Bing / Search Blog:
Visual Search - Why type when you can see it? — How many times have you seen a movie trailer and forgotten the name of it the next day? You go online to search for it but you can't seem to find the movie with “what's-his-name” in it anywhere but you can picture the actor in your head.
Discussion: WebProNews, Computerworld, Silicon Alley Insider, Macworld, eWeek, Channel 10, The Register, LiveSide, TechFlash, Google Operating System, Screenwerk, Seattle Times, Pocket-lint.com, Search Engine Watch, DailyFinance, MobileTechWorld, The Noisy Channel, The Next Web Blog, AltSearchEngines, ChannelWeb, Techgeist, Search Engine Journal and TG Daily
Doug Caverly / WebProNews: Bing Introduces Visual Search Feature
Sharon Gaudin / Computerworld: Microsoft fires shot at Google — Bing's Visual Search
Tom Spring / Macworld: Microsoft updates Bing with ‘Visual Search’ feature
Nicholas Kolakowski / eWeek: Microsoft Launches Visual Search for Bing
Sarah Perez / Channel 10: Bing Launches Visual Search
Gavin Clarke / The Register: Bing shines Silverlight on visual search
Kip Kniskern / LiveSide: Bing launches Visual Search at TechCrunch 50
Todd Bishop / TechFlash: Bing launches ‘Visual Search’
Alex Chitu / Google Operating System: Bing Visual Search
Greg Sterling / Screenwerk: Bing 2: ‘Visual Search’ Launches
Sharon Pian Chan / Seattle Times: Microsoft launches new visual search for Bing
Stuart Miles / Pocket-lint.com: Bing visual search declares war on Cooliris
Nathania Johnson / Search Engine Watch: Bing Launches Visual Search Into Beta
Alex Salkever / DailyFinance: Bing's new visual search tools are both stupid and cool
Daniel Tunkelang / The Noisy Channel: Bing Visual Search Beta
Charles S. Knight / AltSearchEngines: Bing announces new Visual Search!
Chad Berndtson / ChannelWeb: Will Visual Search Be Microsoft Bing's Big Thing?
Alex Wilhelm / Techgeist: Bing Announces Visual Search #TC50
Arnold Zafra / Search Engine Journal: Bing Innovates with Visual Search
Aharon Etengoff / TG Daily: Microsoft snipes at Google's market share with Visual Search
Rafe Needleman / CNET News:
Microsoft launches Bing ‘Visual Search’ — You see that headline? “Visual Search” is in quotation marks because Monday's announcement at the TechCrunch 50 conference about Bing's new search feature is a bit of a canard. — What Microsoft is launching is very cool, mind you.
Discussion: internetnews.com, eWeek, Google Watch, Computerworld, Bloomberg, Digital Inspiration, The Microsoft Blog, All about Microsoft, Digital Daily, Ars Technica, ReadWriteWeb, Bits, TechCrunch, paidContent, VentureBeat, Technologizer, Search Engine Land, Silicon Alley Insider, Mashable!, the Econsultancy blog, The Noisy Channel, AppScout, Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim and John Battelle's Searchblog
Clint Boulton / eWeek: Google Leads in Search Engine Quality Test, But Bing Impresses
Nancy Gohring / Computerworld: Bing encourages visual search
Nick Eaton / The Microsoft Blog: Microsoft unveils Bing Visual Search
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft: Microsoft Bing gets visual search; full 2.0 update later this fall
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: Bing: Now With Visual Search
Emil Protalinski / Ars Technica: Hands on: Bing gains Silverlight-only Visual Search feature
Frederic Lardinois / ReadWriteWeb: Making Search Prettier: Bing Launches Visual Search
Miguel Helft / Bits: Microsoft Bing Adds Visual Search Option
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch: Bing Pops With Visual Search
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent: Microsoft's Bing Introduces Visual Search Feature
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: Bing Search Gets Visual
Elisabeth Osmeloski / Search Engine Land: Bing 2.0 “Visual Search” Launches, Allows Search By Pictures
Nicholas Carlson / Silicon Alley Insider: Bing Tries More Pictures, Less Text
Stan Schroeder / Mashable!: Bing Launches Visual Search
Daniel Tunkelang / The Noisy Channel: Is Bing Optimizing for the Short Snout?
Matthew Murray / AppScout: Bing Goes the Visual Internet
John Battelle / John Battelle's Searchblog: Bing Gets Visual
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Intuit To Acquire (Former TechCrunch50 Winner) Mint For $170 Million — Intuit will acquire the free online personal finance service Mint, we've confirmed from a source close to the deal, for around $170 million. Silicon Alley Insider first reported a rumor on this. The deal should be announced in the next few days.
Discussion: internetnews.com, PC World, L.A. Times Tech Blog, GigaOM, Obsessable, Silicon Alley Insider, Fast Company, Technologizer, bub.blicio.us, StartupDunia, Venture Capital Dispatch, PE Hub Blog, Inc.com, BloggingStocks and CNET News, Thanks:atul
Philip Michaels / PC World: Intuit Likes the Taste of Mint
Sanfrandan / L.A. Times Tech Blog: TechCrunch50: Mint makes a mint
Jordan Golson / GigaOM: Why Buying Mint Makes Sense For Intuit
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider: Mint.com Deal: Intuit Paying $170 Million Cash, Keeping Quicken Online
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: Mintuit: It's Official
Kristen Nicole / bub.blicio.us: Mint Acquisition Paves Way for Personal Assistant Tools
Deborah Gage / PE Hub Blog: Mint.com Got An Offer It Couldn't Refuse
Don Reisinger / CNET News: Intuit to swallow Mint for $170 million
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines:
It's official: Intuit buys Mint.com; Plans to keep Mint.com and Quicken Online
It's official: Intuit buys Mint.com; Plans to keep Mint.com and Quicken Online
Discussion: Business Wire, the Econsultancy blog, CloudAve, TechCrunch and SmartPlanet
Patricio Robles / the Econsultancy blog: Mint.com makes a mint, being acquired for $170m
Zoli Erdos / CloudAve: MinTuit: a Second Look. (You Will Be Assimilated).
Larry Dignan / SmartPlanet: Why Intuit's purchase of Mint.com is so smart
Brian Fitzpatrick / Google Public Policy Blog:
Introducing DataLiberation.org: Liberate your data! — Imagine you want to move out of your apartment. When you ask your landlord about the terms of your previous lease, he says that you are free to leave at any time; however, you cannot take all of your things with you - not your photos, your keepsakes, or your clothing.
Discussion: PC World, WebProNews, Data Liberation, Between the Lines, CNET News, Stephen Baker, Lifehacker, InformationWeek, Search Engine Journal, AppScout, Webmonkey, Mashable! and ReadWriteWeb, Thanks:atul
Chris Crum / WebProNews: Google Wants You to Be Able to Leave if You Want
JJ Lueck / Data Liberation: Welcome to the Data Liberation Front
Tom Krazit / CNET News: Google data liberation project adds Docs, Sites
Thomas Claburn / InformationWeek: Google Data Liberation Front Fights ‘Evil’ Lock-In
Arnold Zafra / Search Engine Journal: All Your Data Belong to You, Says Google's Data Liberation Front
Chloe Albanesius / AppScout: Google's ‘Data Liberation Front’ Explains How to Export Data
Scott Gilbertson / Webmonkey: Google's ‘Data Liberation Front’ Aims to Make Your Data Portable
Christina Warren / Mashable!: HOW TO: Get Your Data Out of Google
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: New Google Site Offers Instructions For Moving Data From Google Services
Arn / MacRumors:
Apple Drops 40GB Apple TV and Discounts 160GB Model to $229 — Apple has quietly discontinued the 40GB Apple TV overnight and reduced the price of the 160GB model down to $229. Previously, the 40GB and 160GB models were priced at $229 and $329, respectively. — Now Apple is offering only a single 160GB model at $229.
Discussion: Ars Technica, PC World, AppleInsider, eWeek, Silicon Alley Insider, Engadget, Obsessable, NewTeeVee, The iPhone Blog, Computerworld, Mashable!, I4U News, TheAppleBlog and TechSpot
Chris Foresman / Ars Technica: How Apple could make the newly cheaper Apple TV useful
Seth Weintraub / PC World: Apple's 40GB AppleTV Slinks Away in the Night
Nicholas Kolakowski / eWeek: Apple Slashes Apple TV Price to $229, Eliminates 40GB Model
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider: Lower Pricing Won't Save Apple TV
Thomas Ricker / Engadget: Apple TV price slashed, 40GB model dropped
C.K. Sample III / Obsessable: Apple TV — Apple TV is a networked video playback device created by Apple.
Chris Albrecht / NewTeeVee: Apple Kills 40GB Apple TV, Lowers Price of 160GB Model
Christina Warren / Mashable!: Apple Cuts Price on Apple TV, Drops 40GB Model
Robert Evans / I4U News: 160 GB Apple TV Now $229, 40 GB Discontinued
Charles Jade / TheAppleBlog: 160GB Apple TV Gets Price Cut, 40GB Discontinued
Jose Vilches / TechSpot: Apple lowers Apple TV price, drops 40GB model
Prince McLean / AppleInsider:
Apple's TuneKit iTunes LP format appears aimed at Apple TV
Apple's TuneKit iTunes LP format appears aimed at Apple TV
Discussion: BetaNews, Silicon Alley Insider, TUAW, The iPhone Blog and Electricpig
Tim Conneally / BetaNews: Apple TV lineup shuffled, major updates expected
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider: Apple Kills Off 40GB Apple TV
Mel Martin / TUAW: Apple TV: What happens now?
Rene Ritchie / The iPhone Blog: Apple TV: 160GB Price Cut, 40GB Completely Cut
Ben Sillis / Electricpig: iTunes Extras to work with Apple TV?
Nicholas Carlson / Silicon Alley Insider:
BusinessWeek Staffers “Freak Out” Over Error-Filled New York Times Story — BusinessWeek staffers are upset about “numerous errors” in an unflattering story published on the McGraw-Hill magazine in this morning's New York Times. — None challenge the gist of the Times's story …
Stephanie Clifford / New York Times:
BusinessWeek, on the Block and Ailing
BusinessWeek, on the Block and Ailing
Robert Quigley / Mediaite: BusinessWeek Spent $16M On Middling Social Networking Site
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Brainstorm Tech:
Accounting rule change in Apple's favor — A change in accounting rules for which Apple (AAPL) — among other high-tech companies — lobbied heavily won tentative approval last Thursday. The change could significantly affect both the company's reported earnings and its stock price.
Discussion: Ars Technica, PC World, iLounge, CNET News, MacRumors and AppleInsider
Chris Foresman / Ars Technica: Accounting rules change could end iPod touch update fee
Charles Starrett / iLounge: Mix: Agent18, Griffin, NAND, iPhone accounting
Eric Bangeman / Ars Technica:
Judge: Safe Harbor applies to Veoh; UMG lawsuit eviscerated — Universal Music Group's copyright infringement lawsuit against Veoh Networks is all but over after a judge issued a summary judgment in favor of the user-generated video site, saying it qualified for protection under the DMCA's Safe Harbor provision.
Scott M. Fulton, III / BetaNews: DMCA protected video site Veoh from infringement, court rules
Greg Sandoval / CNET News: Veoh wins copyright case; YouTube wins, too?
Liz Gannes / NewTeeVee: Court Throws Out UMG Lawsuit Against Veoh
Michael Klurfeld / Techgeist: Judge Slams Universal Music Group In Landmark Copyright Case
Michael Learmonth / AdAge: Veoh Ruling Could Deal Blow to Viacom Suit Against YouTube
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
TC50: Spawn Labs Is Slingbox For Video Games — Slingbox owners love their devices. They allow you to watch your home television content anywhere you are in the world with an Internet connection. A new startup, Spawn Labs, launching today at TechCrunch50 wants to extend that concept to video games.
Discussion: PC World, Don Dodge on The Next …, paidContent, Technologizer, Big Download Blog, CNET News, Silicon Alley Insider, VG247, Joystiq, VentureBeat, Gearlog, Gizmodo, Austin Startup and Techgeist
Mark Sullivan / PC World: Favorite Startups from TechCrunch50 Conference
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: Spawn: It's SlingBox for Your Console Games
Josh Lowensohn / CNET News: New hardware at TechCrunch50
Preethi Dumpala / Silicon Alley Insider: TechCrunch 50: Our Favorites So Far
Patrick Garratt / VG247: Spawn Labs launches console games streaming box
JC Fletcher / Joystiq: Spawn Labs HD-720 enables streaming of console games
Mark Hachman / Gearlog: TechCrunch50: Remote-Controlled Xboxes, Cableless Cables
Sean Fallon / Gizmodo: Spawn HD-720 Is Like a Slingbox For Your Console Games
Josh Jones-Dilworth / Austin Startup: Spawn Labs launches at TechCrunch 50
Kim-Mai Cutler / VentureBeat:
Facebook support for Twitter-like mentions now live — Facebook is now supporting @ symbol for tagging friends in posts and status updates. The company said last week it would move toward adopting the convention, which started on Twitter. — The symbol has been part of Twitter etiquette for a long time.
Discussion: PC World, Inside Facebook, All Facebook, New York Times and The Next Web Blog
Tony Bradley / PC World: Tag! You're It. Facebook Deploys a Twitter-Style ‘@’ Tag
Claire Cain Miller / New York Times: Facebook Is Going for Some Twitter Sensibility
Ian Paul / PC World:
iPhone MMS Shows Up Early — Some lucky iPhone owners are reporting that multimedia messaging has started working on their iPhones. The earliest report about MMS activation came from Mediaite blogger Ash Kalb on Saturday who said select U.S. iPhone customers now have MMS support.
Discussion: Gadget Lab, Switched, IntoMobile and Softpedia News
Charlie Sorrel / Gadget Lab: MMS Arrives Early On (Some) iPhones
Terrence O'Brien / Switched: iPhone MMS Makes Early Debut for Some
Simon Sage / IntoMobile: iPhone MMS Shows First Signs of Life on AT&T
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
TC50: Clicker Wants To Be TV Guide For The Web — More and more television content is making its way online. But because of different deals by various networks, it's all over the place. Even the huge sites like Hulu, only skim the surface in showing what is out there.
Discussion: paidContent, Technologizer, VentureBeat, AltSearchEngines, AppScout and The Next Web Blog
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent: Former Ask.com CEO Lanzone Launches Video Search Engine
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: Clicker's Guide to Online Video
Kim-Mai Cutler / VentureBeat: TC50: Clicker is a TV guide for the Internet age
Charles S. Knight / AltSearchEngines: Stealth Report: TV / Video search engine Clicker
Mark Hachman / AppScout: TechCrunch50: The iPhone as a Game Controller?
Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten / The Next Web Blog: Round Up of Session 2 at TC50: New Frontiers (Updating)
Heather Champ / Flickr Blog:
Galleries: Unleash your inner curator — There's a long list of features that we've wanted to develop for our members. Giving our members a way to celebrate the creativity of their fellow members has always been high on that list. Today, we're thrilled to launch our newest feature: galleries.
Discussion: VentureBeat, CNET News, TechCrunch, Thomas Hawk Digital Connection and Mashable!
Paul Boutin / VentureBeat: Flickr Galleries let you curate public photos, videos
Stephen Shankland / CNET News: Flickr adds new photo-sharing idea: Galleries
Thomas Hawk / Thomas Hawk Digital Connection: Flickr Launches “Galleries”
Jeff / Wolfire Blog:
Preview of WebKit's WebGL / Canvas 3D — Yesterday, I was updating my local checkout of WebKit and I noticed a few tests for “WebGL” scroll by (view commit). Apparently, a big WebGL patch has quietly landed. With a name like “WebGL”, I couldn't help but investigate. — What is WebGL?
Discussion: Computerworld, MacRumors, Techgeist, PreCentral.net, Download Squad and TUAW
Mike Keller / Computerworld: Accelerated 3D Graphics In Your Browser!
Michael Klurfeld / Techgeist: WebGL, 3D In The Browser Is A Game-Changer
Jason Robitaille / PreCentral.net: WebGL Support Begins to Arrive in WebKit
Jay Hathaway / Download Squad: WebGL: bringing native 3D graphics to your browser
Megan Lavey / TUAW: WebKit going 3D with WebGL
Sam Gustin / DailyFinance:
Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein on the Pre, the Pixi, and Apple's sense of taste — Jon Rubinstein, CEO of resurgent smartphone-maker Palm (PALM), didn't want to talk about the iPhone when I caught up with him after an event in New York City on Sunday. “I don't focus on the competition,” he told me.
Chris Ziegler / Engadget:
LG officially announces GW620, its first Android phone — Though it already broke cover at IFA out in Germany a few days ago, LG's just sealed the deal on its very first Android phone — the GW620 landscape QWERTY slider. Interestingly, the “Etna” name seen at IFA is missing …
Jason Hiner / Tech Sanity Check: Video: LG goes Android, but Google's mobile OS is still swimming upstream
Ryan Mills / Android and Me: It's official, LG is joining the ranks!
Jung-Ah Lee / Wall Street Journal: LG Plans Android Smartphone
Michael Klurfeld / Techgeist: LG Announces Its First Android Phone, The GW620
Brian Heater / Gearlog: LG Release Europe-Only Android Handset
Michael Bettiol / Boy Genius Report: LG announces the Android-infused LG-GW620
Kevin C. Tofel / jkOnTheRun: LG Boards the Android Train With the GW620 Handset
First real pictures of HTC Leo - All rumours confirmed — PDA.Pl has been lucky enough to have the very first real pictures of HTC Leo (Via PDAClub.pl forums), and the device is a stonker! Present is the massive screen, the gigahertz processor, the amazing thinness, the dual flash and even the words at the back.
Discussion: Engadget, Gizmodo, Electronista, SlashGear, MobileTechWorld, WMExperts, Gadgetell, Mobilewhack.com and I4U News
John Herrman / Gizmodo: HTC Leo Bares All With Huge 4.3-Inch Screen, 1GHz Snapdragon
Chris Davies / SlashGear: HTC Leo caught in wild
Phil Nickinson / WMExperts: HTC Leo live and in the flesh
Robert Evans / I4U News: Gigantic HTC Leo Pictured
TMobile owner eyes multibillion dollar bid for Sprint — Deutsche Telekom has called in banking advisers to study a possible multi-billion dollar bid for Sprint Nextel, the third-largest mobile phone operator in the US. — The company's decision to call in Deutsche Bank comes hot on the heels …
Discussion: AppleInsider, Macworld, Computerworld, The Register, eWeek, CNET News, MobileCrunch, Between the Lines, Deal Journal, Bloomberg, TechFlash, internetnews.com, Softpedia News, Digits, FierceWireless, I4U News, dailywireless.org, BetaNews, Tech Trader Daily, Gearlog, Pulse2 and InformationWeek, Thanks:atul
Daniel Ionescu / Macworld: Report: T-Mobile may buy Sprint to create market giant
Cade Metz / The Register: T-Mobile daddy mulling US merger
Roy Mark / eWeek: Deutsche Telekom Reportedly Planning Sprint Buy
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Report: Deutsche Telekom may bid for Sprint
Jeremy Kessel / MobileCrunch: Sprint and T-Mobile sitting in a (merger) tree?
Sam Diaz / Between the Lines: Sprint extends unlimited plan to businesses; Shares jump on acquisition rumors
Michael Corkery / Deal Journal: Why Deutsche Telekom-Sprint May Not Connect
Ragnhild Kjetland / Bloomberg: Sprint Nextel Shares Climb 20% in Germany After Deutsche Telekom Report
Phil Goldstein / FierceWireless: Report: Deutsche Telekom may acquire Sprint
Robert Evans / I4U News: T-Mobile To Buy Sprint?
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: T-Mobile Declares World War?
Tim Conneally / BetaNews: Sprint + T-Mobile: The odd couple of wireless
Eric Savitz / Tech Trader Daily: Skepticism High On DT/Sprint Combo
Brian Heater / Gearlog: Six Reasons Why T-Mobile Should Not Buy Sprint
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Sprint Selling The HTC Touch Pro2 For $349.99 (*cough* RIP OFF!)
Todd Bishop / TechFlash:
Microsoft to businesses: Enough with the Windows XP already — Microsoft has been haunted for years by the ghost of Windows XP — the 8-year-old operating system that many big businesses still view as good enough for their purposes and far less painful than upgrading to its successor, Windows Vista.
Discussion: Computerworld and All about Microsoft
Gregg Keizer / Computerworld: Microsoft: No TCP/IP patches for you, XP
Venture Capital Dispatch:
VCs Increasingly Keeping Young Start-Ups To Themselves — At a time of modest exit expectations, venture investors are increasingly likely to avoid syndicating first rounds, according to new data from VentureSource. … In the first half of this year, 63.2% of first rounds had only one venture investor.
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Yammer Shows Some Microsoft Love, Launches Plug-In For Outlook And Windows Mobile App — At the start of this year's TechCrunch50 conference, last year's TechCrunch50 winner, Yammer, is making a significant announcement about a partnership with Microsoft. Yammer, a micro-messaging tool for enterprises …
Troy / Inputs & Outputs:
Anatomy of a Malware Ad on NYTimes.com — On Saturday evening, Avast displayed a malware warning as I loaded a nytimes.com article. After some digging, here's the malware I found. — Ad Delivery — nytimes.com article pages include an ad placement with the HTML DOM ID adxBigAd.
Erik Larkin / Computerworld: Learning from the NY Times Attack Ad
Riva Richmond / Gadgetwise: What to Do If You Saw an ‘Antivirus’ Pop-Up Ad
David Kravets / Threat Level: New York Times Reforms Online Ad Sales After Malware Scam
Adam C. Engst / TidBITS: New York Times Web Site Compromised; How to Stay Safe
Aimee Picchi / DailyFinance: Malvertising hits The New York Times
Brian Prince / eWeek Security Watch: NYTimes.com Users Hit by Malicious Ad
Rik Ferguson / CounterMeasures: New York Times pushes Fake AV malvertisement.
Newsosaur / Reflections of a Newsosaur:
Only 51% of pubs think pay walls will fly — A bare 51% of the newspaper publishers in the United States believe they can charge successfully for access to their interactive content, according to a survey released today. The other 49% of publishers either fear that pay walls will fail or just aren't sure.
Discussion: paidContent and Nieman Journalism Lab
David Kaplan / paidContent: Glass Half Full? …
Zachary M. Seward / Nieman Journalism Lab: Lots of data to mull on charging for online content
Paul Krill / InfoWorld:
iPhone gets .Net app development — Novell technology lets developers use .Net and C# instead of C or Objective-C to build applications for Apple's handheld — Novell on Monday will offer a kit for developers to build Apple iPhone and iPod Touch business applications using Microsoft's …
Discussion: internetnews.com, Miguel de Icaza, CNET News, BetaNews, Download Squad and Neowin.net
Rupert Goodwins / CNET News: MonoTouch lets .Net coders build iPhone apps
Scott M. Fulton, III / BetaNews: Here it comes: .NET for the iPhone
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
TC50: Penn & Teller Show Off Their iPhone Magic Trick — The magicians Penn & Teller have this card trick. Except it's not really a card trick, it's an iPhone app. You tell a friend that you know Penn & Teller and that they can guess cards remotely. To prove it you ask them to name a card …
Discussion: L.A. Times Tech Blog, Techgeist and VentureBeat
Alex Wilhelm / Techgeist: Penn and Teller Unveil New iPhone Application #tc50
Andrew LaVallee / Digits:
App Watch: Finding Pot With the iPhone — Medical marijuana, meet location-based mobile marketing. … Seeing an untapped opportunity in the growing number of legal California dispensaries and limited advertising outlets, app developer NexStudios launched iPot, an application for Apple's iPhone that lists nearby stores.
Discussion: I4U News
Robert Evans / I4U News: The iPot App: Cool With Apple
Eric Slivka / MacRumors:
Apple Retail Stores to Gain Dedicated iPhone Activation Areas and Staff? — MacRumors has heard from multiple sources that Apple is planning to enhance the in-store iPhone purchasing and activation process at its retail stores. The changes, due to be rolled out as soon as tomorrow …
Ross Miller / Engadget:
Dell gives Zune HD a 15 percent discount for launch — Chances are if you're wanting a Zune HD on launch day, gaming capabilities in tow, you've already gotten one pre-ordered, but if you're not already financially committed elsewhere, this deal from Dell's website might sway your opinion.
Discussion: CrunchGear, The Toybox and jkOnTheRun
Jennifer Bergen / The Toybox: Dell sells discounted Zune HD before it hits stores
Kevin C. Tofel / jkOnTheRun: 15% Off a ZuneHD or Rhapsody on iPhone?