The Official Palm Blog:
Mojo SDK available to all — After a successful early access program, Palm's Mojo Software Development Kit is available to all interested app developers. The SDK can be downloaded from a new developer portal — Palm webOSdev — at developer.palm.com. Any interested developer …
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John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: Palm Pre Apps Catalog Hopefully a Bit Less Sparse by Fall
Victor Agreda, Jr / Download Squad: Palm finally unleashes Mojo SDK so you can make webOS fart apps for the Pre
Joshua Topolsky / Engadget: Palm makes Mojo SDK beta and docs publicly available, officially …
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines: Palm launches webOS SDK, aims to bolster app lineup
Bonnie Cha / Crave: The gadget blog: Palm releases Mojo SDK Beta for WebOS
Ilinca Nita / Unwired View: Palm makes the Mojo SDK available to everyone
Tricia Duryee / mocoNews: Palm Opens Floodgates To App Catalog, Kind Of
Marin Perez / InformationWeek: Palm Releases Mojo webOS SDK
Alex Wilhelm / Techgeist: Want To Code A Pre App? Get To It!
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: Palm Opens Up Mojo SDK to All App Developers
James Kendrick / jkOnTheRun: Palm Pre Mojo SDK Freely Available: Apps Needed
Tony Peric / all things Pre: Sprint Holding an Open Developer Conference
Zach Epstein / Boy Genius Report: Oh hi, developers; Palm opens Mojo SDK
Amy-Mae Elliott / Pocket-lint.com: Palm opens Mojo webOS SDK to all
Dieter Bohn / PreCentral.net: Palm Releases Mojo SDK!
Will Park / IntoMobile: Palm pushes WebOS Mojo SDK to all devs!
Priya Ganapati / Gadget Lab: Palm Offers Pre Software Developers Kit to All
Shawn Brown / Palm WebOS: Palm releases Mojo SDK to developers
Jamie Lendino / AppScout: Breaking: Palm Releases Mojo SDK for Palm Pre
Robert Evans / I4U News: Palm Opens App Development For webOS.
Kindaskimpy / Palm webOS Blog: Mojo SDK Available to All - Right Now!
John Cox / Network World: Palm liberates the Mojo SDK for webOS
John Gruber / Daring Fireball: Palm's Mojo SDK Now Available to All
Paul Krill / ITworld.com: Palm Pre SDK is out
Jason D. O'Grady / The Apple Core: iTunes 8.2.1 stops Palm Pre from syncing
Thom Holwerda / OSNews: Palm Releases webOS Mojo SDK to All
Michael Santo / Alice Hill's Real Tech News: Mojo SDK Released to All (Finally)
Emil Protalinski / Ars Technica:
Apple demanded Microsoft to stop its Laptop Hunters ads — According to a Microsoft executive, Apple legal isn't too happy with Microsoft's Laptop Hunters ads. — Kevin Turner, Microsoft's Chief Operating Officer, told partners during his Worldwide Partner Conference keynote …
Discussion: eWeek, The Microsoft Blog, BusinessWeek, PC World, Technologizer, NEWSFACTOR, Gawker, CNET News, Lockergnome Blog Network, TechFlash, Gizmodo, Gadget Lab, the Econsultancy blog, Techgeist, Switched, OSNews, Mashable!, CrunchGear, Pocket-lint.com, Pulse2 and gdgt
Nicholas Kolakowski / eWeek: Microsoft On Offensive Against Apple, Says Executive
Peter Burrows / BusinessWeek: Microsoft's Ad Campaigns: Have They Changed Your Mind?
Nick Mediati / PC World: MS Exec: Apple Complained About Laptop Hunters Ads
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: About Those Totally Unscripted Microsoft Commercials...
Ryan Tate / Gawker: Surprise: Twitter Would Rather You Not Follow the Site That Leaked Its Hacked Files
Steven Musil / CNET News: Microsoft: Apple wanted ‘Laptop Hunters’ ads pulled
Ron Schenone / Lockergnome Blog Network: Apple To Microsoft - Stop Those Ads!
Charlie Sorrel / Gadget Lab: Apple Begged Microsoft to Stop Running ‘Laptop Hunter’ Ads
Michael Klurfeld / Techgeist: Laptop Hunters Will Have to Go
Thom Holwerda / OSNews: ‘Apple Asked Microsoft To Take Down Laptop Hunter Ads’
Devin Coldewey / CrunchGear: The Microsoft Store is real, first locations to open this fall
Amy-Mae Elliott / Pocket-lint.com: Microsoft to target Apple Stores for new shop locations
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Microsoft COO Received “Greatest Single Phone Call” …
Joshua Siegel / Google Mobile Blog:
Search with My Location for iPhone 3.0. And All that Jazz — I recently visited NYC where I met up with my friend Joanne, a jazz singer with a wonderful 1920's throwback style. I wanted to find a jazz club close to my hotel on the west side for us to meet.
Eric Slivka / MacRumors iPhone Blog: Google Brings “Search With My Location” to Safari on iPhone 3.0
Jessica Dolcourt / CNET News: Google's Location comes to iPhone's Safari
Darrell Etherington / TheAppleBlog: Google Brings Local Web Search to iPhone via Safari
Greg Sterling / Local Mobile Search: Google Taps Safari for Location on the iPhone
Todd Ogasawara / MobileContentToday: Google My Location for iPhone 3.0 Only Available if You Logout!
Kevin Purdy / Lifehacker: Google Mobile Adds Local Search to iPhone 3.0
Roman Loyola / Macworld:
First look: Comcast Mobile App for iPhone — Comcast is one of the largest cable TV and Internet service providers in the United States, and the company on Thursday released the Comcast Mobile App for iPhone (iTunes Store link), which allows you to access some of Comcast's services from your iPhone or iPod touch over Wi-Fi.
Discussion: PC Magazine, MobileCrunch, MacRumors iPhone Blog, DSLreports, TUAW and Macworld
Sean Ludwig / PC Magazine: Hands On: Comcast's iPhone App
Eric Slivka / MacRumors iPhone Blog: “Comcast Mobile App” Hits the App Store
Karl Bode / DSLreports: Check your mail, voicemail, and TV listings...
Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Land: Google For iPhone Adds “My Location” Feature
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Is There Really a Recovery in the Works? Time to Check With Google. — Is the ad market really starting to rebound? Or is the (muted, cautious) happy talk we we're hearing this spring just happy talk? Time to take a peek at Google's quarterly earnings this afternoon, which might give us some insight.
Discussion: Reuters, Dealscape and Seeking Alpha
Sara Behunek / Dealscape: Google second-quarter earnings preview
Dealscape / Seeking Alpha: Google Q2: What to Expect
Quentin Hardy / Forbes: Why Google's Still Got It
Michael Bettiol / Boy Genius Report:
BlackBerry OS 5.0 to have tabbed browsing — You know us; we have nothing for love for RIM but it seems that its case of ADD is a lot worse than previously thought. For the better part of a week we've been playing around with a new beta build of OS 5. and noticed that it has a new feature …
Discussion: Newlaunches.com, Web Browsers, MobileCrunch, CrackBerry.com blogs, IntoMobile, Phone Arena, Electronista and BerryReview.com
Vygantas Lipskas / Web Browsers: BlackBerry OS 5.0 to Have Tabbed Browsing
Ronen Halevy / BerryReview.com: Rumor: Screenshot of BlackBerry Browser With Tabs? …
Apple drops to 5th in US computer sales — Apple has sunk a full position in the US computer market during the spring, according to early estimates by IDC. The Mac producer is expected to have dropped from fourth place in the winter to fifth in the spring as it should have shipped 12.4 …
Discussion: Digital Daily, Between the Lines, Crave, Windows Connected, GMSV, I4U News, IDC and Silicon Alley Insider
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: Mac Shipments Up. Also, Mac Shipments Down.
Dan Ackerman / Crave: The gadget blog: Apple drops to No. 5 in laptop sales — are cheaper MacBooks the answer?
Matt Freestone / Windows Connected: Apple losing market share, looks like ‘PC Hunter’ ads are effective...
John Murrell / GMSV: Keep punching in the clinches, champ, you're getting to him
Robert Evans / I4U News: Apple Loses Ground in Computer Sales.
Preethi Dumpala / Silicon Alley Insider: Apple Drops To Fifth In Laptop Sales
Nick Nguyen / Mozilla Add-ons Blog:
Firefox Add-ons Contributions Pilot — The Firefox Add-ons community is an amazing source of creativity and innovation for Firefox users all over the world. Thousands of developers create add-ons that foreshadow the future of Web browsers, and until today, developers who wanted some sort …
Discussion: Between the Lines, CNET News, Download Squad, ReadWriteWeb, The Mozilla Blog, Softpedia News, Mashable! and Mozilla Links
Josh Lowensohn / CNET News: Mozilla gives add-on developers a tip jar
Lee Mathews / Download Squad: ASK DLS: What do you think about Mozilla passing the collection plate …
Sarah Perez / ReadWriteWeb: Like That Firefox Add-on? New Contributions Program will Encourage You to Pay
Nicole Loux / The Mozilla Blog: Introducing Firefox Add-ons Contributions Pilot
Stan Schroeder / Mashable!: Contributions: Help Firefox Add-On Developers by Donating Money
Percy Cabello / Mozilla Links: Mozilla Add-ons lets you support add-on development
Amy Schatz / Digits:
Will Legalizing Marijuana Win This, Too? — Have an idea for how the federal government could make sure all Americans have access to affordable broadband service? — Google — Google and the Google-funded New America Foundation are launching an effort this morning to help Americans vote …
Josh Lowensohn / CNET News: Google wants to know how you'd change broadband
Stacey Higginbotham / GigaOM: Google Wants YOU to Fight a Beltway Battle for Broadband
Richard Whitt / Google Public Policy Blog:
Submit your ideas to change the face of broadband
Submit your ideas to change the face of broadband
Discussion: Ars Technica, dailywireless.org and Epicenter
Matthew Lasar / Ars Technica: Google, New America ease National Broadband Plan feedback
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: Broadband Nation: A New Moonshot
Ryan Singel / Epicenter: Feds Need Your Broadband Suggestions, Google Says
John Plunkett / Guardian:
‘Almost all’ news sites will charge within a year, predicts FT editor — Building payment platforms is one of key challenges facing news organisations, says Financial Times editor Lionel Barber — The Financial Times editor, Lionel Barber, has predicted that “almost all” …
Discussion: blogs.telegraph.co.uk, paidContent and Reportr.net
Shane Richmond / blogs.telegraph.co.uk: The newspaper paywall argument still doesn't make sense
Robert Andrews / paidContent: FT Ed Expects ‘Almost All’ Papers To Charge Online In 2010
Alfred Hermida / Reportr.net: Questions over who would be willing to pay for online news
Brier Dudley / Seattle Times:
Amazon makes good on cracked Kindles — Excerpts from the blog After countless calls and e-mails, Amazon.com finally responded to the story we broke Tuesday about a Seattle customer... Excerpts from the blog — After countless calls and e-mails, Amazon.com finally responded to the story …
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider, PC World, InformationWeek and TECH.BLORGE.com
Preethi Dumpala / Silicon Alley Insider: Amazon Replacing Cracked Kindles For Free
Jared Newman / PC World: Amazon Will Replace Cracked Kindles
Antone Gonsalves / InformationWeek: Amazon Promises To Replace Cracked Kindles
Rory Cellan-Jones / dot.life:
Green shoots in the music industry? — Is it possible that the music industry has finally spotted the light at the end of the tunnel - and it's not the flashing light on the oncoming Pirate Express locomotive? — This week a big piece of research has come up with two startling conclusions …
Discussion: broadstuff and Softpedia News
Alan Patrick / broadstuff: Facing the music and paying the Piper
Emma Barnett / Telegraph:
Music fans still prefer buying CDs over downloads
Music fans still prefer buying CDs over downloads
Discussion: Maximum PC all and Music Ally
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Chrome For Mac Starting To Look Polished — No, it's not ready yet. But it does at least look like the Mac release of Chrome is getting ready for prime time. — Now, let me be clear: I am not testing out that rather bogus “Developer Release” of Chrome that Google announced to placate users last month …
Marguerite Reardon / CNET News:
Nokia sales and profits dip in 2nd quarter — Nokia, the world's largest maker of mobile phones, reported Thursday that its second-quarter operating profit fell 71 percent to 427 million euros ($600 million) from 1.47 billion euros during the same quarter a year earlier.
Discussion: TheStreet.com, Reuters, The Register, Digital Daily, Fast Company and Electronista
Scott Moritz / TheStreet.com: Tech Rumor of the Day: Nokia's Smartphone Stumbles
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: A “Tough” Quarter? I'll Say...
Peter Sayer / PC World:
Declining Phone Sales Drive Down Nokia Net Income in Q2
Declining Phone Sales Drive Down Nokia Net Income in Q2
Discussion: Boy Genius Report
Rich Miller / Data Center Knowledge:
Google's Chiller-less Data Center — The equipment yard at the Google data center in Belgium features no chillers. (Photo from Google) — Google (GOOG) has begun operating a data center in Belgium that has no chillers to support its cooling systems, a strategy that will improve …
Discussion: Between the Lines and The Register
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines: Google's Belgium data center: Hold the chillers
Cade Metz / The Register: Google data center born without chillers
Alex Chitu / Google Operating System:
Google Reader's Social Evolution — For more than a year, Google Reader has been struggling to add social features and almost all the new features were contrived, difficult to use and only cluttered the interface. — Originally, Google Reader's only social feature was sharing items in a public page.
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent: Google Reader Gets (Another) Social Media Makeover
Jenna Bilotta / Official Google Reader Blog: Following, liking and people searching
Thomas Claburn / InformationWeek: Google Reader Goes Social
Jordan McCollum / Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim: Google Reader: Now with More Social!
Tim Finin / UMBC ebiquity: Google Reader gets more social
Lee Mathews / Download Squad: Google Reader now 66.6% less antisocial
Mike Abundo / 901am: Google Reader Starts Looking Like Facebook
Charlie Anzman / SEO and Tech Daily: Google Reader - Glitch or not?
Eric Slivka / MacRumors Page 2:
Steve Jobs Makes Appearance at Coldplay Concert — One of Coldplay's roadies reports that Steve Jobs attended the band's concert at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California on Monday night and made a backstage visit to chat with some of the band members and other VIPs.
Discussion: Brainstorm Tech, coldplay, Softpedia News and MacDailyNews
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
MySpace CEO: “Our users don't know if we're a social portal, a music site, or an entertainment hub” — One thing that's great about MySpace CEO Owen Van Natta - his emails to employees always have at least one good sound bite. In June the zinger was his reference to laid off employees as “bloat.”
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Twitter's Financial Forecast Shows First Revenue In Q3, 1 billion users in 2013 — Our negotiations with Twitter (or rather Twitter's lawyers) over our intention to publish a small subset of the 310 hacked confidential documents continue. We published the first document …
Discussion: Computerworld, PC World, LIVEdigitally, citmedialaw.org, Contentinople, New York Times, Gawker, MediaFile, MarketingVOX, Internet Evolution, DealBook, Bits, blogs.telegraph.co.uk, Twitterrati, the Econsultancy blog, Softpedia News, thylmann.net, GMSV, Adrants, VentureBeat and ChasNote, Thanks:gsharma
Gregg Keizer / Computerworld: Hacker break-in of Twitter e-mail yields secret docs
Ian Paul / PC World: Will Twitter Sue TechCrunch?
Sam Bayard / citmedialaw.org: First Amendment Protects TechCrunch's Publication of (Some) Hacked Twitter Documents
Eric Auchard / MediaFile: Twitter business math: Counting backward from billions
Nicole Ferraro / Internet Evolution: Twitter Forecasts Imaginary Financials
Claire Cain Miller / Bits: The Debate Over Publishing Stolen Twitter Documents
Basheera Khan / blogs.telegraph.co.uk: Twitter's hack is a timely reminder that the cloud is only as safe as you make it
Mark Evans / Twitterrati: Twitter: Show Me the Revenue (Stream)!
Patricio Robles / the Econsultancy blog: Twitter hack: insight into a hot startup that may be losing its edge
Oliver Thylmann / thylmann.net: The Twittergate Document Leakage
John Murrell / GMSV: Like many crime victims, Twitter blames itself
Steve Hall / Adrants: Twitter Testing Contextual Advertising System
Kim-Mai Cutler / VentureBeat: Will Twitter really make $1.54 billion in 2013?
Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica:
12% of e-mail users have actually tried to buy stuff from spam — Be honest: have you ever responded to a spam e-mail? Do you know anyone who has? If you're like most of us at Ars, you can't fathom why anyone would respond to most of the messages we get, but a new study released …
Ian Paul / PC World: Spam: Still A Shopper's Paradise
John Leyden / The Register: High spam response powers junk mail economy
Dave Parrack / TECH.BLORGE.com: Spam email fools millions of American Internet users
Patricio Robles / the Econsultancy blog: What you can learn from the success of spam email
Chris Murphy / InformationWeek: Does Spam Work For IT Services?
Victor Godinez / techblog.dallasnews.com: 12 percent of e-mail users have tried to buy something from spam
Robert Lemos / Technology Review: Catching Spammers in the Act
The Official Google Blog:
Plan ahead: Document and share your health wishes with Google Health — Do you have medical records gathering dust in a pile somewhere? As a doctor and nurse on the Google Health team, we've both had a lot of experience working directly in the healthcare system, with all the bills …
Discussion: TechCrunch, ReadWriteWeb and Mashable!, Thanks:sinkercat
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: Pull the Plug or Life Support? Google Wants To Know Your Final Wishes
Adam Ostrow / Mashable!: Would You Share Your Final Wishes With Google?
Franklin Paul / Reuters:
Palm shares sink after Apple closes iTunes sync — NEW YORK (Reuters) - Shares of Palm Inc fell more than 3 percent on Thursday after Apple Inc closed a loophole in iTunes that had allowed the music management software to be synchronized with Palm's Pre phone.
Discussion: BusinessWeek, Palm WebOS and Local Mobile Search
Arik Hesseldahl / BusinessWeek: Apple To Palm: It's On. The Pre Is Locked Out Of iTunes
Can Bill Gates Control the Weather? — Brennon Slattery — Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft, is a man with a permanent light bulb over his head. His latest idea? Controlling the weather. Sounds insane, but in a patent application recently released to the public …
Nicholas Kolakowski / eWeek: Bill Gates' Latest Venture: Stopping Hurricanes
Dell Aims to Put All-in-one PC on Business Desks — With the aim to reclaim desk space, Dell on Thursday announced its first all-in-one PC for small-and-medium businesses. — The Vostro All-In-One is targeted at SMBs who want a cleaner and productive workspace, said Kirk Schell, director of the Vostro product group at Dell.
Discussion: eWeek, Engadget and Electronista
Michelle Maisto / eWeek: Dell Vostro All-In-One Desktop Expands Small Business PC Lineup
Donald Melanson / Engadget: Dell debuts Vostro All In One desktop
Anne-Marie Hayden / priv.gc.ca:
Facebook needs to improve privacy practices, investigation finds — Privacy Commissioner recommends steps to ensure social networking site better protects the privacy of users and meets the requirements of Canadian privacy legislation — In order to comply with Canadian privacy law …
Discussion: Bloomberg, PC World, Reuters, ReadWriteWeb, CircleID, TechCrunch and p2pnet
Frederic Lardinois / ReadWriteWeb: Canada Tells Facebook to Improve Its Privacy Practices
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch: Canadian Privacy Commissioner Says Facebook Is Full Of Holes
Jordan Golson / GigaOM:
Yahoo's Number Ones, So Much More Than Search — Sure, Yahoo might be second in search (which is still, in and of itself, pretty good), but the company is far from a has-been — I know a ton of startups that would kill for the eyeballs that it snags in many of its market categories …
Discussion: Search Engine Land and Silicon Alley Insider
Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Land: Yahoo Dominates The Web, Just Not In Search
Dan Rayburn / The Business Of Online Video:
Ten Years Later, Blockbuster Still Lacks A Digital Media Strategy — Almost ten years ago to the day, on August 24th, 1999, I sat down for dinner at the Mayflower Park Hotel in Seattle with senior executives from Blockbuster about a new video on demand movie service that they claimed, “would forever change the movie industry”.