Vlad Savov / Engadget:
iPhone 4 antenna problems were predicted on June 10 by Danish professor — Well, this must be one of the most epic “I told you so” moments in the history of consumer electronics. Professor Gert Frølund Pedersen, an antenna expert over at Denmark's Aalborg University …
Discussion: Tech Sanity Check, Know Your Cell, DSLreports and 901am
Marin Perez / Know Your Cell: Apple needs to make a better phone
Daniel Eran Dilger / AppleInsider:
Death Grip hysteria may end Monday with iOS 4.01 — Reception issues observed by new iPhone 4 owners, derided as the “Death Grip” by bloggers, appears to actually be a software issue that an iOS update is expected to resolve early next week. — Identifying the problem
Discussion: App Advice, The Next Web, IntoMobile, Softpedia News, iPhone Download Blog, ithinkdifferent, Gizmodo, eWeek, Edible Apple, TechCrunch Europe, I4U News, Phones Review, Ubergizmo, BlogsDNA, Boy Genius Report, Guardian, Download Squad, everythingiCafe, MobileCrunch, Gizmodo Australia, Erictric, MobileContentToday, Bits, Mashable! and TiPb
Casey Tschida / App Advice: Stanza eBook Reader Update Makes Reading Even Easier With iOS 4 And iPhone 4
Brad McCarty / The Next Web: iPhone 4 reception problems could be fixed come Monday.
Nicholas Kolakowski / eWeek: Apple Responds to iPhone 4 Antenna Issues
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch Europe: Orange UK tells iPhone 4 buyer delivery was delayed due to ‘antenna problems’
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: iOS 4.01 comes to fix iPhone 4 Left Hand Reception Issue
Kelly Hodgkins / Boy Genius Report: iOS 4.01 software update to arrive on Monday with a fix for antenna issue?
Charles Arthur / Guardian: iPhone 4 users turn to nail polish to fix £499 gadget
Tim Barribeau / everythingiCafe: Is An Antenna Fix Just Around The Corner With iOS 4.01?
Devin Coldewey / MobileCrunch: Doing my part for the iPhone 4 “death grip” meme
Rosa Golijan / Gizmodo Australia: Rumour: iOS 4.01 Update Coming On Monday, Will Fix Reception Problems
Frank McPherson / MobileContentToday: About Cell Phone Antennas
Miguel Helft / Bits: Did Disguising the iPhone 4 Mask a Temperamental Antenna?
Rene Ritchie / TiPb: Rumor: Apple releasing iOS 4.0.1 next week?
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Decoding Microsoft's Fantastic Passive-Agressive Numbers Post — Yesterday, Microsoft communications head Frank Shaw put up a post on The Official Microsoft Blog rattling off some numbers regarding many of Microsoft's products. The intention was obviously to lend some perspective …
Frank X. Shaw / The Official Microsoft Blog:
Microsoft by the numbers — You probably saw the news this week that we've sold 150 million Windows 7 licenses in 8 months. That's more than 600,000 per day. And, perhaps fittingly for a product called Windows 7, it adds up to 7 copies every second of every day since launch.
Discussion: TomsTechBlog.com, Pulse2, WMPoweruser.com, IntoMobile, PC World, Network World, The Microsoft Blog and BoomTown, Thanks:rawmeet
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Microsoft Touts Some Additional Numbers
Tony Bradley / PC World: Windows 7 Sales are Hot and Just Getting Started
Nick Eaton / The Microsoft Blog: Windows 7 sales tally up to 150 million
Blackberry Curve 9300 Prototype - Hands On — The good folks at Negri Electronics managed to hook us up with an unannounced Blackberry Curve 9300 prototype. This little guy packs quite a redesigned punch, featuring an optical trackpad, flush control buttons on the front, new media buttons on the top …
Discussion: CrackBerry.com blogs, Gadgetell, Erictric, Pulse2, Phone Arena, LAPTOPMEMO, Engadget and Phones Review
Robert Nelson / Gadgetell: BlackBerry Curve 9300 prototype spends some time in front …
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: BlackBerry Curve 9300 Gets A Hands On [VIDEO]
Stefan Etienne / LAPTOPMEMO: Blackberry Curve 9300 Leaks Out, Came With BlackBerry OS 5.0?
Ross Miller / Engadget: BlackBerry Curve 9300 prototype gets handled on video
Brent Csutoras / BlueGlass:
The New Digg Version 4.0 Alpha — Ever since Kevin Rose decided to take over the leadership role at Digg, there has been a lot of conversation and speculation over the coming Digg v4.0, but today we need to speculate no more, as Alpha invite emails have gone out and we have been provided a limited look into the new Digg v4.0 Alpha.
Discussion: Mashable! and Search Engine Journal
Loren Baker / Search Engine Journal: Exclusive Sneak Preview of the New Digg!
John Levine / CircleID:
The .XXX Fiasco is Almost Over — At Friday's meeting of the ICANN board in Brussels, they voted, probably for the last time, to approve the 2004 application for the .XXX domain. — Purely on the merits, there is of course no need for a top level domain for porn.
Discussion: Domain Name Wire
Andrew Allemann / Domain Name Wire: Former Justice Department Chief Blasts ICANN Decision on .XXX
Miguel Helft / New York Times:
A New Suffix for X-Rated Web Sites
A New Suffix for X-Rated Web Sites
Discussion: The Informer, ICM Registry and ZDNet
Nilay Patel / Engadget:
Gyroscope gunning on the iPhone 4 with Eliminate: Gun Range (video) — We'd heard earlier that ngmoco's new game Eliminate: Gun Range was one of the first apps to really take advantage of the iPhone 4's gyroscope, and now that we've had a chance to play with it, we've got say there's a ton of potential here.
Discussion: displayblog, Touch Arcade and iSmashPhone
Ben Gottesman / PC Magazine:
Internet Speed Test: The Fastest ISPs in the U.S. 2010 — We put Internet browsing speeds to the test to see which providers are the best at delivering the Web to you. — Is your Web browsing as fast as it could be? Fifteen years after Microsoft introduced Internet Explorer to compete …
Discussion: Lockergnome Blog Network and DSLreports
Matt Hartley / Lockergnome Blog Network: Fastest ISPs In The US
Eliot Van Buskirk / Epicenter:
Subscription Hulu: Beginning of the End for Cable, Satellite TV? — Hulu, which currently showcases free content from NBC, Wired.com and other video providers, will try charging for a premium version soon, according to reports (Image: Wired.com interviews Nick Cave on Hulu).
Discussion: Daily Patricia, TechnoBuffalo and Erictric
Paul Kedrosky's Infectious Greed:
The Coming Super-Seed Crash — Unnoticed by almost no-one, the startup financing landscape has been transformed: a combination of ease of entry, lower capital requirements, failing incumbent venture capital (VC) firms, and general fervor has driven the emergence of a host of new “super-seed” firms.
Heather Kelly / Macworld:
iPhone 4 camera beats the smartphone competition — Camera quality is a competitive area for the current crop of smartphones. With each new device, the gap between phones that happen to have cameras, and actual point-and-shoot cameras, shrinks. — To accurately see how good the iPhone 4's 5-megapixel …
Discussion: Podcasting News, Boy Genius Report, Computerworld, MacRumors, Electronista and displayblog
Andrew Munchbach / Boy Genius Report: 720p Video Capture Comparison, iPhone 4 v. DROID X
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: iPhone 4's Camera Capabilities Evaluated