Jesus Diaz / Gizmodo:
iPhone 3.0 OS Guide: Everything You Need to Know — iPhone 3.0 OS, the next generation operating system for the iPhone, iPod touch, and whatever Apple device comes next. New features, new apps, here you will find all the information you need. — NEW IPHONE OS 3.0 FEATURES
Glenn Fleishman / Wi-Fi Networking News: Wee-Fi: AT&T's Wi-Fi Guy; iPhone 3.0 Software Preview; Eye-Fi Served
Erica Sadun / Ars Technica: iPhone SDK focus: Maps for your apps
Charles Arthur / Guardian: Apple iPhone to get cut, copy and paste this summer
Brad Stone / Bits: Apple Shows Off Next Version of iPhone Software
MG Siegler / VentureBeat: 100 more things: The new iPhone 3.0 features
Prince McLean / AppleInsider: Apple on iPhone tethering, Flash support, and Copy & Paste
Tom Krazit / CNET News: Live blog: iPhone OS 3.0 preview
Charles / Bleeding Edge: iPhone 3.0: heaven in your hand
Hamilton Nolan / Gawker: The iPhone Now Ready to Save The News Business
Apple Previews Developer Beta of iPhone OS 3.0 — Beta Release Provides New SDK, Over 1,000 APIs & 100 New Features — Apple® today previewed its iPhone™ OS 3.0 software and announced the immediate availability of a beta software release to registered developers.
Discussion: Engadget, last100, TWICE, Boing Boing Gadgets, SlashGear, I4U News and Between the Lines
Paul Miller / Engadget: Apple previews iPhone OS 3.0, adds copy and paste, Spotlight search, plenty more
Joseph Palenchar / TWICE: Apple iPhone OS Adds Over 100 Features
Rob Beschizza / Boing Boing Gadgets: Apple whips America into frenzy by fixing iPhone's most glaring omissions
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: New iPhone 3.0 Firmware delivers over 100 new Features and comes in Summer
Prince McLean / AppleInsider:
iPhone 3.0 to include peer-to-peer support, push notification — In offering a preview look at the new iPhone OS 3. platform, senior vice president of iPhone software Scott Forstall announced that Apple has added over a thousand new Application Programming Interfaces to allow developers greater access …
Discussion: Technologizer, Ars Technica, eWeek, Digits, MacRumors, Roughly Drafted, Wall Street Journal and AppScout
David Worthington / Technologizer: Hey Apple, Help Developers Write Secure iPhone Software
Erica Sadun / Ars Technica: iPhone SDK focus: Bluetooth enhancements
Yukari Kane / Digits: Apple Debuts New iPhone Software Without Steve Jobs
Yukari Iwatani Kane / Wall Street Journal: Apple Updates iPhone Software
Darren Murph / Engadget:
MMS finally comes to Apple's iPhone 3G via OS 3.0 — Apple's done a decent job of implementing features that we've all been clamoring for into its forthcoming OS 3.0, and aside from copy and paste, there's probably no one single feature add bigger than this.
Discussion: Ars Technica, Hardware 2.0, Gizmodo and Touch Arcade
Erica Sadun / Ars Technica: iPhone OS now shipping on 30 million devices
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0: Apple iPhone OS 3.0 preview event - Live!
John Mahoney / Gizmodo: iPhone 3.0 OS To Bring MMS Messaging
Blake Patterson / Touch Arcade: Today's Apple iPhone OS 3.0 Preview Event
Nilay Patel / Engadget:
iPhone finally gets copy and paste! — No surprises here: Apple just announced that iPhone OS 3.0 will support copy and paste. A double-tap auto-selects the text you want with movable “grab points,” and a pop-up edit bar display buttons for cut, copy, and paste. Finally!
Discussion: Apple 2.0, Gizmodo and The iPhone Blog
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Apple 2.0: Major iPhone upgrade coming this summer
Rene Ritchie / The iPhone Blog: Apple Announces Copy and Paste for iPhone 3.0
MG Siegler / VentureBeat:
App Store: 25,000 apps, 800 million downloads — At its iPhone 3.0 software preview event in Cupertino, Calif. today, Apple gave out some pretty huge statistics for the iPhone platform so far. The two big ones: There are now over 25,000 apps in the App Store, and those apps have been downloaded over 800 million times.
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider, gdgt live, Macworld, Music Ally, Gizmodo and TechCrunch, Thanks:mrinaldesai
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider: Apple Cements Lead In Mobile Software
Ryan Block / gdgt live: Live iPhone OS 3.0 event coverage
Stuart Dredge / Music Ally: iPhone 3.0 software holds promise for music apps
Adam Frucci / Gizmodo: Why iPhone In-App Transactions Could Be a Disaster
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch: Apple Opens Up More Ways To Get Paid On The iPhone, Adds Key New Features.
John Mahoney / Gizmodo:
Apple Puts Onus On AT&T For 3G Tethering, Confirms Hardware Support
Apple Puts Onus On AT&T For 3G Tethering, Confirms Hardware Support
Discussion: Mobile Tech Addicts and iPhone Savior
Mr. Besilly / iPhone Savior: Push Notifications Good To Go With iPhone 3.0
Joshua Topolsky / Engadget:
Live from Apple's iPhone OS 3.0 preview event
Live from Apple's iPhone OS 3.0 preview event
Discussion: CrunchGear, eWeek, Gizmodo, L.A. Times Tech Blog, I4U News, ReadWriteWeb, Between the Lines, NEWSFACTOR, Tech Central, Ars Technica, Hardware 2.0, MacRumors, TheAppleBlog, Touch Arcade, Big Tech, iLounge, VentureBeat, Phone Arena, TechCrunch, GMSV, MobileCrunch, Pocketables, The iPhone Blog, Tech Trader Daily, DailyTech, Silicon Alley Insider, Obsessable, bub.blicio.us, iPhone Hacks, TechSpot, Mobile Tech Addicts, dailywireless.org, GottaBeMobile.com, Boy Genius Report, Inside Social Games, Nieman Journalism Lab and jkOnTheRun
Jeremy Kessel / CrunchGear: The iPhone OS 3.0 Announcement Final Scorecard
Chris Preimesberger / eWeek: Apple's New iPhone 3.0 OS: The Possibilities Appear to Be Endless
John Herrman / Gizmodo: First iPhone 3.0 Apps Show Off New Functionality
Chris Gaither / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Apple's IPhone 3.0 update to add copy and paste, MMS and wider on-screen keyboard
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: Apple unveiled the best Copy and Paste in the World in iPhone 3.0 Firmware
Frederic Lardinois / ReadWriteWeb: iPhone 3.0: Push Notifications, Copy and Paste, MMS, and More
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines: Apple iPhone 3.0 beta preview: The big takeaways
Chris Foresman / Ars Technica: Apple reveals slew of new features for iPhone OS 3.0
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0: iPhone OS 3.0 - What's new ...
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: Highlights of Apple's iPhone OS 3.0 Preview: Copy and Paste, A2DP, MMS, Much More
Tom Reestman / TheAppleBlog: Initial Thoughts On iPhone OS 3.0
Blake Patterson / Touch Arcade: Apple Posts iPhone 3.0 OS Event Video
Jon Fortt / Big Tech: Live: iPhone 3.0 event at Apple
Charles Starrett / iLounge: Questions linger following iPhone OS 3.0 event
MG Siegler / VentureBeat: After complete re-architecture, Apple finally ready to push Push Notifications
John Biggs / TechCrunch: Live from Apple's iPhone 3.0 Press Conference
John Murrell / GMSV: Obligatory iPhone 3.0 post
Greg Kumparak / MobileCrunch: The iPhone OS 3.0 Announcement Scorecard
Jenn K. Lee / Pocketables: iPhone OS 3.0 to bring many 1.0 features
Dieter Bohn / The iPhone Blog: iPhone to get Spotlight Device Search
Eric Savitz / Tech Trader Daily: Apple: Live Blogging The iPhone OS 3.0 Event
Jason Mick / DailyTech: Apple Announces iPhone OS v3.0
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider: Apple iPhone 3.0 Software Event Discussion
Michelle Lentz / bub.blicio.us: Quick iPhone 3.0 Recap
Jose Vilches / TechSpot: Apple details iPhone OS 3.0 update
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: iPhone OS 3 — Apple is planning taking the wraps off …
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile.com: Apple Announcement Yields No Hardware and iPhone Parity (sort of)
Zach Epstein / Boy Genius Report: Apple finally invents copy/paste and MMS; iPhone 3.0 gets official
- Justin Smith / Inside Social Games: Apple Launches iPhone “In-App Purchase” …
Kevin C. Tofel / jkOnTheRun: iPhone 3.0: Underwhelming, Super-Exciting or Just Right?
Jason Toff / Google Chrome Blog:
Google Chrome has a new beta — Since we took the “beta” tag off Google Chrome in December, we've been updating two release channels: developer and stable. With our latest release, we're re-introducing the beta channel for some early feedback — and if you're reading the brand new Google Chrome blog …
Discussion: Between the Lines, Download Squad, TechCrunch, The Download Blog, Lifehacker, TG Daily, AppScout, jkOnTheRun and Pocket-lint.com, Thanks:atul
Lee Mathews / Download Squad: Google's got a new Chrome beta - if you can get it
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch: Google Chrome Unleashes a Speedier Beta
Stephen Shankland / The Download Blog: Google offers better-tested Chrome version
Rick C. Hodgin / TG Daily: Google Chrome goes beta again, releases new version
Chloe Albanesius / AppScout: Google Unveils Updated Chrome Beta
Kevin C. Tofel / jkOnTheRun: New Google Chrome Beta: Nearly Twice as Fast as the Original
Verity Burns / Pocket-lint.com: Google launches new Chrome Beta
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Discovery To Amazon: Hands Off Our Kindle! — Here's an odd one I didn't see coming: Discovery Communications (DSICA), the cable network best known for bringing you fare like “Shark Week”, says that Amazon's (AMZN) Kindle e-book reader violates one of its patents.
Discussion: The Register, Reuters, Silicon Alley Insider, Engadget, Electronista and CNET News, Thanks:mrinaldesai
Eric Krangel / Silicon Alley Insider: Kindle Hit By Patent Lawsuit
Donald Melanson / Engadget: Discovery sues Amazon over Kindle, rushes reality show into production …
Greg Sandoval / CNET News: Discovery hits Amazon with Kindle patent suit
Discovery Communications Files Patent Infringement Suit Against Amazon.com — (Silver Spring, Md.) Discovery Communications, Inc. (Nasdaq: DISCA, DISCB, DISCK) today filed a patent infringement suit against Amazon.com, Inc. in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware …
Discussion: TechFlash, InformationWeek, BetaNews, paidContent.org and mocoNews
Eric Engleman / TechFlash: Discovery sues Amazon for patent infringement over Kindle
Antone Gonsalves / InformationWeek: Discovery Accuses Amazon Of Patent Infringement In Kindle
Tim Conneally / BetaNews: Discovery says it thought of the Kindle first, wants royalites
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent.org: Updated: Discovery Sues Amazon For Patent Infringement Over Kindle E-Book Delivery
Dan Nystedt / PC World:
HTC to Launch ‘at Least’ Three Google Phones This Year — High Tech Computer (HTC) will ship “at least” three smartphones this year that use Google's Android software, HTC's CEO said Tuesday. — HTC, already the largest maker of smartphones that use the Windows Mobile OS …
Discussion: Android Phone Fans, Engadget Mobile, IntoMobile, Phone Arena, Gizmodo, AndroidGuys and Crave
Rob Jackson / Android Phone Fans: HTC: 2 or More Androids in 2009
James Falconer / IntoMobile: HTC Launching ‘At Least’ Three Android Devices This Year
John Herrman / Gizmodo: HTC Shipping At Least Two More Android Phones This Year
Wall Street Journal:
HTC to Launch New Google Phones
HTC to Launch New Google Phones
Discussion: Electronista, InformationWeek and Gadgetell
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
A Fail You Can't Blame Twitter For: ABC's McCain Interview — Inevitably, as Twitter bubbles up higher and higher into the mainstream, we're going to see more misguided stunts like these: George Stephanopoulos of Disney's ABC News (DIS) interviewing Senator John McCain today, using the newfangled technology.
Stephanie Condon / CNET News: McCain gives first Twitter-based interview
Nicholas Kolakowski / eWeek: McCain Twitter Interview Draws Buzz
John Markoff / New York Times:
Computer Science Programs Make a Comeback in Enrollment — For the first time in six years, enrollment in computer science programs in the United States increased last year, according to an annual report that tracks trends in the academic discipline. — The revival is significant …
Discussion: Ars Technica and Maximum PC all
John Timmer / Ars Technica: Computer science degrees rebound from dotcom bust
Dan Primack / PE Hub Blog:
Facebook Co-Founder Joins General Catalyst — Chris Hughes has more professional accomplishments at 26 year-old than most of us will have in a lifetime. He helped co-found Facebook, before leaving in 2007 to help the fledgling Obama campaign launch an online media strategy.
Discussion: Gawker, Thanks:mrinaldesai
Owen Thomas / Gawker: Obama's Facebook Genius Lands Venture Capital Gig
Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
He's Baaaaaack: Steve Case Reemerges at AOL — As BoomTown reported earlier today, AOL was abuzz with the rumors that former execs from the online service's glory days, including still controversial former CEO Steve Case (pictured here), might make an appearance at a huge staff pep rally called by its new CEO Tim Armstrong.
Discussion: paidContent.org and Silicon Alley Insider
David Kaplan / paidContent.org: Armstrong's Message To The AOL Troops: Google Gave Me Their Blessing
Nicholas Carlson / Silicon Alley Insider: Twitter, Facebook, And Google Owe Everything To AOL
Joe Wilcox / Microsoft Watch:
'I'm a PC' Marketing Pays Off for Microsoft, OEMs — [Editor's Note: Please read the companion post at Apple Watch. Together, the two posts offer full analysis of February Windows PC and Mac sales data and six charts (three per post).] — That's my conclusion after reviewing February U …
Discussion: Ars Technica, NEWSFACTOR, Hardware 2.0, Boy Genius Report, Computerworld and Silicon Alley Insider
Erica Sadun / Ars Technica: Mac and iPod sales drop year over year
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0: NPD data shows Apple sales and revenues in freefall
Gregg Keizer / Computerworld: Mac sales plummet by almost 17%, NPD reports
Eric Krangel / Silicon Alley Insider: Windows Slaughters The Mac In February Sales
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
Google Announces Armstrong's Successor: Dennis Woodside, New VP-Americas — It's just been announced internally that Dennis Woodside will succeed Tim Armstrong as the head of sales for Google (NSDQ: GOOG) following the ad vet's appointment as chairman and CEO of AOL (NYSE: TWX).
Dana Blankenhorn / Open Source:
The big question really facing newspapers — It's no longer a question of print or online. — It's what you're about online. — In answering that question the choice of a Content Management System becomes critical. — The capabilities of your CMS will determine what you can offer people.
Discussion: Campware News, OStatic blogs and Dana Blankenhorn
Sydney Morning Herald:
Banned hyperlinks could cost you $11,000 a day — The Australian communications regulator says it will fine people who hyperlink to sites on its blacklist, which has been further expanded to include several pages on the anonymous whistleblower site Wikileaks.
Discussion: Wikileaks, Maximum PC all and Threat Level
Eric Eldon / VentureBeat:
Google advertising appearing in iPhone applications [confirmed] — Google wants its ad engine to serve up ads everywhere — and today we're seeing some on iPhone applications. Specifically on restaurant review app Urbanspoon. We're also hearing that they're appearing in another application, Backgrounds.
Discussion: Search Engine Land, Thanks:atul
Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Land: Google AdSense Ads Making Their Way To iPhone Apps?
Byron Acohido / USA Today:
Website-infecting SQL injection attacks hit 450,000 a day — Cybercriminals are spreading invisible infections far and wide across the Internet by hammering hundreds of thousands of websites each day with so-called SQL injection attacks. — The trend started last summer and has continued to accelerate.
Discussion: Industry Standard and Technology Live
Paul Boutin / Industry Standard: What's a SQL injection attack?
Michelle Kessler / Technology Live: Website hacks — and identity theft — on the rise
Andrew Nusca / Between the Lines:
CD sales drop, digital downloads on the rise — The number of Internet users paying for digital music increased by just over 8 million in 2008 to 36 million Internet users, and purchases of online digital music downloads increased by 29 percent since last year, accounting for 33 percent …
Discussion: Slyck, paidContent.org, TECH.BLORGE.com, Business Wire and Electronista
Thomas Mennecke / Slyck: 17 Million Fewer CD Buyers in 2008
Todd Hoff / High Scalability:
Are Cloud Based Memory Architectures the Next Big Thing? — We are on the edge of two potent technological changes: Clouds and Memory Based Architectures. This evolution will rip open a chasm where new players can enter and prosper. Google is the master of disk. You can't beat them at a game they perfected.
Discussion: Soaring on Ridgelift, Thanks:atul
Expedia shares gain on Google takeover talk — CHICAGO (Reuters) - Shares of online travel agency Expedia Inc gained 5.18 percent to $7.71 on Tuesday on talk that the company might be a takeover target for Google Inc. — Google declined to comment on the speculation, which has been in the market for about a year.
Rakeshm / rakeshm's VM Management Blog:
SCVMM 2008 R2 Beta is available NOW — Here we go again! — Since shipping VMM 2008 in October, we've been busy working on an update that supports Windows 2008 R2 and take advantage of the new features in the platform. Today, we're announcing the Beta of VMM 2008 R2 …
Discussion: All about Microsoft, Virtualization Report and Softpedia News
Ina Fried / Beyond Binary:
IE 8, Silverlight 3 on tap for Microsoft's Mix — A correction was made to this story. See below for details. — The expected release of Internet Explorer 8 is likely to be the biggest headline out of Microsoft's Mix conference this week, though the company is likely to spend at least …
Discussion: Ars Technica
Emil Protalinski / Ars Technica: MIX09 debuts tomorrow, biggest focus on Silverlight 3
The Boy Genius / Boy Genius Report:
BlackBerry Gemini 8325 live picture — Sorry it's not the greatest picture in the world, but at least we can put a face to the specs and info. We dropped word of the BlackBerry Gemini a while back, and it looks to be cross between an 8300 and an 8900. Ugh, the madness never stops.
Discussion: IntoMobile, Electronista, Gizmodo, CrunchGear and CrackBerry.com blogs
Simon Sage / IntoMobile: BlackBerry 8325 Gemini Shows its Face, Underwhelms
John Herrman / Gizmodo: BlackBerry Gemini 8325 Spotted, Already Looks Outdated
Matt Burns / CrunchGear: The BlackBerry 8325 shows up in a live picture
Kevin Michaluk / CrackBerry.com blogs: BlackBerry Gemini Loses its Shyness and Poses for a Pic!
John Schwartz / New York Times:
Mistrial by iPhone: Juries' Web Research Upends Trials — Last week, a juror in a big federal drug trial in Florida admitted to the judge that he had been doing research on the case on the Internet, directly violating the judge's instructions and centuries of legal rules.