
Will Richmond / VideoNuze:
Clearleap and Roku Partner, Blurring Traditional Video Distribution Boundaries
Ed Burnette / ZDNet:
CNET retracts article on Android app privacy threat
Discussion: Computerworld and GMSV
Gary Orenstein / GigaOM:
Jungledisk Founder Launches New Startup, SolidFire
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Eric Engleman / TechFlash:
Amazon opposes plan to end Saturday U.S. mail delivery
Discussion: The Consumerist
Wall Street Journal:
New Fronts Open in Smartphone War
Discussion: Digits and Fast Company
Business Week:
As Mobile Shopping Takes Off, eBay Is an Early Winner
 

 
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