Kim Zetter / Threat Level:
Dateline Mole Allegedly at DefCon with Hidden Camera — Updated: Mole Caught on Tape — DefCon security on Friday warned attendees at the annual hacker conference that Dateline NBC may have sent a mole with a hidden camera to the event to capture hackers admitting to crimes.
Andrew Parker / The Gong Show: Hacking DefCon — Dateline sent a mole to DefCon:
Dean Takahashi / Tech Talk with Dean Takahashi: Defcon organizers turn tables on Dateline NBC undercover journalist …
Mark Frauenfelder / Boing Boing: Dateline NBC's DefCon mole has been outed
Undercover NBC Dateline reporter bolts from DEFCON 2007 — Undercover reporter Michelle Madigan (Associate Producer of NBC Dateline) got a little more than she bargained for when she tried to sneak in to DEFCON 2007 with hidden cameras to get someone to confess to a felony.
Discussion: Deep Jive Interests
Robert McMillan / PC World:
Hacking Conference Infiltrated by 'Media Mole' — DefCon organizers are worried that Dateline NBC has sent an undercover producer with a hidden camera to cover the show. — Recommend this story? — Trust nobody. — That's what organizers of the 15th annual DefCon hacking conference …
Discussion: Inquirer, The Register and eWEEK.com
Charlie Demerjian / Inquirer: Dateline NBC undercover reporter outed
Dan Goodin / The Register: NBC muckraker outed at Defcon
Surveys Say iPhone Demand Continues — Apple's iPhone seems set to disrupt the mobile phone industry, with ChangeWave claiming up to 16 percent of those planning to buy a mobile in the next six months will buy an iPhone. — The latest Changewave consumer mobile phone survey …
Discussion: The Utility Belt
Jon Fortt / The Utility Belt: Research: iPhone demand remains strong
Erica Sadun / The Unofficial Apple Weblog:
Journeys inside the iPhone's SDK — I have now spent a pretty solid week writing applications for the iPhone. And what an exciting week it's been. I've been privileged to view and interact with the iPhone in a way that few other people have had the opportunity to.
Discussion: Download Squad and digg
Jesus Diaz / Gizmodo:
Breaking: First Third-party Native iPhone Application
Breaking: First Third-party Native iPhone Application
Discussion: Engadget, iLounge, Apple Gazette, The Tao of Mac, Gadget Lab, iPhone Central, Slashdot and digg
Chris Ziegler / Engadget: iPhone software: the community hacks, Apple improves
Charles Starrett / iLounge: First third-party native iPhone app appears
Rui Carmo / The Tao of Mac: Midsummer Terminal Evenings
Rob Beschizza / Gadget Lab: IPhone Gets First, Unappetizing 3rd-Party Application
Dan Moren / iPhone Central: iPhone gets Terminal development
iTheme for S60 3rd Edition — Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have the interface of the iPhone? Maybe some have and maybe some haven't, but seeing an app like this even I became a bit interested. This form of customization goes way beyond basic theme creation.
Discussion: IntoMobile and All About Symbian
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: The Horror: iPhone theme created in Flash Lite for S60 3rd Edition
Steve Litchfield / All About Symbian: The iPhone makeover for S60 3rd Edition?
Raid casualty comes forward to tell his story — >> HSD - Hours before the raids were news and broadcast across the net and the mass media, an XS member (FallsInc) tried to warn those of us in the inner circle that the noose was about to tighten around US Modchip shops.
Discussion: Engadget, GamePolitics.com and digg
Kyle Pott / Lifehacker:
Featured Windows Download: Log your workday from the system tray with Life Logger — Log your workday from the system tray with Life Logger — Windows only: Freeware app Life Logger is a small system tray application to help log your daily activities. Inspired by Gina's quick log script …
Josh Catone / Read/WriteWeb:
Blogging Ethics: When And What Should Bloggers Disclose? — Is there a new blogger scandal brewing? Allen Stern over at CenterNetworks seems to think so. Allen takes issue with the new video blog Webb Alert (which mentioned Read/WriteWeb today), saying that the blog doesn't disclose …
Discussion: How To Split An Atom, CenterNetworks, Webomatica, Deep Jive Interests and Insider Chatter
Allen Stern / CenterNetworks: POTYC: What to disclose from Read/WriteWeb
Dylan Jobe / PlayStation.Blog:
Warhawk Goes Gold — Hi Everyone - It's been a while since I've made a post, but since some of you guys posted comments wanting me to jump back on, *and* the very interesting pricing debate/discussion that has been going on recently, well ... here I am with a couple of important updates!?
Discussion: Kotaku, Joystiq, Game | Life and DigitalBattle
Brian Crecente / Kotaku: PS3: Warhawk Gets Date and Price
Chris Kohler / Game | Life: Sticker Shock: Warhawk To Cost $40 On PlayStation Network
Erich Jurgens / DigitalBattle: Warhawk Dated And Priced
Sabena Suri / CNET News.com:
E-book site for students promises to save trees, money — Every June, I am as elated as the next student to have a three-month respite from the confines of school. But, come August, you can find me on Amazon.com, frantically buying an inordinate number of books for every class—in many cases, more than two books per class.
Kristen Nicole / Mashable!: CafeScribe Lets You Download Textbooks & Share Notes
RSnake / ha.ckers.org web application security lab:
Mozilla Says "Ten F**king Days" — I'll do a more thorough writeup of the craziness that is Blackhat, but this I thought should go out ahead of all the other stuff. I don't have a lot of time so I'll try to make this story short. Two days ago after Jeremiah and my talk …
Discussion: The personal website … and digg
Doc Searls / Linux Journal:
What could you do with fat fiber? — Two years ago, Bob Frankston wrote Why Settle for Just 1%? while in the midst of his ramp-up as a Verizon FiOS customer. The question is still on the table. I'd like us to help answer it by re-phrasing the question: What could we, as Linux developers and users …
Discussion: Susan Crawford blog and The Navel of the Internet
Foster Klug / Associated Press:
Lawmaker wants Yahoo probe — WASHINGTON - Congressional investigators plan to look into whether Yahoo officials misrepresented the Internet company's role in the arrest of a Chinese journalist sentenced to a decade in jail. — House Foreign Affairs Chairman Tom Lantos ordered the investigation …
Discussion: CNET News.com
Elinor Mills / CNET News.com: Lawmaker orders probe of Yahoo China event