James Kendrick / jkOnTheRun:
Google Bringing Document Editing to Android, iPad — Google unveiled a new mobile login verification system today, and perhaps more importantly, said that editing of Google Docs would be coming soon to Android and the iPad. The ability to edit docs on the two mobile platforms will bring real-time collaboration to mobile users.
Christina Warren / Mashable!: Google Docs Editing Coming to iPad and Android
Quentyn Kennemer / Android Phone Fans: Mobile Editing Coming to Google Docs for Android
Eric M. Zeman / Phone Scoop: Google to Endow Android Devices with the Ability to Edit Docs
Dylan Bailey / Android Community: Editing of Google Docs Coming to Android Soon - Google Apps use growing in business
Marin Perez / IntoMobile: Boosted Google Docs coming to Apple iPad, Android
Kim Poh Liaw / SlashPhone: Google Docs Editing Coming to Android and iPad
Robert Nelson / Thoughts from the Sidelines: Google Docs Editing Coming To The iPad & Android Devices …
John Biggs / CrunchGear: Google Docs Coming to iPad
Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica:
Google Apps gains extra layer of security with two-step verification — Companies migrating their e-mail and other cloud services over to Google Apps is becoming an increasingly popular phenomenon, but there have been lingering doubts about whether making such a transition would put company security at risk.
Discussion: Computerworld, CNET News, TechCrunch, Krebs on Security, ReadWriteWeb and Inquirer
Sharon Gaudin / Computerworld: Google rolls out 2-step verification for Apps users
Elinor Mills / CNET News: Mobile codes to boost Google account security
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch: Google Is Making Your Account Vastly More Secure With Two-Step Authentication
Brian Krebs / Krebs on Security: Google Adds 2-Factor Security to Gmail, Apps
Alex Williams / ReadWriteWeb: Google Apps Adopts 2-Factor Authentication
Rob Coppinger / Inquirer: Google announces Apps security changes
Google Enterprise Blog:
A more secure cloud for millions of Google Apps users — Cloud computing is about making your information easily accessible from anywhere, on any device. Until today, organizations looking to secure their information beyond a password have faced costs and complexities that prevented …
Discussion: InformationWeek, The Register, Matt Cutts, Google Online Security Blog, The Firewall, CloudAve, Lockergnome Blog Network, PC Magazine, Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim, Mashable!, VentureBeat, Forbes, Network World, eWeek, threatpost, Black Web 2.0, GottaBeMobile, Fortune, Between the Lines Blog, Neowin.net, Go Rumors and Softpedia News
Jim Rapoza / InformationWeek: Google Doubles Down On Security
Travis McCoy / Google Online Security Blog: Moving security beyond passwords
Andy Greenberg / The Firewall: How Hackers Will Defeat Google's Smartphone Security Scheme
Krishnan Subramanian / CloudAve: Increased Security for Google Apps But They Have Another Problem at Hand
Ron Schenone / Lockergnome Blog Network: Are These For Real? Google & A Secure Cloud or Facebook With A Smartphone?
Mark Hachman / PC Magazine: Google Apps Taps Phone for Two-Layer Security
Andy Beal / Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim: New Google Apps Security...Encouraging iPhone Theft Since 2010
Stan Schroeder / Mashable!: Google Brings Two-Step Authentication to Google Apps
Paul McNamara / Network World: Google Apps ups security with two-factor authentication
Clint Boulton / eWeek: Google Apps Boosts Security with Two-Factor Authentication
Dennis Fisher / threatpost: Google Adds Two-Factor Authentication to Apps Accounts
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile: Google Adds More Security for Mobile Google Apps Users
Seth Weintraub / Fortune: Google doubles security for Apps
Tzvi Friedman / Neowin.net: Google Apps, now with two-step verification security
Anand Srinivasan / Go Rumors: New Two-Step Google Apps Authentication In Place
Dave Girouard / The Official Google Blog:
Three million businesses have gone Google: celebrating growth …
Three million businesses have gone Google: celebrating growth …
Discussion: InformationWeek, Technologizer, ReadWriteWeb, PC Magazine, Droid Life, Silicon Alley Insider, Google Watch, SlashGear, AndroidSPIN, TechStartups.com, MacRumors, EuroDroid, Insanely Great Mac, GMSV, AndroidGuys, Geek.com, I4U News, Erictric, VatorNews, GottaBeMobile, Mobility Digest, DailyTech and Tech Trader Daily
Eric Zeman / InformationWeek: Google Says Android, iPad To Get Docs Editing
Jared Newman / Technologizer: Coming Soon: Google Docs Editing on iPad, Android
Mike Melanson / ReadWriteWeb: Google to Add Mobile Docs Editing for Android, iPad
Mark Hachman / PC Magazine: Google Promises Docs Editing on Android, iPad
Nick Saint / Silicon Alley Insider: Google Apps Is Making Microsoft Poorer, Adding 1 Million Users Per Month
Alex Smith / AndroidSPIN: Mobile Editing Coming Soon To Google Docs
Boonsri / TechStartups.com: Google is making the could more secure through a new two-step verification system
Levi Sumagaysay / GMSV: Cloud-hopping from Redwood City to Paris
Matthew Humphries / Geek.com: Google is rolling out two-step verification for all accounts
Bertrand Vasquez / Erictric: Google Introduces Two-Step Verification System to Google Apps
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile: Google Teasing Google Docs Solutions for iPad and Android
Shane McGlaun / DailyTech: Google Rolls Out 2-Step Security Log-in for Docs
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac:
Apple buys Swedish face-recognition company Polar Rose? — According to Norwegian Mac Site Mac1, Apple has bought up all of the shares of a Swedish face recognition company called Polar Rose. An example of their technology can be seen above (Flashless). Google translated:
Discussion: GigaOM, VentureBeat, TUAW, Digital Daily, Fast Company, Fortune, AppScout, TiPb, BlogsDNA, Mobile-Geeks, Cult of Mac and The Next Web
Liz Gannes / GigaOM: Apple May Go Where Google Won't: Facial Recognition
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat: Apple acquires face-recognition firm Polar Rose
Dave Caolo / TUAW: Apple has bought out Polar Rose
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: iNority Report: Apple Buys Face-Recognition Co.?
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune: Apple buys some face technology
Eric Griffith / AppScout: Apple Buys More Face Recognition Tech
Rene Ritchie / TiPb: Apple buys Polar Rose face-recognition company
Jordan Kahn / BlogsDNA: Apple Acquires Face Recognition Company Polar Rose
Ed Sutherland / Cult of Mac: Apple Buys Swedish Face-Recognition Firm
Jeff Cormier / The Next Web: Apple growing facial recognition capabilities with Polar Rose acquisition.
Mike Butcher / TechCrunch Europe:
UPDATED: Apple buys Polar Rose for a rumoured $29 million — Polar Rose, a Malmö, Sweden startup which built a very interesting facial recognition programme which hooked into Facebook photos, has been bought by Apple, according to Swedish media. — The 15-person company …
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider, Gadget Lab, MacRumors, iLounge, AppleInsider, IntoMobile and SlashGear
Brian X. Chen / Gadget Lab: Rumor: Apple Purchased Face ID Firm ‘Polar Rose’
Charles Starrett / iLounge: Mix: Rovi deal, Polar Rose acquisition, Best Buy retreat, O2 data caps
Kelly Hodgkins / IntoMobile: Apple acquiring Swedish company Polar Rose, facial recognition coming to iOS?
First Picture of the BlackBerry Storm 3? — We were just sent a picture of what is supposedly the BlackBerry Storm 3. Our tipster wishes to remain anonymous but it looks legit. According to the tipster the Storm 3 will have a 3.7 inch display and 8GB of internal memory.
Kevin Schram / Thoughts from the Sidelines: BlackBerry Storm 3 Caught By Spycam [RIM's Next All-Touchscreen …
Asad Rafi / Fone Arena: Is this the Blackberry Storm 3? — Okay, here's something for Blackberry fans.
Andrew Munchbach / Boy Genius Report: BlackBerry Storm 3 image leaks?
Bertrand Vasquez / Erictric: BlackBerry Storm 3 Spotted in The Wild?
Tzvi Friedman / Neowin.net: Blackberry Storm 3 spotted, sporting a 3.7" screen
Greg Kumparak / MobileCrunch: Is this the BlackBerry Storm 3? — Love it or hate it …
Ryan Hamrick / Know Your Cell: BlackBerry Storm3 image leaked
Brian Barrett / Gizmodo: First BlackBerry Storm 3 Picture Leaked?
Chris Ziegler / Engadget: BlackBerry Storm3 caught on camera?
Michelle Ruhfass / MobileBurn.com: BlackBerry Storm 3 photo leaked online
Chris Davies / SlashGear: RIM BlackBerry Storm 3 caught in wild?
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
The iPad Newsstand Could Work, But Will Publishers Cede Subscriber Control To Apple? — This past May, a month after the iPad's launch, I wrote about my changing media consumption habits due to the device. Surprisingly, I had started reading print media again after several years away.
Discussion: MarketingVOX, Geek.com and O'Grady's PowerPage
Christian Zibreg / Geek.com: iPad to get a digital newsstand from Apple?
Chris Barylick / O'Grady's PowerPage: Rumor: Apple digital newsstand app in planning phases, talks …
Wall Street Journal:
Apple Courts Publishers on iPad Subscriptions
Apple Courts Publishers on iPad Subscriptions
Discussion: AppleInsider, Ars Technica, TeleRead, Gizmodo and Cult of Mac, more at Mediagazer »
Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica: Magazines, newspapers still in talks over iPad newsstand
Chris Meadows / TeleRead: Sports Illustrated iPad app locks in landscape mode
Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo: The Sad Economics of an iPad Magazine
Ed Sutherland / Cult of Mac: Report: iPad Subscriptions Could Appear in One Month
Eric Slivka / MacRumors:
Apple to License Unspecified Intellectual Property From Rovi — In a filing made with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission today, Rovi announced that has reached a “multi-year agreement” with Apple for access to Rovi's intellectual property. … Rovi, originally founded as Macrovision …
Discussion: AppleInsider, 9 to 5 Mac, Dow Jones Newswires, Fortune, Tech Trader Daily, Computerworld, eHomeUpgrade, Macsimum News, I4U News, MacStories and Seeking Alpha
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: DVR, Live TV, Guide coming to AppleTV via Rovi Corp?
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune: Apple licenses a TV program guide
Nick Spence / Computerworld: Rovi signs multi-year deal with Apple
Alexander Grundner / eHomeUpgrade: Apple Partners with Rovi for Something Big in the Living Room
Dennis Sellers / Macsimum News: Apple licensing intellectual property from Rovi
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: Apple licenses Rovi Technology
Federico Viticci / MacStories: Apple Enters Agreement to License Rovi's Technologies by Federico Viticci
Jay Yarow / Silicon Alley Insider:
Live TV, DVR Could Be Coming To Apple TV
Live TV, DVR Could Be Coming To Apple TV
Discussion: CNET News, MacRumors, AppleInsider and TheAppleBlog
Don Reisinger / CNET News: Analysts predict all-in-one Apple TV in 2012
Darrell Etherington / TheAppleBlog: Live TV and PVR Next on the Menu for Apple TV?
Frederico Viticci / MacStories:
VLC for iPad Available — Great news, folks! VLC for iPad has been approved by Apple and is now propagating in the App Store. New Zealand users can find the app already available here, anyone else will have to wait a few hours to see the app available for sale in iTunes.
Discussion: App Advice, MacRumors, 9 to 5 Mac, Applidium, IntoMobile, MobileCrunch, TUAW, Cult of Mac, Mobile-Geeks, GottaBeMobile and Softpedia News
Alexander Vaughn / App Advice: Apple Approves VLC For iPad - Now Available On The App Store
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: VLC for iPad hits the App Store in 3...2...1
Dusan Belic / IntoMobile: VLC for iPad is in da AppStore!
Greg Kumparak / MobileCrunch: VLC for iPad now available, iPhone version coming soon
Michael Rose / TUAW: VLC for iPad hits the store
Nicole Martinelli / Cult of Mac: Universal Video VLC Player OK'd for iPad
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile: VLC for iPad Released
Stuart Dredge / Recombu:
Plane Finder AR app lets you identify planes... in the sky! — There are moments when technology still makes our jaws drop. This is one of them. — We'll let iPhone app Plane Finder AR's App Store description speak for itself: “Point the camera at a plane and you'll see the flight number …
Discussion: Gizmodo, SlashGear and MobileWhack.com, Thanks:recombu
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Plane Finder AR tracks flights with iPhone 4
Mark Rollins / MobileWhack.com: Plane Finder AR
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Goodbye (Crummy) CAPTCHAs. Hello Ad Dollars? — Hate dealing with captchas-the squiggly, indecipherable text strings Web sites often force you to read and regurgitate for security reasons? Join the club. And pay attention to what Solve Media is trying to do.
Discussion: Both Sides of the Table, ChasNote, Download Squad, The Next Web and This is going to be BIG!, more at Mediagazer », Thanks:colinjnagy
Lee Mathews / Download Squad: Solve Media's CAPTCHA replacement might have ads, but they're still an improvement
Charlie O'Donnell / This is going to be BIG!: Solve Media: Advertising that Makes Sense
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines Blog:
IBM scoops up Netezza for $1.7 billion, broadens data analytics lineup — IBM on Monday said it will acquire data warehouse appliance company Netezza in a deal valued at $1.7 billion. — With the move, IBM picks off one of Oracle's key competitors for its Exadata line.
Discussion: Bits, PC World, Structure Blog, Datamation, TechCrunchIT, VentureBeat, internetnews.com, Mashable!, The Register, SiliconANGLE, TechEye, CNET News, paidContent and eWeek
Steve Lohr / Bits: I.B.M.'s Hybrid Strategy in Business Intelligence
Joab Jackson / PC World: IBM Expands Analytics With $1.7 Billion Netezza Buy
Quin Street Corporation / Datamation: IBM Boosts Business Intelligence with Netazza Purchase
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: IBM buys data analytics company Netezza for $1.7B
Quin Street Corporation / internetnews.com: IBM Acquires BI Specialist Netezza for $1.7B
Christina Warren / Mashable!: IBM Acquires Yet Another Analytics Firm, This Time for $1.7 Billion
Timothy Prickett Morgan / The Register: IBM ponies up $1.7bn for data warehouse maker
Kristen Nicole / SiliconANGLE: IBM Acquires Netezza for $1.7 Billion, Further Boosting Business Analytics
Dean Wilson / TechEye: IBM to buy data storage firm Netezza for $1.7 billion
Jonathan E. Skillings / CNET News: IBM to acquire Netezza for $1.7 billion
David Kaplan / paidContent: IBM Acquires Analytics Provider Netezza For $1.7 Billion
Brian Prince / eWeek: IBM to Buy Netezza for Data Warehouse Analytics
JP Mangalindan / Fortune:
What IBM sees in Netezza
What IBM sees in Netezza
Discussion: IBM, Xconomy, DBMS 2, Wall Street Journal, Venture Capital Dispatch and ITworld.com
Gregory T. Huang / Xconomy: IBM's Software Acquisition Strategy in Massachusetts (Plus Tips …
Tess Stynes / Wall Street Journal: IBM to Buy Netezza
Scott Austin / Venture Capital Dispatch: The Daily Start-Up: First 3Par. Then ArcSight. Now Netezza.
Chris Nerney / ITworld.com: IBM to buy analytics software vendor Netezza
Vlad Savov / Engadget:
Samsung Galaxy Tab feature tour reminds of just how pocketable it isn't (video) — Sony tried to convince us that its VAIO P was a pocketable computer, so we quite naturally pointed, laughed and mocked. It seems only fair, therefore, to give Samsung the same treatment when it tries to sell us …
Discussion: The Next Web, Boy Genius Report, 9 to 5 Mac, Android Community, TmoNews, Cult of Mac, Fortune, Gizmodo and Android Phone Fans
Andrew Munchbach / Boy Genius Report: Samsung Galaxy Tab promo video hits the web
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: Samsung puts up 'It's Go Time' iPad competition
Dylan Bailey / Android Community: Samsung Galaxy Tab Promotion Video hits the web
John Brownlee / Cult of Mac: Samsung Ad Is Fairly Successful At Differentiating Galaxy Tab From The iPad
Seth Weintraub / Fortune: Samsung Galaxy Tab 'It's Go Time' ad hits the airwaves
Brian Barrett / Gizmodo: Watch the Samsung Galaxy Tab In Some Hot Back-Pocket Action
Kevin Krause / Android Phone Fans: New Samsung Galaxy Tab Promo Hits YouTube
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Anatomy Of A PR Spin (AKA How To Lie Like A Pro) — How do you know when a Facebook PR person is lying? When their lips move (or they issue a statement!) ba-dum ching! — We've been taking a beating today on our story about Facebook working on a branded mobile phone.
Tim Bradshaw / blogs.ft.com: Facebook Phone has a familiar ring to it
Robert X. Cringely / Robert X. Cringely's blog: The Facebook phone, or how to kill journalism in 10 easy steps
Tony Bradley / Computerworld: Facebook Phone Rumors Raise Privacy Concerns
Doug Aamoth / Techland: The Facebook Phone Cometh?
Geoffrey A. Fowler / Digits: Facebook: Not Building A Phone, But Expect “Deeper Integrations”
Eric Greenwood / Mobility Digest: Facebook's “Secret” Phone A Secret No More
Evan Selleck / SlashGear: Facebook Might be Working on a Phone, Sources Say
Dan Fastenberg / newsfeed.time.com: Facebook Kills Phone Rumors, But Bigger Things to Come?
Daniel Ionescu / PC World: Facebook Denies Phone in the Works: Rumors Persist
Greg Sterling / Search Engine Land: Mobile Monday: Google Voice On The iPhone, The “Facebook Phone” …
Rene Ritchie / TiPb: Facebook is absolutely working on a phone (or they're nuts)
Chris Foresman / Ars Technica: Facebook denies phone rumors, but possibility still exists
John C Abell / Epicenter: Is Facebook Planning A Phone? Who Knows. Should They? No.
Dan Tynan / eSarcasm: The Facebook Phone Is Real — And We Have One!
Clint Boulton / eWeek: Facebook Denies Building Phone to Challenge Google, Apple
Eric Zeman / InformationWeek: Is Or Isn't Facebook Building A Phone?
Scott Ard / CNET News:
Facebook mulling a branded smartphone
Facebook mulling a branded smartphone
Discussion: Technologizer, ReadWriteWeb, Inside Facebook, Yahoo! News, PC World, Search Engine Watch, BetaNews, Daring Fireball, USA Today, Electronista, Adotas, 901am, Internet Evolution and IntoMobile
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: The “Facebook Phone” I Want is a Facebook iPhone
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: The Facebook Phone: Five Theories About What It Could Mean
Ben Patterson / Yahoo! News: Facebook phone rumors persist despite denials
Jared Newman / PC World: 5 Reasons to ‘Like’ a Facebook Phone
Danny Goodwin / Search Engine Watch: Rosetta Acquires Mobile Firm; Facebook Phone; Google TV SERP Ads & More Search News
Stan Schroeder / USA Today: Would you buy a Facebook phone? — TechCrunch reports …
Gavin Dunaway / Adotas: Facebook Poking Around Mobile Device
Ron Miller / Internet Evolution: Why a Facebook Phone Would Be a Disaster
Marc Flores / IntoMobile: Facebook Has Been Considering a Branded Smartphone
John Nack / John Nack on Adobe:
Flash runs faster, more efficiently than HTML5 on mobile — Web developer Chris Black benchmarked an HTML5 animation made using the Canvas tag against the same animation running in Flash. The results may surprise you: — HTML5 Canvas on iPhone 4: 22fps — HTML5 Canvas on Nexus One: 40fps
Discussion: InformationWeek, IntoMobile, Webmonkey, everythingiCafe and blackcj.com
Thomas Claburn / InformationWeek: Flash Faster Than HTML5, Sometimes
Michael Calore / Webmonkey: Video: Watch Flash Hand HTML5 a Beating on Mobiles
Tim Barribeau / everythingiCafe: Is HTML5 Better For Mobile?
Chris Black / blackcj.com: CSS3 Excels on iOS but Lacks on Android
Chris Ziegler / Engadget:
Nokia N8 delayed ‘for a few weeks to do some final amends’ — Sounds like it's not much of a delay — but be that as it may, if you were hoping to pick up your colorful N8 in the tail end of this month... well, we don't quite know how to say this, but you're going to want to make other plans.
Discussion: Fone Arena, My Nokia Blog, Crave, IntoMobile, PhoneDog.com and Electronista
Asad Rafi / Fone Arena: Nokia N8 release date delayed for a few weeks
John Wiegand-forson / My Nokia Blog: Nokia N8 delayed AGAIN !!!!!
Marin Perez / IntoMobile: Nokia N8 delayed for ‘a few weeks’
Sean Hollister / Engadget:
Fring reveals FringOut for cheap VoIP calls, challenges Skype head-on — When we first caught wind of Fring a while back, Skype compatibility was the draw, but as the years progressed and Fring grew some, the VoIP services didn't exactly get along. Today, the company's taking matters …
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb, Download Squad, Softpedia News and IntoMobile, Thanks:rawmeet
Kelly Hodgkins / IntoMobile: Fring announces new fringOut mobile VoIP service with 1-cent worldwide calling
Sarah Perez / ReadWriteWeb:
Native Apps Account for Half of Mobile Internet Traffic — Native data applications, such as those installed on smartphones like the iPhone and devices running Android, now account for 50% of all mobile data volume according to a new report from Finnish mobile analytics company Zokem.
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
Private Equity Firm Acquires Internet Brands In $640 Million Deal — Internet media company Internet Brands this morning announced that it has entered into a definitive merger agreement to be acquired by an affiliate of private equity investment firm Hellman & Friedman Capital Partners VI …
Discussion: Market Wire, Bob Brisco's Blog, VatorNews, paidContent, alarm:clock, socalTECH.com, PE Hub News, Silicon Alley Insider, GigaOM and DailyFinance
Bob Brisco / Bob Brisco's Blog: INET To Go Private* — We may have completed, in but 3 years, the roundtrip:
Faith Merino / VatorNews: Internet Brands to be acquired for $640M
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent: PE Firm Buys Internet Brands For $640 Million
Eamon Beltran / PE Hub News: Hellman & Friedman Capital Partners VI To Buy Internet Brands For $640M
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM: Idealab's Internet Brands to Go Private Again
Tom Taulli / DailyFinance: Internet Brands Goes Private, Again