MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Android Chief Andy Rubin Sends His First Tweet — And It's Aimed At Steve Jobs — Well would you look at that. Earlier today, Apple CEO Steve Jobs went on a bit of a tirade against Google and Android in particular. And you know that couldn't have made Android chief Andy Rubin too happy.
Discussion: L.A. Times Tech Blog, Bits, VentureBeat, What's News US, Velocity, Computerworld, Engadget, Pocket-lint, MacRumors, Silicon Alley Insider, SlashGear, iPhone Hacks, TUAW, SiliconANGLE, Between the Lines Blog, AppleInsider, IntoMobile, Android Phone Fans, Daring Fireball, Fortune, Gearlog, Startup Meme, CNET News, 9 to 5 Mac, pocketnow.com, Gizmodo, MacStories, Erictric, Droid Life, Androinica, Electricpig.co.uk, TiPb and GMSV
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: Google's Andy Rubin, TweetDeck CEO respond to Steve Jobs' Android slam
Amir Efrati / What's News US: Google Exec Tweets to Tell Jobs What ‘Open’ Is
Brian Caulfield / Velocity: Android Creator Smacks Steve Jobs With The Geek Stick
Thomas Ricker / Engadget: Andy Rubin responds to Steve Jobs with a coded tweet
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: Google hits back at Jobs over Android comments
Henry Blodget / Silicon Alley Insider: Google's Andy Rubin Fires Back At Steve Jobs After Steve's Amazing Anti-Android Rant
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Andy Rubin tweets “definition of open” as Jobs retort
Victor Agreda, Jr / TUAW: Does open matter?
Kit Dotson / SiliconANGLE: All a Twitter: Android Chief Jabs at Steve Jobs, TweetDeck Joins the Fray
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines Blog: Apple's Jobs pans Android: Integrated will trump modular models?
Marin Perez / IntoMobile: Google, Android devs respond to Apple criticism
Quentyn Kennemer / Android Phone Fans: Andy Rubin Responds to Jobs in Geek Speak
Seth Weintraub / Fortune: Android Chief Andy Rubin tweets back at Steve Jobs ‘openness’ claims
Brian Heater / Gearlog: TweetDeck CEO Hits Back on Steve Jobs Android Comments
Sardar Mohkim Khan / Startup Meme: Andy Rubin The Android Chief Gives Steve Jobs A Slashing Taste Of His Own Medicine
Stephen Shankland / CNET News: A misguided rebuttal to Steve Jobs' Android attack
Jonny Evans / 9 to 5 Mac: Google's response to Steve Jobs Android smack-down
Federico Viticci / MacStories: Android Chief First Tweet Sums Up Google's Problems
Bertrand Vasquez / Erictric: Google Chief Android Architect Andy Rubin Responds to Steve Jobs …
Andrew Kameka / Androinica: Steve Jobs questions Google's openness, Andy Rubin counters in comical tweet
Susan Steade / GMSV: Steve Jobs speaks openly (whatever that means)
Jay Yarow / Silicon Alley Insider:
TweetDeck Founder To Steve Jobs: Developing For Fragmented Android Isn't Bad — On Apple's earnings call, CEO Steve Jobs used popular Twitter client TweetDeck to make a point about Android's fragmentation. — “Twitter client, Twitter Deck [sic], recently launched their app for Android.
Discussion: Computerworld, Between the Lines Blog, CNET News, AndroidGuys, Engadget, 901am, Appolicious Advisor, TiPb, SlashGear, MediaMemo, Geek.com, winandmac.com, Black Web 2.0 and Electronista
JR Raphael / Computerworld: Dear Steve Jobs: You're wrong. Again.
Caroline McCarthy / CNET News: TweetDeck CEO: You're wrong, Steve Jobs
Scott Webster / AndroidGuys: TweetDeck Responds to Steve Jobs, Developing for Android not a Nightmare
Vlad Savov / Engadget: TweetDeck CEO continues backlash against Jobs
Phil Hornshaw / Appolicious Advisor: Steve Jobs picks on Google's open Android strategy
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Android no nightmare says TweetDeck CEO to Steve Jobs
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo: QOTD: Dear Mr. Jobs - Please Get Off My Side
Sal Cangeloso / Geek.com: Android ecosystem seen through the lens of Tweetdeck
Nicholas Carlson / Silicon Alley Insider:
Steve Jobs's Epic 5-Minute Anti-Google Rant
Steve Jobs's Epic 5-Minute Anti-Google Rant
Discussion: PC Magazine, Apple, Guardian, PC World, Fast Company, Bits, Search Engine Land, TechCrunch, Engadget, Gizmodo, The Huffington Post, Dow Jones Newswires, Telegraph, IBD Click and The Next Web
Chloe Albanesius / PC Magazine: Google's Rubin Hits Back at Apple's Jobs Via Twitter
Charles Arthur / Guardian: Steve Jobs: rival tablets will be ‘dead on arrival’
Daniel Ionescu / PC World: Steve Jobs Unloads on iPad Competitors
David Zax / Fast Company: Steve Jobs's Android Obsession Analyzed
Miguel Helft / Bits: Jobs Says Apple's Approach Is Better Than Google's
Greg Sterling / Search Engine Land: Apple, Google And Steve Jobs' Earnings Call Trash Talk
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch: When Steve Jobs Rants, Visualizations Of His Words Materialize
Matt Buchanan / Gizmodo: There Will Never Be a 7-Inch iPad
Claudine Beaumont / Telegraph: Google Android isn't really that open, says Steve Jobs
Patrick Seitz / IBD Click: Apple CEO Steve Jobs Zings Rivals RIM, Google
Jason Snell / Macworld:
Jobs speaks! The complete transcript
Jobs speaks! The complete transcript
Doug Aamoth / Techland: Steve Jobs Disses BlackBerry, Google, and 7-inch Tablets
Jason D. O'Grady / The Apple Core Blog: Apple Q4 2010: record revenue, earnings and a Jobs rant on Google
Dan Frommer / Silicon Alley Insider: One Thing's For Certain: There Won't Be A 7-Inch iPad Any Time Soon
Howard Wolinsky / Appolicious Advisor: The Steve Jobs empire strikes back against Android
Charles Jade / TheAppleBlog: Apple Conference Call: Steve Jobs Goes Wild
Jordan Cressman / I4U News: Vicious Steve Jobs Rips Into Google
Charlie Sorrel / Gadget Lab: Apple Sells 250,000 Apple TVs in Three Weeks
Matt Drance / Apple Outsider: The Definition of “Echo Chamber”
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Jobs: 7-inch Tablets DOA; Android is fragmented, not open
Microsoft Announces Office 365 — New cloud service brings together Office, SharePoint, Exchange and Lync for organizations of all sizes. — Microsoft Corp. today announced Microsoft Office 365, the company's next generation in cloud productivity that brings together Microsoft Office …
Mary Jo Foley / ZDNet: Ten more tidbits on Microsoft's new Office 365 cloud play
Tony Bradley / PC World: Microsoft Embraces Cloud Productivity with Office 365
Klint Finley / ReadWriteEnterprise: Will Office 365 be Worth the Cost?
Zack Whittaker / iGeneration Blog: Live@edu rebranded: Introducing Office 365 for Education
Sharon Pian Chan / Seattle Times: Microsoft puts Office in the cloud, calling it Office 365
Matt Rosoff / Silicon Alley Insider: Office Finally Comes to the Cloud
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft Blog: Microsoft christens its cloud business suite as ‘Office 365’; launches beta
Terrence O'Brien / Switched: Microsoft Unveils Office 365 Cloud Platform For Business
Daniel Robinson / V3.co.uk: Microsoft delivers productivity from the cloud with Office 365
Tzvi Friedman / Neowin.net: Microsoft announces Office 365
Ina Fried / CNET News:
Microsoft to offer hosted version of Office — SAN FRANCISCO—Aiming to bolster its hosted software for businesses, Microsoft announced on Tuesday it is adding the Office Web Apps to its collection of hosted software for business. As expected, the company also rebranded the product.
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: Microsoft Office 365: One-Stop Shopping for Desktop and Web Productivity
Emil Protalinski / Ars Technica: Microsoft repackages its productivity services as Office 365
Brad McCarty / The Next Web: Microsoft fires back at Google. …
Juan Carlos Perez / Computerworld: Microsoft launches Office 365, makes cloud move
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch: Microsoft Rolls Up Cloud Services Into Office 365, Takes Aim At Google Apps
Matthew Lynley / VentureBeat: Microsoft brings its Office applications online with Office 365
Nick Eaton / The Microsoft Blog: Microsoft repackages its online productivity services with new brand: Office 365
Mike Isaac / Velocity: Microsoft Announces Cloud-based Office 365
Andrea Petrou / TechEye: Microsoft pins hope on the cloud with Office 365
Bertrand Vasquez / Erictric: Microsoft Introduces Office 365
Christopher Burgess / Cisco Blog: When Your Employee Doesn't Want to Come to the Office
Roger Cheng / Wall Street Journal:
Verizon Wireless to Offer $15 Data Plan — Verizon Wireless plans to introduce a less expensive, but restricted, data plan for smartphone customers next week, according to a person familiar with the matter, in a move that follows AT&T Inc.'s own capped offerings.
Discussion: Between the Lines Blog, The Next Web and SiliconANGLE
Sam Diaz / Between the Lines Blog: WSJ: Verizon to offer cheaper, limited data plan; not killing unlimited plan
Kit Dotson / SiliconANGLE: Verizon Entering Tiered Data Plan Market with $15 Capped Data Subscription
Chris Ziegler / Engadget:
Verizon's tiered data plans hitting October 28, smartphones still getting unlimited option? — We'd told you back in July that Verizon would migrate away from unlimited data and toward a tiered model very quickly; turns out it wasn't quite as quickly as we'd thought, but as Ivan Seidenberg said last month, it's still going down.
Discussion: Bits, GigaOM, msnbc.com, Androinica, IntoMobile, FierceWireless, PC World and Know Your Cell
Jenna Wortham / Bits: Are AT&T and Verizon About to Square Off Over Pricing?
Kevin C. Tofel / GigaOM: 4 Ways Carriers Are Fighting Wireless Data Demand
Athima Chansanchai / msnbc.com: Verizon to roll out another limited data plan option
Chris Smith / Androinica: Verizon's tiered plans aren't as scary as we thought …
Phil Goldstein / FierceWireless: Rumor Mill: Verizon introducing more tiered 3G data plans
Jay Sullivan / The Mozilla Blog:
Prototype of an Open Web App Ecosystem — The open Web is a great platform for rich applications. It would be even better if it had additional capabilities to ease discovery, acquisition, installation and use of apps, while also enabling monetization for developers.
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb, TechCrunch and techno.blog
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: Mozilla Challenges Apple & Google With a New Decentralized App Store Platform
Derek Kessler / PreCentral.net:
HP introduces feature-packed webOS 2.0 — webOS is moving up to version 2.0 and bringing along with it a whole host of new features sure to please even the most jaded of webOS users. There's the stuff that we've already covered: card-grouping Stacks, enhanced and more capable Just Type …
Discussion: Boy Genius Report, Yahoo! News, Engadget, CrunchGear, BetaNews, HP, The Official Palm Blog, VentureBeat, ReadWriteWeb, Download Squad, Newlaunches.com, The Toybox Blog, Gizmodo, 9 to 5 Mac, msnbc.com, IntoMobile, ZDNet, PalmAddicts, TiPb, Techland, FierceWireless, Electronista, jkOnTheRun, GottaBeMobile, Geek.com and Softpedia News
Zach Epstein / Boy Genius Report: HP announces Palm Pre 2, webOS 2.0
Ben Patterson / Yahoo! News: Palm Pre 2 now official, headed to Verizon in ‘coming months’
Darren Murph / Engadget: Palm gets official with webOS 2. and Pre 2: hitting France …
Tim Conneally / BetaNews: Palm is alive and well: HP unveils webOS 2.0, Palm Pre 2
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: HP announces WebOS 2.0, Palm Pre 2
Sarah Perez / ReadWriteWeb: HP Reveals webOS 2.0, Arriving Friday on Palm Pre 2
Lee Mathews / Download Squad: HP talks webOS 2.0: better browser, Flash support baked in, Skype on the way
Jonny Evans / 9 to 5 Mac: HP enters smartphone fray, launches webOS 2.0...
Suzanne Choney / msnbc.com: New Palm Pre 2 goes for second chance
Kelly Hodgkins / IntoMobile: Palm Pre 2 appears briefly at SFR, 99€ with contract …
Larry Dignan / ZDNet: HP's Palm plan forms: Palm Pre 2, webOS 2.0 to debut
Sammual James McLoughlin / PalmAddicts: HP Introduces webOS 2., the Next Generation of Mobile Innovation …
Rene Ritchie / TiPb: HP/Palm announces Pre 2, webOS 2.0 [the competition]
Phil Goldstein / FierceWireless: HP unveils webOS 2.0, Palm Pre 2 bound for Verizon
James Kendrick / jkOnTheRun: HP Makes webOS 2.0 Official; Launches Pre 2
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile: HP Unveils WebOS 2.0 with Palm Pre 2.0
Sal Cangeloso / Geek.com: HP announces the Palm Pre 2 and HP webOS 2.0
Ethan Bauley / Data Central:
HP Introduces webOS 2.0 and Palm Pre 2 - Helpful links and resources
HP Introduces webOS 2.0 and Palm Pre 2 - Helpful links and resources
Discussion: Tech Trader Daily, Faster Forward, TechSpot, RCR Wireless News and PreCentral.net, Thanks:hpnews
Tiernan Ray / Tech Trader Daily: Hewlett-Packard Updates Palm Operating System
Rob Pegoraro / Faster Forward: HP plays its Palm cards: WebOS 2.0, Pre 2
Emil Protalinski / TechSpot: HP officially announces WebOS 2.0, coming to Palm Pre 2
Monica Chen / DigiTimes:
Engineer samples of Android 3.0-loaded tablet PCs to be ready in December — Google has recently notified its partners that the Android 3.0 operating system (OS) will soon be completed with the related tablet PC engineer samples set to show up in December, according to sources from notebook players.
Discussion: Boy Genius Report, Electronista, Droid Life, Androinica, Liliputing, PhoneDog.com, I4U News, AndroidGuys, Android Community, SlashGear, Computerworld, IntoMobile and GottaBeMobile
Zach Epstein / Boy Genius Report: Android 3.0 tablet samples ready by December; Android 4.0 in 2H 2011
Andrew Kameka / Androinica: Rumor Overload: DigiTimes says to expect tablets & more Android treats in 2011
Robert Evans / I4U News: Sample Android 3.0 Tablets, Ready in December
Scott Webster / AndroidGuys: DigiTimes: Android 3.0 Tablet Samples Ready by December
Preston Gralla / Computerworld: Three reasons Steve Jobs is wrong about Android
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: Engineering samples of Android 3. powered tablets to be ready …
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile: Android 3.0 Ready for Engineers to Test on Tablets in December
Biz Stone / The Atlantic Online:
Exclusive: Biz Stone on Twitter and Activism — The New Yorker recently published a thoughtfully written article by Malcolm Gladwell titled, “Small Change: Why The Revolution Will Not Be Tweeted.” Citing research done by Stanford sociologist Doug McAdam, Mr. Gladwell compares …
Discussion: TechCrunch and Technology & …, Thanks:jaredbkeller
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch: The Revolution May Or May Not Be Tweeted
Post by Venkat / Technology & Marketing Law Blog: Probation Limitations on Internet and Facebook Use Violate …
Horace Dediu / asymco:
60 percent of Apple's sales are from products that did not exist three years ago — This chart speaks for itself. Note the bottom two bands and the proportion of the total that they make up. — Also note the seasonality with the holiday spikes. This last quarter is not a holiday quarter.
Discussion: SlashGear, Fortune and MacStories
Ben Bajarin / SlashGear: Apple's Innovative Revenue Strategy
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune: Chart: Apple's new revenue streams
Federico Viticci / MacStories: 60 Percent Of Apple's Sales Come From New Products
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat:
Intel investing up to $8B in new U.S. factories, creating thousands of jobs — Intel said it wil invest $6 billion to $8 billion on its new chip factories in a move that will create thousands of construction and engineering jobs. — The world's biggest chip maker said it will create 6,000 …
Discussion: GigaOM, IBD Click, Between the Lines Blog, The Seattle Times, News Stories, TechEye, CNET News, Tech Trader Daily, Velocity, BaltTech and DailyFinance
Stacey Higginbotham / GigaOM: Intel's Multi-Billion-Dollar Cost of Doing Business
James DeTar / IBD Click: Intel Reveals U.S. Factory Spend Details
Sam Diaz / Between the Lines Blog: Intel investing billions in U.S. manufacturing, creating thousands of jobs
Brier Dudley / The Seattle Times: Intel to spend billions on NW factories and jobs
Patrick Darling / News Stories: Intel Announces Multi-Billion-Dollar Investment in Next-Generation …
Dean Wilson / TechEye: Intel announces $8 billion investment in next-gen US fabs
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Intel to spend billions on new fab, plant upgrades
Brian Caulfield / Velocity: Intel To Spend Between $6B And $8B On U.S. Factories [Updated]
Gus Sentementes / BaltTech: Intel investing up to $8 billion in U.S. chip plants
Tricia Duryee / mocoNews:
Symbian Foundation's Head Lee Williams Resigns After Two Years On The Job — The Symbian Foundation confirmed that Lee M. Williams has stepped down from his position as Executive Director for personal reasons. The Board of Directors appointed Tim Holbrow, formerly the Symbian Foundation's CFO …
Discussion: The Register, Mobile Industry Review, Engadget, Mobilized, CNET News and Electronista
Gavin Clarke / The Register: Symbian chief withdraws from iPhone and Android fight
Chris Ziegler / Engadget: Symbian boss steps down effective immediately
Elizabeth Woyke / Mobilized: Symbian Head Steps Down
David Meyer / CNET News: Symbian Foundation chief steps down
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
A Newspaper Paywall Goes Up - And So Do Visitor Numbers — The New York Times is getting ready to roll out a “metered model” paywall in January, and plenty of people fret that the paper will see its audience disappear when the (porous) gates go up. Here's a counter-argument: The Telegram & Gazette.
Discussion: Silicon Alley Insider, more at Mediagazer »
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft Blog:
Microsoft delivers Windows Embedded Automotive 7 — Another day, another Microsoft product with “7″ in its name launches. — On October 19, Microsoft unveiled Windows Embedded Automotive 7, the latest version of its Embedded Automotive platform. — Windows Embedded Automotive 7 …
Discussion: The Microsoft Blog, Microsoft, MobileTechWorld, CNET News, Engadget and Softpedia News
Nick Eaton / The Microsoft Blog: Windows Embedded Automotive 7 refreshes Microsoft's in-car infotainment
Ina Fried / CNET News: Microsoft updates its Windows for cars
Tim Stevens / Engadget: Windows Embedded Automotive hits version 7, powers Nissan Leaf, takes MyFord global
Alex Chitu / Google Operating System:
Chrome Web Store to Be Launched Soon? — Google Chrome's extension gallery started to display the price for each extension, which suggests that Chrome Web Store is going to be launched soon. All the extensions uploaded to the gallery can be installed for free, but web apps won't necessarily be free.
Discussion: Google Chrome Blog and Download Squad
Lauren Goode / Digits:
App Watch: Checking In at the Ballgame — Sports leagues are betting big on the potential growth of location-based applications, services that allow users to “check in” from their smartphones and tell people where they are. — The National Basketball Association's digital arm, NBA Digital …
Discussion: VentureBeat and Mobile Entertainment
Cody Barbierri / VentureBeat: NBA to launch Turnstile check-in app for games
Stuart Dredge / Mobile Entertainment: NBA to launch check-in app for basketball fans
Ed Bott / Ed Bott's Microsoft Report Blog:
Does Microsoft really need a chief software architect? — Ray Ozzie announced yesterday that he plans to step down as Microsoft's Chief Software Architect, after five years at the company. — The question for Microsoft now is not “Can Ozzie can be replaced?”
Discussion: Computerworld, The Register, Mini-Microsoft, BetaNews, Salon, Network World and Bink.nu
Shane O'Neill / Computerworld: Is Ozzie's Exit Good or Bad for Microsoft in Cloud Race?
Tim Anderson / The Register: Was Ozzie's head in the clouds as rivals stole his role?
Joe Wilcox / BetaNews: It's a shame about Ray Ozzie
Dan Gillmor / Salon: Ray Ozzie leaves Microsoft
Paul McNamara / Network World: Ray Ozzie leaving Microsoft: He'll always have Notes
Steven Bink / Bink.nu: Ray Ozzie leaving Microsoft
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Loopt Feeling Right At Home With Facebook Places, Adds Deep Integration — When Facebook launched Places, their entry into the location space, the headlines made it seem as if every startup player in the field was about to go extinct. Obviously, that didn't happen.
Discussion: blog.loopt.com, CNET News, VentureBeat, IntoMobile and Mashable!
Josh Lowensohn / CNET News: Loopt update puts Facebook friends on the map
Cody Barbierri / VentureBeat: Loopt brings users closer to Facebook friends
Christina Warren / Mashable!: Loopt Adds Facebook Places Integration
Peter O'Dowd / NPR:
The Business Of Burying Internet Search Results … The Internet can be a hostile place, with powerful companies paying handsome sums to hide negative content in Google search results or any quest for information that might hurt their bottom line. Unseen battles are waged every day to protect and destroy brands and reputations.
Discussion: The Atlantic Online and BaltTech
Alexis Madrigal / The Atlantic Online: How Big Companies and Politicians Bury Search Results They Don't Like
Gus Sentementes / BaltTech: Burying the negative: How to deal with unwanted Internet search results
Tom Krazit / Relevant Results:
How Google tested Google Instant — Google's John Boyd (standing) and LaDawn Jentzch, user experience researchers at Google, explain to CNET's Tom Krazit how Google's usability lab works, as seen from the observation room. — (Credit: James Martin/CNET) — MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. …
Discussion: Search Engine Land
Andy Atkins-Krüger / Search Engine Land: Google Instant: Could It Be Instantly Successful Globally?
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Apple Has $51 Billion and a Shopping List. Is Facebook On It? — Steve Jobs made a rare appearance during today's Apple's earnings call and spent most of his time beating up his rivals, past and present. Summary: The iPhone has left Research in Motion's BlackBerry in the dust.
Tom Kaneshige / Computerworld: Four Things We Learned From Apple Earnings
Thomas Kaplan / DealBook: Flush With Cash, Will Apple Go Shopping?
Christina Warren / Mashable!: Steve Jobs Speaks Candidly About the State of Apple and Its Competitors
Michael Grothaus / TUAW: Does Apple want to buy Facebook?
Rory Cellan-Jones / BBC: Apple podcast: Steve sounds off
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: Apple already sold over 250,000 new Apple TVs
Ross Rubin / Out of the Box: What's on Apple's wish list?
Darrell Etherington / TheAppleBlog: Keeping the Powder Dry: What Will Apple Buy?
John Murrell / Digital Daily: Jobs on Android: The Fight Isn't Closed Vs. Open, but Integrated Vs. Fragmented
Tricia Duryee / mocoNews:
T-Mobile USA Transitions To New CEO Philipp Humm Four Months Early — After initially proposing a long transition period, T-Mobile USA has confirmed Philipp Humm as CEO a few months ahead of schedule. Humm replaces Robert Dotson, who will now serve as vice chairman of T-Mobile USA's board after 15 years at the company.
Discussion: The Seattle Times, IntoMobile, Business Wire and Boy Genius Report
Brier Dudley / The Seattle Times: T-Mobile shuffles execs, Humm officially CEO
Marin Perez / IntoMobile: T-Mobile gets new CEO
Darren Murph / Engadget:
Western Digital ships 3TB Caviar Green 3.5-inch hard drive for $239, 2.5TB for $189 — You know that 3TB hard drive that Western Digital slapped into its range of My Book external units earlier this month? Looks like it's finally ready to free itself from those shackles.
Discussion: Computerworld, PC World, eHomeUpgrade, iClarified, Digital Trends, Inquirer, HotHardware.com News, Gizmodo and Softpedia News
Alexander Grundner / eHomeUpgrade: Western Digital Offers Up a 3TB Caviar Green HDD for $239
Molly McHugh / Digital Trends: Western Digital launches world's largest SATA drive with 3TB Caviar Green
Lawrence Latif / Inquirer: Western Digital ships a 3TB SATA hard drive
Mathew Miranda / HotHardware.com News: Western Digital Caviar Green 3TB Hard Drive Review
Jesus Diaz / Gizmodo: This Is the Largest SATA Drive In the World