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1:00 PM ET, June 23, 2010

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iFixit:
iPhone 4 Teardown  —  Join us live and follow iFixit on twitter as we disassemble the newly released iPhone 4.  Stay tuned!  Being the resourceful tinkerers that we are, we scoured the depths of this great nation, and we have emerged victorious.  At long last, the journey to the iPhone 4 teardown …
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Walter S. Mossberg / Personal Technology:
New iPhone Keeps Apple Top of Class  —  Just three years ago, Apple wasn't in the mobile-phone business at all.  Since then, its game-changing iPhone has become the most influential smartphone in the world.  Now, on June 24, the company will roll out the fourth generation of the device, called the iPhone 4.
Joshua Topolsky / Engadget:
iPhone 4 review  —  The iPhone 4 is no small thing to review.  As most readers of Engadget are well aware, in the gadget world a new piece of Apple hardware is a major event, preceded by rumors, speculation, an over-the-top announcement, and finally days, weeks, or months of anticipation from an ever-widening fan base.
David Pogue / New York Times:
New iPhone Arrives, Rivals Beware  —  Apple's new iPhone, its fourth in four years, reaches stores on Thursday.  Ordinarily, this is where you'd expect to find a review of it.  But honestly — what's the point?  —  The iPhone 4 is already a hit.  AT&T says that it received 10 times …
Arn / MacRumors:
iPhone 4 is Faster than 3GS and Slower than iPad in Early Benchmarks  —  iPhone 4 results on left, 3GS on right  —  Early benchmarks of the iPhone 4 show it to be 31% faster than the iPhone 3GS according to the Geekbench 2 app.  Geek Bench has been a popular benchmarking utility on the Mac …
Yusuf Mehdi / Search Blog:
A New Entertainment Experience for Bing  —  In this release of Bing one of the biggest investments we are making is in the area of entertainment.  As the content on the web has exploded, it has become difficult to navigate and find what you are looking for.
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Ina Fried / Beyond Binary:
Microsoft, Hollywood debate future of entertainment
Discussion: MediaPost
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
Looks Like Apple Is Suing HTC (Again)  —  It appears Apple has filed yet another patent infringement lawsuit against HTC and its subsidiaries.  —  From the looks of it, the new suit, which was filed earlier this week in the same Delaware court as the initial lawsuit filed in March 2010 …
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune:
App Store: 1% of Apple's gross profit  —  Since its launch in July 2008, it has generated revenue of $429 million for the company  —  Click to enlarge.  Source: Piper Jaffray  —  Apple (AAPL) claims to run the App Store at or near break even, and apparently that's not terribly far from the truth.
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Neil Hughes / AppleInsider:
19% of software on Apple's App Store is paid, with $1.49 average price
Discussion: FierceMobileContent and MacStories
Sascha Segan / Gearlog:
Virgin Mobile MiFi Outed by Best Buy, Coming Next Week  —  Prepaid carrier Virgin Mobile will be introducing a Novatel MiFi router next week, the company told us after the device appeared at a Best Buy summer preview event this morning.  —  Virgin Mobile's MiFi, like the models available …
Elinor Mills / CNET News:
Report: A fifth of Android apps expose private data  —  About 20 percent of the 48,000 apps in the Android marketplace allow a third-party application access to sensitive or private information, according to a report released on Tuesday.  —  And some of the apps were found to have the ability …
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Robert Allen / Google Android News Android Forums:
A fifth of Android apps malware? Not quite...
Discussion: Computerworld
Mark Sweney / Guardian:
Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook ‘almost guaranteed’ to reach 1 billion users  —  Russia, Japan, China and Japan only remaining countries where Facebook not leading social network says founder  —  Facebook's global dominance is almost complete with just Russia, Japan, China and Japan yet to be converted …
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Caroline McCarthy / CNET News:
Why Twitter still has to get its game on—fast  —  In March, Twitter CEO Evan Williams first unveiled @Anywhere, a new platform aimed at news and media outlets to knit Twitter more deeply into their own sites.  After all, Twitter has become more or less synonymous with real-time, breaking news …
Discussion: Gawker
Ina Fried / Beyond Binary:
How Microsoft foresaw—and still missed—the iPad  —  The technology icon stands before a crowd, holding in his hands a prototype that embodies his vision for the future of computing.  It's a touch-screen tablet that is thinner than a magazine, has all-day battery life, and sells for less than $800.
Discussion: PC World and GottaBeMobile
Larry Dignan / ZDNet:
Verizon hits 10 Gbps to the home via FiOS  —  Verizon said Wednesday that it has completed a field trial of a fiber-optic system that can provide 10 gigabits per second to the home via FiOS.  —  That's a quite bit faster than what you have at home right now.
Discussion: Verizon and Telecompetitor
Sarah Perez / ReadWriteWeb:
Developers Betting on Android for Long-Term Success, Says Survey  —  A recent survey of 2733 mobile application developers has shed new light on the so-called “Apple vs. Google” battle that's taking place now in the smartphone industry, positioning Apple's dominant iPhone/iPad operating system …
Kim-Mai Cutler / VentureBeat:
The designer behind Facebook CEO's mysterious hoodie speaks up  —  Earlier this month, Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg ignited a baffling brouhaha in the press when he took off a hoodie on-stage at the AllThingsD conference only to reveal a circular design imprinted on the inside.
Ian Paul / PC World:
Google Under Multistate Privacy Microscope: How We Got Here  —  Google's Wi-Fi data snooping brouhaha just got worse.  Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal on Monday announced his office is leading a multistate investigation into Google's Wi-Fi data snooping gaffe.
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David Kravets / Threat Level:
Packet-Sniffing Laws Murky as Open Wi-Fi Proliferates
Discussion: Maximum PC
 
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Larry Dignan / ZDNet:
Sandisk SD card can store tamper-proof photos for 100 years
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat:
Libox lets you access media files from anywhere, easily share files with no limits
Discussion: Technology Review, Libox Blog and NewTeeVee, Thanks:devindra
Tom Warren / Neowin.net:
IE9 Platform Preview 3 with HTML5 video support due today
Discussion: ZDNet and Softpedia News
Chris Morrison / Inside Social Games:
Seven Languages Grow, Three Hold Steady on Facebook for June 2010
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
P2P lawyers tell judge: suing 5,000 “Does” at once is fine
Discussion: Techdirt
Mark Lee / Bloomberg:
China Government Bans Online Virtual-Currency Dealing Platforms for Minors
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Jennifer / Electronic Frontier Foundation:
It's Your Data, It's Your Bot: It's Not A Crime
Audrey Watters / ReadWriteWeb:
Delicious Founder, AOL Exec Launch Hacker Angels
Discussion: Pulse2 and Mass High Tech
Dennis Kneale / CNBC:
Why Amazon Should Give Away Kindle Free
Mike Beltzner / The Mozilla Blog:
Firefox 3.6.4 with Crash Protection Now Available