September 11, 2012, 12:30 PM

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Andrey Doronichev / YouTube Blog:
Introducing a new YouTube app for your iPhone and iPod touch  —  For all you diehard YouTube fans out there who can't get enough YouTube on your mobile, we've got some great news: starting today, you can download the official YouTube app for iPhone and iPod touch from the App Store …
Dieter Bohn / The Verge:
New YouTube app for iPhone and iPod touch now available, hands-on photos and video  —  Google has released an all-new YouTube app for the iPhone and iPod touch, which it said it was working on last month when Apple revealed it was removing it from iOS 6.  The new app is completely native …
Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web:
Google's standalone YouTube app and the curious sharing purgatory of third-party apps in iOS 6  —  Google released its standalone YouTube app for iOS tonight.  We all knew it was coming because Google and Apple both confirmed that YouTube is being dropped in the next version of iOS last month.
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
GoDaddy Says Our Crash Wasn't Anonymous, It Wasn't A Hack, It Wasn't A DDoS.  It Was Internal Network Issues  —  GoDaddy has confirmed that its DNS problems yesterday, which caused thousands of websites to go down for most of the day, are now finished.  And while an alleged member …
Wall Street Journal:
Apple's iPhone 5: A New Cash Cow for Wireless Carriers?  —  Apple Inc. is expected to introduce the next iPhone model on Wednesday, setting the stage for a critical test of wireless carriers' efforts to bend the economics of the popular device to their advantage.
Sudeep Reddy / Real Time Economics:
Randall Stross / Vanity Fair:
Exclusive: Inside the Startup-Generating Secrets of Y Combinator  —  Twice a year, close to 200 teams of aspiring tech entrepreneurs, most in their 20s, converge on Mountain View, in Silicon Valley, vying for a spot at Y Combinator, the seven-year-old seed-funding firm-cum-accelerator co-founded by venture investor Paul Graham.
Enigmax / TorrentFreak:
Pirate Bay Co-Founder Lands In Sweden, Immediately Charged By Police  —  After a stormy and somewhat confusing twelve days, Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Svartholm was finally deported from Cambodia last night.  —  “We deported him out of the country in accordance with the order from the ministry …
Rebecca Greenfield / The Atlantic Wire:
The Beginning of the Instapaper Copyright Wars?  —  In the first instance in which the copyright dispute between publishers and Instapaper is visible to users, the read-it-later app has blocked tech blog 9to5Mac from its service because Instapaper doesn't want to “save pages from publishers …
Joshua Topolsky:
Integrity and bullies with blogs  —  I wanted to make this brief, because I have more important things to do with my time than respond to bullies who like to play-pretend that they know things they don't.  But, just as I felt compelled to respond to Michael Arrington when he attacked the work I …
Spencer E. Ante / Wall Street Journal:
Hype and Hope: Test Driving Google's New Glasses  —  Device Puts Data Into Field of Vision but Software Is Balky  —  Google's glasses are escaping from the laboratory.  But they aren't ready for the real world yet.  —  I had the opportunity to test-drive the eyewwear on Monday …
More: 9to5Google
Paul DeHart / BlueToad:
Statement from BlueToad regarding the cyber attack suffered in the recent case of stolen Apple UDIDs  —  A little more than a week ago, BlueToad was the victim of a criminal cyber attack, which resulted in the theft of Apple UDIDs from our systems.  Shortly thereafter, an unknown group posted these UDIDs on the Internet.
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Web Clipping Service Clipboard Arrives On iPhone, Adds Shared Boards For Groups  —  Clipboard, the recently launched web clipping service with the Pinterest-like layout, is today debuting version 2.0, which brings a website redesign, several new features, and the debut of the Clipboard iOS application.
Dan Frommer / ReadWriteWeb:
The Difference Between Apple & Amazon In One Chart  —  Apple and Amazon are both in the business of designing small computers - tablets, ereaders, phones, media players - and selling them to the public.  But how they do it is the big difference.  And that's best depicted by the astonishing difference in the two companies' profits.
Ed Bott / ZDNet:
Microsoft to deliver Flash update to Windows 8 users ‘shortly’  —  Summary: Microsoft has reversed course on a decision it announced last week.  According to an official statement, Windows 8 users will receive critical security updates for Flash Player “shortly.”  But larger questions remain.
Jon Russell / The Next Web:
Evernote is bringing Skitch into its core service, will be archived  —  Evernote is moving to integrate its annotation and sketching product Skitch into its core note-taking product,which it says will strengthen the service by bringing syncing, searching and sharing features to it.
More: VentureBeat and TUAW
Emil Protalinski / The Next Web:
GitHub goes down, second major service outage in two days  —  On Monday, was down.  While the company took quite a while to get the issue completely fixed, the service was only completely down (Major Service Outage as opposed to Partial Service Outage) for a grand total of 19 minutes and 59 seconds.
John Paczkowski / AllThingsD:
RIM's BlackBerrys Losing Shelf Space, Mindshare Among Carriers  —  With Apple's next generation iPhone in the offing and new Windows Phone 8 and Android handsets headed to market in the weeks ahead, Research In Motion's forthcoming BlackBerry 10 devices are no longer top of mind …
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Free Apps Account For 89% Of All Downloads; Most Of The Rest Under $3; iOS Store Biggest Of Them All  —  The mobile app market, currently still led by app trailblazer Apple, is continuing to grow at a rapid pace: according to new research from Gartner there will be nearly 46 billion mobile app downloads …
Tiffany Kary / Bloomberg:
Twitter Told to Produce Protestor's Posts or Face Fine  —  Twitter Inc. has to turn over information about an Occupy Wall Street protester's posts or face a fine, a judge ruled, giving the company three days to show it isn't in contempt of court.  —  New York State Supreme Court Judge Matthew …
More: Reuters
Mark Suster / Both Sides of the Table:
The Misstep of Quora and The Importance of Trust Amongst Your Community  —  You know the old saying about trust ... “It takes years to build and seconds to destroy.”  —  And once destroyed it is very difficult if not impossible to repair.  You need to be the guardian of your own reputation.
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