Richard / Electronic Frontier Foundation:
EFF Wins New Legal Protections for Video Artists, Cell Phone Jailbreakers, and Unlockers — San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) won three critical exemptions to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) anticircumvention provisions today, carving out new legal protections …
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Mike Masnick / Techdirt: Surprising New DMCA Exceptions: Jailbreaking Smartphones …
Rik Myslewski / The Register: US legalizes Jailbroken iPhones
Brian Prince / eWeek: Jailbreaking Apple iPhone Gets Government OK
Robert X. Cringely / Robert X. Cringely's blog: Damn the DMCA, fully jailbroken iPhones ahead
Andrew Munchbach / Boy Genius Report: AP: New government law makes it legal to unlock your phone …
Christopher Null / Yahoo! News: iPhone jailbreaking (and all cell phone unlocking) made legal
Doug Aamoth / Techland: You May Now Legally Jailbreak Your iPhone and Rip DVDs
Paul Miller / Engadget: Library of Congress adds DMCA exception for jailbreaking or rooting your phone
Tim Conneally / BetaNews: DMCA revised: unlocking, jailbreaking phones, e-book text-to-speech, deemed fair use
Sarah Perez / ReadWriteWeb: Fair Use Legalized, Says EFF
Janko Roettgers / NewTeeVee: New DMCA Exemptions: Ripping DVDs for Online Video Now Legal
Erica Sadun / TUAW: Library of Congress rules in favor of jailbreaking
Chris Davies / SlashGear: DMCA updated: Jailbreaking, unlocking and fair-use DRM bypassing are allowed
Chris Gentilviso / newsfeed.time.com: Quotes: Journalist Tom Bower on Tony Hayward's Inevitable BP Departure
Nick Saint / Silicon Alley Insider: Federal Government: Sorry, Apple, Jailbreaking iPhones Is Fair Use
Leander Kahney / Cult of Mac: Why Jailbreaking Is Now Legal [It's Your iPhone, Not Apple's]
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: Jailbreaking and carrier unlocking now legal in the US?
Stephen Schenck / Obsessable: Jailbreaking smartphones now legal, says Copyright Office
Amar Toor / Switched: U.S. Government Legalizes iPhone Jailbreaking
Technology Expert / Tech-Ex: Jailbreaking iPhones legal: U.S. Copyright Office
Declan McCullagh / Crave: The gadget blog: Feds say mobile-phone jailbreaking is OK
Darrell Etherington / TheAppleBlog: Updated: Jailbreaking Your iPhone No Longer A Matter for the Copyright Police
Dan Colman / Open Culture: US Government Opens Tech/Culture
Tim Barribeau / everythingiCafe: Jailbreaking Now Legal? — The U.S. Copyright Office …
John Brownlee / Cult of Mac:
Jailbreaking Your iPhone Is Now Legal — Many of the most vocal critics of jailbreaking — a group which includes Apple itself — have been quick in the past to cite the fact that hacking your smartphone is a violation of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act, and thus illegal.
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat: Jailbreaking phones is now legal thanks to EFF copyright victory
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: Why Fair Use is Not Just Acceptable, It's Essential for the Future
Dan Moren / Macworld: Jailbreaking officially granted DMCA exemption
Chris Head / PC World: U.S. Government: iPhone Jailbreaking Is Fair Use
David Goldman / CNNMoney.com: Jailbreaking iPhone apps is now legal
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica: Apple loses big in DRM ruling: jailbreaks are “fair use”
Ray Walters / AndroidGuys: Rooting your Android Phone No Longer a Crime!
Jonathan I Ezor / PreCentral.net: U.S. Copyright Office issues new rules supporting smartphone jailbreak
Sam Biddle / Gizmodo: Federal Judge: OK to Break DRM for Fair Use
Wolfgang Gruener / ConceivablyTech: Apple's Bad Month Continues: iPhone Jailbreaking Now Legal
Joelle Tessler / Associated Press:
New gov't rules allow unapproved iPhone apps — WASHINGTON - Owners of the iPhone will be able to legally break electronic locks on their devices in order to download software applications that haven't been approved by Apple Inc., according to new government rules announced Monday.
Discussion: AppleInsider, Threat Level, Yahoo! News, CrunchGear, Hillicon Valley, Gizmodo Australia, DSLreports, SiliconANGLE, Erictric, GamePolitics News, MacRumors and Bloomberg
Christina Warren / Yahoo! News: U.S. Government: You Can Jailbreak Your iPhone
Nicholas Deleon / CrunchGear: Now legal in the U.S.: Jailbreaking your iPhone, ripping a DVD …
Kristen Nicole / SiliconANGLE: DMCA Says Jailbroken iPhones Now Legal, Apple Securities Remain Intact
Eric Calouro / Erictric: Jailbreaking Your iPhone Legal Now Thanks To New Law
Pete Gallagher / GamePolitics News: U.S. Govt Okays Jailbreaking and Breaking Game DRM for Investigative Purposes
Todd Shields / Bloomberg: ‘Jailbreaking’ of Mobile Phones to Add Apps Backed by U.S.
Jared Newman / PC World:
Govt.-Approved iPhone Jailbreaking Won't Help Users — The U.S. Copyright Office slapped Apple in the face by declaring iPhone jailbreaking legal, but that won't change anything for iPhone users. — Every three years, the copyright office considers exemptions to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act …
Liz Gannes / GigaOM: What the New DMCA Ruling on Copyright Actually Says
Claire Atkinson / New York Post:
Google Music takes a step closer to reality — Google's plan to challenge Apple's dominance in the music marketplace is advancing more rapidly than expected, say music industry sources. — The search giant's Android whiz, VP Andy Rubin, is said to be having “accelerated” …
Discussion: NBC Bay Area, paidContent, 9 to 5 Mac, Fortune, The Next Web, Electronista, MacStories and Erictric
Jackson West / NBC Bay Area: Google Reportedly Nearing Music Deal
Tricia Duryee / paidContent: Google's Mobile Music Store Could Launch This Winter
Jonny Evans / 9 to 5 Mac: Google's iTunes ‘killer’ one step closer to launch
Seth Weintraub / Fortune: Google hits up Harry Fox for Christmas music store launch?
Alex Wilhelm / The Next Web: Google Music Launching This Year?
Cody Fink / MacStories: Google Gaining Momentum with ‘iTunes Killer’
Bertrand Vasquez / Erictric: Google Advances Google Music Negotiations
Spencer E. Ante / Wall Street Journal:
Citi Discloses Security Flaw in Its iPhone App — Citigroup Inc. told its U.S. mobile banking customers they should upgrade to a new application designed for Apple Inc.'s iPhone after the bank's original version was found to have a security flaw. — In an incident that highlights …
Discussion: VentureBeat, Bits, Computerworld, Fast Company, Digits, MacRumors iPhone Blog, everythingiCafe, Tech-Ex, MarketingVOX, The Loop, The Next Web, Neowin.net and Smallbiztechnology.com
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat: Kaching! Citibank admits to security flaw in its mobile banking iPhone app
Nick Bilton / Bits: Citi Discovers Security Flaw in iPhone Application
Gregg Keizer / Computerworld: Citi confirms critical bug in iPhone mobile banking app
Austin Carr / Fast Company: Citibank iPhone App Saved Personal User Information
Tim Barribeau / everythingiCafe: Citigroup Admits Major Security Flaw In iPhone App
Technology Expert / Tech-Ex: Citigroup's iPhone app has security issue: Citi
Jim Dalrymple / The Loop: Citigroup warns of security flaw in its iPhone app
Jeff Cormier / The Next Web: Citibank iPhone app security flaw exposed. Users asked to update app immediately.
iPhone 4 Arrives in 17 More Countries This Friday — Apple's iPhone® 4 will be available in 17 more countries this Friday, July 30. iPhone 4 features FaceTime®, which makes video calling as easy as one tap, Apple's new Retina display, the highest resolution display ever built into a phone …
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Kelly Hodgkins / Boy Genius Report: Apple to sell unlocked iPhone 4 in Canada starting at $659
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat: Forget antennagate:Apple to launch iPhone 4 in 17 more countries on Friday
Cameron Rawson / TechLeash: iPhone 4 Arrives in 17 More Countries by Friday
Matthew DeCarlo / TechSpot: New iMac, Mac Pro, Cinema Display rumored for tomorrow
Greg Sterling / Internet2Go: iPhone 4 World Tour: 17 More Countries Friday
Jonny Evans / 9 to 5 Mac: iPhone 4 hits 17 new countries Friday - woOt!
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Apple iPhone 4 Landing In 17 More Countries This Friday
Christian Zibreg / Geek.com: Apple bravely bringing iPhone 4 and its faulty antenna to 14 …
Charlie Sorrel / Gadget Lab: IPhone 4 Available (Almost) Worldwide this Friday
Kit Eaton / Fast Company: Apple Rumors: New iMac, Mac Pro on Way, With Magic Slate Peripheral Tagging Along?
Eric Benderoff / Appolicious Advisor: Apple expands iPhone 4 sales
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: Apple rolls out iPhone 4 to 17 more Countries this Friday
Geoff Duncan / Digital Trends: Apple Pushing iPhone 4 to 17 More Countries Friday
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: iPhone 4 Hits 17 More Countries Friday
John Biggs / TechCrunch: 17 More Countries Get the iPhone 4 On Friday
Technology Expert / Tech-Ex: Seventeen more countries to sell the iPhone 4 starting Friday
Simon Sage / IntoMobile: iPhone 4 Launching in More Countries this Friday
Vlad Savov / Engadget:
HTC makes Super LCD screens for Desire and Nexus One official — Welcome back to our “worst kept secrets” hour, where HTC has seen fit to release a PR blast informing the world of what it already knew: the Desire and Nexus One are getting Super (duper) LCD displays to fill demand that Samsung's AMOLED division cannot.
Andrew Munchbach / Boy Genius Report: HTC touts Super LCD displays amidst AMOLED display shortage
Chris Davies / SlashGear: HTC make Super LCD for Desire and Nexus One official
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: HTC officially states that they're dumping OLED for Sony's Super …
Robert Evans / I4U News: HTC Leaves AMOLED Behind
Patrick Rigby / Mobile Tech Addicts: HTC Switching to Super LCD on Nexus One and HTC Desire From AMOLED
Eric M. Zeman / Phone Scoop: HTC to Ditch Samsung Displays in Favor of Sony
Quentyn Kennemer / Android Phone Fans: HTC Officially Announces Their Adoption of Super LCD
Shane McGlaun / DailyTech: HTC to Use Super LCD in Place of AMOLED
Alex Smith / AndroidSPIN: From AMOLED To SLCD, HTC Announces Switch
Gary Cutlack / Gizmodo: HTC Swapping AMOLED For Super LCD
Simon Chester / MobileCrunch: HTC gives up waiting on AMOLEDs, switches to SLCD on Desire and Nexus One
Andrea Petrou / Tech Eye: HTC confirms Super LCD handset changes
Jamie Pert / Product Reviews Net: HTC Scrapping OLED for Sony's Super LCD
Technology Expert / Tech-Ex: It's official; Super LCD screens to replace AMOLED on HTC devices
Anand Srinivasan / Go Rumors: HTC Desire Display To Change To SLCD From OLED
James Kendrick / jkOnTheRun: HTC Says No to AMOLED: Nexus One Lives On?
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Google May Not Have Bought Yelp, But They Sure Are Trying To Own Them With Places — Perhaps you recall that late last year, Google was in discussions to buy Yelp. Despite a supposed offer of $550 million plus earn-outs, Yelp walked away from the deal. But that isn't stopping Google for entering Yelp's business.
Discussion: Internet2Go, Boy Genius Report and Electronista
Greg Sterling / Internet2Go: Google Offers More Attractive Places to Go
Andrew Munchbach / Boy Genius Report: Google Maps for Android updated, brings new application Places
Michael Siliski / Google Mobile Blog:
An Even Better Way to Find Places Nearby
An Even Better Way to Find Places Nearby
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MG Siegler / TechCrunch: Not Only Is Google Places Going After Yelp, They're Doing So With Yelp's Content
Greg Sterling / Search Engine Land: Google Mobilizes Place Pages for Android Devices
Marc Flores / IntoMobile: Google Maps for Android Gets Updated to Version 4.4
Jessica Dolcourt / Crave: The gadget blog: Google updates Maps for Android, adds Yelp-like interface
Alex Smith / AndroidSPIN: Google Maps Gets Updated To 4.4
Bertrand Vasquez / Erictric: Google Updates Google Maps for Android to Version 4.4
Eric M. Zeman / Phone Scoop: Google Maps for Android Gets Updated to Version 4.4
Eric Slivka / MacRumors:
27-Inch LED Cinema Display Coming Tomorrow Alongside iMacs and Mac Pros? — Mockup of existing 24" LED display (left) next to 27" model (right) — In announcing the return of his podcast talk show, the plugged-in John Gruber slyly hints, as he is wont to do, that Apple may be set to release …
Discussion: AppleInsider, Daring Fireball, 9 to 5 Mac, The Next Web, Crave, Erictric, Geek.com, Silicon Alley Insider, GeekSugar and RazorianFly
John Gruber / Daring Fireball: The Talk Show Returns
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: New iMacs, Cinema Display, Mac Pro tomorrow + bonus stand-alone trackpad?
Erica Ogg / Crave: The gadget blog: New iMac, iLife coming soon?
Bertrand Vasquez / Erictric: Apple to Launch New iMacs, Mac Pros, and 27-Inch Cinema Displays Tomorrow?
Christian Zibreg / Geek.com: AMD iMacs, dodeca-core MacPros and 27-inch Cinema Display due tomorrow?
Limited iMac retail inventory precedes anticipated update
Limited iMac retail inventory precedes anticipated update
Discussion: Electronista, Electricpig, SlashGear, I4U News, MacRumors, Obsessable, Silicon Alley Insider and Softpedia News
Chris Davies / SlashGear: iMac stock shortages continue ahead of tipped range refresh
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: New iMac Shortage Evidence points to new iMac 2010 coming soon
Stephen Schenck / Obsessable: Apple may be planning upcoming iMac refresh
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider: Brace Yourselves, New Macs Are On The Way
Sam Diaz / ZDNet:
Google launches Apps for Government, announces federal security certification — Google today announced Google Apps for Government, a new offering that has the look and feel of the Google Apps enterprise offering but now with some enhancements intended to address security concerns specific to government agencies.
Dan Nosowitz / Fast Company: Google Introduces Government-Approved Secure “Apps for Government” Suite
Christina Warren / Yahoo! News: Google Apps Adds Government Edition
Quin Street Corporation / Datamation: Google Launches Cloud Apps for Government
Kripa Krishnan / Google Public Policy Blog: Introducing Google Apps for Government
Quin Street Corporation / internetnews.com: Google Debuts First Secure Cloud Apps for Gov't
Ronny Kerr / VatorNews: Google Apps gets a government edition
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: Certification Came Quickly After One-Click Access to WikiLeaks Was Removed
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: Google Introduces Google Apps for Government
Audrey Watters / ReadWriteWeb: Google Apps for Government Addresses Cloud Security Concerns
Bertrand Vasquez / Erictric: Google Introduces Google Apps for Government
Amir Efrati / Wall Street Journal: Microsoft, Google Vie to Sell U.S. Cloud Mail
Dan Israel / Google Enterprise Blog: Google Apps for Government
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
Google Launches ‘Apps For Government’, With Servers On US Soil
Google Launches ‘Apps For Government’, With Servers On US Soil
Discussion: Digits, CNET News and Google Watch
Jeremy Caplan / Digits: Q&A: Upstart Takes on Google, Microsoft in the Cloud
Josh Lowensohn / CNET News: Google Apps gets a government version
New York Times:
BlackBerry's Era May Be Ending — Research In Motion's future looks bleak. R.I.M., which makes the popular BlackBerry devices, has had a traditional stronghold in sales to American companies. But that has been cracked open. — Apple said last week that more than 80 percent …
Discussion: The Business of Search
Andrew Goodman / The Business of Search: Will the BlackBerry Slander Never Stop?
Brad McCarty / The Next Web:
Facebook Testing “Delete Account” Option. — Updated at foot of post. — This is still developing, as we're seeing mixed reports around the Internet. However, it appears that Facebook has released a Delete Account option, in addition to the previous Deactivate Account.
Discussion: Yahoo! News, Erictric, WebProNews and Slashdot, Thanks:zee
Eric Calouro / Erictric: Facebook Includes “Delete Account” Option
Doug Caverly / WebProNews: Report: Facebook's Account Deletion Process Simplified
CmdrTaco / Slashdot: Facebook Adds Delete Account Option
Sean Hollister / Engadget:
HTC Vision headed to T-Mobile in new spy shot, dubbed G1 Blaze? — While high-end QWERTY sliders loaded with Android aren't nearly as uncommon now as when HTC's Vision first leaked onto the scene, it appears this particular handset may be destined for T-Mobile with its (alleged) 1GHz processor …
Discussion: Softpedia News, Obsessable, Phones Review, IntoMobile, MobileTechWorld, Android Phone Fans, ZDNet, SlashGear, Android Community, Electronista, Gadgetell, Crave and AndroidSPIN
Stephen Schenck / Obsessable: HTC Vision Android phone could come to T-Mobile as G1 Blaze
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: Leak: Photo: HTC Vision for T-Mobile, may be called “G1 Blaze”
Quentyn Kennemer / Android Phone Fans: T-Mobile-Branded HTC Vision Shows Up in the Wild, Being Named the G1 Blaze?
Rachel King / ZDNet: Spotted: HTC Vision with T-Mobile logo; possible new name?
Chris Davies / SlashGear: T-Mobile G1 Blaze aka HTC Vision spotted again
Chris Davies / Android Community: HTC Vision caught with T-Mobile branding; will launch as G1 Blaze?
Robert Nelson / Gadgetell: HTC Vision smartphone spotted, may be called the G1 Blaze …
Scott Webster / Crave: The gadget blog: Rumors begin to swirl around T-Mobile G1 Blaze
Ruling on DMCA could allow breaking DRM for fair use — A new court ruling on Friday could set a legal precedent that allows bypassing digital rights management (DRM) for fair use purposes. New Orleans circuit Judge Emilio Garza found that GE hadn't violated the Digital Millennium Copyright Act …
Christopher Null / Yahoo! News: Ruling may relax digital rights rules
Dawn Kawamoto / DailyFinance: Library of Congress Liberates iPhones, E-Books
Cory Doctorow / Boing Boing: Federal judge says you can break DRM if you're not doing so to infringe copyright
Vlad Bobleanta / Unwired View: Unlocking and jailbreaking are now legal in the US
Phil Goldstein / FierceWireless: U.S. regulators declare iPhone jailbreaking legal
Chris Meadows / TeleRead: Appeals court case could legalize breaking DRM for ‘fair use’
Sebastian Anthony / Download Squad: Judge rules that circumventing DRM is not illegal
Sam Biddle / Gizmodo Australia: DRM Buster FAQ: What It Means For You
Curtis Smolar / VentureBeat: How liable are you for copyrighted material on your website?
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: Copy Protection: A Good Sign (Maybe) for Consumers
Chris Crum / WebProNews: Court Ruling Raises Fair Use Questions Around DRM
Michael Klurfeld / The Next Web: New Court Ruling Could Make Breaking DRM Legal (Sometimes)
Stephen Shankland / CNET News:
Will phones and 3D Web boost new OpenGL? — Khronos Group, the industry consortium that develops OpenGL, announced a new version of the graphics interface on Monday that it hopes will compete better with Microsoft's DirectX—and that could get a boost from 3D Web technology.
Discussion: Ars Technica, AppleInsider, 9 to 5 Mac and Electronista
Daniel Eran Dilger / AppleInsider: OpenGL 4.1 specification released and ready for use by Apple
Jonny Evans / 9 to 5 Mac: OpenGL 4.1 shows itself, like DirectX 11 — but better!
Greg Bensinger / Bloomberg:
AT&T Begins Fix for Glitch That Slowed Some IPhones — AT&T Inc. said it began a fix for a glitch in software supplied by Alcatel-Lucent SA that was causing slower speeds in some areas of the U.S. for customers using Apple Inc.'s iPhone 4 and other devices.
Discussion: Reuters, PC World, 9 to 5 Mac, MacRumors, Tech-Ex, Electronista and everythingiCafe
Stephen Lawson / PC World: AT&T Now Patching Flaw That Slowed IPhone 4
Technology Expert / Tech-Ex: AT&T begins fixing slow 3G upload speed issue
Tim Barribeau / everythingiCafe: AT&T Moves On Fixing Upload Issues
Ryan Lawler / NewTeeVee:
UFC Demands Justin.tv and Ustream Give Up Pirates' IP Addresses — The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is looking to crack down on illegal live streams of its pay-per-view events, going after users that have uploaded its content to sites where viewers are able to watch those events for free.
Discussion: Digital Media Wire and Ars Technica
Mark Hefflinger / Digital Media Wire: UFC Targets Justin.tv, Ustream Over Illegal Pay-Per-View Streams
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat:
Britain's set-top box maker Pace acquires 2Wire for $420M — British set-top box firm Pace has agreed to acquire enterprise networking technology firm 2Wire for $420 million in cash. — Under the deal, Saltaire, UK-based Pace will buy 2Wire for $475 million in cash.
Ross Miller / Engadget:
Mystery HTC Windows Phone 7 device: in the wild and lacking any Sense — A candybar slate from HTC with a 3.7-inch SLCD and 1GHz Snapdragon processor — sounds about right for the Desire, but this little puppy is actually running Windows Phone 7 (presumably a developer build, given the apps catalog).
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Gavin Clarke / The Register: Windows Phone 7 misses big-business support tools
Michelle Maisto / eWeek: HTC Sense Still Planned for Windows Phone 7, Android Smartphones
Dean Wilson / Tech Eye: First HTC Windows Phone 7 info and pictures leaked
Robert Evans / I4U News: Mystery HTC Windows Phone 7 Device Spotted
Ben Patterson / Yahoo! News: Spy shots of HTC-made Windows Phone 7 handset emerge
Linsey / Fonehome.co.uk: New HTC Windows Phone leaks
Chris Davies / SlashGear: HTC Windows Phone 7 smartphone spotted on way to Verizon?
Dan Nosowitz / Fast Company: HTC Will Bring Sense UI to Windows Phone 7
Marc Flores / IntoMobile: HTC Slapping Some Sense UI Into Windows Phone 7
Robert Nelson / Gadgetell: Unknown Windows Phone 7 device spotted, its HTC & Sense free
Lance Whitney / Crave: The gadget blog: Amid reports that HTC is working hard to bring its Sense user interface …
Evan Ramstad / Wall Street Journal:
On Hold in South Korea — Apple Hears Static After Dropping Country From Next iPhone 4 Launch Markets — SEOUL—While Apple Inc.'s iPhone 4 weathers a public-relations storm over reception issues in the U.S., it is facing a different tempest in South Korea: People are upset the country …
Discussion: 9 to 5 Mac, Gizmodo, CNET News, everythingiCafe, BlogsDNA and Electronista
Brian Barrett / Gizmodo: iPhone 4 Reaching 17 More Countries This Friday
Lance Whitney / CNET News: iPhone 4 hitting 17 more countries on Friday
Tim Barribeau / everythingiCafe: iPhone 4 Heading To 17 More Countries, Not South Korea
Jordan Kahn / BlogsDNA: iPhone 4 Hitting 17 More Countries This Friday
John Ribeiro / Computerworld:
Yahoo may fund hackers with good ideas — IDG News Service - Yahoo is considering investing in hackers with good ideas and technologies, a company executive said on Saturday. — “We are open to many ways of having a stake in creative young companies,” said Jeff Kinder …