Leander Kahney / Cult of Mac:
iPhone 5 Will Enable Ambitious Remote Computing Program - Source [Exclusive] — We've received a tip about an unexpected application for the NFC chip Apple is expected to build into the iPhone 5. — Near Field Communication (NFC) is a short-range wireless connection technology that would turn …
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch: Apple's Next Big Strategic Opportunity Could Be Mobile Payments
Erica Ogg / CNET News: Next iPhone to enable remote computing?
Jonny Evans / 9 to 5 Mac: iPhone 5 will be remote computing on steroids
Dennis Sellers / Macsimum News: Next iPhone may include NFC technology
Chris Barylick / O'Grady's PowerPage: Rumor: Apple working to include RFID, near-field computing functions …
Bertrand Vasquez / Erictric: Next Generation iPhone Rumored to Include Remote Computing Capabilities
Federico Viticci / MacStories: Rumor: iPhone 5 To Hook Up With Any Mac via NFC Technology
Robert Evans / I4U News: The iPhone 5: Remote Computing Ability?
Allyson Kazmucha / TiPb: iPhone 5 may implement NFC technology for eWallets and electronic passports
Marin Perez / IntoMobile: Apple iPhone 5 could use NFC for remote computing
Mike Melanson / ReadWriteWeb: Take Your Desktop Wherever You Go: iPhone 5 Could Bring Remote Computing
Tim Barribeau / everythingiCafe: Rumor: iPhone 5 Will Feature NFC For Remote Computing
Todd Haselton / MobileBurn.com: Next gen iPhone could sport NFC app for remote computing
Alexander Vaughn / App Advice: Rumor: iPhone 5 To Turn Any Mac Into Your Own Using NFC
Apple takes the lead in the US smart phone market with a 26% share — In Q3 2010, the worldwide smart phone market grew an impressive 95% over the same quarter a year ago to 80.9 million shipped units. Nokia retained its leadership position, albeit by a diminished margin, with a 33% share of the market.
Discussion: VatorNews, Computerworld, Tech Sanity Check, BetaNews, Android Phone Fans, Digits, ReadWriteWeb, MediaPost, Cult of Mac, Engadget, The Next Web, Android and Me, WMPoweruser.com, Gearlog, Internet2Go, FierceMobileContent, PadGadget, SAI, asymco, Gadget Lab, SlashGear, DailyTech, TheGadgetClub.net, MobileWhack.com, Pulse2, The Register, PhoneArena, AndroidGuys, Mashable!, AppleInsider, IntoMobile, the Econsultancy blog, Evolver.fm, MacStories, Appletell, VentureBeat, Ubergizmo, App Advice, pocketnow.com, Bits, TechSpot, 9 to 5 Mac, TechCrunch, dailywireless.org, Fortune, RCR Wireless News, Tech Trader Daily, Between the Lines Blog, GigaOM, MobileBurn.com, Android Community, BGR and Crave
Ronny Kerr / VatorNews: Android and Apple sweeping RIM away
Preston Gralla / Computerworld: Android swamps iPhone, tops U.S. market, jumps to number 2 worldwide
Kevin Krause / Android Phone Fans: Canalys: Android Takes OS Lead in US Market for Q3
Shayndi Raice / Digits: Android Overtakes IPhone
Gavin O'Malley / MediaPost: Android Continues Climb As Smartphone For The Masses
Ed Sutherland / Cult of Mac: Analysts: Android Ahead of Apple, Both Put Squeeze on RIM
Nick Gray / Android and Me: Android becomes #1 smartphone OS, Q3 numbers 1,309% higher than last year
Brian Heater / Gearlog: Android Grabs 44% of US Sales, iPhone 26%: Report
Greg Sterling / Internet2Go: Q3 Data: iPhone Top Individual Handset, but Android King of Operating Systems
Horace Dediu / asymco: iPhone's smartphone share continues to rise
Brian X. Chen / Gadget Lab: iPhone Wins Phone Popularity Contest, Android Dominates OS
TheGadgetClub.net: Android keeps eating Apple's iOS candies - iPhone most popular smartphone... duh?
Jeff Baker / MobileWhack.com: Android Deemed Biggest OS in US, iPhone Biggest Smartphone, We Aren't Surprised
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Apple Surpasses RIM With 26% Share In U.S. Smartphone Market
Rik Myslewski / The Register: Android phone sales up 1,309%
Christina Warren / Mashable!: Android and Apple Battle for Smartphone Dominance [STATS]
Neil Hughes / AppleInsider: Apple's iPhone tops US smartphone shipments, but Android devices take 44%
Marc Flores / IntoMobile: Apple Leads U.S. Smartphone Marketshare with 26%
Tameka Kee / the Econsultancy blog: New data proves your mobile marketing strategy must include Android
Eliot Van Buskirk / Evolver.fm: Android Tops US Smartphone Market; iPhone Overtakes Blackberry
Federico Viticci / MacStories: Apple Grabs 26% Of U.S. Smartphone Market, Google Leads With 44%
Arnold Zafra / Appletell: Android the No.1 OS, iPhone the No.1 smartphone in the U.S.
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: Apple's iPhone becomes most popular smartphone in US; Android leads OS share
Nick Bilton / Bits: The Race to Dominate the Smartphone Market
Emil Protalinski / TechSpot: Android top OS in the US, iPhone most popular smartphone
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch: Reports: Nearly Twice As Many Androids Shipped Last Quarter As iPhones
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: Apple and Motorola Sue Each Other
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune: Canalys: Apple grabbed 26% of the U.S. smartphone market in Q3
Matt Kapko / RCR Wireless News: Android vs. iOS: the latest in numbers
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines Blog: Android: RIM's worst nightmare
Ryan Kim / GigaOM: Android Still on Top; Now Crushing BlackBerry
Chris Davies / Android Community: Android biggest OS in US claim analysts
Zach Epstein / BGR: NPD, Canalys: Apple passes RIM in U.S. smartphone market
Don Reisinger / Crave: The gadget blog: Android adds to dominance of smartphone market
Matt Graves / Twitter Blog:
Promoted Tweets: Testing in the Timeline — When we launched Promoted Tweets in April, we outlined our plan for gradually rolling them out in all of the places people experience Twitter: first in search on Twitter.com, later in search through our partners, and eventually in the user timeline.
Edmund Lee / AdAge: Twitter Begins Publishing Ads in Users' Streams
Brad McCarty / The Next Web: Twitter Advertising: A Complete Guide [TNW Social Media]
Adam DuVander / ProgrammableWeb: Twitter to Promote Tweets First in API Timelines
Oliver Chiang / SelectStart: Twitter Drops Tweets Into Users' Streams: A Visual First Look
Ryan Kim / GigaOM: Twitter Brings Promoted Tweets to User Streams
Matt McGee / Search Engine Land: Twitter Slowly Expands Promoted Tweets
Jessica Guynn / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Twitter starts testing ads in users' streams
Joseph Tartakoff / mocoNews: Twitter Starts Bringing Ads To Users' Streams
Lauren Dugan / SocialTimes.com: Twitter Tests Promoted Tweets in HootSuite Timeline
Allen Stern / CenterNetworks: Promoted In-Stream Tweets Launching Monday?
Kelly Clay / Social Media: Twitter Ads Now Appearing in HootSuite Stream
Zachary Rodgers / ClickZ: Twitter Brings Ads to User Timelines
Dave Olson / HootSuite blog:
HootSuite Adds Promoted Tweets in Timelines From Twitter
HootSuite Adds Promoted Tweets in Timelines From Twitter
Discussion: The Next Web, Digits, SFGate, GigaOM and Andy Beal's Marketing Pilgrim
Amir Efrati / Digits: Twitter Ads Now More Prevalent
Benny Evangelista / SFGate: Twitter drops ads into timelines
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM: Twitter: From Gawky Teen to Responsible Adult
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
Exclusive: Apple, Google Are Sniffing Around Mobile Payments Startup BOKU — Both Apple and Google are engaged in conversations with mobile payments startup BOKU about a potential acquisition or a wide-reaching partnership at the very least, we've heard from people familiar with the talks, which are ongoing.
Discussion: Mobile Marketing Watch, AppleInsider, App Advice, Internet2Go, SAI, IntoMobile and Electronista
Joe White / App Advice: Apple And Google Interested In Buying BOKU?
Greg Sterling / Internet2Go: The Outlook for PayPal Local
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
NPD: Android Surging, BlackBerry Falling, Apple Flat — Here's a chart pretty much guaranteed to get teeth grinding in Cupertino - new data from NPD showing Android extending its lead as America's most popular mobile operating system. — The consumer research group says that Google's software …
Jim Granelli / L.A. Times Tech Blog: BlackBerry suffers double hit: Android and iPhone take leads in the third quarter
Jay Yarow / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider: CHART OF THE DAY: Android Has Absolutely Crushed RIM In The Last Year
Elizabeth Woyke / Mobilized: Could BlackBerry Beat Android In Low-End Smartphones?
Casey Johnston / Ars Technica: Android market share gain coming at the expense of BlackBerry
Blake Stimac / IntoMobile: Android rising as BlackBerry falls, according to report
Phil Hornshaw / Appolicious Advisor: Apple now leading in U.S. smartphone market
Ted Wallingford / Signal to Noise: Media talking heads beginning to turn on Apple
Seth Weintraub / Fortune: Android continues to muscle out U.S. competitors
The NPD Group: Android Extends its Smartphone Market Share in the Third Quarter of 2010 — iPhone 4 was the top-selling mobile phone in the third quarter; RIM falls to third place among operating systems — Much of Android's quarterly share growth came at the expense of RIM, rather than Apple.
Discussion: I4U News, AndroidSPIN, msnbc.com, Yahoo! News, mocoNews, internetnews.com, Mobile Entertainment and displayblog
Jordan Cressman / I4U News: Android Now Overselling iPhone Two-To-One
Stormy Beach / AndroidSPIN: Android Is RIM's Worst Nightmare
Wilson Rothman / msnbc.com: iPhone is No. 1 phone, while Android is No. 1 OS
Molly McHugh / Yahoo! News: Apple is bestselling smartphone, Android most popular OS
Quin Street Corporation / internetnews.com: Android Devices Continue Momentum in 3Q
Stuart Dredge / Mobile Entertainment: Android now 44% of new US smartphone sales says NPD
Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
Google Sues The US Government For Only Considering Microsoft Solutions — Eric Goldman alerts us to the interesting bit of news that Google has sued the US government — specifically the Department of the Interior, for not seriously considering Google Apps when it put out a Request for Quotation (RFQ) to handle its messaging needs.
Discussion: L.A. Times Tech Blog, Seattle Times, Download Squad, The Register, Digital Daily, Fast Company, Wall Street Journal, Ars Technica, SAI, Neowin.net, TechCrunch, All about Microsoft Blog, paidContent, The Microsoft Blog, The Next Web, TechFlash, NBC Bay Area, Search Engine Land, CNET News, SiliconANGLE, Fortune, SlashGear, ResourceShelf, winrumors and Techie Buzz
Jim Granelli / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Google sues the U.S. government in its ongoing ‘cloud’ battle with Microsoft
Sharon Pian Chan / Seattle Times: Google sues U.S. agency for only seeking Microsoft bids
Cade Metz / The Register: Google sues US gov for picking Microsoft
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: Google to U.S.: Who's Being Anticompetitive Now?
Ariel Schwartz / Fast Company: Google Sues the Federal Government, Demands a Fair Shake
Scott Morrison / Wall Street Journal: Google Sues Interior Department Over Email Contract
Casey Johnston / Ars Technica: Google sues feds over Microsoft-centric bidding requirement
Matt Rosoff / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider: Google Suing U.S. Government Over Refusal To Consider Google Apps Over Microsoft
Tzvi Friedman / Neowin.net: Google sues America
Leena Rao / TechCrunch: Government Agency Ignored Obama Directive When It Handed Microsoft A No-Bid Contract
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft Blog: Google sues U.S. government over hosted e-mail bid against Microsoft
Chad Catacchio / The Next Web: Google suing the USA because it feels Google Apps don't get a …
Rj Middleton / NBC Bay Area: Google: Feds Shut Us Out of Bidding Against Microsoft
Greg Sterling / Search Engine Land: Turnabout Is Fair Play: Google Sues The Feds For Not Considering …
Tom Krazit / CNET News: Man bites dog? Google sues the government
Maria Deutscher / SiliconANGLE: Google Fights Microsoft over Uncle Sam in the Cloud arena
Seth Weintraub / Fortune: Google sues US Government for anti-competitive behavior?!
Chris Burns / SlashGear: Google VS the US Government
Tom Warren / winrumors: Google sues U.S. Government for considering Microsoft hosted email solutions
Manan Kakkar / Techie Buzz: US Government Sued By Google For Using Microsoft Products
Dick Craddock / The Windows Blog:
Use Hotmail features without changing your email address — If you've been reading this blog for the last few months, you've seen lots of new features added to Hotmail that make Hotmail more efficient, like Sweep or the ability to send up to 10GB of photos in one message.
Josh Lowensohn / CNET News: Hotmail now works with other e-mail accounts, even Gmail
Alex Wilhelm / The Next Web: Hotmail wants you to test their service with your Gmail account [TNW Microsoft]
Tom Warren / winrumors: You can now use any Email address with Hotmail
Emil Protalinski / TechSpot: Microsoft: use any e-mail address with Hotmail
Cade Metz / The Register:
First official HTML5 tests topped by...Microsoft — Memo to Redmond: CSS ain't HTML — The Worldwide Web Consortium has released the results of its first HTML5 conformance tests, and according to this initial rundown, the browser that most closely adheres to the latest set of web standards is...Microsoft Internet Explorer 9.
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb, The Next Web, winrumors and Techie Buzz
Audrey Watters / ReadWriteWeb: IE9 Outperforms Other Browsers for HTML5 Compliance
Alex Wilhelm / The Next Web: Internet Explorer 9 just beat everyone in HTML5 compliance [TNW Microsoft]
Tom Warren / winrumors: Internet Explorer 9 wins first WC3 HTML5 tests
Manan Kakkar / Techie Buzz: IE9 Tops HTML5 Conformance Tests By W3C
Joanna Stern / Engadget:
Samsung Galaxy Tab review — The story of the Galaxy Tab has been quite a saga, to say the least. In fact, it was actually back in May that we first heard rumblings of Samsung's plans to unleash a 7-inch Android tablet much like its Galaxy S phones, but it was only after months of painful teasing …
Discussion: TechEye, Computerworld, Inquirer and Daring Fireball
Ross Catanzariti / Computerworld: Telstra T-Touch Tab Android tablet
Rob Coppinger / Inquirer: Carphone Warehouse offers a surprising Galaxy Tab deal
John Gruber / Daring Fireball: Engadget's Samsung Galaxy Tab Review
Greg Sandoval / CNET News:
Did Apple pay big bucks in iAds settlement? — A trademark lawsuit filed against Apple by a Web advertising firm over the term “iAds” was quietly settled in July. — No one has disclosed exactly how the case was resolved but Apple now owns the “iAds” trademark, and last week …
Discussion: MacRumors, Macsimum News, RazorianFly, MacStories and iLounge
Dennis Sellers / Macsimum News: Has Apple settled iAds lawsuit?
Federico Viticci / MacStories: Apple Settled Lawsuit Over “iAd” Trademark In July
Charles Starrett / iLounge: Apple paid $1 million-plus in iAds settlement?
Drew / Fark Blog:
Jon Stewart to Reddit: you don't matter — Backstory: Reddit has been pushing support for the Stewart/Colbert rally since its inception, possibly since before its inception. — At the Rally For Sanity press conference on Saturday, Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit …
Bob Muglia / The Silverlight Blog:
PDC and Silverlight — [This blog post is from Bob Muglia, President of the Server and Tools Division at Microsoft] — Last week, we held our PDC conference on the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Wash. We also streamed it online using Silverlight (with both live and on-demand sessions).
Discussion: TechCrunch, CNET News, Microsoft, ITworld.com, MSDN Blogs, TechNet Blogs, All about Microsoft Blog, ReadWriteWeb and winrumors, Thanks:rawmeet
Josh Lowensohn / CNET News: Microsoft to devs: Silverlight is still important to us
Joab Jackson / ITworld.com: Microsoft clarifies Silverlight role
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft Blog: Microsoft's Muglia reconfirms HTML is Microsoft's cross-platform play
Klint Finley / ReadWriteWeb: Silverlight Developers: Are You Going to Move On?
Google Code Blog:
Introducing the Google APIs Console and our latest API updates — After a busy year of creating, curating, and re-organizing our APIs, we're pleased to share that: We're announcing the Google APIs console, a new tool to help you use our APIs in your applications and on your websites.
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb, Computerworld and The Next Web
Klint Finley / ReadWriteWeb: New API of the Week: Google Custom Search API - Plus: Google APIs Console
Paul Krill / Computerworld: Google offers APIs console, retires some APIs
Skype IPO to take stage in 2011: sources — (Reuters) - Skype is moving forward on an initial public offering of up to $1 billion, but investors will have to wait until next year before it prices, said several people close to the situation. — Despite investor expectations that an IPO …
Eric Slivka / MacRumors:
Target to Carry iPhone Beginning November 7th — Retail store chain Target today announced that it will begin carrying the iPhone as of November 7th in its 846 stores that offer Target Mobile centers. Target will carry both the iPhone 4 and the iPhone 3GS, and will offer quick, on-the-spot activation.
Discussion: 9 to 5 Mac, AppleInsider, Target Pressroom, App Advice, RazorianFly, IntoMobile, MacStories, Engadget, iClarified, Electronista and iLounge
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: Target to carry iPhones for the holidays
Bryan Wolfe / App Advice: iPhone Comes To Target Stores November 7
Arron / RazorianFly: U.S. Retailer Target® To Carry The iPhone This Holiday Season - [PRESS RELEASE]
Marc Flores / IntoMobile: Target to Offer iPhone 4 and 3GS Starting November 7
Federico Viticci / MacStories: Target To Start Selling iPhone 4 & 3GS On November 7th
Chris Ziegler / Engadget: Target offering iPhone 4, 3GS starting November 7th
Charles Starrett / iLounge: Target to offer iPhone beginning Nov. 7
Henry Blodget / SAI:
Sorry, Blekko Is Doomed — A new search-engine called Blekko just launched. It's the latest in a long line of companies to try to leapfrog Google by providing “better” search results. — Specifically, in Blekko's case, the company is using human input into algorithmic results to screen …
Discussion: Googling Google Blog and Search Engine Land
Christopher Dawson / Googling Google Blog: Blekko: Cool for the geekorati, but no Google killer
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land: Blekko, The “Slashtag” Search Engine, Goes Live
Agence France Presse:
Amazon's 3G Kindle leaps ‘Great Firewall of China’ — HONG KONG — Amazon's Kindle 3G e-reader is being snapped up on China's grey market as it has an extra special advantage for customers — it automatically leaps the so-called “Great Firewall” of state web censorship.
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb, Gizmodo, VatorNews, Geek.com, Electronista and Engadget
Audrey Watters / ReadWriteWeb: Amazon Kindle 3G Circumvents China's “Great Firewall”
Faith Merino / VatorNews: Kindle 3G bypasses Chinese Web censors
John Brownlee / Geek.com: Kindle Whispernet gets around China's censorious firewall
James Temple / SFGate:
Salesforce.com planning huge Mission Bay headquarters — Salesforce.com, one of San Francisco's largest and fastest growing technology companies, plans to announce today that it will build an enormous new headquarters at Mission Bay. — The online sales software company …
Alexis Madrigal / The Atlantic Online:
Inside the Google Books Algorithm — Google is famous for the brilliance of its algorithm for searching web pages. While the company looks at dozens of factors in determining which results to display, the heart of the search engine is using links between pages to rank their relevancy.
Discussion: The Next Web and Switched
Chad Catacchio / The Next Web: Google Books to get “Rich Results” starting today [TNW Google]
Thomas Houston / Switched: How Google Book Search Works, Flying Robot Ghost Terrifies Children
Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Roundtable:
Google Showing Related Brands, Stores & Types In Results — Google has been testing a form of related or search refinements for brand searches for several months now. But now I am seeing a new refinement that adds Stores and Types to the Brand refinement. — I was able to replicate it for the search [diamonds] and [cameras].
Discussion: The Next Web and Search Engine Land
Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Land: Google Adds Stores and Types To Brand Refinements
Katherine Noyes / PC World:
88 High-Risk Defects Found in Android Kernel — This is the story of a cloud and its silver lining. — First, the cloud: Numerous programming flaws in the Android kernel include 88 high-risk defects that could leave users' sensitive information exposed, analysis firm Coverity announced today.
Quin Street Corporation / internetnews.com: Is Android Mobile OS Code A Big Security Risk?
Eric Slivka / MacRumors:
Apple Investigating Issue With Monster Headphones [Updated] — Apple is reportedly investigating an issue with a number of Monster-branded headphones designed to use Apple's Remote and Mic technology. According to photo screenshots of an internal Apple service bulletin …
Discussion: BGR, Engadget, Macworld, TiPb, IntoMobile, Macsimum News, AppleInsider, SlashGear and App Advice
Joel Mathis / Macworld: Remote HD update offers new features, graphics
Dennis Sellers / Macsimum News: Some Monster headphones causing problems when used with iOS devices?
Evan Selleck / SlashGear: Monster Headphones Not Playing Well With Apple Devices
Bryan Wolfe / App Advice: Report: Apple Investigating Monster Headsets
Dave / Master of 500 Hats:
How to Take Down Facebook — Hint: It Ain't Twitter. (aka: An Open Letter to the Next Big Social Network) — I've held off writing this post for a long time, because I couldn't quite get my head around all the issues. It wouldn't be accurate to say there's something “wrong” with Facebook …
Discussion: MediaPost, The Next Web and Signal to Noise, Thanks:davemcclure
Gavin O'Malley / MediaPost: Rant: Facebook's Missing Ingredient
Chad Catacchio / The Next Web: Can Facebook just become Dave McClure's Facebook-killer idea?
Ted Wallingford / Signal to Noise: Don't confuse hyper-private with offline.
Marc Champion / Wall Street Journal:
Google Reposts Barred Turkish Videos — Internet giant put the four clips back up on YouTube because they weren't copyright infringing — ISTANBUL—Google Inc. on Monday appeared to be set for a renewed clash with Turkey's government, when it reposted videos that a court had ruled insulting …
Thomas Ricker / Engadget:
iPhone DST bug causing alarms to fail across Europe (updated) — An iPhone bug already seen when Australia switched between Daylight Savings Time and Standard Time a few weeks ago has now hit Europe. Twitter is alight with reports of recurring iPhone alarms going off an hour later than usual.
Discussion: Telegraph, CNET News, Digits, The Next Web, CNN, PC World, TUAW, msnbc.com, I4U News, MacRumors, Guardian, Gadget Lab, TiPb, Gawker, Computerworld, MacStories, Fortune, IntoMobile, Pulse2, Redmond Pie, THINQ.co.uk, VentureBeat, PR Newswire, Zatz Not Funny!, AppleInsider, Neowin.net, PhoneArena, techblog.dallasnews.com, App Advice, TechEye, 9 to 5 Mac, Pocket-lint, Gizmodo and everythingiCafe
Claudine Beaumont / Telegraph: Apple iPhone 4 alarm clock bug makes scores late for work
Leslie Katz / CNET News: iPhone oops makes Europeans late for work
Yukari Iwatani Kane / Digits: IPhone Alarm Bug Wakes Users Up Late
Martin Bryant / The Next Web: iPhone alarm bug hits as clocks go back in Europe [Updated] [TNW Mobile]
John D. Sutter / CNN: iPhone gives Europe extra hour of sleep
Mikael Ricknäs / PC World: Apple IPhone Bug Causes Europe to Wake up Late
Chris Rawson / TUAW: iOS Daylight Saving Time bug hits Europe (and the US too?)
Athima Chansanchai / msnbc.com: iPhone alarm fails time change in Europe
Jordan Cressman / I4U News: Daylight Savings Bug Causes iPhone Alarm Problems
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: iOS 4.1 Daylight Saving Time Bug Strikes Europe
Josh Halliday / Guardian: iPhone DST bug fails to alarm users - in the wrong way
Brian X. Chen / Gadget Lab: iPhone Alarm Bug Lets Europeans Snooze an Extra Hour
Leanna Lofte / TiPb: iPhone DST alarm clock bug hits Europe
Ryan Tate / Gawker: iPhone Bug Makes Europeans Late for Work
Richi Jennings / Computerworld: iPhone daylight-saving bug: fall back to late alarms
Federico Viticci / MacStories: iPhone DST Bug Spreading Across Europe - And The US?
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune: The stupidity of smart devices
Kelly Hodgkins / IntoMobile: iPhone alarm clock glitch causes widespread tardiness in Europe
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: iPhone Alarms Reportedly Going Off An Hour Early
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: iPhone Daylight Savings Time alarm bug plagues users in Europe, US
Katie Marsal / AppleInsider: Europeans wake up an hour late as Apple fails to fix iPhone alarm clock bug
Joe White / App Advice: iOS Alarm Bug Hits Europe?
Andrea Petrou / TechEye: iPhone alarm bug causes early morning chaos in UK
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: Daylight Savings welcomes iOS Alarm bug to Europe
Tim Barribeau / everythingiCafe: Daylight Savings Bug Hits Europe, Is USA Next?