Joshua Topolsky / Engadget:
Exclusive: first Google Phone / Nexus One photos, Android 2.1 on-board — Well here you have it folks, honest-to-goodness pics of the Google Phone... AKA, the Nexus One. As you can see by the photos, the design of the device is largely similar to those we've seen, but the graphic …
Discussion: atmaspheric, 9 to 5 Mac, techblog.dallasnews.com, TheStreet.com, Charles Hudson's Weblog, AndroidGuys, Mobile Industry Review, Gizmodo, Fone Arena, Daring Fireball, TeleRead, Softpedia News, Android Central, Lifehacker, SlashGear, Android and Me, I4U News, AndroidOS.in, Switched, Gadgetell, InfoWorld, CellPassion, Latest VoIP, Voice 2.0 …, TechCrunch, Associated Press, techeblog.com, IntoMobile, WinBeta, DailyFinance and Pocket-lint.com, Thanks:atul
Jonathan Greene / atmaspheric: What about the Google Phone is Going to matter?
Jonny Evans / 9 to 5 Mac: Google Phone hits FCC
Victor Godinez / techblog.dallasnews.com: If the Google “Nexus One” …
Scott Moritz / TheStreet.com: Google's Phone is a Trojan Horse
Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo: Photos from the Nexus One Google Phone
Varun Krish / Fone Arena: Nexus One Fresh Pics
John Gruber / Daring Fireball: Engadget Has More Photos of the Nexus One
Phil Nickinson / Android Central: Nexus One photographed with what looks like Android 2.1, running on T-Mobile
Kevin Purdy / Lifehacker: What You Missed in Google Phone News Over the Weekend
Taylor Wimberly / Android and Me: Nexus One slips through the FCC with T-Mobile 3G bands
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: More Google Phone Nexus One Photos Appear
Gaurav Shukla / AndroidOS.in: More Nexus One - Google Phone Images leaked
Robert Nelson / Gadgetell: More images surface of the Google Nexus One
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: Conspiracy Theory: Google Phone rumours were started by Apple; it's all lies
Alex Salkever / DailyFinance: Google could have the iPhone team dialing 911
Stuart Miles / Pocket-lint.com: Nexus One, aka Google phone snapped
Sascha Segan / PC Magazine:
Why So Many Are So Wrong on the ‘Google Phone’ — Google on Saturday announced that its internal developers are using a new Android-powered phone that many Web sites have dubbed “Nexus One” from its Internet browser identification string, but which many reports say is a variant of HTC's HD2 phone.
Discussion: All about Microsoft, TechFlash, jkOnTheRun, New York Times, GMSV, Gearlog, Mashable!, MacDailyNews, i-boy, Peter O'Kelly's Reality Check and DailyFinance
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft: Will a Google phone spur a Microsoft phone?
Kevin C. Tofel / jkOnTheRun: Android Ecosystem — This Week in Android
Miguel Helft / New York Times: With a New Phone, Google May Challenge Apple
Sascha Segan / Gearlog: FCC Report Reveals T-Mobile 3G on “Nexus One” Google Phone
Pete Cashmore / Mashable!: Nexus One: T-Mobile Partners on Google Phone
George Nimeh / i-boy: The Google phone is real
Peter / Peter O'Kelly's Reality Check: Why So Many Are So Wrong on the ‘Google Phone’ - Reviews by PC Magazine
Douglas McIntyre / DailyFinance: Google's own phone: Rumors firm up about Android-powered Nexus One
Thomas Ricker / Engadget:
HTC Nexus One blessed by the FCC (updated) — Well lookie here. A little phone by the name of “NEXUSONE” just slipped through the FCC as model number PB99100 built by HTC. The filing also confirms a few more details including microSD expansion, 802.11b/g WiFi, and Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR.
Andrew Nusca / The Toybox: HTC-made Google Nexus One certified by FCC
Clint Boulton / eWeek: Google Phone Nexus One Specs Lodged with FCC
Kit Eaton / Fast Company: The Googlephone's Biggest Limitation: Price?
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: Google Phone, aka Nexus One, hits the FCC, plus more pictures …
Phil Nickinson / Android Central: Nexus One slips through the FCC, brings T-Mobile 3G with it
John Herrman / Gizmodo: Why We All Need to Calm Down About the “Real Google Phone”
Duncan Geere / Pocket-lint.com: Google's Nexus One gets FCC clearance
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Google Nexus One has T-Mobile 3G says FCC [Updated]
Robert Evans / I4U News: HTC Nexus One Approved By The FCC
Gaurav Shukla / AndroidOS.in: Google Phone Nexus One passes FCC; T-Mobile, AT&T compatible
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Google Pals Up With T-Mobile to Push Its “Nexus One” Phone — Google plans to sell its new phone on its own Web site, without getting a wireless carrier to subsidize the handset. — But that doesn't mean Google (GOOG) won't also work with a carrier: The search giant intends to launch …
Discussion: PC World, DSLreports, Macworld, AppleInsider, Mashable!, Between the Lines, ARMdevices.net, Obsessable, AndroidGuys, Android Phone Fans, Internet2Go, BoomTown, Technologizer, Gadget Lab, Gizmodo, Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim, Googling Google, I4U News, Ubergizmo, Engadget, Computerworld, Android Central, Electronista, Shooting at Bubbles, MobileContentToday, Erictric, AndroidOS.in, Google Blogoscoped and Tech News at TechWhack
David Coursey / PC World: Google “Nexus One” Smartphone Could Hurt Android
Karl Bode / DSLreports: Google To Sell Phone Directly To Consumers …
Christina Warren / Mashable!: Google's Nexus One: What Makes it Different?
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines: The Google Phone: Risks, rewards and wild cards
Charbax / ARMdevices.net: More of my speculation on Google Phone Nexus One hardware and services pricing
Stephen Tenerowicz / AndroidGuys: Google Launching “Nexus One” With Help Of T-Mobile ?
Rob Jackson / Android Phone Fans: Nexus One Google Phone Prepares For Takeover
Greg Sterling / Internet2Go: Android's ‘Campbell Soup’ Strategy
Kara Swisher / BoomTown: Maybe Googlers Eat Their Own Dog Food, but Will It Be Tasty to Anyone Else?
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: The Googlephone: What We Know, May Know, and Don't Know
Charlie Sorrel / Gadget Lab: Google Phone Coming in January, Unlocked, Thinner Than iPhone
Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo: A Few More Nexus One Google Phone Details
Andy Beal / Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim: Google's Nexus One Phone; Like Shooting Media Fish in a Barrel
Garett Rogers / Googling Google: The real Google phone coming in January
Robert Evans / I4U News: The Nexus One: Perfect Business Traveller's Phone?
Joshua Topolsky / Engadget: The Google Phone: what we know... and what we don't (updated)
Seth H. Weintraub / Computerworld: Why the Google Nexus Phone matters (without T-Mobile)
Phil Nickinson / Android Central: Who will sell the Nexus One? — One giant question regarding …
Steven Hodson / Shooting at Bubbles: CobWEBs The Roundtable podcast: Nexus One, 2010, our thoughts and predictions
Todd Ogasawara / MobileContentToday: Google Phone Gets a Name - Nexus One - & Maybe a Release Timeframe (Jan. 2010)
Philipp Lenssen / Google Blogoscoped: A Google Phone Called Nexus One?
Oracle Makes Commitments to Customers, Developers and Users of MySQL — Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL) has engaged in constructive discussions with the European Commission regarding the concerns expressed by the Commission about the Oracle/Sun Microsystems transaction, and in particular the maintenance …
Discussion: BetaNews, Reuters, Digital Daily, EU Press Room, InfoWorld, CNET News, Wall Street Journal, InformationWeek, Tech Trader Daily, The Register, Softpedia News, Application Platform …, ReadWriteWeb, 451 CAOS Theory, DBMS2, Between the Lines, Neowin.net, OStatic blogs, Computerworld and Monty says
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: Tussle in Brussels: The EC's Oracle-Sun Hearing, End Game
Chris Kanaracus / InfoWorld: MySQL creator launches campaign to ‘save’ database
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Oracle pledges to play well with MySQL
Charles Forelle / Wall Street Journal: Oracle Pledges to Enhance MySQL in Bid to Clear Deal
Serdar Yegulalp / InformationWeek: What Do Oracle's MySQL Promises Amount To?
Eric Savitz / Tech Trader Daily: Sun Rallies On Signs EU Will Clear Oracle Deal
Kelly Fiveash / The Register: Oracle defrosts EC concerns over Sun takeover
Anne Thomas Manes / Application Platform …: Monty's True Agenda is Now Apparent
Jolie O'Dell / ReadWriteWeb: MySQL Co-Founder: “Save MySQL from Oracle's Clutches”
Matthew Aslett / 451 CAOS Theory: EC investigation of Oracle-Sun enters the endgame
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines: Oracle reassures MySQL customers as wrestles with EU over the Sun purchase
Matthew Hopson / Neowin.net: MySQL founder calls for protests against Oracle takeover
Joe Brockmeier / OStatic blogs: Monty Going Full Out Against MySQL Acquisition
Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols / Computerworld: Opposition mounts to Oracle's MySQL acquisition
Paul Meller / Computerworld:
Oracle's pledges on MySQL are ‘purely cosmetic’, say critics
Oracle's pledges on MySQL are ‘purely cosmetic’, say critics
Discussion: BetaNews, InformationWeek and Reuters
Scott M. Fulton, III / BetaNews: Oracle promise to chuck GPL for MySQL PSE pleases EU
The Official Google Blog:
Cloud apps, big city: LA goes Google — This fall we've seen lots of government agencies decide to make the switch to cloud computing, joining the many businesses already using Google Apps for email and collaboration at work. Today we'd like to officially welcome another customer to the mix: the City of Los Angeles.
Discussion: MediaPost, Google Enterprise Blog, TechCrunch, 901am, Softpedia News, Mashable!, Erictric and lalawag
Gavin O'Malley / MediaPost: Google's Gathering Storm In LA
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch: Google Touts City Of LA's Decision To Equip 34,000 Employees With Google Apps
Arnold Zafra / 901am: LA Equips City Employees with Google Apps
Stan Schroeder / Mashable!: City of Los Angeles Is Now in Google's Cloud
Sean Percival / lalawag: In LA Cloud Computing is Smog 2.0
TeliaSonera first in the world with 4G services — Today, as the first operator in the world, TeliaSonera launches 4G services commercially to customers in Stockholm, Sweden and Oslo, Norway. — “We are very proud to be the first operator in the world to offer our customers 4G services.
Discussion: eWeek, TechCrunch, IntoMobile, The Register, Semiaccurate.com recent …, Computerworld, Communications …, CNET News, BBC, Engadget, Fone Arena, dailywireless.org, GigaOM, Pocket-lint.com, Electronista and Gearlog
Michelle Maisto / eWeek: Ericsson, TeliaSonera Go Live with First 4G LTE Network
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch: First 4G Mobile Network Launches . . . In Sweden :(
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: TeliaSonera launches LTE in Stockholm & Oslo: $85/month, 30 GB cap …
Bill Ray / The Register: 4G network goes live for lucky few
Lars-Göran Nilsson / Semiaccurate.com recent articles: Telia Sonera launches its LTE 4G network
Mikael Ricknäs / Computerworld: TeliaSonera launches first commercial LTE services
David Meyer / CNET News: TeliaSonera touts first LTE ‘4G’ launch
Vladislav Savov / Engadget: TeliaSonera launches world's first LTE network, awaits phones eagerly
Vikas SN / Fone Arena: TeliaSonera Launches 4G Services
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: First Commercial LTE Service Launched
Duncan Geere / Pocket-lint.com: TeliaSonera launches world's first commercial 4G
Jamie Lendino / Gearlog: TeliaSonera Launches 4G LTE Network in Stockholm
Jim Dalrymple / CNET News:
Apple apologizes for iMac delays — Apple on Sunday apologized to customers amid reports of shipping delays of its recently introduced iMac computer. — “The new iMac has been a huge hit and we are working hard to fulfill orders as quickly as possible,” an Apple spokesperson told CNET.
Discussion: eWeek, AppleInsider, Silicon Alley Insider, Digital Daily, Gadget Lab, The Toybox, Engadget, GMSV, Softpedia News, TheAppleBlog, O'Grady's PowerPage, Boy Genius Report, CrunchGear, TUAW, ChannelWeb, TG Daily, Gearlog, The Loop, Edible Apple and Erictric
Michelle Maisto / eWeek: Apple's 27-Inch iMacs Facing Issues Beyond Slow Shipments
Katie Marsal / AppleInsider: Apple responds to, apologizes for iMac shipment delays
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: Blink Different? — According to NPD, Apple's new 27-inch iMac …
Brian X. Chen / Gadget Lab: Apple Apologizes for iMac Delays Amid Complaints
Andrew Nusca / The Toybox: Apple apologizes for 27-inch iMac shipping delays
Vladislav Savov / Engadget: Apple apologizes for iMac delays, keeps mum on DOA / display issues
Liam Cassidy / TheAppleBlog: Apple Delays iMac Shipments, Says Sorry
Chris Barylick / O'Grady's PowerPage: Apple Cites, Apologizes for Delays on 27″ iMac Model
Kelly Hodgkins / Boy Genius Report: Apple delays shipping of 27-inch iMacs, faulty graphics card to blame?
John Biggs / CrunchGear: 27-inch iMacs sucking wind, orders backing up
Joachim Bean / TUAW: Apple is delaying shipments of 27 inch iMacs
Rick Whiting / ChannelWeb: Apple Reportedly Delaying Shipments of 27-Inch iMacs
C Shanti / TG Daily: Apple admits delays to iMac schedule
Brian Heater / Gearlog: Apple Addresses iMac Shipment Problems
Peter Cohen / The Loop: Apple acknowledges, apologies for iMac shipping delays
Werner Vogels / All Things Distributed:
Expanding the Cloud - Amazon EC2 Spot Instances — Today we launched a new option for acquiring Amazon EC2 Compute resources: Spot Instances. Using this option, customers bid any price they like on unused Amazon EC2 capacity and run those instances for as long their bid exceeds the current “Spot Price.”
Discussion: Network World, Amazon.com, RightScale Blog, Rough Type, Amazon Web Services …, CloudAve, 901am, Between the Lines and The Register, Thanks:atul
Thorsten / RightScale Blog: Bid for Your Instances!
Krishnan Subramanian / CloudAve: Amazon Spot Instances - A Neat Way To Rent Out Unused Resources
Mike Abundo / 901am: Amazon Lets You Bid on Ephemeral Clouds
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines: Amazon creates cloud computing spot market
Kelly Fiveash / The Register: Amazon EC2 urges customers to name their price
Rich Miller / Data Center Knowledge:
New From Amazon: Spot Pricing on Cloud Computing
New From Amazon: Spot Pricing on Cloud Computing
Discussion: Amazon Web Services Blog, eWeek, GigaOM and Cloud Security
AWS Evangelist / Amazon Web Services Blog: Amazon EC2 Spot Instances - And Now How Much Would You Pay?
Darryl K. Taft / eWeek: Amazon Launches Spot Instances for EC2
Stacey Higginbotham / GigaOM: Dynamic Pricing Comes to Amazon's Cloud
Emma Barnett / Telegraph:
Marissa Mayer: An omnivorous Google is coming — Marissa Mayer, Google's vice president for search products and user experience, shares her unparalleled insights into the future of internet search engines. — The next big breakout area for Google is going to be language, according to Marissa Mayer.
HTC Legend not a legend anymore — ai.rs blog Exclusive — As we promised, we bring you more info on HTC Legend. In fact, we present you exclusive crystal clear image of the upcoming Android phone from HTC. We suppose it will replace Hero, considering the dimensions, screen size and specs.
Discussion: GPS Obsessed, Gizmodo, I4U News, Pocket-lint.com, Phone Arena, SlashGear, AndroidOS.in, Android Central, Android and Me, T3.com News and AndroidGuys
Kat Hannaford / Gizmodo: HTC Legend Creeps Out Again, Looks Even More Like The Hero Than We First Thought
Robert Evans / I4U News: The HTC Legend: Budget Android AMOLED Smartphone
Duncan Geere / Pocket-lint.com: HTC Legend appears once more
Chris Davies / SlashGear: HTC Legend gets pictured: 2010 replacement to HTC Hero
Gaurav Shukla / AndroidOS.in: HTC Legend - Leaked Image and Specs
Phil Nickinson / Android Central: HTC Legend brings AMOLED, Snapdragon goodness
Taylor Wimberly / Android and Me: New pic and specs of the budget HTC Legend
New Guardian iPhone app — Want to view the Guardian in double quick time, with slicker graphics and better clarity on your iPhone? Well there's an app for that...
Discussion: BBC, TechCrunch Europe, SteveOuting.com, paidContent, Pocket-lint.com and AppScout
Steve O'Hear / TechCrunch Europe: The Guardian newspaper gets Spotify-ed, launches iPhone app with off-line browsing
Amy-Mae Elliott / Pocket-lint.com: VIDEO: The Guardian launches ?2.39 iPhone app
Brian Heater / AppScout: Guardian Launches iPhone App
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat:
Seagate launches world's thinnest hard drive for laptops and netbooks — Seagate Technology is announcing tomorrow its Momentus Thin drive, the world's thinnest 2.5-inch hard disk drive for the smallest laptops and netbooks. — The device can also be used in backup devices and consumer electronics gear.
Discussion: Computerworld, Gizmodo, Maximum PC, Pocket-lint.com and Electronista
Lucas Mearian / Computerworld: Seagate to release world's thinnest laptop drive
Paul Lilly / Maximum PC: Seagate Officially Announces its 7mm-Thick HDD
Duncan Geere / Pocket-lint.com: Seagate launches world's thinnest HDD
Todd Spangler / Multichannel News:
Can TiVo Reinvent Itself? — DVR Pioneer Needs Help — Fast — From Cable Operators to Survive — TiVo president and CEO Tom Rogers says he doesn't run a DVR company. — This is odd, since TiVo is synonymous with the digital video recorder — a technology that, in the last decade …
Discussion: DSLreports and The SiliconANGLE, Thanks:arjo
Karl Bode / DSLreports: TiVO Tries To Figure Out Where It Fits - And doesn't appear to be entirely sure...
Glenn Manishin / The SiliconANGLE: Tivo Could Be the Future of IPTV
Nat Ives / AdAge:
Huffington Post's New Ad Revenue Stream: Twitter Feeds — Marketers Can Pay to Add Tweets, Comments Alongside Readers' Own — NEW YORK (AdAge.com) — The Huffington Post has started offering marketers the ability to inject their own paid comments among reader comments and place paid Tweets among …
Discussion: Fast Company, paidContent and Silicon Alley Insider
David Kaplan / paidContent: Huffington Post Adds Sponsored Tweets; Says Revs Will Double By Next Year
Times of London:
Spinvox nears £92m takeover — SPINVOX, the troubled technology firm, is close to accepting a $150m (£92m) takeover offer from an American rival. — A sale to Nuance Communications, the speech-recognition group, could be announced before Christmas.
Discussion: GigaOM, Tech Trader Daily, dot.life, paidContent, BBC and Mobile Industry Review
Stacey Higginbotham / GigaOM: SpinVox: From Flush to Flushed
Eric Savitz / Tech Trader Daily: Nuance Reportdly In Talks To Buy Spinvox
Rory Cellan-Jones / dot.life: Spinvox: A question of Nuance?
Robert Andrews / paidContent: More SpinVox Reports: Nuance Sell-Off Nearing?
Rory Cellan-Jones / BBC: Spinvox given time to repay loan
Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo:
Is Apple Taking the Internet Seriously Now? — Apple's always been a particular kind of company, obsessed with experiences, controlling them, end to end. But those they've always been centered around the traditional desktop. Until Apple bought Lala. Is Apple taking the internet seriously now?
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Location's Social Paradox — There's an absolute eruption of activity around location-based services right now. Companies are getting funded left and right, new ones are popping up daily, and certain ones are seemingly starting to take off. But for a number of them, there's a very big wall looming.
Discussion: bub.blicio.us, BoomTown, /Message and Web Strategy
Brian Remmel / bub.blicio.us: Broadcast Your Plans With Plancast
Kara Swisher / BoomTown: YouFace: “30 Rock” Smacks Social Networking Perfectly
Stowe Boyd / /Message: There Is No Geolocation Social Paradox
Jeremiah Owyang / Web Strategy: Making Your Blog Mobile: Testing the Web Strategy iPhone App
Ryan Lawler / NewTeeVee:
Brightcove Releases iPhone SDK, Reports Record Signups for Updated Platform — Brightcove, ever since it released the latest version of its white-label video management platform last month, has been busy signing up new customers and adding features to its product set.
Nilay Patel / Engadget:
Barnes & Noble Nook torn down and rooted — but still respected — Barnes & Noble might be pitching the Nook to the literary set, but it turns out the Android-based dual-screen reader is pretty hacker-friendly as well: both the OS and filesystem are stored on a microSD card.
Discussion: Gadget Lab, Gizmodo, Android Central and DisplayBlog
Charlie Sorrel / Gadget Lab: Nook Torn Open, Hacked and Rooted
John Herrman / Gizmodo: Ravaging the Nook: a Teardown, a Spec List and Android Hacks
Casey Chan / Android Central: Barnes & Noble Nook Gets Rooted, Can Do Everything An Android Phone Can Do
Alex Wilhelm / The Next Web Network:
Microsoft Blatantly Steals From Startup? - Plurk Stunned and Confused — I am not sure what to make of this one. Plurk, a very promising social networking startup is claiming that Microsoft (you read that right), has been involved with “blatant theft of code, design, and UI elements.”
Discussion: TechCrunch, Plurk Labs, Silicon Alley Insider, Erictric, Computerworld and amix.dk blog
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch: Microsoft China Blatantly Rips Off Microblogging Service Plurk
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider: Microsoft Rips Off Twitter Ripoff
Dan Nystedt / Computerworld: Plurk users bring microblogging to many languages
Yukari Iwatani Kane / Digits:
App Watch: Exploiting the iPhone Lock Screen — Most iPhone app developers work with Apple to get their products in the iPhone App Store, submitting software for the company's approval. But a community of maverick developers sidesteps that process to target iPhones that have been modified-or …
ViewSonic VNB102 ViewBook, ViewSonic's first Netbook — ViewSonic is entering the crowded Netbook market with the VNB102, a ViewBook that resemble offerings from other brands. The specifications are standard: Atom 1.6Ghz, 160GB hdd, 10" 1024x600 display, Win7 Starter, 2.4lbs.
Chris Davies / SlashGear: ViewSonic ViewBook VNB102 netbook is a few months too late