Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
Google Launches Instant Previews — At last, Google has finally gained a page preview feature. Called “Instant Previews,” this is a way for you to see what's on a page that's listed in Google's search results without having to leave Google. — The new feature seems promising …
Discussion: Inquirer, BetaNews, At Your Servers, Google Operating System, Relevant Results, Lifehacker, PC World, Seattle Times, Mashable!, Bits, TechCrunch, VentureBeat, eWeek, NBC Bay Area, Forbes and Epicenter
Rob Coppinger / Inquirer: Porn restricted by Google Instant Preview service
Alex Chitu / Google Operating System: Google Instant Previews
Kevin Purdy / Lifehacker: Google Rolling Out Instant Previews on Search Results
Juan Carlos Perez / PC World: Google Adds Visual Snapshots to Search Results
Brier Dudley / Seattle Times: Google adds “Instant Previews,” gets more visual
Claire Cain Miller / Bits: Google Introduces Visual Previews of Search Results
MG Siegler / TechCrunch: Google Instant Previews: Get Ready To Be 5% More Likely Satisfied With Google Search
Clint Boulton / eWeek: Google Instant Previews Visualize Search Snippets
Rj Middleton / NBC Bay Area: Google Builds a Better Mousetrap, er, Search Result
Mike Hall / Forbes: Getting Solar Policy Right In California
Raj Krishnan / The Official Google Blog:
Beyond Instant results: Instant Previews — With Google Instant you get results as fast as you type, but your search doesn't stop there. Once you get results back, you choose a site to visit based on the information in each result—like the title, a snippet of text and the URL.
Discussion: Download Squad, PC World, Google Webmaster Central Blog, Search Engine Watch, Associated Press, Examiner, Computerworld, ReadWriteWeb, Ars Technica, Mercury News, Neowin.net, Techie Buzz, gHacks Technology News, Erictric, Softpedia News, Techland, HEXUS.channel, SiliconANGLE, Mobiture Blog, The Next Web, Laughing Squid, WebProNews, USA Today and Gizmodo
Jared Newman / PC World: Google Instant Preview Shows a Piece of Every Page
Jeremy Silber / Google Webmaster Central Blog: Instant Previews — Webmaster Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Dana Wollman / Associated Press: Google announces ‘Instant Previews’ search feature
Sharon Gaudin / Computerworld: Google adds Instant Preview to search
Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica: Google adds site previews to Instant Search
Mike Swift / Mercury News: Google launches search preview
Andrew Lyle / Neowin.net: Google Instant Previews now available
Keith Dsouza / Techie Buzz: Google Launches Instant Previews for Search Results
Bertrand Vasquez / Erictric: Google Introduces New Instant Preview Feature
Doug Aamoth / Techland: Google Now Gives Searchers ‘Instant Previews’
Sarah Griffiths / HEXUS.channel: Google launches Instant Previews
Kristen Nicole / SiliconANGLE: Google Instant Previews Keep Updates as Speedy as Results
Ryan Bates / Mobiture Blog: Google ‘Instant Previews’ comes to search
Matt Brian / The Next Web: Google Instant Previews Are Now Live
Scott Beale / Laughing Squid: Google Adds Instant Previews To Search Results
Doug Caverly / WebProNews: Google Unveils Instant Previews
Kat Hannaford / Gizmodo: Preview Pages Visually Before Visiting, With Google Instant
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Facebook Finds A New Way To Liberate Your Gmail Contact Data — That huge sucking sound you hear is Facebook, piling data from third parties into its mouth as fast as it can while it remains stubbornly greedy about releasing its own data to anyone it doesn't like.
Discussion: GigaOM, All Facebook, Guardian, Scobleizer, The Tape, The Register, Geek.com, Softpedia News, Gizmodo and p2pnet
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM: Facebook Avoids Google's Data Stick — For Now
Nick O'Neill / All Facebook: Facebook Gives Google The Middle Finger
Josh Halliday / Guardian: Google halts Facebook data usage - so Facebook pole vaults
Jay Yarow / The Tape: Google Fighting To Get Access To Facebook Data
John Oates / The Register: Facebook beats Google's block
Matthew Humphries / Geek.com: Facebook works around Google contacts block
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac:
Apple buys Wi-Gear to build stereo Bluetooth headphones — A source tells 9to5Mac that Apple scooped up a small Bluetooth wireless headphone designer in San Francisco two months ago for an undisclosed sum. The company, called Wi-Gear, made three generations of A2DP stereo headphones called iMuffs …
Discussion: IntoMobile, AppleInsider, MacRumors, Telegraph, Gizmodo, BGR, Tech Trader Daily, TUAW, BlogsDNA, Daring Fireball, PhoneArena, everythingiCafe, TiPb, SlashGear, Silicon Republic, The Next Web, MacStories, Softpedia News, Engadget and Fast Company
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: Apple buys San Francisco based Wi-Gear [Apple made Bluetooth …
Rosa Golijan / Gizmodo: Apple May Have Bought Out The Designers Of iMuffs
Jonathan S. Geller / BGR: Apple buys San Francisco-based Wi-Gear, developing Apple Bluetooth headphones?
Steven Sande / TUAW: Apple buys Wi-Gear, branded Bluetooth headset coming?
Jordan Kahn / BlogsDNA: Apple buys Wi-Gear bluetooth headset maker
John Gruber / Daring Fireball: 9to5 Mac Reports Apple Bought Bluetooth Headphone Maker Wi-Gear Two Months Ago
Chris Oldroyd / TiPb: Apple buys Wi-Gear, Bluetooth headphones on the horizon?
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Apple buy Wi-Gear for Bluetooth expertise; apt-X quality audio support as standard?
Federico Viticci / MacStories: Rumor: Apple Acquired Bluetooth Headphones Company Wi-Gear
Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
Kno Prices Its Student Tablets at $599 and $899 to Ship by End of the Year — Kno, the high-profile Silicon Valley start-up trying to jump-start a market for tablets focused on students, announced tonight that it will have a limited number available by the end of the year for sale at prices of $599 and $899.
Discussion: Inquirer, Bits, Daring Fireball, TechCrunch, Gadget Lab, SlashGear, Liliputing, HEXUS.channel, I4U News, GottaBeMobile, netbooknews.com, Electronista, Engadget, TeleRead and technabob
David Neal / Inquirer: Kno prices its student tablets high
Miguel Helft / Bits: Kno, a Tablet for College, to Debut at $599
John Gruber / Daring Fireball: Kno E-Reader Tablets to Start at $599
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch: Kno Tablet Will Start At $599 For Single-Screen, $899 For Dual-Screen
Tim Carmody / Gadget Lab: Kno Textbook Tablet for Christmas, One Screen or Two
Scott Bicheno / HEXUS.channel: Kno announces pricing for its tablet on steroids
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile: Kno Tablet Will Ship in December at $599 or $899 Depending …
Peter Cartwright / netbooknews.com: Kno Tablets Get Pricing, Preorders Start
Chris Meadows / TeleRead: Kno announces device pricing
Steven Greenhouse / New York Times:
Company Accused of Firing Over Facebook Post — In what labor officials and lawyers view as a ground-breaking case involving workers and social media, the National Labor Relations Board has accused a company of illegally firing an employee after she criticized her supervisor on her Facebook page.
Discussion: All Facebook, Mario Sundar, PE Hub Blog and Wall Street Journal
Luisa Beltran / PE Hub Blog: peHUB First Read — Groundbreaking: NLRB accuses company …
Melanie Trottman / Wall Street Journal: Labor Board Backs Worker Who Criticized on Facebook
Chalking up the Windows Phone 7 launch — SAN FRANCISCO—If Microsoft hopes to get back in the smartphone game, it had better hope that Windows Phone 7 makes a bigger impact than it appeared to be having at one AT&T store here. — As of midday Monday, the store had sold less than half of its supply of 20 devices.
Discussion: Download Squad, Gearlog, Erictric, Winrumors, AppleInsider, GottaBeMobile, Softpedia News and Go Rumors
Samuel Gibbs / Download Squad: HTC to launch Android and Windows Phone 7 app store?
Brian Heater / Gearlog: Windows Phone 7 Selling Out, Grabbing Market Share
Eric Calouro / Erictric: T-Mobile HTC HD7 Windows Phone 7 Device Backordered
Josh Ong / AppleInsider: Briefly: Windows Phone 7 US launch, Mac OS X 10.6.5 beta, Adobe Flash defended
Chris Leckness / GottaBeMobile: My top 3 Windows Phone 7 apps so far (Video)
Anand Srinivasan / Go Rumors: Google Search App For Windows Phone 7 Releases
Google Mobile Blog:
Google Search app for Windows Phone 7 - in the Marketplace now
Google Search app for Windows Phone 7 - in the Marketplace now
Discussion: Bing, BGR, TechSpot, Engadget, LaptopMemo, FierceMobileContent, Pulse2, AppScout, GottaBeMobile, Newlaunches.com, Geek.com, PhoneArena, Google Watch, eWeek, The Next Web, Softpedia News, Neowin.net, Phones Review, Gizmodo, PhoneDog.com, Fortune, Ubergizmo, Microsoft Watch, IntoMobile and BlogsDNA, Thanks:rawmeet
Andrew Munchbach / BGR: Google search coming to a Windows Phone 7 tile near you
Emil Protalinski / TechSpot: Google posts Windows Phone app, adds Instant to mobile site
Thomas Ricker / Engadget: Google Search App bungs Bing on Windows Phone 7 Marketplace
Stefan Etienne / LaptopMemo: Google Goes Way Of Windows Phone 7, Releases App
Jason Ankeny / FierceMobileContent: Google Search expands to Windows Phone 7
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Google Search Application Released For Windows Phone 7
Terrance Gaines / AppScout: Google Search App Lands on Windows Phone 7
Chris Leckness / GottaBeMobile: Google Search for Windows Phone 7, but why?
John Brownlee / Geek.com: Windows Phone 7 makes you use Bing for search, but Google's got an app for that
Clint Boulton / eWeek: Google Windows Phone 7 Search App Dings Bing
Owen Williams / Neowin.net: Google launches their first Windows Phone 7 application
Kat Hannaford / Gizmodo: You Can Now Ditch Bing for Google Search On Windows Phone 7
Alex Wagner / PhoneDog.com: Google Search app for Windows Phone 7 now available
Seth Weintraub / Fortune: Google has Windows Phone 7 app ready for US launch day
Simon Sage / IntoMobile: Google Search App Launched for Windows Phone 7
Anurag Upadhaya / BlogsDNA: Google Search app comes in Windows Phone 7 Marketplace
Oliver Chiang / SelectStart:
Facebook Testing New ‘Mention’ Feature On News Feeds — Facebook appears to be testing a new ‘mention’ feature — for lack of an official term — on some users' news feeds that increases the visibility of public Pages. — If two (or possibly more) of your friends write about or share …
Discussion: All Facebook
Nick O'Neill / All Facebook: Facebook Tests Surfacing Semantically Related Posts
Sinead Carew / Reuters:
Samsung hits 3 million Galaxy S U.S. shipments — (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics said on Monday that three million out of its seven million global Galaxy S smartphones shipments were made to the United States since it launched the phone here in July. — Sales were brisk at all four …
Discussion: Computerworld, Digital Trends, DailyTech, Android Phone Fans, The Next Web, Softpedia News and UK Gadget and Tech News …
Daniel Ionescu / Computerworld: Samsung Sells 3 Million Galaxy Android Phones in the U.S.
Jeffrey Van Camp / Digital Trends: Samsung ships 7 million Galaxy S phones
Quentyn Kennemer / Android Phone Fans: Samsung: Over 3 Million Americans Served with the Samsung Galaxy S
Amazon Announces 70-Percent Revenue Share Terms Now Available for Kindle Magazine and Newspaper Publishers — Starting today, publishers can use the new Kindle Publishing for Periodicals tool to more easily add content to the Kindle Periodicals Store — Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) …
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: Amazon Offers 70-30 Revenue Split for Kindle Magazine and Newspaper Publishers
Claire Cain Miller / Bits: Publishers to Get More Revenue Share From Amazon's Kindle
Leena Rao / TechCrunch: Amazon Introduces 70% Revenue Share For Kindle Magazine And Newspaper Publishers
Steven Musil / CNET News: Amazon to boost publishers' Kindle Store revenue
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: Amazon lures newspapers and magazines to Kindle with 70% revenue share
Jason Ankeny / FierceMobileContent: Amazon boosts Kindle royalties to publishers
Keith Dsouza / Techie Buzz: Amazon Announces 70% Revenue Share For Kindle Publishers
Mike Sachoff / WebProNews: Amazon Offers Higher Kindle Royalties For Publishers
Anand Srinivasan / Go Rumors: Amazon Kindle Publisher Revenue Share Raised To 70%
Dan Frommer / The Business Insider:
Amazon Opens The Door For An Apple Newspaper Store
Amazon Opens The Door For An Apple Newspaper Store
Discussion: The Tape and Kindle Review
Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry / The Tape: Who Says Folks Don't Read Anymore? EBook Market Reaches $1 BILLION
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
Behold Opera Mobile For Android: Speedy, Pinch-To-Zoom, Geolocation And More — Opera Software has released its (second) free mobile browser product for the Android platform. Grab the app, dubbed Opera Mobile 10.1 beta, now in Android Market or here. — Yes, Opera was already available for Android, in a fairly limited way.
Discussion: GigaOM, Opera Press Room, IntoMobile, Engadget, Computerworld, The Register, BlogsDNA, AppScout, Crave, TG Daily, Gadgetell, Download Squad, Inquirer, Go Rumors and Electronista
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: Opera Mobile 10.1 Beta for Android now available [Download it. Right now.]
Chris Ziegler / Engadget: Opera Mobile 10.1 for Android hits public beta
Mikael Ricknäs / Computerworld: Opera releases beta of Android browser
Bill Ray / The Register: Opera Mobile pops up on Android
Jordan Kahn / BlogsDNA: Opera Mobile 10.1 public beta hits Android Market
Terrance Gaines / AppScout: Android jumps on the Opera Mobile Bandwagon
Jessica Dolcourt / Crave: The gadget blog: Hands-on Opera Mobile beta browser for Android
Emma Woollacott / TG Daily: Opera Mobile comes to Android
Sebastian Anthony / Download Squad: Opera Mobile 10.1 beta for Android emerges, much the same as Opera Mini
Edward Berridge / Inquirer: Opera moves onto Android for free
Anand Srinivasan / Go Rumors: New Opera Mobile Browser For Android Released
Jack Purcher / Patently Apple:
Next-Gen iPhone Displays May Support Touch with Gloves On — Today's projection-type capacitive touch-panels are becoming increasingly popular with their adoption in devices like Apple's iPhone. Compared to resistive films, however, projection-type designs have been limited in terms of the range of objects that they could sense.
Discussion: 9 to 5 Mac, TiPb, Electricpig.co.uk, Shoutpedia and Macworld
Jonny Evans / 9 to 5 Mac: Will Apple give up some iPhone glove?
Andrew Wray / TiPb: Future iPhone to allow capacitive touch with gloves on?
Dan Moren / Macworld: Remains of the Day: Passive? Aggressive.
Owen Thomas / VentureBeat:
Amazon.com's secret retail empire — Jeff Bezos has a loud laugh. But Amazon.com's founder and CEO is keeping quiet about his expansion efforts, which now include sites as varied as BuyVIP.com, Zappos, and as of Monday, Diapers.com. — With its many acquisitions, Amazon.com is turning itself into a multibrand retailer.
Anand Srinivasan / Go Rumors: Is Amazon The AOL Of The eCommerce World?
Om Malik / GigaOM: Internet Oldies Go Shopping
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Khosla Wins the Bidding War for GroupMe, New York's Start-Up of the Moment — GroupMe, a New York start-up that lets users send group text messages on their cellphones, didn't exist in April. Now it's worth about $35 million. — Co-founders Jared Hecht and Steve Martocci have raised …
Chad Catacchio / The Next Web:
Video: Verizon's Brand New iPad Commercial — Was just watching some prime time television (yes, we actually do that from time to time) and we saw the pretty impressive iPad commercial from Verizon below. It certainly does two things we haven't really seen in an iPad commercial before …
Discussion: MacRumors, 9 to 5 Mac, AppleInsider, Electronista, Appolicious Advisor, O'Grady's PowerPage, everythingiCafe, CrunchGear, iThinkDifferent, Gizmodo and TUAW, Thanks:chadcat
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: Verizon Releases First iPad Commercial
Mark Gurman / 9 to 5 Mac: Verizon does an iPad commercial
Howard Wolinsky / Appolicious Advisor: Verizon iPad goes prime time. iPhone to follow?
Chris Barylick / O'Grady's PowerPage: Verizon launches ad showcasing iPad, Verizon MiFi unit
Tim Barribeau / everythingiCafe: Found Footage: Verizon's iPad Commercial
John Biggs / CrunchGear: Verizon's New Ad Flogs MiFi/iPad Mash-Up
Rosa Golijan / Gizmodo: The Verizon iPad Commercial
Dave Caolo / TUAW: Verizon iPad TV ad is out
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
Speedy Messaging App Kik Goes Viral, But Is It Cool With Apple's TOS? — Kik Messenger is a once in a lifetime startup success story, going from 0 to 1.5 million users in 18 days. Aside from being free, the app is available multi-platform and is insanely fast, in fact its speed is what sets …
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily:
Oracle Enlists Process Servers, Not PIs, to Find HP CEO — Oracle is still on the hunt for former SAP chief and current HP CEO Léo Apotheker, but it hasn't enlisted private investigators to track him down. — Sources in a position to know tell me that the PIs rumored to be searching …
Discussion: Network World, Pulse2, SiliconANGLE, InformationWeek, Digits, Wall Street Journal, Between the Lines Blog, Inquirer, Geek.com and GMSV
Paul McNamara / Network World: HP and 'Where's Leo?' parlor game crash Oracle/SAP trial
Cherr Aira Quintana / SiliconANGLE: Drama Overload: SAP Owes Oracle $4 Billion
Sam Diaz / Between the Lines Blog: Oracle vs. SAP: Catz offers real-world insight that Ellison doesn't have
Spencer Dalziel / Inquirer: Oracle hires a private eye to track down HP's CEO
John Brownlee / Geek.com: Oracle has private investigators looking for HP's new CEO
Levi Sumagaysay / GMSV: Quoted: Because billions are hard to grasp, Safra Catz breaks it down
Miguel Helft / Bits:
Bill Campbell on Coaching RockMelt and Google vs. Apple — In Silicon Valley, where even mid-level executives seem to be escorted by public relations handlers, Bill Campbell is a bit of an exception. An elder statesman of the tech industry, he prefers to remain out of the limelight.
Discussion: Fortune, MediaPost, Internet Evolution and Electronista
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune: Why ‘The Coach’ left Google
Laurie Sullivan / MediaPost: RockMelt Browser Finds Future Of Social And Search
Nicole Ferraro / Internet Evolution: Stop Yourself, Marc Andreessen
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
A Pivotal Pivot — By all measurements, the new picture sharing service, Instagram, is exploding. A week after their launch, they had 100,000 users. A week later: 200,000. A week after that: 300,000. And then they were made Apple's App of the Week in the App Store.
Mary Pilon / Digits:
What Your Smartphone Says About Your Spending — Your smartphone might say something about your credit-card spending. — Users of Apple's iPhone spend significantly more on their credit cards than Blackberry, Windows Mobile or Android users, according to data from Pageonce Inc., a financial account aggregator.
Discussion: App Advice, mocoNews, Pageonce Blog, Gizmodo, IntoMobile and VentureBeat
Bryan Wolfe / App Advice: Do iPhone Users Have More Debt?
Ingrid Lunden / mocoNews: IPhone Users Spend More Money, But Give Operators Less Arpu
April Dykman / Pageonce Blog: A Phone Says More Than You Think — This is a post from Steve Schultz, COO of Pageonce.
Brian Barrett / Gizmodo: That iPhone Is Burning a Hole In Your Pocket
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: iPhone users typically charge about $6900 to their credit cards …
Matthew Lynley / VentureBeat: iPhone users pay the least for monthly wireless service
Liz Shannon Miller / GigaOM:
Movieclips Gains $3M for Clip Curation — Film clip provider Movieclips.com has raised a Series A round of $3 million from venture capital firms Shasta Ventures and First Round Capital, as well as angel investors including Jeff Clavier of SoftTech VC, Aydin Senkut of Felicis Ventures …
Discussion: VatorNews, TechCrunch and MediaMemo
Ronny Kerr / VatorNews: Movieclips picks up $3 million Series A round
Zee / The Next Web:
Meet Twezr. Possible the only Social Networking iPhone App you'll need. — Twezr for the iPhone calls itself a “personal organizer - the best way to stay in sync with your close friends and co-workers”. And you know what, for once, this company might actually be on the mark.
Discussion: VentureBeat, Scobleizer and Shoutpedia
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: Twezr launches one-stop iPhone app for email and social networking
Robert Scoble / Scobleizer: First look: Twezr, really great social contacts for iPhone
Enigmax / TorrentFreak:
LimeWire Resurrected By Secret Dev Team — Last month, the Gnutella-based file-sharing client LimeWire was effectively outlawed after a U.S. federal judge granted a request from the RIAA to shut the software down. Now, not even a month later, LimeWire is back as good as new.
Matthew Humphries / Geek.com: LimeWire is back as LimeWire Pirate Edition
Emil Protalinski / TechSpot: It's back: LimeWire Pirate Edition debuts
Kyle Bylin / hypebot: Can The RIAA Kill A Zombie? LimeWire Resurrected.
Brian Heater / Gearlog: LimeWire Reborn as LimeWire Pirate Edition
Stacey Higginbotham / GigaOM:
The Economics of Servers Could Soon Change — Marvell said today that it has built a chip designed for servers that uses the same architecture as chips inside cell phones. The chip's four 1.6 GHz processors aren't notable for their performance compared to today's server chips, which use the x86 architecture used by Intel and AMD.
Discussion: The Register, Marvell and Computerworld
Timothy Prickett Morgan / The Register: Marvell fires first shot in ARM-x64 server scrap
Agam Shah / Computerworld: Arm faces uphill battle in server market