Simon Fluendy / Daily Mail:
Apple to launch the iPhone ‘nano’ in time for Christmas — Apple is about to launch a ‘nano’ version of the hugely successful iPhone. It is expected to be in the shops in time for Christmas. — The product will be launched in the UK at up to £150 for pay-as-you-go customers by O2 …
Steven Musil / Crave: The gadget blog: Report: iPhone Nano to ring in the holidays
Bilal Hameed / Startup Meme: iPhone family will be having a new member, iPhone Nano to launch before Christmas
Rob Beschizza / Boing Boing Gadgets: Unreliable British tabloid claims Apple will release iPhone Nano this year
Nicholas Deleon / CrunchGear: Holy rumor, Batman: iPhone nano to be released by Christmas
Steven Musil / ZDNet.com.au: iPhone nano reports surface
Andy Space / 9 to 5 Mac: UK report claims iPhone nano for Christmas
Jason D. O'Grady / The Apple Core: Rumor Mill: iPhone nano in time for Christmas
James Holland / Electricpig.co.uk: iPhone nano launching in time for Christmas?
Harry McCracken / Technologizer:
An “iPhone Nano?” Maybe, But Surely Not This One — There are Apple rumors that ring true. There are ones that sound like they might be true. And then there are the ones that have a whiff of fantasy about them. I'd put Simon Fluendy's report in the UK's Daily Mail of an iPhone Nano scheduled …
Merissa Marr / Wall Street Journal:
Time Warner Is Ready To Deal AOL Components — Time Warner Inc. has completed the internal work necessary to separate its AOL unit's dial-up-access business from its advertising and content business, the company is expected to announce Wednesday. Now it will get serious about plotting …
Discussion: paidContent.org, Portfolio.com, Silicon Alley Insider, Breakout Performance and Startup Meme
Daniel Colarusso / Portfolio.com: Time Warner's Circle of A-O-Hell
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider: Time Warner Preps AOL For Potential Dialup, Advertising Deals (TWX)
Sardar Mohkim Khan / Startup Meme: 'AOL's Components ready for deal'; Time Warner
John Markoff / New York Times:
Intel's Line of Graphics Chips Could Have Broader Uses — SAN FRANCISCO — Intel is planning to release on Monday the first technical details of a new family of chips intended to soup up computer graphics and, eventually, a broad range of computing tasks. — The new microprocessor family …
Discussion: PC World, CNET News.com, eWeek and TG Daily
Brooke Crothers / CNET News.com: Intel details future ‘Larrabee’ graphics chip
Wolfgang Gruener / TG Daily: Intel teases new Larrabee details
Don Reisinger / Ars Technica:
Opinion: Can Google be bested? Not anytime soon — Google may be the de facto leader in search today, but will its lead last forever? With services like Mahalo and Cuil gaining attention and Microsoft willing to pour continued billions into its quest for online dominance …
Connie Loizos / PE Hub Blog:
Lise Buyer to Facebook: Call Me — When former Wall Street analyst Lise Buyer helped take Google public in 2004, anything seemed possible. Yet on the heels of a quarter when not a single technology company went public, most in Silicon Valley are no longer sanguine about their options.
Discussion: Howard Lindzon
Aidan Malley / AppleInsider:
Microsoft 10K warns of iPhone, Mac threats as iPhone nears 1.1% share — A Microsoft filing with the US government reveals a newfound worry that the Windows developer's traditional stance of selling software alone won't work against an increasingly profitable Apple — a concern that may magnify …
Discussion: CrunchGear, The Apple Core, MacDailyNews and Digg
Nicholas Deleon / CrunchGear: Microsoft concerned with Apple's recent success: How to counter?
Jason D. O'Grady / The Apple Core: Microsoft acknowledges the Apple threat in SEC filing
Serkan Toto / TechCrunch:
Taking social networks abroad - Why MySpace and Facebook are failing in Japan — Sized at an estimated $5.6 billion in 2007, Japan boasts one of the biggest online advertising markets in the world - a huge potential just waiting to be tapped by foreign social networks.
Discussion: Profy.Com, The Inquisitr, New York Times, Online Dating Insider and Digg
Svetlana Gladkova / Profy.Com: International Social Networks are Unwanted Invaders in Russia, Too
Duncan Riley / The Inquisitr: Bubble, or just the beginning of social networking?
Virginia Heffernan / New York Times: An Innocent Abroad — The Internet suggests a new map of the world …
Laura M. Holson / New York Times:
Applications Spur Carriers to Relax Grip on Cellphones — In the first 10 days after Apple opened its App Store for the iPhone, consumers downloaded more than 25 million applications, ranging from games like Super Monkey Ball to tools like New York City subway maps.
Charlie Demerjian / Inquirer:
Nvidia chipsets are history — Whithersoever the axe doth fall — THERE ARE A ton of ‘rumors’ floating around about Nvidia giving up the ghost on it's ailing chipset division. Nvidia is desperately trying to deny it, but don't believe the spin, the division is deader than an Nvidia mobile GPU.
Discussion: TG Daily and Insanely Great Mac
Wolfgang Gruener / TG Daily: Nvidia to silently kill chipset division?
Matthew Lasar / Ars Technica:
MPAA: Don't limit our ability to close analog outputs — The Motion Picture Association of America took its crusade for selectable output control (SOC) to the next level on Thursday, responding to critics in the FCC's proceeding on the matter. The MPAA's July 31 filing takes particular exception …
Discussion: Boing Boing Gadgets and Digg
Rob Beschizza / Boing Boing Gadgets: MPAA moves to close “analog hole”
Samantha Gross / Associated Press:
With automated tagging, Web links can surprise — NEW YORK - It wasn't what anyone expected to see while perusing a news article. — But there, in the final paragraph of an online story about the call girl involved in the Eliot Spitzer scandal, Yahoo's automated system was inviting readers to browse through photos of underage girls.
Chris Albrecht / GigaOM:
Warning Sign: Metered Broadband Already a Hassle — We've talked before that metered access is a boneheaded idea that is bad for innovation, bad for Microsoft and Google, and ultimately bad for you. Until today, the idea seemed like an eventuality, not an immediate reality.
Discussion: NewTeeVee, DSLreports and Life On the Wicked Stage
Chris Albrecht / NewTeeVee: Metered Broadband: Bad for Video Biz
Warner Crocker / Life On the Wicked Stage: The Internet Starts Getting Smaller
Tom Evslin / Fractals of Change: Net Neutrality and Metered Broadband