Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
The Complete Guide To Microsoft's Office 2010 — The web has been abuzz the past few weeks with chatter about Microsoft's announcement today at its Worldwide Partner Conference in New Orleans about the new version of Microsoft Office 2010 (also cached here). There's even a mini-movie about its debut.
Discussion: TechFlash, ReadWriteWeb, VentureBeat, internetnews.com, Seattle Times, Download Squad, All about Microsoft, Google Blogoscoped, The Download Blog, Beyond Binary, Scobleizer, Reuters, Technology Live, SlashGear, I'm Not Actually a Geek, CrunchGear, Deep Jive Interests, Lifehacker and CenterNetworks
Frederic Lardinois / ReadWriteWeb: Microsoft Launches Office Web Apps and Office 2010 in Limited Beta
Sharon Chan / Seattle Times: Microsoft will offer Office docs online for free
Brad Linder / Download Squad: Office 2010 introduced, now with web applications
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft: Microsoft Office Web Apps: No test build until August
Philipp Lenssen / Google Blogoscoped: Microsoft Announcing Web-Based Office
Jason Parker / The Download Blog: First Take: Microsoft Office 2010 Technical Preview
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer: Microsoft's new Office 2010 brings Office back from the dead (tons of videos)of
Jim Finkle / Reuters: Microsoft takes on Google with free Office programs
Brett Molina / Technology Live: Microsoft unveils Office 2010
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Microsoft Office 2010 heads online to counter Google threat
Hutch Carpenter / I'm Not Actually a Geek: Google and Microsoft now driving SaaS's disruptive innovation
Leena Rao / CrunchGear: Everything you want to know about Office 2010
Tony Hung / Deep Jive Interests: Will Microsoft Use Office 10 To Push Internet Explorer and Silverlight?
Kevin Purdy / Lifehacker: Office 2010 Debuting Today, Already on BitTorrent
Allen Stern / CenterNetworks: Microsoft Office 2010 Web Applications Demo
John Herrman / Gizmodo:
Microsoft Office 2010 Web Apps to be Free; Testing Starts Today — After Microsoft's initial announcement, the forthcoming Google-docs-like Office web apps—"Office Web"—kinda fell off the radar. Today, we get confirmation that the online suite will be free, and that Office 2010 will start semi-private testing today.
Discussion: Ars Technica
Emil Protalinski / Ars Technica: Leaked: newer Office 2010 Technical Preview build
Gregg Keizer / Computerworld:
Monday's Office 2010 preview leaks to BitTorrent
Monday's Office 2010 preview leaks to BitTorrent
Randall Bennett / TechVi: Microsoft Office 2010 to feature lightweight web-apps
Long Zheng / istartedsomething:
Office 2010 revealed in great detail via Microsoft videos
Office 2010 revealed in great detail via Microsoft videos
Discussion: Mirror.co.uk, blogs.chron.com, Redmond Pie, Neowin.net, ithinkdifferent, I4U News and Channel Register, Thanks:atul
Taimur Asad / Redmond Pie: Download Microsoft Office 2010 Beta 1
Imran Hussain / ithinkdifferent: Office 2010 Beta 1 leaked and available for download
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: Office 2010 Technical Preview leaks early
Kelly Fiveash / Channel Register: Pulls site - Google loyally caches it
Alexandra Topping / Guardian:
Fall in illegal sharing and boom in streaming are music to executives' ears — • Teenagers switching to streaming sites - survey — • Spotify and YouTube lead the way as habits change — They are the record companies' bogeyman: the 15-year-old in their bedroom ripping off …
Discussion: The Register, Softpedia News, Music Ally, p2pnet, ZeroPaid.com, A VC, Smalltalk Tidbits …, Pocket-lint.com, Seeking Alpha, Lucas Gonze's blog and Technovia
Andrew Orlowski / The Register: File-sharer numbers dip, says survey
Stuart Dredge / Music Ally: Filesharing down by a third among UK teens
Fred / A VC: Streaming Kills Piracy
James A. Robertson / Smalltalk Tidbits, Industry Rants: Model Change — The music industry has been focused on the wrong thing for so long.
Duncan Geere / Pocket-lint.com: Illegal file-sharing drops dramatically
Fred Wilson / Seeking Alpha: Online Music and Video: Streaming Kills Piracy
John Herrman / Gizmodo:
Re-Rumor: Apple Tablet Coming in October, Priced at $800 — The China Times is now reporting that the endlessly-rumored, Apple tablet isn't just coming someday—a fair bet—it's coming soon. It'll land in October, to be exact, when we should expect to pay around $800 for it.
Discussion: MacRumors, Electronista, Digital Daily, Neowin.net, SlashGear, Engadget, Gearlog and Sample the Web
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: Apple Touchscreen Netbook to Launch in October at $800?
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: $800 Apple Tablet Coming in October?
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Apple Tablet tipped for October announce, $800 tag
Thomas Ricker / Engadget: Apple's 9.7-inch ‘netbook’ to debut in October for $800?
Brian Heater / Gearlog: Apple Tablet Rumors Resurface
C.K. Sample III / Sample the Web: Rumors of iTablets return
Matt Cutts / Gadgets, Google, and SEO:
Why Googlers should read Anil Dash's post — Anil Dash wrote a great piece about Google recently, and I think all Googlers should read it. Anil makes several good points, including this one: … This absolutely rings true in my opinion. One of Google's core values is “Don't be evil.”
Discussion: Search Engine Land and ParisLemon, Thanks:atul
Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Land: Google's “Don't Be Evil” Value, Not As Prominent At Google
MG Siegler / ParisLemon: Cutts' Dash Moment
Chris Ziegler / Engadget:
LG's next-gen Chocolate BL40 teased on video, looks good enough to eat — We can't verify the authenticity of the video, but it seems a little far-fetched to believe that even LG diehards out there would've been able to toil away making a very legit-looking promo piece for the company's recently-teased …
Discussion: Fone Arena, Boy Genius Report, IntoMobile, T3.com News, SlashPhone, Unwired View, Electronic Pulp, Gizmodo, CellPassion, Pocket-lint.com and techeblog.com
Sandeep / Fone Arena: New LG Chocolate Black Label Phone!
Michael Bettiol / Boy Genius Report: Is this the LG BL40 Chocolate? If not, it should be
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: Video: LG BL40, the next Chocolate, actually looks like a candy bar …
Kim Poh Liaw / SlashPhone: New LG Chocolate BL40 is a long chocolate bar
Ilinca Nita / Unwired View: LG Chocolate BL40 promo video leaked
David Gonzales / Electronic Pulp: LG Chocolate BL40 previewed in unofficial promo video
John Herrman / Gizmodo: New LG Chocolate Shown on Video, Crazy-Long Design Confirmed
Amy-Mae Elliott / Pocket-lint.com: VIDEO: LG's next-gen Chocolate
Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson / Financial Times:
Note by ‘teenage scribbler’ causes sensation — A research note written by a 15-year-old, who was not born when former UK chancellor Nigel Lawson dismissed London analysts as “teenage scribblers”, has become the talk of middle-aged media executives and investors.
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb, Guardian, Silicon Alley Insider and MediaFile
Julia Kollewe / Guardian: Twitter not for teens, says 15-year-old ‘expert’
Henry Blodget / Silicon Alley Insider: 15-Year Old Analyst Trashes TV, Newspapers, Radio, And...Twitter
Eric Auchard / MediaFile: Most teens find “tweeting” pointless — Morgan Stanley
Simon Thiel / Bloomberg:
Morgan Stanley Intern Says Teens Don't Twitter, Prefer Movies and Concerts — Teenagers spend money on game consoles, cinemas and music concerts while ignoring newspapers, a Morgan Stanley report said, citing Matthew Robson. Robson should know: He is a 15-year-old intern at the securities firm.
Alan Patrick / broadstuff: How Teens *really* use Meedja
Rhee So-eui / Reuters:
LG launches app store, initial focus on Asia — SEOUL (Reuters) - LG Electronics Inc, the world's No. 3 handset maker, is launching an online store for mobile phone applications Tuesday with an initial focus on Asia and aspirations for a more global reach by year-end.
Discussion: Unwired View, Boy Genius Report, IntoMobile, mocoNews, Electronic Pulp and MobileContentToday
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: LG plans to launch the world's 176th App Store, will call it the …
David Gonzales / Electronic Pulp: LG to launch app store tomorrow with initial focus on Asia
Who da'Punk / Mini-Microsoft:
Microsoft Has Turned The Corner — I've got to say: in my opinion, Microsoft has turned The Corner. — You know The Corner. — The one that gets us off of pothole ridden Vista Avenue (one street over from Lincoln in Blue Velvet). The Corner that requires Microsoft to shed some of the fat …
Discussion: Many Niches, ParisLemon and Bob Caswell, Thanks:parislemon
Brandon Watson / Many Niches: Microsoft Turning Corners
MG Siegler / ParisLemon: The Turning Of Microsoft's Massive Cargo Vessel
David Lawsky / Reuters:
Six in 10 companies plan to skip Windows 7: survey — SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Six in 10 companies in a survey plan to skip the purchase of Microsoft Corp's Windows 7 computer operating system, many of them to pinch pennies and others over concern about compatibility with their existing applications.
Discussion: GMSV, Beyond Binary, Pocket-lint.com and TechVi
John Murrell / GMSV: Windows 7 almost ready; customers, not so much
Duncan Geere / Pocket-lint.com: 6 in 10 companies won't take up Windows 7 — Survey blames “a lack of time and resources”
Kevin Harter / TechVi: 60% of companies surveyed will skip Windows 7
Coco Masters / Time:
Fujifilm's New Dimension — Fuji's prototype digicam uses two lenses for simultaneous — More than two decades ago, Fujifilm was one of the first camera manufacturers to see the future of photography was digital. In 1988, the Japanese imaging giant developed the world's first fully digital still camera …
Discussion: Engadget, CrunchGear, EveryJoe, Photography Bay, Imaging Insider, Boing Boing Gadgets, Gadget Lab, SlashGear, 1001 Noisy Cameras, Pocket-lint.com, Gizmodo and DigiCamReview
Robin Parrish / EveryJoe: World's first 3D camera for consumers
Rob Beschizza / Boing Boing Gadgets: FujiFilm's 3D point and shoot coming in 2010
Charlie Sorrel / Gadget Lab: Fujifilm's 3D Digicam Almost Ready for Stores
Amy-Mae Elliott / Pocket-lint.com: Fujifilm's FinePix Real 3D camera due September
John Herrman / Gizmodo: Fuji's 3D Point-and-Shoot Due in September for $600, Features Unnerving Smiley Face
Joshua / DigiCamReview: Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D System
McGraw-Hill Said to Hire Evercore Partners to Sell BusinessWeek Magazine — McGraw-Hill Cos. hired Evercore Partners Inc., the boutique investment bank founded by Roger Altman, to sell BusinessWeek magazine, a person close to the situation said. — The person declined to be identified because the information isn't public.
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider, paidContent and Tech Trader Daily
Nicholas Carlson / Silicon Alley Insider: Cratering BusinessWeek Put Up For Sale
Eric Savitz / Tech Trader Daily: Anyone Want To Buy Business Week?
Pradnya Joshi / New York Times:
When a Blogger Voices Approval, a Sponsor May Be Lurking — Colleen Padilla, a 33-year-old mother of two who lives in suburban Philadelphia, has reviewed nearly 1,500 products, including baby clothes, microwave dinners and the Nintendo Wii, on her popular Web site Classymommy.com.
Discussion: Gawker and The Blog Herald
The Cajun Boy / Gawker: Bloggers Just Selling Out All Over the Place
Thord Daniel Hedengren / The Blog Herald: Reviews: The Marketer's Dream Says NYT
Priya Ganapati / Gadget Lab:
7 Reasons Nokia Phones Get No Love in U.S. — Nokia is the worldwide king of cellphones. But don't tell that to U.S. customers. Nokia's market share in the United States is on the decline, down to 8 percent last year, from 15 percent two years ago. — “Nokia missed a number of handset trends …
Steve Lohr / New York Times:
Study Measures the Chatter of the News Cycle — For the most part, the traditional news outlets lead and the blogs follow, typically by 2.5 hours, according to a new computer analysis of news articles and commentary on the Web during the last three months of the 2008 presidential campaign.
Discussion: Fast Company and Slashdot, Thanks:atul
Acer to launch the dual-OS netbook in August, says paper — Acer is expected to launch its previously announced dual-OS netbook, with both Windows XP and Android, in August 2009, while Quanta Computer and Compal Electronics both set to benefit from the orders, according to a Chinese-language Apple Daily report.
Discussion: Mashable!, Liliputing, SlashGear and Gizmodo
Stan Schroeder / Mashable!: Dual Boot Android Netbook Paves the Way for Chrome OS
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Acer Android dual-boot netbook coming August?
Cecilia Kang / Washington Post:
Rosetta Stone Suing Google Over Advertisers' Trademark Use — Rosetta Stone, the Arlington language-learning software firm, said yesterday it has filed a lawsuit against Google for trademark infringement, alleging the Internet search giant allowed other companies to use Rosetta Stone's trademark brand …
Discussion: Softpedia News, Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim and GigaLaw.com Daily News
Doug Isenberg / GigaLaw.com Daily News: Rosetta Stone Sues Google Over Ad Keywords