Jeremy Horwitz / iLounge:
Ten New Details on the Apple Tablet — Want to know some more about Apple's upcoming tablet device? You're in luck. We've received the scoop from our reliable source—who correctly called the iPod nano 5G, iPhone 3GS and Chinese iPhone 3G months ago. — Apple has created …
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: More “Details” on the Apple Tablet
Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo: The Most Detailed Apple Tablet Rumors Yet: Coming January 19
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: Tablet to be announced before January 19, selling in May or June?
Steven Sande / TUAW: Secret source gives iLounge some Apple tablet rumor love
Rene Ritchie / The iPhone Blog: iTablet to be Announced in January, Launch in Early Summer, Run iPhone OS?
Darrell Etherington / TheAppleBlog: Rumor Has It: Apple Tablet Arriving January 19
Amy-Mae Elliott / Pocket-lint.com: Fresh Apple tablet rumours claim the iPad is due on 19 January
Brad Stone / Bits:
Apple Rehires a Developer of Its Newton Tablet — http://www.flickr.com/photos/ eschipul/ | Michael Tchao — If you were gearing up to launch a tablet computer — and these days, who isn't? — who would you hire to market it? One obvious candidate would be Michael Tchao …
Discussion: eWeek, Softpedia News, Between the Lines, PC World, GMSV, The Register, Macsimum News, I4U News, Brave New World, Mashable!, VentureBeat, Crave, IntoMobile, MobileContentToday, TUAW, The iPhone Blog, TheAppleBlog, Pulse2, CrunchGear, T3.com News, MacRumors, Electricpig.co.uk, Silicon Alley Insider, Electronista, AppleInsider, Mobilewhack.com, Edible Apple and Gearlog, Thanks:mrinaldesai
Nicholas Kolakowski / eWeek: Apple Rehires Michael Tchao, Developer of Newton PDA
John Murrell / GMSV: Newton developer gravitates back to Apple
Rik Myslewski / The Register: Newton designer returns to Apple
Dennis Sellers / Macsimum News: Apple hires (re-hires, that is) former Newton developer
Robert Evans / I4U News: Apple Rehires Newton Tablet Developer
Martyn Daniels / Brave New World: So Which Device Has That X Factor?
Barb Dybwad / Mashable!: Apple Brings Back Tablet Guru
Anthony Ha / VentureBeat: Apple's new hire might be its tablet salesman
Steven Musil / Crave: The gadget blog: Report: Apple brings back Newton developer
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: Former Apple Newton developer rehired by Apple, is now Vice President …
Todd Ogasawara / MobileContentToday: Apple Newton Developer Returns After 15 Years - Tablet in Apple's Future?
Steven Sande / TUAW: Apple hires former Newton guru as new VP of Product Marketing
Rene Ritchie / The iPhone Blog: Newton Developer Returns to Apple as Marketing VP
Liam Cassidy / TheAppleBlog: Apple Rehires Veteran Newton Developer
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Apple Hires Michael Tchao As VP of Product Marketing
Matt Burns / CrunchGear: Apple brings back Newton designer, defines irony
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: Apple Rehires Newton Developer Michael Tchao
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider: Apple Hires Back A Newton Guy
Joanna Stern / Gizmodo:
Dell Latitude Z Hands On: Kills Cords Completely With Wireless Charging — Someone at Dell must have tripped over some wires and after cleaning up the bloody gash came up with the $2,000 anti-cord Latitude Z: It has wireless charging and wirelessly connects to displays too.
Discussion: CNET News, eWeek, Direct2Dell, Engadget, Computerworld, Reuters, LAPTOP Mag, Ars Technica, The Toybox, Electronista, Electricpig.co.uk, Gearlog, jkOnTheRun, GottaBeMobile.com, Softpedia News, CrunchGear, Between the Lines, Gadget Lab, internetnews.com, VentureBeat and The Huffington Post
Erica Ogg / CNET News: Dell brings wireless recharging to laptops
Lionel Menchaca / Direct2Dell: Latitude ON Arrives
Mark Spoonauer / LAPTOP Mag: Dell Latitude Z600 Video Hands-On: Best Business Notebook Yet?
Brian Heater / Gearlog: PCMag's Hands-On With the Wireless Charging Dell Latitude Z
James Kendrick / jkOnTheRun: Dell Latitude Z — Wireless Charging and Docking for the Enterprise
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile.com: Dell Releases the Latitude Z with Wireless Charging
Sam Diaz / Between the Lines: The new Dell: innovation, not just standards, to attract business customers
Priya Ganapati / Gadget Lab: Meet Dell's New $2,000 Laptop
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat: Dell adds consumer coolness to its corporate laptops
Vodafone to Sell iPhone in UK and Ireland — Vodafone and Apple today confirmed that they have reached agreement to bring iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS to the UK and Ireland in early 2010. — Beginning today, Vodafone UK and Vodafone Ireland customers can register their interest in iPhone 3G …
Discussion: Telegraph, Wall Street Journal, last100, Digital Daily, AppleInsider, Mirror.co.uk, Bloomberg, Engadget Mobile, The Register, MacRumors, Internet2Go, Macsimum News, Softpedia News, Guardian, 9 to 5 Mac, TechCrunch Europe, Gadget Lab, iPhoneBANG, Recombu, Mobile Industry Review, SlashPhone, SlashGear, The iPhone Blog, Mobile Roar, dailywireless.org and TUAW
Rupert Neate / Telegraph: Vodafone will sell the iPhone in the UK
Lilly Vitorovich / Wall Street Journal: Vodafone to Sell iPhone in U.K.
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: iPhone Exclusivity: The Beginning of the End?
Sam Oliver / AppleInsider: Vodafone to sell Apple's iPhone in UK, too
Simon Thiel / Bloomberg: Vodafone to Sell IPhone in U.K., Ireland From 2010
Thomas Ricker / Engadget Mobile: Vodafone nabs iPhone in prelude to UK price war
Bill Ray / The Register: Vodafone joins the iPhone throng
Greg Sterling / Internet2Go: iPhone Goes Wide in UK
Richard Wray / Guardian: iPhone deals herald Christmas price war
Jonny Evans / 9 to 5 Mac: Vodafone to sell iPhone in UK, price war looms
Mike Butcher / TechCrunch Europe: iPhone comes to Vodafone as well as Orange - App devs start your engines
Charlie Sorrel / Gadget Lab: Vodafone to Carry iPhone in UK and Ireland
Thomas Newton / Recombu: Vodafone iPhone 3GS coming in early 2010
Kim Poh Liaw / SlashPhone: Vodafone too, Offering iPhone in UK and Ireland
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Vodafone UK next to get iPhone 3GS [Updated]
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: iPhone to S. Korea, China & UK
Megan Lavey / TUAW: Vodafone enters UK iPhone war, sales to begin in 2010
Tom Krazit / CNET News:
Google Wave ready for wider testing — Google Wave is ready for its next step: a more thorough test of its scalability and stability as more than 100,000 new users crowd onto the service. — As promised, Google plans to open Google Wave beyond an extremely limited preview on Wednesday …
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb, TechCrunch, Search Engine Land, The Next Web and The Huffington Post
Frederic Lardinois / ReadWriteWeb: 100,000 Invites: Everything You Need to Know About Tomorrow's …
Greg Sterling / Search Engine Land: Google Broadening Wave Access With GMail-Like Rollout
Martin Bryant / The Next Web: Google Wave invites released today!
Emil Protalinski / Ars Technica:
Newegg reveals Windows 7 OEM prices — Online retail store Newegg has posted Windows 7's OEM prices, and as always they're much cheaper than the retail versions. — Newegg.com today unveiled prices for OEM editions of Windows 7, and as always, they're significantly lower than the full retail versions …
Discussion: CrunchGear, Maximum PC, Techgeist, Gizmodo and Computerworld
Doug Aamoth / CrunchGear: Windows 7 OEM versions offer deep discounts
Paul Lilly / Maximum PC: Windows 7 OEM Pricing Spotted at Newegg
Alex Wilhelm / Techgeist: Windows 7 OEM Pricing Public
Gregg Keizer / Computerworld: How to get Windows 7 OEM at 55% off list price
Sarah Perez / ReadWriteWeb:
Palm Pre's New Strategy: Forget iTunes, Hello Wireless Amazon Downloads — When the Palm Pre debuted, one of its most useful features was its ability to sync with Apple's iTunes software. Unfortunately, how it went about doing this was a little bit underhanded: it pretended to be an iPhone.
Discussion: The Web Life, The Official Palm Blog, FierceMobileContent and Techgeist
Jason Ankeny / FierceMobileContent: Palm ends iTunes sync cat-and-mouse game
Michael Klurfeld / Techgeist: Palm Enables Downloads From Amazon MP3 Store In WebOS 1.2
Chris Ziegler / Engadget:
Garmin-Asus nuvifone G60 finally ready for AT&T: $300 on October 4? — Let's just be brutally honest here: Garmin-Asus' nuvifone G60 is basically the Duke Nukem of phones. We've been following it since before Garmin and ASUS formed their joint venture, since before we we had an inkling …
Discussion: Macworld, Digits, AT&T, Boy Genius Report, Gearlog, I4U News, dailywireless.org, GPS Tracklog, Electronista, Mobilewhack.com and GPS Obsessed
Dan Moren / Macworld: Garmin nuvifone to be released on Oct. 4
Lauren Goode / Digits: Garmin Belatedly Launches Nuviphone
Jamie Lendino / Gearlog: Garmin and AT&T Finally Announce nuvifone G60 Release Date
Robert Evans / I4U News: Garmin-Asus Nuvifone Hits Oct 4
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: AT&T Rolls Out Garmin Navigation Phone
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
Take That, Twitter: Google Hot Trends Integrated Into Google Search — Twitter and real time search continues to attract buzz, and Google's reacting by positioning its “Hot Trends” information in a place where more people will see it, within Google's regular search results.
Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Roundtable: Google Hot Trends Now in Google Search Results
Sharon Gaudin / Computerworld: Google adds Hot Trends to search results
Andy Beal / Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim: Google Still Can't Deliver Real-Time Search; Offers Warmed Up Leftovers Instead
Michael Klurfeld / Techgeist: Google Adds Search Trends, Very Different From Twitter's
Philipp Lenssen / Google Blogoscoped: Google Trends Onebox
Alex Chitu / Google Operating System: Google Hot Trends OneBox
Ben Parr / Mashable!: Google Search Results Now Show Hot Trends
Gregg Keizer / Computerworld:
Microsoft confirms free security software ships Tuesday — Slates 4.7MB Security Essentials for download in the morning, Pacific time — Computerworld - Microsoft today confirmed that it will launch its free security software suite, which has been in development for almost a year, Tuesday morning.
Discussion: CNET News, Hardware 2.0, The Register, Ars Technica, Softpedia News, Microsoft, Redmond Pie, Computerworld, GMSV, Devils Workshop, Maximum PC, GottaBeMobile.com, Windows 7 News and eWeek
Seth Rosenblatt / CNET News: Security Essentials graduates to v1.0
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0: First Look: Microsoft Security Essentials
John Leyden / The Register: MS opens up Security Essentials downloads from today
Emil Protalinski / Ars Technica: First look: Microsoft Security Essentials impresses
Nick Mediati / Computerworld: Microsoft Security Essentials Launches Tuesday
John Murrell / GMSV: Microsoft launches free health care program for PCs
Paul Lilly / Maximum PC: MIcrosoft's Free Security Software Launches Today
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile.com: Microsoft to Launch Free Security Essentials Software Today
Brian Prince / eWeek: Microsoft Security Essentials Available Sept. 29
The Paperboy / Gizmodo:
The Courier Files: How Microsoft Thinks We'll Use Their Secret Tablet — Microsoft's Courier booklet was surprising, mostly because it was so far outside of what everybody now expects from a tablet. This internal video shows how Microsoft thinks we'll use Courier.
Discussion: All about Microsoft, I4U News, BestTabletReview.com, Mobility Site, MobileTechWorld, Engadget, GottaBeMobile.com and SlashGear
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft: Microsoft's Courier tablet: A Franklin Covey planner on steroids?
Robert Evans / I4U News: Microsoft Courier Video Is Beautiful Beyond Words
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile.com: More on the Microsoft Courier Tablet
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Microsoft Courier leaks again: your “infinite journal”
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer: Chrome And Safari Are Rounding Errors — This is the third installment of our exclusive interview last week with Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. In the first article we showed an overview and video footage of the main subject areas we covered: Big Opportunities …
Discussion: Seeking Alpha
Michael Arrington / Seeking Alpha: Microsoft's Ballmer: Chrome and Safari Are Rounding Errors
Elinor Mills / CNET News:
Google, bank resolve issue over misfired e-mail — A bank that accidentally sent sensitive customer information to a Gmail address and persuaded a judge to order Google to deactivate the account has resolved the issue with Google and the companies have filed a motion to dismiss the case.
Discussion: Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim and Mashable!
Andy Beal / Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim: Google & Bank Work Together, But Still Can't Reactivate Gmail Account
Barb Dybwad / Mashable!: Bank and Google Settle, Gmail User Still Waiting
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
CNN Launching Pay iPhone App; Live Streaming For $2 Plus Ads — While Dow Jones follows through with plans to convert some of its iPhone and BlackBerry free app users to paid subscribers, CNN is jumping right into the premium market—although in a small way.
Discussion: NewTeeVee, MediaMemo, Contentinople, Epicenter, PC World, iPhone Savior, L.A. Times Tech Blog, InformationWeek, PC Magazine, dailywireless.org and Mashable!
Chris Albrecht / NewTeeVee: Be an iReporter With CNN's iPhone App
Erin Barker / Contentinople: News Bits: CNN Launches iPhone App
Eliot Van Buskirk / Epicenter: CNN's iPhone News App is Informative And Empowering
Daniel Ionescu / PC World: CNN's New iPhone App Puts Rivals to Shame
Ray Basile / iPhone Savior: CNN Mobile App Charges iPhone Users to View Ads
Eric Zeman / InformationWeek: CNN's iPhone App Lets Everyone Be A Reporter
Jamie Lendino / PC Magazine: CNN Unveils iPhone App with iReport
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: CNN: Live on iPhone
Joe Sharkey / New York Times:
Foreign Airlines Ahead of U.S. on Cellphone Use — Cellphone use on airplanes, it would seem, is on extended hold in the United States. — The national union representing flight attendants wants Congress to ban in-flight phone calls, and survey after survey of airline passengers shows strong opposition …
Discussion: MarketingVOX and Technologizer
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: Phones on Planes? No Thank You!
Jennifer Martinez / GigaOM:
AppBank Wants to Help You Cash In on Facebook Apps — AppBank, a Seattle-based startup, today is launching a free application in beta that lets people without coding skills build their own Facebook apps, such as a quiz or game, in four steps — and earn a cut of the revenue from ads placed within them.
Discussion: paidContent, Venture Capital Dispatch, All Facebook, The Seattle Times and Xconomy
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent: Startup Hopes To Shake Up DIY Facebook App Market By Sharing Ad Revenue
Nick O'Neill / All Facebook: Earn Beer Money By Building Apps With AppBank
Kasper Jade / AppleInsider:
Apple warns of near-term iMac, Mac mini constraints [u] — Apple this week began informing its direct sales channels that several of its desktop-based Mac offerings have entered a period of constraint, further hinting that Mac hardware updates are on the horizon. [Updated with additional info on Mac mini.]
Discussion: 9 to 5 Mac, MacRumors and Gizmodo
Jonny Evans / 9 to 5 Mac: iMac, Mac mini supplies dwindle as new models loom?
Robert McMillan / Computerworld:
Pressure on Microsoft, as Windows attack now public — IDG News Service - Hackers have publicly released new attack code that exploits a critical bug in the Windows operating system, putting pressure on Microsoft to fix the flaw before it leads to a worm outbreak.
Discussion: Zero Day and Security Watch
My ongoing Kafka-esque nightmare of dealing with Palm and their App Catalog submission process. — A few days after the Palm Pre was released, I wrote a couple of programs for it: a restaurant Tip Calculator, and a port of Dali Clock. These were, as far as I'm aware, the 2nd …
Discussion: Hardware 2.0, The iPhone Blog and Gizmodo, Thanks:atul
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0: Palm's App Catalog submission process is very broken ...
Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo: Palm App Catalog Just As Crappy for Developers As the App Store
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
mSpot Launches Web-Based Mobile Movie Streaming Service — Mobile entertainment startup mSpot is launching its Mobile Movies site, which will let users stream full-length movies on their mobile phones. Movies will be available on 30 different smart phones, including the iPhone, Android …
Discussion: MacRumors iPhone Blog, Bits and fierceonlinevideo.com …
Marianne Schultz / MacRumors iPhone Blog: mSpot Now Offering Streaming Movie Rentals on iPhone
Josh Carr / TUAW:
Still doubt Apple's desire for portable gaming clout? Here's proof... This afternoon, we received a tip from one of our readers about an awesome ad on the IGN.com website. We chased the bait and decided to check it out. We're really glad we did. What we found was the ad above.
Discussion: 9 to 5 Mac
Chauncey Dupree / 9 to 5 Mac: New Mac ads on IGN.com
The H Open Source:
Open Android Alliance formed — Only days after Google took action against CyanogenMod for offering customised Android firmware, a group of Android developers have formed the Open Android Alliance
Michael Corkery / Deal Journal:
Meet Twitter's Newest Investor: Insight Venture Partners — The Internet is aflutter about Twitter's latest round of fund-raising that just netted the microblogging site $100 million. The deal values Twitter, which generates almost no revenue, at $1 billion, sparking a debate about whether …
Discussion: Venture Capital Dispatch, Silicon Alley Insider and PE Hub Blog
Nicholas Carlson / Silicon Alley Insider: How Twitter Got A $1 Billion Valuation
Dan Primack / PE Hub Blog: Insight Venture Partners Talks Twitter
David Kaplan / paidContent:
Court Dismisses WPP's $13 Million Lawsuit Against Spot Runner — WPP Group's lawsuit against web-based TV creative ad agency Spot Runner for securities fraud and breach of contract has been dismissed, sources close to the legal dispute tell paidContent. WPP, which helped lead a $40 million funding …
Discussion: AdExchanger.com and VentureBeat
John Ebbert / AdExchanger.com: WPP Spot Runner Suit Tossed; Looking At Fraud …
Kim-Mai Cutler / VentureBeat: Judge dismisses suit against TV ad company Spot Runner
Brooks Barnes / New York Times:
Disney Tries to Pull the Storybook Ritual Onto the Web — LOS ANGELES — The Walt Disney Company hopes an ambitious new digital service it plans to unveil on Tuesday will transform how children read its storybooks. — In what it bills as an industry-defining moment …
Jason Chen / Gizmodo:
Ping is Like a Free SMS Client For iPhone and iPod Touch Users — This Ping app by the guy who made PushGmail is a mix between text messaging and instant messaging. What you need to know is that it's free and it's fast. — Ping is designed to look like the SMS app, and behaves much the same way.
Discussion: Gear Live and The Next Web, Thanks:mrinaldesai
Andru Edwards / Gear Live: Ping! brings iPhone-to-iPhone messaging to the App Store