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9:10 PM ET, June 7, 2010

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Jesus Diaz / Gizmodo:
iPhone 4: The Definitive Guide  —  We already showed you the new iPhone from every angle, inside and out.  Today, Steve Jobs re-revealed it, telling us about the remaining details.  Here's the exhaustive guide to all the features of the new iPhone 4.  [Updating live]  —  Hardware technical features
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Joshua Topolsky / Engadget:
iPhone 4 first hands-on! (update: FaceTime video demo)  —  We've just gotten some face time (ha ha!) with the new iPhone 4, and let's just say this: it's incredibly sexy.  We'll hand it to Apple, the phone is so thin it's kind of mind-boggling.  The 3GS by comparison looks bloated.
Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo:
Why Is AT&T Suddenly So Generous?  —  AT&T's upgrade offer for iPhone 4 is “generous,” as Steve Jobs put it.  Any iPhone owner eligible for an upgrade any time this year can upgrade immediately—up to six months early.  But maybe you shouldn't.  —  You're probably familiar with the standard contract-subsidized phone.
Apple:
Apple Presents iPhone 4  —  All-New Design with FaceTime Video Calling, Retina Display, 5 Megapixel Camera & HD Video Recording  —  Thinnest Smartphone Ever  —  Apple® today presented the new iPhone® 4 featuring FaceTime, which makes the dream of video calling a reality …
Paul Miller / Engadget:
iPhone 4 announced, launching June 24 for $199 with new FaceTime video chat  —  Apple has unveiled its new iPhone 4 after a couple wild, unprecedented months of leaks.  Sure, it looks exactly like we expected it to (Steve compares it to an old Leica camera), with a glass front and back, but it's what's on the inside that counts, kids.
Jonathan Hirschman / CenterNetworks:
10 Apple iPhone 4 Game Changers  —  Editor's note: there has been a good discussion this afternoon about the new iPhone 4 and how it compares to Android and other mobile devices on the NY Tech Meetup mailing list.  Jonathan Hirschman put together the below list of game changers coming …
Eric Slivka / MacRumors:
Apple Posts iPhone 4 Feature Video
Discussion: TiPb
Paul Miller / Engadget:
Netflix app headed for the iPhone
Jay Yarow / Silicon Alley Insider:
Apple Adds Bing To The iPhone (MSFT, AAPL, GOOG)
Discussion: Search Blog and MediaMemo
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Apple Has Paid $1 Billion To App Developers (And Other Key Stats)
Brian Barrett / Gizmodo:
Watch the Apple Keynote's Network Meltdown  —  WWDC keynotes are usually carefully orchestrated affairs.  This one?  Not so much.  You've read in our live blog how Steve Jobs had to bail on a demo because of network trouble.  Now you can watch how uncomfortable it all was.
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Ryan Block / gdgt live:
Live WWDC 2010 keynote coverage  —  Manual updating, hit F5!  —  9:42AM - Louis Armstrong setting the mood while thousands of developers funnel in.  Just a little more than 15 minutes to go!  —  9:27AM - Alright, we're in!  This is actually the earliest I've ever seen Apple seat the press …
Joshua Topolsky / Engadget:
Steve Jobs live from WWDC 2010  —  11:55AM And that's all she wrote!  Thanks for reading, and thanks to Justin Glow, Dan Chilton, and the Blogsmith and Netops teams for keeping us afloat!  — 11:55AM “And all the rest of the family that just supports us in a thousand ways... awesome job.
Ben Patterson / Yahoo! News:
Verizon iPhone, $99 Apple TV and other no-shows
AppleInsider:
Apple releases Safari 5 with extensions, expanded HTML5 support  —  Apple on Monday released Safari 5, the latest version of its desktop Web browser, with a 30 percent performance increase, the addition of Bing search and secure sandboxed extensions, as well as support for more than a dozen new HTML5 technologies.
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Apple:
Apple Releases Safari 5  —  Apple® today released Safari® 5, the latest version of the world's fastest and most innovative web browser, featuring the new Safari Reader for reading articles on the web without distraction, a 30 percent performance increase over Safari 4 …
Brad Stone / Bits:
Why Apple's iBooks Numbers Are Meaningless  —  There was e-book news on Monday at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference: Steven P. Jobs, Apple's chief executive, said that big publishers had told him that sales of e-books for the iPad now accounted for 22 percent of all e-book sales.
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Paul Bryan / The Windows Blog:
Windows Phone 7 Means Business  —  Microsoft's annual TechEd Conference started today and we're taking this opportunity to share more about what Windows Phone 7 means to business through keynotes, sessions and product demonstrations.  I thought I'd take a few minutes to share an overview of what attendees are hearing.
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Brandon Watson / The Windows Blog:
New Policies for Next Gen Windows Phone Marketplace
Paul Boutin / VentureBeat:
Jobs predicts iAds will steal 48% of mobile advertising market  —  Move over, AdMob and Millennial.  Apple CEO Steve Jobs presented a slide at this morning's Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco that claims that 48% of spending on mobile advertising in the United States …
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Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
AdMob CEO Omar Hamoui On The FTC, Competing With Apple, And …
Discussion: mocoNews
Tom Neumayr / Apple:
Apple to Debut iAds on July 1
Janko Roettgers / NewTeeVee:
Did Apple's iPhone 4 Just Kill the Flip?  —  Apple CEO Steve Jobs just announced the highly anticipated fourth-generation iPhone at WWDC, and the device is bound to make some people at Cisco pretty nervous: The iPhone 4 features 720p HD video recording at 30fps, an LED flash that doubles …
Discussion: jkOnTheRun and GigaOM
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Andrew Nusca / ZDNet:
Why Apple's new iPhone 4 is not a Flip mini camcorder killer
Discussion: Gizmodo and CNET News
Sachin Agarwal / Sachin's Posterous:
FaceTime will be successful because you don't need an account … via apple.com  —  This is going to change everything.  I can't wait to be able to do video calls with my parents, with Kate, with friends all over the world. iChat failed here because it was software.
 
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