Robert Andrews / mocoNews:
‘Nokia Is Back’ And Ballsy; 'We're Not Sorry We're Not Apple' — Nokia's beaten-down top dogs opened their annual Nokia (NYSE: NOK) World show in London Tuesday morning with a blunt and rousing pep talk and a direct riposte to their competitors. — “We're not going to apologise for the fact …
Discussion: IntoMobile, Jonny Evans's blog, Digital Daily, Ars Technica, Nokia, The Register, Guardian, Mobile Entertainment, SlashGear, Bloomberg, Fast Company, GigaOM, TechEye, Telegraph, MobileCrunch, BBC, Electronista, 9 to 5 Mac, Boy Genius Report, Gearlog, Inquirer, The Next Web, WebProNews, Softpedia News, Engadget and Fortune
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: Confirmed: Nokia Chairman Jorma Ollila to Step Down in 2012
Andrew Orlowski / The Register: Hands-on with the new Nokias — Two Cs and an E. Is that a pass grade?
Charles Arthur / Guardian: At Nokia World, developers ask: 'Where's MeeGo?'
Stuart Dredge / Mobile Entertainment: Nokia: 'We're not going to apologise for not being Apple, Google or Samsung...'
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Nokia E7 hands-on [Video]
Diana Ben-Aaron / Bloomberg: Nokia Says Preorders for N8 Smartphone Are Strongest Ever Seen
Kit Eaton / Fast Company: Nokia World Kickoff Shines a Light on Smartphone Future of Embattled Company
Kevin C. Tofel / GigaOM: Nokia's Opening Salvo: 4 Smartphones and Plenty of Attitude
Andrea Petrou / TechEye: Nokia launches range of Symbian smartphones
Matt Warman / Telegraph: Nokia N8 showcased at Nokia World, but Meego is absent
Simon Chester / MobileCrunch: Nokia sells 260,000 smartphones a day
Jonathan Fildes / BBC: Nokia begins smartphone fightback with new handsets
Jonny Evans / 9 to 5 Mac: Amazon, Nokia play Apple-hate own-goals
Andrew Munchbach / Boy Genius Report: Nokia updating Ovi Maps with traffic, public transportation, and check-ins
Brian Heater / Gearlog: Nokia's New Approach: Executive Apple, Google Smackdown
Rob Coppinger / Inquirer: The future is location, location, location says Nokia
Martin Bryant / The Next Web: Live from the Nokia World opening keynote
Chris Crum / WebProNews: Nokia Unveils New Family of Smartphones
Thomas Ricker / Engadget: Nokia CBD vs. Apple Retina... display fight!
JP Mangalindan / Fortune: Today in tech: News around the Web
Michael Gartenberg / SlashGear:
A Week with the Nokia N8: Can Symbian Survive? — I'm in London this week at Nokia World and it's a defining moment for Nokia. Last week Nokia announced their CEO's departure, and new CEO (and Microsoft alum) Stephen Elop. Nokia phones once defined state of the art and the S60 platform defined the modern smartphone era in 2002.
Discussion: Technologizer, broadstuff and Engadget
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: Gartenberg on the N8
Chris Ziegler / Engadget: Nokia C7 first hands-on
Vlad Savov / Engadget:
Nokia makes E7 QWERTY slider official: ‘beautiful and all business’ (update: specs) — Nokia's just unveiled its aluminum-clad E7 QWERTY slider handset. One of the new family of Symbian^3 devices, it has a 4-inch tilting touchscreen display on the front and an 8 megapixel imager capable of 720p video on the back.
Eric Savitz / Tech Trader Daily: Nokia Unveils New Phones
Matthew Miller / Smartphones and Cell Phones Blog: Nokia World 2010: Hands-on with the E7 business smartphone
Kat Hannaford / Silicon Alley Insider: Nokia Calls Its New E7 “Beautiful,” Too Bad It Runs On Symbian
Simon Chester / MobileCrunch: Nokia unveils the new Communicator: the E7
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: Nokia C6-01: Like the regular C6, but without the QWERTY keyboard …
James Holland / Electricpig.co.uk: Nokia C6 announced: CBD screen goes head to head with Retina Display
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Nokia E7: 4-inch QWERTY smartphone outed
Thom Holwerda / OSNews: Nokia Launches New Symbian^3 Smartphones
Darryl K. Taft / eWeek: Nokia Fights Back with Four New Smartphones
Bonnie Cha / Crave: The gadget blog: Nokia debuts trio of Symbian 3 phones
Mark Kurlyandchik / DailyTech: Nokia Announces E7, C6-01, and C7 Smartphones
Doug Aamoth / Techland: Nokia Launches Three New Symbian Smartphones
Chris Hall / Pocket-lint: Nokia announces smartphone fightback
Andrew Munchbach / Boy Genius Report: Nokia unveils E7 business smartphone
Kat Hannaford / Gizmodo: Nokia C6 and C7 Touchscreen Phones Have 8MP Camera and New ClearBlack Displays
Gareth Beavis / TechRadar.com: Nokia brings out the E7 - it's big
Wall Street Journal:
Nokia Chairman to Step Down in 2012 — Nokia Corp. Chairman Jorma Ollila, the executive credited with turning the Finnish company into the world's largest handset maker, plans to step down in 2012, a spokeswoman said. — Tuesday's surprise announcement, coming just days after Nokia …
Discussion: eWeek, paidContent, Crave, dailywireless.org, Gizmodo, Engadget, TechCrunch Europe, The Next Web and CNET News, Thanks:michaelkroker
Darryl K. Taft / eWeek: Nokia Chairman to Resign in 2012
David Kaplan / paidContent: Nokia Chairman Ollila Will Resign In 2012
Stephen Shankland / Crave: Nokia takes on iOS, Android with phones and apps
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: Nokia: New Generals and Ammo
Kat Hannaford / Gizmodo: Yet Another Nokia Exec Resigns (Or Will Do, in 2012)
Vlad Savov / Engadget: Nokia hires Peter Skillman, former Palm Design VP, as MeeGo user experience chief
Mike Butcher / TechCrunch Europe: Now Nokia's Chairman says he's leaving, but in 2012
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Nokia top VP stepping down
Greg Sterling / Search Engine Land:
Nielsen: Bing Passes Yahoo To Become #2 Search Engine — According to Nielsen data out this morning Microsoft's Bing has passed Yahoo to become the number two search engine in the US. Nielsen says that Google's August share is 65% (and growth is flat) but that Bing and Yahoo have now switched places:
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM: Bing Takes Number Two Spot Away From Yahoo
Nick Bilton / Bits: Bing Overtakes Yahoo as No. 2 in Search Survey
Suzanne Choney / msnbc.com: Bing now No. 2 in search, passing Yahoo, Nielsen says
Andrew Munchbach / Boy Genius Report: Nielsen: Bing overtakes Yahoo! as #2 search provider in U.S.
Alex Wilhelm / The Next Web: Bing Climbs To Number Two While Google Lays Flat
John Battelle / John Battelle's Searchblog: Nielsen: Bing Overtakes Yahoo In Search Share
Phil Goldstein / FierceWireless: Microsoft uses Verizon to boost mobile search reach
Searchengineland Com / The Huffington Post: Bing Passes Yahoo To Become Number 2 Search Engine: Nielsen
Richard Lawler / Engadget:
HDCP ‘master key’ supposedly released, unlocks HDTV copy protection permanently — Just as the MPAA is preparing to offer movies to customers at home while they're still in theaters by limiting playback to DRM-protected digital outputs only, the HDCP protocol they rely on may have been cracked wide open.
Discussion: Inquirer, Slyck, Ars Technica, Techdirt, Hardware 2.0 Blog, Boing Boing, Electronista, GeekSmack, CrunchGear, MacNN, Neowin.net and TeleRead
Lawrence Latif / Inquirer: Potential HDCP key is out in the open
Thomas Mennecke / Slyck: HDCP Copy Protection Defeated? Death Notice Arrives via Twitter
Mike Masnick / Techdirt: HDCP ‘Master Key’ Found? Another Form Of DRM Drops Dead
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0 Blog: High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) could be fatally busted
Paul Paliath / GeekSmack: HDCP Master Key leaked by Twitter user
Nicholas Deleon / CrunchGear: Was HDCP Just Cracked? — Potentially big news here with respect …
Brody McKee / Neowin.net: HDCP cracked? Tweeter posts ‘master key’
Chris Meadows / TeleRead: HDCP Blu-Ray DRM reportedly cracked wide open
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Ron Conway's Confidential Investment Guide: The Tech Megatrends — Angel investors SV Angel, led by Ron Conway invests so early in startups that he looks mostly at the team and current tech trends when making investment decisions. — Last year he was focusing on real time and location startups.
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb, Silicon Alley Insider and broadstuff
Audrey Watters / ReadWriteWeb: Ron Conway's 7 Tech Megatrends
Alyson Shontell / Silicon Alley Insider: The 7 “Megatrends” Guiding Ron Conway's Investments
Alan Patrick / broadstuff: Angels hoping Investors will rush in?
Ben Bowers / Engadget:
Google TV officially launching October 17th? — It's been no secret that Google TV is scheduled to arrive sometime this fall and we've already seen the Logitech Revue box hardware pass the FCC, but a tipster has just shared an internal Best Buy document with us disclosing …
Discussion: Fortune, Fast Company, Androidos.in, I4U News, Go Rumors and GeekSmack
Seth Weintraub / Fortune: GoogleTV release date leaked by Best Buy?
Dan Nosowitz / Fast Company: 2010 Internet-TV Election: Fringe Candidate Boxee Box Challenges Apple, Google
Gaurav Shukla / Androidos.in: Google TV official launch date - Oct 17?
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: Google TV Launch rumored for October 17th
Anand Srinivasan / Go Rumors: Google TV On Best Buy - Launch On October 17?
William Holt / GeekSmack: Google TV coming October 17th?
Taylor Wimberly / Android and Me:
V CAST App Store to compete with official Android Market? — Verizon Wireless loves apps. In fact, Verizon loves them sooo much that they decided to create their own official app store, named V CAST Apps. Many users with Android phones on Verizon might already notice a V CAST Apps tab under …
Seth Weintraub / Fortune: With partners like Verizon, who needs adversaries?
Jay Yarow / Silicon Alley Insider: Verizon To Undercut Google Again, Put V-Cast App Store On Android Phones
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines Blog: Verizon Wireless plots its own V Cast Android market: The move should be welcomed
Robert Nelson / Thoughts from the Sidelines: Verizon Wireless Announce V CAST Apps Market For Android …
Brad McCarty / The Next Web: Verizon molests Android; ruins its chances at iPhone
MG Siegler / TechCrunch: Verizon Is About To Kick Google In The Apps With Its Own Apple-Like App Store
Kelly Hodgkins / IntoMobile: Verizon V CAST App store coming to Android
Jolie O'Dell / Mashable!: Verizon Rolls Out Its Own Android App Store
Beth Callaghan / Voices on All Things Digital: Verizon Gets Its Own Android App Store
James Kendrick / jkOnTheRun: Verizon's Android App Store is Late, Not New
Microsoft Unveils New LifeCam With Stunning 1080p HD Sensor: Closest Thing to Being There in Person — LifeCam Studio is the perfect HD video calling companion for Windows Live Messenger 2011. — Microsoft Corp. today sets a new standard in webcams with LifeCam Studio, featuring sharp high-definition …
Discussion: Gadget Lab, SlashGear, Softpedia News, The Microsoft Blog, Electronista, LiveSide.net and Bink.nu
Charlie Sorrel / Gadget Lab: 1080p Webcam, Perfect for Giant Computer Screens
Shane McGlaun / SlashGear: Microsoft LifeCam Studio HD webcam launches
Nick Eaton / The Microsoft Blog: Microsoft announces 1080p HD webcam
Sumeeth Evans / Bink.nu: Microsoft Unveils New LifeCam With Stunning 1080p HD Sensor
Darren Murph / Engadget:
Exclusive: Galaxy Tab, red / white BlackBerry Torch and Samsung Focus hitting AT&T in Q4 — Mmm, delicious. That's the feeling we're left with after being inundated with yet another round of AT&T leaks, this time giving us insight at a few flagship devices on tap for the carrier's holiday push.
Discussion: IntoMobile, Appolicious Advisor, Gadgetell, DailyTech, Androidos.in, Newlaunches.com, Fone Arena, Softpedia News, Boy Genius Report, MobileCrunch, Erictric, SlashPhone, WMExperts, AndroidGuys, Android Community, WMPoweruser.com, SlashGear, Electronista, Phones Review, Android Phone Fans, CrackBerry.com blogs, Gizmodo, Gizmodo Australia and displayblog
Kelly Hodgkins / IntoMobile: AT&T's upcoming Windows Phone 7, Android, and BlackBerry devices leaked
Gaurav Shukla / Androidos.in: Samsung Galaxy Tab leaks with AT&T logo
Andrew Munchbach / Boy Genius Report: AT&T's holiday lineup leaked, Galaxy Tab, WP7, Torch and more
Dave Freeman / MobileCrunch: Confirmed: Galaxy Tab, Blackberry Torch, And Samsung Focus Coming To AT&T
Bertrand Vasquez / Erictric: Samsung Galaxy Tab Along With Red and White BlackBerry Torch for AT&T Get Leaked
Stephen Tenerowicz / AndroidGuys: Image of AT&T-Branded Samsung Galaxy Tab Leaks Out
Dylan Bailey / Android Community: Galaxy Tab and 3 New Android Devices part of the AT&T holiday lineup
Evan Selleck / SlashGear: Samsung Galaxy Tab with AT&T Branding Breaks Cover
Quentyn Kennemer / Android Phone Fans: Samsung Galaxy Tab for AT&T Gets Spotted, Three Other Phones to AT&T Before December
Kyle VanHemert / Gizmodo: Samsung Galaxy Tab, Red and White BlackBerry Torches Coming to AT&T This Year
Esther Shein / InformationWeek:
Microsoft Launches Massive Wireless Hotspot — The “White-Fi” network on the company's Redmond, Wash. campus runs over white space spectrum left over from the conversion of TV signals from analog to digital. — Microsoft workers both in buildings and aboard a shuttle bus are testing …
Discussion: The Politico, DSLreports, BetaNews, CNET News, The Register, FierceWireless and Bloomberg
Kim Hart / The Politico: FCC's ‘White Spaces’ plan has critics
Karl Bode / DSLreports: White Space Hype Machine Fires Up …
Marguerite Reardon / CNET News: Tech companies poised for white-space spectrum
Bill Ray / The Register: Microsoft strolls into white space
Phil Goldstein / FierceWireless: FCC promotes potential of white space spectrum
Tom Abate / San Francisco Chronicle:
Instead of IPOs, startups look to be acquired — The market for initial public offerings remains badly broken in the aftermath of the financial panic of 2008, but its malaise began even earlier. — “The ecosystem that allowed young companies to go public has been destroyed,” …
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider
Alyson Shontell / Silicon Alley Insider: Hey Startups, It's No Longer Cool To IPO
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
Evan Williams Coughed Up $7,500 For Twitter.com Back In The Day — Mid-2006, when Twitter was born, the domain name Twitter.com changed hands for $7,500, chief executive and co-founder Evan Williams tweeted yesterday night. — Roughly four years, 145 million users and 300,000 third-party applications later …
Discussion: Domain Name Wire and Macworld
Andrew Allemann / Domain Name Wire: Twitter Bought Twitter.com for $7,500 in 2006
Matt Hamblen / Macworld: Smartphones, other mobile devices boost social networks
Jon Stokes / Ars Technica:
Intel's walled garden plan to put A/V vendors out of business — SAN FRANCISCO — In describing the motivation behind Intel's recent purchase of McAfee for a packed-out audience at the Intel Developer Forum, Intel's Paul Otellini framed it as an effort to move the way the company approaches security …
Discussion: Inquirer, Softpedia News, CNET News, Velocity, TechEye, Gizmodo, internetnews.com and dailywireless.org
Iain Thomson / Inquirer: Intel won't make more big acquisitions
Brooke Crothers / CNET News: Intel discloses new Sandy Bridge technical details
Brian Caulfield / Velocity: Intel Versus Everybody
Mike Magee / TechEye: Intel's Sandy Ridge will set off graphics earthquakes
Brian Barrett / Gizmodo: Intel's Sandy Bridge Processors Coming Early Next Year
Quin Street Corporation / internetnews.com: Intel Shows Off ‘Sandy Bridge’ Processors
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: Intel Developer Forum 2010
Christopher Mims / Technology Review:
Why Isn't the Price of Broadband Obeying Moore's Law? — The quality and cost of broadband Internet access haven't budged in years. — The U.S. government doesn't keep an index of broadband internet prices by which to evaluate the success of its broadband promotion policies …
Discussion: DSLreports and blogs.chron.com
Vlad Savov / Engadget:
Samsung's i8700 Windows Phone 7 handset goes through the video leak ritual — It's well known around these parts that if you aspire to be a highly desirable smartphone, you have to leak out in three clearly delineated stages: pictures, video, and specs. We've seen the i8700 a couple …
Discussion: MobileCrunch, MobileTechWorld and Phones Review
Simon Chester / MobileCrunch: Video: Windows Phone 7 and the Samsung i8700
Elizabeth Woyke / Mobilized:
Inventor Claims Google Violating Patent With Android Location Based Services — A range of mapping tools has helped Google's mobile operating system, Android, gain a reputation for hosting smart, useful location based services. The Web giant may have to take a step back, however …
Richard MacManus / ReadWriteWeb:
Techmeme Turns 5: Interview With Founder Gabe Rivera — This week, leading tech news aggregator Techmeme turned 5 years old. The service launched in September 2005, under the name tech.memeorandum, and ReadWriteWeb was one of the first media publications to review it. — In 2005, tech.memeorandum mostly tracked blogs.
Jason Ankeny / FierceDeveloper:
Study: Absence of over-the-air updates slows iOS device upgrades — Almost twice as many Motorola Droid users have upgraded to Android 2.2 than iPhone 3GS users who've evolved to Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS 4.0, according to new data issued by mobile app analytics firm Localytics.
Discussion: Localytics, TechCrunch, MobileContentToday and FierceMobileContent
Meredith Vieira / Localytics: Why are Apple iPhone Users Slow to Upgrade?
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch: Localytics: More Than 20 Percent Of iPhone 3GS Owners Still Have To Upgrade To iOS 4
Todd Ogasawara / MobileContentToday: Moto Droid/iPhone 3GS Firmware Upgrade Stats Indicates that Cable …
Lindsay Powers / Hollywood Reporter:
AOL: Jonas Bros. can ‘help redesign Internet’ — CEO calls them ‘most creative people on the planet’ — Looks like the Jonas Brothers could have a new gig. — In an interview with Front Row Daily, AOL CEO and Chairman Tim Armstrong says his company wants to change the way both AOL properties …
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider, the Econsultancy blog and Daily Front Row, more at Mediagazer »
Henry Blodget / Silicon Alley Insider: AOL's Strategy Gets Even Weirder: Now CEO Tim Armstrong Wants …
Patricio Robles / the Econsultancy blog: AOL's latest bad idea: let the Jonas Bros redesign the internet
Ryan Singel / Epicenter:
Most Clicked Mobile Ads Aren't On Android or iPhone — Android, Blackberry, Windows Mobile and the iPhone's iOS may be the lead operating systems battling it out for smartphone supremacy, but when it comes to getting users around the world to click on ads, good-old flip-phones and Nokia's Symbian OS-powered phones beat them hands down.
Anthony Ha / VentureBeat:
DEMO's next wave of innovation: Here's the launch list — DEMO Fall 2010, the technology launchpad conference coproduced by VentureBeat and IDG, is kicking off tomorrow (actually, the parties started tonight), and we've got a lineup of big-name speakers from the tech world …
Sam Oliver / AppleInsider:
Apple offers personalized support with Express Lane website — Apple has added a new feature to the support section of its website dubbed “Express Lane,” making it easy for customers to select a product, detail any issue they may have, and get in contact with an Apple representative.
Discussion: MacRumors, Softpedia News and 9 to 5 Mac
New York Times:
After Negotiations, Israel Emerges on Twitter — MADRID — Israel has acquired the user name @israel on Twitter, the microblogging Internet service, from the Spanish owner of a pornographic Web site, in an unusual transaction intended to help Israel exercise more influence over its image.
Athima Chansanchai / msnbc.com: State of Israel buys ‘@Israel’ from Miami porn site owner
Lauren Indvik / Mashable!: Top 3 Stories in Social Media and Mobile This Morning
Jeff Neumann / Gawker: Israel Buys @Israel Twitter Account From Miami Porn Site Owner
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Saying “RSS Is Dead” Is Dead, Saying “RSS Is Not Dead” Is Not — Today. — Of all the tech echo-chamber arguments, one of my favorites has to be the “RSS is dead” one. Sure, perhaps I'm a bit partial because Steve Gillmor set the discussion in motion in May of 2009 for TechCrunchIT.
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: The Rise and Fall and Rise and Fall and Rise and Fall of RSS
C.K. Sample III / Sample the Web: Someone neglected to tell Google that graphs like this sans numbers are meaningless
Mihai Parparita / Official Google Reader Blog: A welcome and a look back — The Reader team was saddened …
Chris Crum / WebProNews: Bloglines Dead, But Google Reader Still Growing
Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Land: SearchCap: The Day In Search, September 13, 2010
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM: No, RSS Is Not Dead, and Neither Are RSS Readers
Jonathan Bailey / PlagiarismToday: The Changing Face of RSS - What the Death of Bloglines Means for the Future of RSS
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent: Google Says Google Reader Is Doing Just Fine
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer: Reboot RSS readers? Sorry, that train has left the station
Juan Carlos Perez / Computerworld:
Google: Concerns over Instant unwarranted — IDG News Service - Google shook the search market last week with the launch of Instant, a new feature that lets the company's search engine refresh results on the fly as people type their queries. — Eager to speed up how people craft queries …
Discussion: Beyond Search and Neowin.net
Stephen E. Arnold / Beyond Search: More Reassurances about Google Instant
Tzvi Friedman / Neowin.net: Google responds to Instant Search criticism
Ernesto / TorrentFreak:
Burn Any Web-Hosted File into a Torrent With Burnbit — Burnbit is a new service that allows users to generate a torrent for any file hosted online. It is especially useful for those who want to share large files with multiple people, at great speeds and without consuming too much bandwidth.
Discussion: Download Squad
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider:
Here's Why Twitter Apps Are Such Lousy Investments — The thousands of third-party apps built on Twitter's back have made Twitter a much more useful service, and have helped make Twitter worth more money. — But Twitter apps themselves are generally lousy investments, as we are seeing once again.
Discussion: VatorNews, MediaPost and VentureBeat
Katie Gatto / VatorNews: AOL in talks to buy Thing Labs?
Gavin O'Malley / MediaPost: Report: AOL Buying App Maker Thing Labs