The Official Google Blog:
A new approach to China: an update — On January 12, we announced on this blog that Google and more than twenty other U.S. companies had been the victims of a sophisticated cyber attack originating from China, and that during our investigation into these attacks we had uncovered evidence …
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb, Google Operating System, Computerworld, Guardian, L.A. Times Tech Blog, Digital Daily, digiphile, Technologizer, Search Engine Land, Datamation, Download Squad, CNN, Digits, VentureBeat, internetnews.com, Guardian, Macworld, Financial Times, Epicenter, Silicon Alley Insider, Search Engine Watch, Hillicon Valley, CNET News, Bloomberg, Tech Daily Dose, paidContent, Ars Technica, Google Blogoscoped, Tech Trader Daily, CircleID, VatorNews, Associated Press, The Next Web, Geekosystem, InformationWeek, CHINAdaily, Mobility Digest, Redmond Pie, DailyTech, news.xinhuanet.com, Electronista, Erictric, All Shook Down, Digital Inspiration …, Open IT Strategies, SlashGear, Pulse2, Gizmodo, The Huffington Post, Mashable!, GigaOM, ResourceShelf, Velocity, Neowin.net, p2pnet, TechFlash, Boing Boing, Wall Street Journal and Journal of Pervasive …
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: Google's China Move: What Does it Mean?
Seth Weintraub / Computerworld: Does Google really need to be ‘in’ China?
Bobbie Johnson / Guardian: Liveblog: Google shuts down Chinese search engine
Jessica Guynn / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Google tries to route users around Chinese censors
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: China: Google Broke Promise, Wrong to Stop Censoring
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: Google's China Move
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land: Google Stops Censoring In China, Hopes Using New Domain Meets Legal Requirements
Erez Zukerman / Download Squad: Google stops censoring in China, creates “China dashboard”
Doug Gross / CNN: Google quits censoring search in China
Jennifer Valentino-DeVries / Digits: Analysts' Views: Google's China Decision
Camille Ricketts / VentureBeat: Google officially ends censorship in China
Tania Branigan / Guardian: Google China stops censoring its results
Juan Carlos Perez / Macworld: Google stops censoring in China
Richard Waters / Financial Times: Google ends censorship of China site
Ryan Singel / Epicenter: Google Uncensors China Search Engine
Nicholas Carlson / Silicon Alley Insider: BREAKING: Google Pulls Search Engine Out Of China (GOOG)
Frank Watson / Search Engine Watch: Google Pushing Back Hard At China Censorship
Tony Romm / Hillicon Valley: Google stops censoring in China
Tom Krazit / CNET News: Google moves Chinese search to Hong Kong
Juliana Gruenwald / Tech Daily Dose: Google Stops Censoring Chinese Search Results
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent: Google Finally Makes Its China Move: Stops Censoring Results
Roger Browne / Google Blogoscoped: Google.cn Now Redirects to Hong Kong, and Google Creates Service Availability Page
Tiernan Ray / Tech Trader Daily: Google China Redirected; Baidu Rises
Chris Caceres / VatorNews: Google shuts down China search
Chad Catacchio / The Next Web: Breaking: Google's China Search Features Now Redirect to Google Hong Kong
Susana Polo / Geekosystem: Google.cn Now Redirects to Google.hk
Thomas Claburn / InformationWeek: Google Ends Censorship In China
Brandon Hill / DailyTech: Google Kills Google.cn, Redirects Traffic to Hong Kong
Alexia Tsotsis / All Shook Down: Google China Redirect: So, What Do Chinese Users See?
Joel West / Open IT Strategies: Healthcare reform and entrepreneurship
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Google China (Google.cn) Now Being Redirected to Google Hong Kong (Google.hk)
Jesus Diaz / Gizmodo: China to Google: Nyah Nyah Nyah!
Adam Ostrow / Mashable!: Google Redirects Chinese Site to Hong Kong
Quentin Hardy / Velocity: Google Makes Its China Move
Todd Bishop / TechFlash: Google, China and Microsoft
Jessica E. Vascellaro / Wall Street Journal: Google Near Plan on China
New York Times:
Google Will Redirect China Users to Uncensored Site — SAN FRANCISCO — Just over two months after threatening to leave China because of censorship and intrusions by Chinese hackers, Google said Monday that it was closing its China-based Internet search service and instead directing Chinese users …
Preston Gralla / Computerworld: Google stops Chinese censorship; Apple and Microsoft should follow suit
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: Google Stops Censoring Search Results in China
Tom Krazit / CNET News: Google redirects Google.cn to Hong Kong site
Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Land: Google Leaves China, Redirects To Hong Kong
Michael Bettiol / Boy Genius Report: Google redirecting all Chinese traffic to its uncensored Hong Kong site
Thomas Claburn / InformationWeek: Chinese Netizens Seek Clarity From Google
Adam Frucci / Gizmodo: Google China Search Engine Killed
Ellen Nakashima / Washington Post: Google to stop censoring search results in China, officials say
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider:
Google's ‘Evil Meter’ Tells You What Sites China Is Blocking And What It Isn't (GOOG) — Google is no longer censoring its search engine in China — now hosted in Hong Kong — and now it seems likely that the Chinese government will start blocking more Google sites.
Discussion: TechCrunch, Fast Company, ClickZ, The Next Web and The Huffington Post
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch: Google Shuts Down Chinese Search, Redirects To Hong Kong
Dan Nosowitz / Fast Company: Google China's Hong Kong Work-Around
Jack Marshall / ClickZ: Google Directs Chinese Users to Hong Kong Site
Steve Lohr / Bits: Interview: Sergey Brin on Google's China Gambit
New York Times:
The iPad App Derby Gets Under Way — It can be difficult to write software for a gadget without being able to touch it. But that has not stopped developers from rushing to create applications for the Apple iPad. — For small start-ups and big Internet and media companies alike, the iPad …
Discussion: Computerworld, eWeek, Engadget, paidContent, The Register, Wired Campus, ChannelWeb, ZDNet Government, TUAW, Electronista, Gizmodo, MediaMemo, Silicon Alley Insider, AppleInsider, Liliputing, Maximum PC, Electricpig.co.uk, Mashable!, jkOnTheRun, Macworld, 9 to 5 Mac, Edible Apple, TG Daily, dailywireless.org, GottaBeMobile.com, CNET News, TheAppleBlog, CrunchGear, Tech Eye, iLounge, AppScout, TiPb, The Toybox, Techland, The Loop, MacRumors, PC Pro, Sample the Web, T3.com News, Rev2.org, Technologizer, Gizmodo Australia, I4U News, TechFlash, DVICE and SlashGear
Gregg Keizer / Computerworld: Amazon preps Kindle app for iPad
Michelle Maisto / eWeek: Amazon, Barnes and Noble Developing Apple iPad Apps
Joanna Stern / Engadget: Spring Design Alex review
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent: With iPad Looming, Amazon, Barnes & Noble Push The Platform
Cade Metz / The Register: Amazon brews Kindleware for Apple's iPad
Kevin McLaughlin / ChannelWeb: Amazon Gives Glimpse Of Beefy iPad Kindle App
David Gewirtz / ZDNet Government: Apple is not your mother — Jason asked me to riff on his iPad fear …
Steven Sande / TUAW: New York Times: The race is on for iPad apps
Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo: The iPad Kindle App Is a Peek at Kindle's Full Color Future
Katie Marsal / AppleInsider: Amazon reveals all-new Kindle e-book app for Apple iPad
Paul Lilly / Maximum PC: Amazon Readies Kindle eBook App for Apple iPad
Stan Schroeder / Mashable!: Here's What the Kindle App for iPad Looks Like
James Kendrick / jkOnTheRun: Kindle for iPad Peeks Out; Will Apple Allow It?
Aayush Arya / Macworld: Amazon, Barnes & Noble prepping iPad e-readers
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: Amazon is building Kindle app for iPad, other tablets
Trent Nouveau / TG Daily: Amazon Kindles its love for the iPad
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: Kindle App for iPad
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile.com: Kindle App for Tablets Shows Sneak Peak
Jim Dalrymple / CNET News: Amazon unveils Kindle app for iPad
Darrell Etherington / TheAppleBlog: Gatekeeping the iPad: Apple Being Shrewd About What Will Appear at Launch
Alexandra Pullin / Tech Eye: Amazon, Barnes & Noble announce iPad app plans
Charles Starrett / iLounge: Amazon, Barnes & Noble building iPad apps
Jamie Lendino / AppScout: Amazon Launches Kindle for iPad
Rene Ritchie / TiPb: Amazon, Barnes & Noble Readying Book Stores for iPad
Rachel King / The Toybox: Amazon introduces Kindle app for tablet computers
Jim Dalrymple / The Loop: Can the Kindle compete on the iPad?
Marianne Schultz / MacRumors: Amazon Preparing Kindle App for iPad
Stuart Turton / PC Pro: Amazon to launch first UK iPad eBook store?
C.K. Sample III / Sample the Web: The iPad will not destroy the Kindle; It will strengthen Amazon
Craig Agranoff / Rev2.org: The Mad Dash to Create iPad Apps is Underway
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: E-Reader Companies Ready Their iPad Apps
Robert Evans / I4U News: Amazon Kindle Reader App Comes to Apple iPad
Eric Engleman / TechFlash: Amazon Kindle preps iPad app
Kevin Hall / DVICE: Kindle adding color e-books (for the iPad and the like)
Thomas Ricker / Engadget:
Kindle for iPad and tablets makes the scene — It must be getting close to April 3rd because the iPad news is hotting up. Today we get our first glimpse at Amazon's free Kindle app for the iPad. We've also got a Barnes & Noble iPad app on the way, courtesy of a report in the New York Times …
Discussion: Download Squad, VentureBeat, 901am, Hardware 2.0, EverythingiCafe, IntoMobile, PC World and GeekSmack
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: Amazon unveils iPad and tablet Kindle ebook reader application
Arnold Zafra / 901am: Amazon Preps Up Kindle for iPad, Will Apple Approve It?
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0: Where does Amazon's Kindle App for the iPad leave the Kindle?
Tim Barribeau / EverythingiCafe: Amazon Shows Off Kindle For Tablets
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: iPad: Applications: Barnes & Noble, Kindle, both coming to Apple's new device
Jnevius / PC World: Our user reviews IN DETAIL:
Patrick Laughner / GeekSmack: Kindle App for The iPad, Tablets, and More
Yukari Iwatani Kane / Digits: Survey Finds iPad Awareness as High as Kindle
Perseus Signs an EBooks Deal for the iPad
Perseus Signs an EBooks Deal for the iPad
Discussion: MacRumors, Silicon Alley Insider and Macsimum News, Thanks:mrinaldesai
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: Apple Signs Up Independent Publisher and Distributor Perseus Books for iBookstore
Dennis Sellers / Macsimum News: Perseus Books Group content coming to the iPad
Rana June Sobhany / The iPhone Era:
Apple Closing Gap on App Store Inadequacies — Today, one of the biggest irritations and shortcomings on the App Store has been remedied. Apple has now integrated gifting into the App Store, a move which will likely bring significant additional revenue to developers around key holidays.
Discussion: Ars Technica, AppleInsider, 9 to 5 Mac, Gadget Lab, CNET News, Silicon Alley Insider and The Loop, Thanks:mrinaldesai
Chris Foresman / Ars Technica: Apple (finally) lets you give iPhone apps as gifts
Mark Gurman / 9 to 5 Mac: Gifting Apps in iTunes now available
Brian X. Chen / Gadget Lab: Apple Adds Gifting Feature for iPhone Apps
Josh Lowensohn / CNET News: The rise of iPhone app making for dummies
Peter Cohen / The Loop: Apple adds Gift This App option
Dan Moren / Macworld:
Apple adds Gift this App option to App Store — The App Store was built on the foundations of its predecessor, the iTunes Store, but some features of the latter didn't immediately appear in the former. On Monday, the App Store filled in another hole in functionality as Apple added the ability to gift apps.
Discussion: App Advice and MacRumors
Tyler Tschida / App Advice: App Store Now Allows Apps To Be Gifted
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: Apple Adds Ability to Gift App Store Applications
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Flurry: iPhone Games Are A $500 Million Industry In The U.S. And Taking Share — If you look at the top paid and top grossing apps in the iTunes App Store, the Games category dominates. People pay for games, but exactly how much do they pay? A new report coming out later today …
Discussion: 9 to 5 Mac
Americans Using TV and Internet Together 35% More Than A Year Ago — Americans increased their overall media usage and media multitasking according to The Nielsen Company's latest Three Screen Report, which tracks consumption across TV, Internet and mobile phones.
Discussion: eWeek, last100, Telecompetitor, Silicon Alley Insider and Zatz Not Funny!
Clint Boulton / eWeek: Google TV Touches Familiar Web TV Turf With an Open Platform
Steve O'Hear / last100: Hello iPad, surfing the web while watching telly up 35%
Andrew Burger / Telecompetitor: American's Are Watching More TV, Not Less
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Brainstorm Tech:
For sale: A million-dollar iPad address — Behind those iPad domain names on eBay with asking prices in the stratosphere — About a year ago, when Apple's (AAPL) latest creation was, as far as anyone outside Cupertino knew, still but a twinkle in Steve Jobs' eye, Nik Tyler made an inspired guess.
Rafat Ali / paidContent:
Local Blog Network Gothamist Being Bought by Cablevision's Rainbow Media — Gothamist, the local city blog network that is best known for its New York City edition, is being acquired by Cablevision-owned Rainbow Media, paidContent has learned. The price is between $5 million to $6 million …
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider and Lost Remote
Gillian Reagan / Silicon Alley Insider: Gothamist's $6 Million Deal With Cablevision Still In The Works (CVC)
Cory Bergman / Lost Remote: Rainbow Media looking to buy Gothamist
Monica Chen / DigiTimes:
Intel and AMD update desktop CPU lineups — Intel and AMD have both recently updated their desktop processor lineups and will launch several new CPUs including six-core and low- voltage processors, according to sources from motherboard makers. — Intel will soon launch …
Discussion: Fudzilla, Engadget, Maximum PC, Softpedia News, Hardware 2.0 and TechSpot
Fuad Abazovic / Fudzilla: Intel prepares Core i7 875K CPU
Joseph L. Flatley / Engadget: AMD six-core CPU prices and clock speeds unearthed
Paul Lilly / Maximum PC: AMD, Intel Update CPU Roadmaps
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0: Intel Core i5 680 and Core i7 870s CPUs in the pipeline
Matthew DeCarlo / TechSpot: Intel preps unlocked Core i7, other new chips
Tarmo Virki / Reuters:
Microsoft's browser loses market share in Europe — (Reuters) - Microsoft's Internet Explorer has lost market share in major European markets, such as France, Britain and Italy, after the U.S. software firm started to make it easier for European consumers to use competing browsers.
Discussion: Electronista, DailyTech, Digital Trends, 24/7 Wall St., Erictric, TechSpot, Neowin.net and Engadget
Jose Vilches / TechSpot: Browser ballot hurts IE's European market share
Benjamin Rubenstein / Neowin.net: Internet Explorer losing market share from EU browser ballot
Paul Krill / InfoWorld:
Adobe debuts Flash Platform tools, including renamed Flex Builder — San Francisco - Adobe Systems will roll out on Monday a slew of development tools and technologies for the Flash Platform, including a renamed version of its Flex Builder tool as well as an IDE for its ColdFusion platform.
Discussion: Ars Technica and eWeek
Chris Foresman / Ars Technica: Adobe to unify ColdFusion, Flex, Flash with Flash Builder 4
Darryl K. Taft / eWeek: Adobe Ships New Flash Platform Tools, Social Service
Kim Zetter / Threat Level:
Secret Service Paid TJX Hacker $75,000 a Year — Convicted TJX hacker Albert Gonzalez earned $75,000 a year working undercover for the U.S. Secret Service, informing on bank card thieves before he was arrested in 2008 for running his own multimillion-dollar card-hacking operation.
Discussion: Download Squad
Paola Antonelli / Inside/Out:
@ at MoMA — Ray Tomlinson. @. 1971. Here displayed in ITC American Typewriter Medium, the closest approximation to the character used by a Model 33 Teletype in the early 1970s — MoMA's Department of Architecture and Design has acquired the @ symbol into its collection.
Discussion: Vanity Fair, Fast Company, New York Times, ReadWriteWeb, PSFK, Core77, Switched and The Age
Juli Weiner / Vanity Fair: MoMA Adds @ Symbol to Its Permanent Collection
Cliff Kuangtoday / Fast Company: MoMA Acquires “@” Symbol. “WTF” Next?
Alice Rawsthorn / New York Times: Why @ Is Held in Such High Design Esteem
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: @ Symbol Acquired by Museum of Modern Art
Allan Chochinov / Core77: Congrats Paola! MoMA snags the @ symbol
Matthew Zuras / Switched: MoMA Acquires ‘@’ Symbol, Ampersand Values Plummet
Michael Shmith / The Age: This is where it's @ — IT IS small, round, elegant and used …
Nick O'Neill / SocialTimes.com:
The Economics Of Facebook Games — Last week at SXSW, John Pleasants, CEO of Playdom, spoke about “The Future Of Social Gaming”, but the greatest takeaway was the current economics of Facebook Games. If you are looking to get into the business or are already a player in the space …
Discussion: Inside Social Games
/ Louis Gray:
My6sense Intros Attention API for Hyper-Relevant Web — Content is coming at us from every direction in the form of streams, from blogs to tweets to social networks. These streams are combining to become information waterfalls of noise from practically every direction …
Discussion: PR Newswire, ReadWriteWeb, Mashable!, VentureBeat and Silicon Valley Watcher
Brian Remmel / PR Newswire: my6sense Unveils Attention API at DEMO Spring 2010
Christina Warren / Mashable!: Give Your Readers Personalized Content with My6sense
Kim-Mai Cutler / VentureBeat: DEMO: My6Sense opens up its filtering smarts to developers
Greg Kumparak / MobileCrunch:
Palm keeps pushing, announces Pixi Plus and Pre Plus for AT&T “in the coming months” — Palm may be down, but they're not out just yet. Following the launch of the Pre and Pixi on Sprint last year and their respective Plus editions on Verizon back in January, Palm has just announced …
Michelle Maisto / eWeek: ATandT to Offer Palm Pre Plus, Pixi Plus, Dell Aero
Joshua Topolsky / Engadget: Official: Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus for AT&T ‘in the coming months’
Michelle Lentz / bub.blicio.us: Video Review: Verizon's Palm Pre Plus & Pixi Plus
Phil Goldstein / FierceWireless: AT&T throws support behind Palm, webOS
Chris Davies / SlashGear: AT&T Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus confirmed
Chris Davies / SlashPhone: Palm's Pre Plus and Pixi Plus getting AT&T release
Robert Evans / I4U News: Palm Pre & Pixi Plus Coming to AT&T
Sramana Mitra / Sramana Mitra on Strategy: What Went Wrong With Palm?
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines: Palm takes Pre, Pixi to AT&T: Will it matter?
Jay Yarow / Silicon Alley Insider: Palm Smartphones Come To AT&T, Hope To Avoid Mistakes Made At Verizon (PALM, T)
Gregory White / The Business Insider:
Google Is Hiring Bond Traders — Google is hiring traders for its new bond trading platform, according to published advertisements on its job site. — Currently, roles include trader of foreign government bonds, portfolio analyst for Google's U.S. government bond portfolio …
Discussion: Tech Trader Daily
Eric Savitz / Tech Trader Daily: Google Seeks...Bond Traders?
Rafe Needleman / CNET News:
PayPal wants your startup — After revealing at Demo the winners of its Developers Challenge, Paypal had a consolation prize for the companies that didn't win the award: The company is announcing a funding project for new apps builders. Participants in the PayPal Startup Accelerator Program …
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Welcome To Evelyn Rusli, Whom We Stole From Forbes — Everyone please say hello to Evelyn Rusli. It's her first day here at TechCrunch as part of our core writing team. — Evelyn joins us from Forbes where she was an anchor reporter for the Forbes Video Network.
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider
James Surowiecki / New Yorker:
SOFT IN THE MIDDLE — Apple's launch of the iPad next week is a gamble in more ways than one. To start with, it's obviously a bet that there are millions of people looking for a new way to surf the Web, watch movies, and read magazines. But it's also a more fundamental gamble; namely, that people will pay for quality.
Discussion: Daring Fireball