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: paidContent, The Register, ZDNet Government, Engadget, Tech Eye, dailywireless.org, The Loop, CNET News, Silicon Alley Insider, Electronista, TechFlash, Electricpig.co.uk, Sample the Web, TechCrunch, AppleInsider, I4U News, Gizmodo, MacRumors, iLounge, Liliputing, Maximum PC, Mashable!, jkOnTheRun, 9 to 5 Mac, Edible Apple, TG Daily, GottaBeMobile.com, TheAppleBlog, SlashGear, PC Pro, ChannelWeb, AppScout, TiPb, The Toybox, Techland, Technologizer, Gizmodo Australia, T3.com News, Rev2.org, MediaMemo, DVICE, TeleRead and Telegraph
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent: With iPad Looming, Amazon, Barnes & Noble Push The Platform
Cade Metz / The Register: Amazon brews Kindleware for Apple's iPad
David Gewirtz / ZDNet Government: Apple is not your mother — Jason asked me to riff on his iPad fear …
Joanna Stern / Engadget: Spring Design Alex review
Alexandra Pullin / Tech Eye: Amazon, Barnes & Noble announce iPad app plans
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: Kindle App for iPad
Jim Dalrymple / The Loop: Can the Kindle compete on the iPad?
Jim Dalrymple / CNET News: Amazon unveils Kindle app for iPad
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider: Side By Side: Amazon Kindle iPad App And Apple's iBookstore (AMZN, AAPL)
Eric Engleman / TechFlash: Amazon Kindle preps iPad app
C.K. Sample III / Sample the Web: The iPad will not destroy the Kindle; It will strengthen Amazon
Katie Marsal / AppleInsider: Amazon reveals all-new Kindle e-book app for Apple iPad
Robert Evans / I4U News: Amazon Kindle Reader App Comes to Apple iPad
Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo: The iPad Kindle App Is a Peek at Kindle's Full Color Future
Marianne Schultz / MacRumors: Amazon Preparing Kindle App for iPad
Charles Starrett / iLounge: Amazon, Barnes & Noble building iPad apps
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?
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
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile.com: Kindle App for Tablets Shows Sneak Peak
Darrell Etherington / TheAppleBlog: Gatekeeping the iPad: Apple Being Shrewd About What Will Appear at Launch
Stuart Turton / PC Pro: Amazon to launch first UK iPad eBook store?
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
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: E-Reader Companies Ready Their iPad Apps
Craig Agranoff / Rev2.org: The Mad Dash to Create iPad Apps is Underway
Kevin Hall / DVICE: Kindle adding color e-books (for the iPad and the like)
Chris Meadows / TeleRead: iPad news: The Kindle app, educational discounts, and Foxtrot
Claudine Beaumont / Telegraph: Apple accepting iPad apps
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, PC World, Hardware 2.0, IntoMobile, GeekSmack, EverythingiCafe and iPad News Hub
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: Amazon unveils iPad and tablet Kindle ebook reader application
Jnevius / PC World: Our user reviews IN DETAIL:
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0: Where does Amazon's Kindle App for the iPad leave the Kindle?
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: iPad: Applications: Barnes & Noble, Kindle, both coming to Apple's new device
Patrick Laughner / GeekSmack: Kindle App for The iPad, Tablets, and More
Tim Barribeau / EverythingiCafe: Amazon Shows Off Kindle For Tablets
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 …
Nicholas Carlson / Silicon Alley Insider: BREAKING: Google Pulls Search Engine Out Of China (GOOG)
Tiernan Ray / Tech Trader Daily: Google China Redirected; Baidu Rises
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent: Google Finally Makes Its China Move: Stops Censoring Results
Kathrin Hille / Financial Times: Google set to announce China site closure
Adam Ostrow / Mashable!: Google Redirects Chinese Site to Hong Kong
Foremski / Silicon Valley Watcher: Updated: Chinese Animosity To Google Is Rising Quickly - Can Google Remain In China?
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Google Shuts Down Chinese Search, Redirects To Hong Kong — Google has shut down it's Chinese search site at Google.cn and is now redirecting visitors to Google.com.hk. This is in response to the widely reported cyber attack on Google in December, Google confirms.
Discussion: CNET News, Silicon Alley Insider, The Next Web and Washington Post
Tom Krazit / CNET News: Google redirects Google.cn to Hong Kong site
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider: Google And Baidu Shares Volatile After Google Drops China Site (GOOG, BIDU)
Chad Catacchio / The Next Web: Breaking: Google's China Search Features Now Redirect to Google Hong Kong
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: The Next Web
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: Engadget, Fudzilla, TechSpot, Maximum PC, Softpedia News and Hardware 2.0
Joseph L. Flatley / Engadget: AMD six-core CPU prices and clock speeds unearthed
Fuad Abazovic / Fudzilla: Intel prepares Core i7 875K CPU
Matthew DeCarlo / TechSpot: Intel preps unlocked Core i7, other new chips
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
Ryan Lawler / NewTeeVee:
Kylo Blocked By Hulu Already? — Well that was fast. If you've tried using the Kylo web video browser, which was just launched this morning, you might have noticed something funny while trying to connect to videos from Hulu — that is, that they're unavailable.
Will Richmond / VideoNuze: Is Hulu Now Blocking Access for Kylo Users?
Ryan Lawler / NewTeeVee:
Hillcrest Labs Takes On Boxee With Kylo Web Video Browser
Hillcrest Labs Takes On Boxee With Kylo Web Video Browser
Discussion: PR Newswire, Silicon Alley Insider, Engadget, VideoNuze, The Mobile Gadgeteer, SlashGear and Electronista
Will Richmond / VideoNuze: With New Kylo Browser Convergence is Another Step Closer
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Hillcrest Labs Kylo TV browser falls foul of Hulu
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, Silicon Alley Insider, NewTeeVee and Mashable!
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%
Ryan Lawler / NewTeeVee: Nielsen: Media Multitasking Catches On
Jennifer Van Grove / Mashable!: Simultaneous Web and TV Use Is Surging [STATS]
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: DailyTech, Erictric, TechSpot, Fast Company, Electronista, Digital Trends, 24/7 Wall St., 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
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’
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)
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?
Jean-Louis Gassée / Monday Note: Who will buy Palm?
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 …
/ 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
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
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?
Christina Warren / Mashable!:
Zosh Lets You Replace Your Fax Machine with Your iPhone — A representative for a new app called Zosh really started DEMO Spring 2010 off with a bang: He destroyed a fax machine on stage, Office Space-style. Complete with soundtrack. — The metaphor was actually pretty apt for the product being demoed …
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 …
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.
Darryl K. Taft / eWeek: Adobe Ships New Flash Platform Tools, Social Service
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat:
DEMO: InVisage's QuantumFilm enables gorgeous camera phone pictures — InVisage is one of 65 companies chosen by VentureBeat to launch at the DEMO Spring 2010 event taking place this week. These companies do pay a fee to present, but our coverage of them remains objective.
Discussion: PC World, Gadget Lab, eWeek, MacNN, TG Daily, Photography Blog, New York Times, Softpedia News, SlashGear, Tech Eye, Digits, Gizmodo Australia, CNET News, Phones Review, Gizmodo and Imaging Insider
Jared Newman / PC World: Quantum Cell Phone Camera Tech: Doom for Digicams?
Priya Ganapati / Gadget Lab: Quantum Technology Promises Wedding Photos From Phone Cameras
Nathan Eddy / eWeek: InVisage Unveils QuantumFilm Mobile Imaging Sensors
Emma Woollacott / TG Daily: Firm promises professional-quality photos - from a cellphone
Zoltan Arva-Toth / Photography Blog: InVisage Unveils QuantumFilm Image Sensor
Ashlee Vance / New York Times: Company Sees Leap for Cellphone Cameras
Harta Glass / Tech Eye: Invisage claims quantum dots will revolutionise digicams
Stephen Shankland / CNET News: InVisage aims to remake camera sensor market
Tim Anderson / The Register:
Windows Phone 7: Microsoft's exercise in self restraint — Thank God for Apple — Mix10 The key difference between Windows Phone 7 and Windows Mobile is not Silverlight, the Windows Marketplace lock-in, nor the disallowing of native-code applications. — Rather, Windows Phone 7 …
Greg Kumparak / MobileCrunch:
AT&T to soon unveil an Android-powered Dell phone called the “Aero” — Well, that was unexpected. Tacked on to the news of the Palm Pixi Plus and Pre Plus finding their way to AT&T was a passing mention that AT&T would soon be pulling back the curtains on their second Android-powered phone, the Dell Aero.
Discussion: SlashGear, Engadget, AT&T, PR Newswire, IntoMobile, The Toybox, Direct2Dell, MobileBurn.com, Android Community, Erictric and I4U News
Chris Davies / SlashGear: AT&T Dell Aero revealed
Nilay Patel / Engadget: Dell Aero is AT&T's second Android phone
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: AT&T brings Dell's first smartphone to the US market; say hello …
Andrew Nusca / The Toybox: Dell unveils Aero; first Android handset on AT&T
Todd Haselton / MobileBurn.com: AT&T to carry Dell Aero Android powered smartphone
Chris Davies / Android Community: AT&T Dell Aero gets official
Robert Evans / I4U News: AT&T Dell Aero Confirmed
Laurie Sullivan / MediaPost:
DoubleClick Lead Architect Launches Search Retargeting Platform — Ad retargeting typically conjures up images of display ads, but one seasoned ad executive has developed a retargeting platform based on search. — Magnetic Founder Josh Shatkin-Margolis will launch Monday a retargeting platform …
Andrew Goodman / Traffick: Ad Network Confusion Mounts
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile:
SanDisk finally comes out with a 32 GB microSDHC card, it's $200, ships next month — How long have 16 GB cards been on the market? Too f**king long is the right answer. People's thirst for storage will never be satisfied, and to solve that SanDisk has finally come out with a 32 GB microSD card.
Discussion: CNET News, Gearlog, CrunchGear and Pocket-lint
Brooke Crothers / CNET News: SanDisk ships 32GB memory card for phones
Sean Ludwig / Gearlog: SanDisk Debuts First 32GB microSD Card
Nicholas Deleon / CrunchGear: SanDisk's 32GB microSDHC should make your life slightly easier …
Stuart Miles / Pocket-lint: SanDisk “Something Big” is 32GB microSD card
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
Don Reisinger / L.A. Times Tech Blog:
Seattle, Boston top list of U.S. cities most at risk of cyber crime — Seattle might be a beautiful city in its own right, but according to a new study from security firm Symantec, it's also the nation's “riskiest” city when it comes to cyber crime. — Symantec examined 50 U.S. cities …
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Norton ranks riskiest cities for cybercrime
Brian Prince / eWeek: Seattle Tops Symantec List of Riskiest Online Cities
Harta Glass / Tech Eye: Riskiest online city in US is Microsoft's Seattle
Alex Wilhelm / The Next Web:
Why Is Every App A Game? The Badgeification Of The Internet — Have you heard of the startup Gravity? It's in the same space as Zaang, a company that we have covered before. — I was researching the application to get some background on it, perhaps to do a comparison piece …