Stephanie Clifford / New York Times:
Condé Nast Is Preparing iPad Versions of Some of Its Top Magazines — Condé Nast's plans for the iPad tablet computer from Apple are getting firmer. — The first magazines for which it will create iPad versions are Wired, GQ, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker and Glamour …
Discussion: AppleInsider, MacRumors, Silicon Alley Insider, MacNN, SlashGear, Gearlog, The Toybox, Gizmodo, Distorted-Loop.com, Engadget, Mashable!, VoIP Watch and Memex 1.1
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: Conde Nast Firming Up Plans for iPad Applications
Gillian Reagan / Silicon Alley Insider: Conde Nast Magazines Plan ‘Experimental’ …
Jamie Lendino / Gearlog: Conde Nast Prepping iPad New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Others
Kat Hannaford / Gizmodo: Condé Nast's iPad Magazines Launching This Month …
Thomas Ricker / Engadget: Conde Nast stakes out ‘leadership position’ on iPad
Stan Schroeder / Mashable!: Top Condé Nast Magazines are Coming to iPad
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Conde Nast's iPad Plan Gets Caught in the Apple-Adobe Crossfire — The Wired iPad app Conde Nast showed off this month looks great. But the chances that the publisher will give its other magazines the same treatment don't look promising. — Conde is still creating a digital version of its tech magazine for the device.
Discussion: Electronista, TeleRead, EverythingiCafe, Beet.TV and John Battelle's Searchblog
Chris Meadows / TeleRead: Condé Nast's e-magazines must deal with Apple/Adobe uncertainty
Tim Barribeau / EverythingiCafe: Adobe Apple Battles Leads To Magazine Fallout
Andy Plesser / Beet.TV: Media Executives Live in Apple's “Beautiful Fascist Environment,” Kara Swisher
Rafat Ali / paidContent:
Mags To Their Digital Units: Drop Dead
Mags To Their Digital Units: Drop Dead
Discussion: Fast Company and Wall Street Journal, Thanks:beet_tv
Jon Stokes / Ars Technica:
The A4 and the A8: secrets of the iPad's brain — Most companies, when they go to the enormous expense of designing a complex chip, tell everyone about it. Even a company like Sun or IBM, whose chips are used only in their own computers, unveil the details of their new processors …
Discussion: AppleInsider, Brainstorm Tech, TiPb, iLounge, MacRumors, SlashGear, I4U News, Gizmodo, 9 to 5 Mac and MacDailyNews
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Brainstorm Tech: The empty secret of the iPad's brain
Rene Ritchie / TiPb: Regarding Apple A4 Using iPhone 3GS Cortex A8 Processor
Charles Starrett / iLounge: iPad's A4 chip based on ARM Cortex A8?
Chris Davies / SlashGear: iPad Apple A4 SoC a single Cortex A8 chip?
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: Apple iPad A4 Chip believed to be not that Magical
Jesus Diaz / Gizmodo: What's Inside the iPad's A4?
Microsoft: “No Windows Phone 7 upgrade for Windows Mobile 6.x devices” — Microsoft's tight hardware spec for Windows Phone 7 smartphones means that Windows Mobile 6.x devices - including HTC's just-launched HD2 - can't be upgraded. — Owners of HTC's highly-praised HD2 touchscreen smartphone …
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider, SlashGear, Softpedia News, WMPoweruser.com, Boy Genius Report, ithinkdifferent, Mashable!, WMExperts, TmoNews and Gizmodo
Jay Yarow / Silicon Alley Insider: Microsoft Just Told The World To Not Buy A New Windows-Based Phone This Year (MSFT)
Chris Davies / SlashGear: HTC HD2 Windows Phone 7 update axed: buttons to blame?
Andrew Munchbach / Boy Genius Report: Microsoft: Windows Mobile 6 has no upgrade path to Windows Phone 7
Stan Schroeder / Mashable!: Upgrading to Windows Phone 7 May Not Be Possible
George Ponder / WMExperts: Windows Phone 7 Series Upgrades: Now not possible?
Understanding the Participatory News Consumer — Overview — In the digital era, news has become omnipresent. Americans access it in multiple formats on multiple platforms on myriad devices. The days of loyalty to a particular news organization on a particular piece of technology in a particular form are gone.
Discussion: Screenwerk, GigaOM, PC World, Tech Daily Dose, BBC, Mashable!, Ars Technica, Softpedia News, Daily Patricia, Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim, Digital Daily, CNET News, Podcasting News, Lost Remote, Agence France Presse, ResourceShelf, Nieman Journalism Lab, Tech Eye, TeleRead, textually.org and TG Daily
Greg Sterling / Screenwerk: Why Pubs Can't Charge for News Online
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM: News Has “Become a Social Experience”: Pew
Sara Jerome / Tech Daily Dose: Survey: Cell Phones A Main Source Of News Access
Stan Schroeder / Mashable!: Social Networks Play a Major Part in How We Get News [STATS]
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: QOTD — The process Americans use to get news is based on foraging and opportunism.
Dong Ngo / CNET News: Internet changes news consumption landscape
Steve Safran / Lost Remote: 92% in US use multiple platforms to get news
Laura McGann / Nieman Journalism Lab: Loving mobile and print: Five key findings from Pew's new news study
Chris Meadows / TeleRead: Internet surpasses newspapers in percentage of American readers
Emma Woollacott / TG Daily: Americans turn to the net for their news
Cecilia Kang / Post Tech:
Pew: Internet surpasses newspapers, radio for news
Pew: Internet surpasses newspapers, radio for news
Discussion: Pew Internet, Between the Lines, 901am, Kindle Review, San Francisco Chronicle and Hillicon Valley
Benny Evangelista / San Francisco Chronicle: Internet makes news shared experience, Pew says
Gabriel Sherman / New York Magazine:
The Raging Septuagenarian — Taking on the Times, Google, and, in a sense, his own children, Rupert Murdoch is not going gently into the night. — On Saturday, January 9, Rupert Murdoch was on his Boeing 737 returning to New York from a business trip to Los Angeles when he learned …
Discussion: The Social and Fast Company
Caroline McCarthy / The Social: Rupert Murdoch ready to sue Google?
Jeff Bercovici / DailyFinance: Inside Rupert Murdoch's War on Google
Motoko Rich / New York Times:
Math of Publishing Meets the E-Book — In the emerging world of e-books, many consumers assume it is only logical that publishers are saving vast amounts by not having to print or distribute paper books, leaving room to pass along those savings to their customers.
Discussion: The Awl and Rex Hammock's RexBlog.com, Thanks:mrinaldesai
Wall Street Journal:
Google, Microsoft Spar Over Antitrust — Seeking $335,000 in unpaid advertising bills, Google Inc. filed suit against a small Internet site in Ohio in October. The complaint was so routine it was just two sentences long. — Google never expected the response it got.
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider, TheStreet.com, BoomTown, Googling Google, Post Tech, The Register, New York Times, Maximum PC, Digits and All about Microsoft
Christopher Dawson / Googling Google: Is Microsoft starting a “proxy war” with Google?
Cecilia Kang / Post Tech: Gloves off, Microsoft pushes antitrust review of Google
Kelly Fiveash / The Register: Microsoft stokes Google ‘antitrust concerns’ fire
Eric Pfanner / New York Times: It's Not Just Microsoft Against Google
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily:
Production Delays Mean iPad Inventories May Be Tight at Launch — When Apple's new iPad slate begins to arrive at market later this month, its availability may be limited enough to leave some early adopters empty-handed — assuming it goes on sale this month at all.
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Brainstorm Tech: iPad might be delayed a month - report
John Biggs / TechCrunch: Analyst: iPad could be delayed until April
Nicholas Carlson / Silicon Alley Insider: Apple iPad Launch Delayed? (AAPL)
Tim Barribeau / EverythingiCafe: Analyst Eightball: iPad Launch Facing Delays
Jesus Diaz / Gizmodo:
New Wacom Cintiq 21UX Has 2048 Pressure Levels and Back Touchpads — I'm a fan of Wacom's Cintiq display tablets, so I'm excited about their new 21-inch model, the Cintiq 21UX. According to Wacom, it has better pen performance and ergonomics. The two back touch-strips have me intrigued.
Discussion: Macworld, Engadget, GottaBeMobile.com, Electronista, SlashGear and Geeky-Gadgets
Jackie Dove / Macworld: Wacom announces new Cintiq 21UX pen display
Julian Horsey / Geeky-Gadgets: New Wacom Cintiq 21UX
Melanie D.G. Kaplan / Between the Lines:
TigerText can erase sent text messages. Is it really the ‘perfect app for cheating’? — OK, confession time: How many of you have ever sent a text that could one day come back to haunt you? — Yeah, that's what I thought. — Those text messages? Now bygones. The answer from here on out: TigerText.
Discussion: Gadget Lab and Tech Eye
Charlie Sorrel / Gadget Lab: TigerText Deletes Text Messages From Receiver's Phone
Tamlin Magee / Tech Eye: Tiger Text promises easy adultery
Brooke Crothers / CNET News:
HP updates ultraportable with Core i5, i7 chips — Hewlett-Packard is refreshing its business ultraportable laptop and hybrid laptop-tablet with Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, becoming one of the first major PC makers to squeeze these powerful processors into a small, lightweight design.
Discussion: Computerworld, HP, VentureBeat, Softpedia News, The Windows Blog, Electronista, GottaBeMobile.com and Gizmodo
Agam Shah / Computerworld: HP cautious about touch in business laptops
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat: HP's latest business laptops come with Day Starter fast-start software
Brandon LeBlanc / The Windows Blog: HP Introduces New PCs for Businesses - Including New Tablet PC
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile.com: HP Adds Capacitive Multi-Touch to HP 2740p
Mike Elgan / Computerworld:
15 iPad mysteries remain — Think you know all about Apple's iPad? Here's what we don't know — Computerworld - Steve Jobs is such a great salesman that he can actually give us a sense of familiarity with something we don't know anything about. Apple's iPad is a perfect example.
Chris Rawson / TUAW:
Clearing the air on iPhone terminology: 4th generation vs. “4G” — Plenty of discussions about the next revision of the iPhone have referred to the as-yet hypothetical device as the “iPhone 4G.” As many of our readers have correctly pointed out, not only is this nickname completely unofficial …
Richard Pérez-Peña / New York Times:
Deal Will Put Times Content on 850 Screens — Starting Monday, video screens in coffee shops, casual eateries and airport newsstands in five major cities will display the work of The New York Times, under a deal with RMG Networks, a major owner of such screens.
Discussion: VatorNews, TechCrunch and DailyFinance
Ronny Kerr / VatorNews: New York Times coming to coffee shop screens
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch: New York Times Content May Be Coming To A Screen Near You
Douglas McIntyre / DailyFinance: NYTimes.com Comes to Video Screens in Five Cities
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb:
Action Streams: A New Idea for Social Networks — Walled gardens are already under attack because of the ease of sending content like messages and photos from one website to another. Sites that don't let content flow in and out freely, when that's what users want, are fighting against the powerful tide of the internet.
Ingrid Lunden / paidContent:
What's The T-Mobile/Orange UK Merger Mean For The Mobile Web? — The European Commission has approved the much-needed 50/50 JV merger of France Telecom's Orange UK and Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile UK, subject to them giving away a small chink of radio spectrum - creating the UK's largest mobile network …
Discussion: EU Press Room and The Register
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer:
The new worldwide startup — I've been traveling around the world studying how startups get formed. Yesterday I visited Bootup Labs in Vancouver. Last week I was at Startup Riot in Atlanta and while at the Olympics I've been hanging out with Saeed Amidi.
Ian King / Bloomberg:
E-Readers' Price May Fall to $150 This Year With New Chip, Freescale Says — Freescale Semiconductor Inc., whose products power about 90 percent of electronic book readers, said a new chip will help drive down the price of the devices to less than $150 this year.
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider
Stephanie Clifford / New York Times:
Survey Finds Slack Editing on Magazine Web Sites — The only thing standard about magazines' Web sites is that there are no standards. — That is the chief finding of a research project conducted by the Columbia Journalism Review, which surveyed 665 consumer magazines on the practices and profitability of their Web sites.
Hamilton Nolan / Gawker: Magazines Replaced by Error-Ridden Mobile Websites
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0:
Google Chrome only browser to make gains in February — Data collected by web metrics firm Net Applications suggests that over the month of February, Google's Chrome web browser was the only desktop browser to make any gains over the month. — Google Chrome saw a jump in usage share to 5.61%, up 0.39% from 5.22% in January.
Discussion: The Register, Computerworld and Softpedia News