Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Google Jumps Head First Into Web Services With Google App Engine — Our live coverage of the Google App Engine launch event is here. — Google isn't just talking about hosting applications in the cloud any more. Tonight at 9pm PT they're launching Google App Engine (Update: The site is live) …
Christina Warren / Download Squad: Google launches App Engine
Stacey Higginbotham / GigaOM: Google Cloud Now on Tap for Web Developers
Garett Rogers / Googling Google: Google announces App Engine: Should Amazon worry?
Aaron Brazell / Technosailor: Google File System: Much To Do About Nothing
Kyle Monson / AppScout: Act Fast: Google App Engine Open to First 10K Users
Rodney Rumford / FaceReviews: Fire Up Your Google App Engine
Vasanth Sridharan / Silicon Alley Insider: Google Taking On Amazon With App Engine (GOOG, AMZN)
Jesse Stay / Stay N' Alive: Google Announces “Google Apps Engine”
Laurel Papworth / Social Networks: Google App Engine: Australian Python Developers?
John Musser / ProgrammableWeb: Google App Engine: Your Apps in the Cloud
Brady Forrest / O'Reilly Radar:
App Engine: Host Your Apps with Google — Tonight at their second CampFireOne Google Code is announcing App Engine, a hosted platform for web developers. The actual service will launch later tonight in a closed Beta. 10,000 developers will be granted access on a first come, first serve basis.
Discussion: bytes|genes and Adnans Sysadmin/Scripting Blog
Stephen Shankland / CNET News.com:
Google hopes to house Web software on App Engine — Google plans to launch a service called App Engine Monday evening that the company hopes will attract programmers and eventually companies needing an expandable foundation for online applications. — App Engine, free to the first 10,000 people …
Discussion: Valleywag and TechCrunch
Jackson West / Valleywag: Why should you care about App Engine?
Mark Hendrickson / TechCrunch: Live From Google Campfire One
MG Siegler / VentureBeat:
Google App Engine readies for brawl with Amazon — For all the rivals Google is making as it continues to expand into nearly every facet of the Internet, Amazon has thus far remained one fellow power relatively unscathed. That is about to change. Tonight, the search giant …
Discussion: CenterNetworks, Tech Watch, eWeek, Valleywag, CNET News.com and Web Scout
Jason Snyder / Tech Watch: Google launches app-hosting service
Clint Boulton / eWeek: Google to Challenge Amazon by Hosting Web Apps
Jackson West / Valleywag: Why should you care about Google's App Engine?
Martin LaMonica / CNET News.com: Amazon computing Web service suffers glitch
David Sarno / Web Scout: Google App Engine means Google will carry your load
Mathew / mathewingram.com/work:
Google Engine: Competitor or knock-off? — Call it a clash of competing clouds. It seems that Google is launching an application-hosting service that appears to be going head-to-head with Amazon's trio of distributed computing services — the EC2 computing network, the S3 storage service …
Discussion: SmoothSpan Blog
Paul McDonald / Google App Engine Blog:
Introducing Google App Engine + our new blog
Introducing Google App Engine + our new blog
Discussion: Official Google Blog, SmugBlog, SitePoint Blogs and TechCrunch
Don MacAskill / SmugBlog: Seattle/Redmond dinner update
Andrew Tetlaw / SitePoint Blogs: Google Reveals App Engine
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch: Major Google Announcement Monday Evening: Is It BigTable?
Kasper Jade / AppleInsider:
Apple notebook lines to see major design changes, sources say — Apple Inc.'s existing MacBook and MacBook Pro notebooks will be the last of their breed, as both product families are destined for major design changes upon their next refresh, AppleInsider has learned.
Discussion: Crave, Electronista, The Apple Core, Infinite Loop, Cartoon Barry Blog, The Boy Genius Report, CrunchGear, Insanely Great Mac and LoopRumors
Tom Krazit / Crave: The gadget blog: New MacBook design in store this year?
Jason D. O'Grady / The Apple Core: New MacBook enclosures? It's about time
Jacqui Cheng / Infinite Loop: Rumors revived over MacBook, MacBook Pro redesigns
Drawbob / LoopRumors: Apple notebooks to see major redesign?
Wei Luo / Google LatLong:
All the news that's fit to print on a map: The New York Times in Google Earth — I read a lot of news by surfing the Internet, as do many of my colleagues and friends, and I've always dreamed of a way to browse news based on geography. What's happening in Paris today? What are the top headlines in Japan?
Discussion: VentureBeat, Mashable!, Ogle Earth, Digital Inspiration, Google Operating System, WebProNews and New York Times
Mark ‘Rizzn’ Hopkins / Mashable!: Now You Can See Where The Bloggers Drop Dead
Ionut Alex Chitu / Google Operating System: Google Earth Brings You the News
Mike Sachoff / WebProNews: Google Earth Adds New York Times Layer
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Foreclosures Shown On Scary, Encroaching Heat Maps — If you want to see in stark colors exactly how the mortgage credit crisis is spreading across the country, go to real estate search site HotPads and look at the foreclosure heat maps in your area. These are map mashups that take foreclosure data …
Darren Waters / BBC:
Search engines warned over data — Search engines should delete personal data held about their users within six months, a European Commission advisory body on data protection has said. — The recommendation is likely to be accepted by the European Commission and could lead to a clash with search giants like Google, Yahoo and MSN.
Discussion: Capitol Valley, Google Public Policy Blog, Digital Daily, broadstuff, WebGuild, Searchviews and Mashable!
Peter Fleischer / Google Public Policy Blog: The European Commission's data protection findings
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: EU Recommendation Would Make Google AdSense NonSense
Alan Patrick / broadstuff: AT LEAST THE EC HAS THE BALLS - AND ABILITY - TO TAKE GOOGLE ET AL ON....
Daya Baran / WebGuild: Search Engines Must Deleted Data Within Six Months
Sepideh Saremi / Searchviews: Europe Wants Search Engines to Delete Data Sooner
Mark ‘Rizzn’ Hopkins / Mashable!: Europe to Tie the Hands of Google and Yahoo
Kyle Monson / AppScout:
The Future of Travel Search — My feature story today on PCMag.com, Web Sites for Cheap Flights, has 10 sites worth checking out if you're planning on flying somewhere in the near future. I'm actually planning a trip myself right now, so I know the headache of schlepping from site to site in search of the best price.
Microsoft Update Product Team Blog:
Windows Vista SP1 Prerequisite KB937287 — Back in February, we posted about the release of a couple of prerequisites for Windows Vista Service Pack 1. While several million customers installed the updates successfully, you may have read that a few customers experienced an endless reboot cycle …
Michael Santo / Alice Hill's Real Tech News: Microsoft to Resume Automatic Distribution of Vista SP1 “Endless …
Peter Galli / eWeek: Windows Vista SP1 Download Issues Fixed
Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo: Windows Vista SP1 Update: Endless Restart Bug Fixed, Automatic …
Joe Wilcox / Microsoft Watch: Vista Pre-SP1 Update Mystery Solved
Justin Mann / TechSpot: Microsoft posts fix for Vista SP1 installation
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
“Deep Integration” Between Google Apps and Salesforce to Be Announced Next Monday — Salesforce will be making a whole bunch of partner announcements at an event in San Francisco next Monday. We've been informed that the on-demand enterprise software company will begin reselling Google's …
Discussion: CNET News.com, CRM FYI, InfoWorld and Enterprise Apps
Jeff Grosse / CRM FYI: The Salesforce / Google Integration I'm Looking For
Chris Kanaracus / InfoWorld: App-sharing exchange takes cue from Salesforce
Eric Eldon / VentureBeat:
The $10 billion state bond for high-speed trains — good for Silicon Valley, good for California? — We've covered electric sports cars, electric three-wheeled cars and other forms of clean transportation that Silicon Valley investors have been pumping money into over the last several years.
Discussion: nctimes.com and The Latest From Capitol Alert
Phil Strickland / nctimes.com: Let's not be too forgetful — Apparently the way it's supposed …
Judy Lin / The Latest From Capitol Alert: Vive le high-speed rail
Owen Thomas / Valleywag:
TechCrunch, VentureBeat in merger talks — We hear Michael Arrington is in advanced talks to acquire VentureBeat, a smaller tech blog which, like Arrington's TechCrunch, is trying to expand from the niche of covering startups. When Arrington issued a rant about the dangers …