Chris Yeh / delicious blog:
What's Next for Delicious — Many of you have read the news stories about Delicious that began appearing yesterday. We're genuinely sorry to have these stories appear with so little context for our loyal users. While we can't answer each of your questions individually …
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Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land: Yahoo, You Flubbed News About The Future Of Delicious, Not The Press
Richi Jennings / Computerworld: No, Yahoo! isn't killing Del.icio.us
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: Now Yahoo! Says Delicious Will Live On...Somewhere Else
Matthew Lynley / VentureBeat: Delicious dilemma: Who will buy Yahoo's faded Web 2.0 star?
Caroline McCarthy / CNET News: Delicious to jump ship from Yahoo, not shutter
Dan Frommer / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider: Delicious Founder “Not Sure” Yet About Recreating (Or Buying) Delicious
John Gruber / Daring Fireball: What's Next for Delicious?
Bertrand Vasquez / Erictric: Yahoo Decides Not to Discontinue Delicious After All
Kevin Purdy / Lifehacker: The Best Alternatives to Delicious
Courtney Boyd Myers / The Next Web: Official: Delicious is NOT Shutting Down
Sardar Mohkim Khan / Startup Meme: Delicious Is Not Shutting Down, Definitely Looking For Life Outside Yahoo!
Simon Mackie / GigaOM: 5 Delicious Alternatives — Updated: According to a leaked …
Jason Chen / Gizmodo: Delicious Being Sold, Not Shut Down
Andrew Sinkov / Evernote Blogcast: Making the transition from Delicious to Evernote
Robert Quigley / Geekosystem: Delicious Says It's Not Shutting Down, but It's Not Staying at Yahoo Either
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Delicious Is Not Shutting Down, But Yahoo! Wants To Spin Them Off
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Yahoo Has Hit Rock Bottom And Is In “Absolute Disarray” — Yahoo has hit rock bottom. They've now, finally, had their layoffs. Those that are left are keeping their resumes fresh and don't expect to stay there over the long term. Everything we hear from employees boils down to this - the company is in “absolute disarray.”
Discussion: CNNMoney.com, GigaOM, Computerworld, MediaPost, SmoothSpan Blog, virtualeconomics, TUAW, eSarcasm and Epicenter
Julianne Pepitone / CNNMoney.com: Yahoo targets Buzz, AltaVista, Delicious for death
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM: Painful or Not, Yahoo is Doing What It Needs To
Robert X. Cringely / Computerworld: RIP, AltaVista and Google Wave; we hardly knew ye
Gavin O'Malley / MediaPost: Yahoo To Shutter Technology Driven Divisions Including Delicious
Seamusmccauley / virtualeconomics: Yahoo arrives 24 hours late to its own wake
Sam Gustin / Epicenter: Yahoo Shutters Delicious, Buzz, AltaVista
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Yahoo Trying To Unload Del.icio.us, Not Shut It Down — Yesterday, a leaked internal Yahoo slide brought us the news that Yahoo will soon be shuttering Del.icio.us, the bookmarking service it bought a few years back. Today, Yahoo has released a statement on the group's blog.
Discussion: This is going to be BIG!, digiphile, SAI, Search Engine Land, Regular Geek and ProgrammableWeb
Charlie O'Donnell / This is going to be BIG!: Delicious Closing Leaves a Bad Taste in My Mouth
Rob Diana / Regular Geek: Yahoo Is Totally Missing The Point
Romin Irani / ProgrammableWeb: Yahoo Kills Delicious, Triggers Massive Backlash
Gideon Wald / Google Webmaster Central Blog:
New hacked site notifications in search results — Today we've added a new notification to our search results that helps people know when a site may have been hacked. We've provided notices for malware for years, which also involve a separate warning page.
Discussion: The Register, MediaMemo, eWeek, Search Engine Land, ZDNet, Pulse2, Krebs on Security, Erictric and The Official Google Blog
Dan Goodin / The Register: Google beefs search result malware warning
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo: Careful Where You Click! Google Flags Hacked Sites
Brian Prince / eWeek: Google Adds Hacked Site Alarm for Search Results
Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Land: Google Adds Site Hacked Notifications To Search Results
Andy Smith / ZDNet: Google adds warnings in search for shady sites
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Google Now Has Hacked Site Notifications In Search Results
Bertrand Vasquez / Erictric: Google Now Labels Hacked Websites as ‘Compromised’ in Search Results
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
Word Lens Translates Words Inside of Images. Yes Really. — Ever been confused at a restaurant in a foreign country and wish you could just scan your menu with your iPhone and get an instant translation? Well as of today you are one step closer thanks to Word Lens from QuestVisual.
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Molly McHugh / Digital Trends: New translation app Word Lens will blow your mind
Michael Santo / Examiner: Word Lens iOS app performs in-image translation
Ben Patterson / Yahoo! News: iPhone app instantly translates Spanish into English
W.J. Hennigan / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Word Lens enables iPhone users to instantly translate Spanish to English
David Chartier / PC World: Word Lens Translates Text With Your IPhone Camera
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Augmented Reality Word Lens iPhone App Translates Words Through …
Charlie Sorrel / Gadget Lab: Word Lens: Augmented Reality App Translates Street Signs Instantly
Kyle VanHemert / Gizmodo: App of the Day: Word Lens for iPhone
Michelle Castillo / Techland: New App Lets Your Phone Become a Translation Tool
Wilson Rothman / msnbc.com: Word Lens app translates signs, but ¡cuidado!
Emil Protalinski / TechSpot: Word Lens: translate in real time with just your phone's camera
Dan Frommer / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider: Here's The Amazing “Word Lens” iPhone App Everyone Is Talking About This Morning
Victor Agreda, Jr / TUAW: Word Lens hands-on: Does it really translate text in real-time?
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: Word Lens iPhone app combines instant text translation with augmented reality
Andrew Munchbach / BGR: Word Lens uses your smartphone camera to translate text on the fly
Brian Heater / Gearlog: Word Lens: iPhone App of the Year?
Brad Linder / mobiputing: Word Lens for iOS attempts to provide real-time text translation through your camera
Kate Taylor / TG Daily: App translates signs and menus in real time
Robert Quigley / Geekosystem: Word Lens Instantly Translates Text Using an iPhone's Camera
Matthew Humphries / Geek.com: Word Lens translates text using the iPhone camera in real-time
Scott Budman / NBC Bay Area: New Translation App? Eso Es Increible!
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: Video: Word Lens finally makes augmented reality useful [Instant …
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: Word Lens, a new app for the iPhone, looks at any printed text through …
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: VIDEO: Word Lens - the instant iPhone translator
Mac Slocum / O'Reilly Radar: Video pick: A real-time translating app
Tom Warren / Neowin.net: New iPhone app translates words in real-time
Sean Hollister / Engadget:
Word Lens augmented reality app instantly translates whatever you point it at
Word Lens augmented reality app instantly translates whatever you point it at
Discussion: MobileWhack.com, 9 to 5 Mac, Gizmodo and TUAW
Mark Rollins / MobileWhack.com: Word Lens Translation App uses augmented reality
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: Word Lens augmented reality translator blows our minds
Kat Hannaford / Gizmodo: Translate Signs and Menus Instantly Using Word Lens' Crazy-Amazing iPhone App
Kelly Hodgkins / TUAW: Word Lens: an augmented reality language translator for iPhone
Sarah Lacy / TechCrunch:
Google Takes Another Big Step to Retain Employees: Autonomous Business Units — There's a lie that companies and entrepreneurs tell themselves in order to commit to an acquisition. … It usually works for a little while, but big company bureaucracy- whether it's HR, politics or just endless meetings- almost always creeps in.
Wall Street Journal:
Amazon Can't Dent iTunes — On the day Apple Inc. rolled out the Beatles' catalog on its iTunes Store, Amazon.com Inc. fired back with a digital exclusive of its own: The latest album from rap-rocker Kid Rock—whose music still isn't available on iTunes—for just $3.99.
Discussion: Examiner, MediaPost, TechEye, TUAW, The Tech Report, MacRumors, Beyond Search, blogs.chron.com, SlashGear, Music Ally, 9 to 5 Mac, The Next Web, Digital Trends, hypebot and iLounge, more at Mediagazer »
Michael Santo / Examiner: iTunes owns nearly 2/3 of online music download sales: report
Gavin O'Malley / MediaPost: Do Amazon Price Cuts Hurt Music Labels?
Matthew Finnegan / TechEye: Apple's iTunes continues to triumph over Amazon in digital music market
Geoff Gasior / The Tech Report: Amazon MP3 sales up, Apple still rules market
Stephen E. Arnold / Beyond Search: Price Cutting: An Online Mystery
Martin Bryant / The Next Web: Apple dominates US digital music market with 66.2% share
Jeffrey Van Camp / Digital Trends: iTunes has 66 pct of digital music market, Amazon 13 pct
Bruce Houghton / hypebot: iTunes Dominance Of Digital Music Growing
Charles Starrett / iLounge: iTunes holds 66% share of music download market in Q3
Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica:
Apple owns 66% of online music market, Amazon second at 13%
Apple owns 66% of online music market, Amazon second at 13%
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Online Music Market Share: Apple At 66% and Amazon.com At 13%
Doug Aamoth / Techland: Oh Amazon, Why Can't You Be More Like iTunes?
Brian Heater / Gearlog: iTunes Still Dominating Music Market
Om Malik / GigaOM:
RIM In Talks To Buy Gist — RIM, the company behind the iconic mobile-messaging platform BlackBerry, is said to be in talks to acquire Seattle-based startup Gist, according to industry sources. While the deal is said to be nearly done, there is always a fair chance that the two parties might not come to an agreement.
Discussion: VentureBeat, Pulse2, SocialTimes.com, mocoNews, IntoMobile, FierceMobileContent, Know Your Cell, Electronista, TechFlash and Xconomy
Matthew Lynley / VentureBeat: Will RIM buy social data aggregator Gist to strengthen its hold …
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: RIM May Buy Gist
Neil Vidyarthi / SocialTimes.com: What Would RIM Gain From Acquiring Gist's Contact-Aggregator Service?
Ingrid Lunden / mocoNews: Report: RIM Said To Be Buying Business Contact Organizer Gist
Simon Sage / IntoMobile: RIM to Buy Gist Contact Management Next?
Jason Cipriani / Know Your Cell: RIM rumored to be in talks with Gist regarding acquisition
Luke Timmerman / Xconomy: Report: RIM to Buy Gist
Alastair Goldfisher / PE Hub Blog:
Facebook To Make About 15 Talent Acquisitions in 2011 — Next year, look for Facebook to make plenty of small acquisitions to beef up its engineering expertise, like it did with Hot Potato and Drop.io this fall. — That was the message from Michael Brown, corporate development manager at Facebook …
Discussion: ReadWriteWeb, ZDNet, All Facebook and The Atlantic Online
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: Facebook Says it Will Acquire 15 Companies in 2011, Up 2X From 2010
Rich Harris / ZDNet: Facebook redefines the ‘big fish’
Jackie Cohen / All Facebook: Facebook May Buy 15 Small Companies Next Year
Nicholas Jackson / The Atlantic Online: Facebook Will Acquire 15 New Companies in 2011
Peter Kafka / MediaMemo:
Rupert Murdoch's “Daily” iPad Newspaper Set for January Launch — Want to get a gander at “the Daily,” Rupert Murdoch's much-discussed but still sorta-secret iPad newspaper? Wait a month. — News Corp. plans to launch the publication the week of January 17, multiple sources tell me.
Discussion: App Advice, Fortune, MacRumors, MediaPost, Digital Trends, Pulse2, 9 to 5 Mac, The Next Web, MacStories, SlashGear, Macgasm, BGR, Electronista, everythingiCafe, Know Your Mobile, iGadgetsReport, Erictric, TUAW and SAI, more at Mediagazer »
Bryan Wolfe / App Advice: Rumor: “The Daily” Coming January 17
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune: Rupert Murdoch's The (iPad) Daily gets a launch date - sort of
Gavin O'Malley / MediaPost: ‘The Daily’ Sets Date
Molly McHugh / Digital Trends: Rumor: The Daily is coming January 17
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: News Corp Plans To Launch iPad Newspaper “The Daily” In January
Cleve Nettles / 9 to 5 Mac: iPad ‘Daily’ Mag to drop Jan 17th
Courtney Boyd Myers / The Next Web: Rupert Murdoch's iPad Newspaper, “The Daily” Set To Launch January 17th
Federico Viticci / MacStories: The Daily Coming In January with iTunes App Subscriptions?
Joshua Schnell / Macgasm: Rumor: Murdoch's Daily coming January 17th, what about iPad 2?
Jonathan S. Geller / BGR: ‘The Daily’ iPad newspaper to launch in January
Tim Barribeau / everythingiCafe: Murdoch's iPad Paper “Daily” Set For January 17?
Richard Goodwin / Know Your Mobile: Murdoch's The Daily hitting iPad on January 17
Eric Calouro / Erictric: iPad's ‘Daily’ Newspaper Arriving on the Week of January 17
Dave Caolo / TUAW: “Daily” iPad newspaper to launch January 17
Dan Frommer / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider: Steve Jobs “May Or May Not” Help Rupert Murdoch Launch “The Daily” iPad Newspaper
Jon Ying / The Dropbox Blog:
Dropbox hits 1.0! — Hey everyone! — We're super excited to announce the new hotness that we've been cooking up for the past few months: Dropbox 1.0! In addition to hundreds (yep, hundreds) of bug fixes, vastly reduced resource usage (think of it as the Prius model of Dropbox) …
Discussion: TechCrunch, PC World, Gadget Lab, SiliconANGLE, Appletell, Know Your Cell, Pulse2, GigaOM, Lifehacker, TechSpot, GottaBeMobile, AppScout, Techie Buzz, Download Squad, Electronista, Computerworld, Geek.com, Softpedia News, CloudAve, gHacks Technology News, Engadget, Gadgetell and Phone Scoop
Devin Coldewey / TechCrunch: Dropbox Hits 1.0, Adds Features
Keir Thomas / PC World: Dropbox Makes Cloud Syncing Faster and More Selective
Brian X. Chen / Gadget Lab: Dropbox Cloud Storage Goes 1.0, Gains Selective Sync
Maria Deutscher / SiliconANGLE: Dropbox: Version 1.0 Enhancing the Personal Cloud
Bill Stiteler / Appletell: Dropbox 1.0 released
Jason Cipriani / Know Your Cell: Dropbox launches version 1.0
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Dropbox Announces Version 1.0
Ryan Kim / GigaOM: Dropbox Grows Up With Version 1.0
Adam Dachis / Lifehacker: Dropbox Hits Version 1.0, Brings Big Performance Boosts and Selective Sync
Emil Protalinski / TechSpot: Dropbox finally hits version 1.0
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile: Dropbox Out of Beta Releases Version 1.0 Adds Selective Syncing of Folders
Eric Griffith / AppScout: Dropbox Matures into 1.0, Adds Selective Sync
Krishnan Subramanian / CloudAve: Dropbox Releases Version 1.0 With New Features
Joseph L. Flatley / Engadget: Dropbox celebrates version 1.0, throws selective sync into the mix
Eric M. Zeman / Phone Scoop: Dropbox File Sharing Tool Reaches 1.0
Nicholas Carlson / SAI:
Facebook Stock Sold At $56 Billion Valuation In “Significantly Oversubscribed” Auction — Private shares market Sharespost just sold 165,000 Facebook shares for $25 each. That price implies a $56 billion valuation of Facebook. — In an email to members, Sharespost said that because the auction was …
Discussion: VatorNews, All Facebook and Shades of Green
Ronny Kerr / VatorNews: Facebook valuation skyrockets to $60 billion
Jackie Cohen / All Facebook: Facebook Soars To $59.4 Billion Valuation
Vint Cerf / The Official Google Blog:
Governments shouldn't have a monopoly on Internet governance — The beauty of the Internet is that it's not controlled by any one group. Its governance is bottoms-up—with academics, non-profits, companies and governments all working to improve this technological wonder of the modern world.
Discussion: 901am, Thanks:hornokplease
John Hilvert / iTnews:
UN mulls internet regulation options
UN mulls internet regulation options
Discussion: CNET News, The Huffington Post, As Seen Through PeriVisioN and p2pnet
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Parents to kids: No Internet for you
As Seen Through PeriVisioN: Review: Testing out the Google Body Browser, tips for viewing on older computers
Christopher Finke / Less Talk, More Do:
Tapsure: Better password input on mobile devices — Typing passwords on mobile devices sucks. If you have even a reasonably strong password (one that includes letters, numbers, and special characters), it can take more than a few seconds to type it out on a phone's keypad or on-screen keyboard.
Amir Efrati / Wall Street Journal:
Google Rejects Connecticut Request for Wi-Fi Data — Connecticut's attorney general said Friday his office may take legal action against Google Inc. after the Internet company rejected his request to turn over personal data it collected inadvertently from unsecured wireless networks.
Discussion: CNET News, L.A. Times Tech Blog, Between the Lines Blog, SAI, TechEye, Electronista, Mercury News and Reuters
Tom Krazit / CNET News: Google, CT headed for showdown over Street View
W.J. Hennigan / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Google refuses Connecticut attorney general's request for data
Matt Rosoff / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider: Google Fails To Turn Over Privacy Data
C Shanti / TechEye: Google tells Connecticut to get lost, buddy
Mike Swift / Mercury News: Google refuses demand for Street View data
Diane Bartz / Reuters: Google rebuffs Connecticut over Street View request
Andrew Miller / Google Mobile Blog:
Under the hood of Google Maps 5.0 for Android — (Cross-posted from the Official Google Blog) — Yesterday we introduced Google Maps 5.0 for Android with two significant new features: 3D interaction and offline reliability. In order to create these features, we rebuilt Maps using vector graphics …
Discussion: Pocket-lint, SiliconANGLE, GT Mobiles, Android Phone Fans, Softpedia News, Inquirer and Search Engine Roundtable
Chris Hall / Pocket-lint: Google Maps 5 explored
Cherr Aira Quintana / SiliconANGLE: Google Pushes Local Maps Integration, Bing Releases Promising Paradigms
David Neal / Inquirer: Google re-invents the Maps app
Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Roundtable: 3D & Offline Mode Comes To Google Maps on Android
Jim Romenesko / Poynter Online:
Memo: 'Gawker tech team didn't adequately secure our platform' — “On several fronts — technically, as well as customer support and communication — we found ourselves unprepared to handle this eventuality,” says Gawker chief technology officer Thomas Plunkett's memo to staff.
Panos Ipeirotis / A Computer Scientist …:
Mechanical Turk: Now with 40.92% spam. — At this point, Amazon Mechanical Turk has reached the mainstream. Pretty much everyone knows about the concept. Post small tasks online, pay people cents, and get thousands of micro-tasks completed. — Unfortunately, this resulted in some unfortunate trends.
Discussion: Forbes, ReadWriteWeb and SAI
Rawn Shah / Forbes: Spam Hurts Crowdsourcing But Can't Kill It
Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: 40% of New Mechanical Turkers' Work Requests Are Now For Spamming …
Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry / SAI: 40% Of Amazon's Mechanical Turk Is Spam
Nilay Patel / Engadget:
Palm's tablet is codenamed ‘Topaz,’ keyboard accessory leaks out — Okay, it's not exactly the new webOS hardware we've been waiting for, but we just got this shot of a Palm Bluetooth keyboard from a trusted source — we're told it's an accessory for Palm's upcoming tablet, which is codenamed “Topaz.”
Discussion: PhoneDog.com, Everything webOS, MobileWhack.com, SlashGear, PreCentral.net and Electronista
Alex Wagner / PhoneDog.com: Rumor: Palm's tablet codenamed Topaz, new low-end webOS phone on the way
Christopher Meinck / Everything webOS: webOS Tablet is codenamed ‘Topaz’, works with keyboard accessory
Jeff Baker / MobileWhack.com: Palm's webOS Tablet Codenamed ‘Topaz’, Bluetooth Keyboard Accessory Gets Leaked
Patricia Cohen / New York Times:
In 500 Billion Words, New Window on Culture — With little fanfare, Google has made a mammoth database culled from nearly 5.2 million digitized books available to the public for free downloads and online searches, opening a new landscape of possibilities for research and education in the humanities.
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Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb: 10 Fascinating Word Graphs, From 200 Years of Google Books
Molly McHugh / Digital Trends: New Google application offers a history on language
Kris Snibbe / Harvard University Gazette: Oh, the humanity … Researchers have been tracking the frequency …
Seth Weintraub / Fortune: Google Ngram tool is a boon for academics
Christopher Dawson / Googling Google Blog: Google launches Body Browser, language database
Joab Jackson / Computerworld: Google debuts text analysis tools
Robert Lee Hotz / Wall Street Journal: Word-Wide Web Launches
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch: The Fall And Rise Of Twitter In English Literature
Patricia Cohen / ArtsBeat: Finding Needles in Google's 500-Billion-Word Haystack
Dana Chivvis / AOL News: ‘Pants’ Up, ‘Trousers’ Down on Google's Ngram Viewer
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Google's Ngram Viewer: A time machine for wordplay
Sebastian Anthony / Download Squad: Google Books now lets you compare word and phrase frequency in 5.2 million books
Emma Woollacott / TG Daily: Google launches tool tracking cultural trends
Alexandra Silver / newsfeed.time.com: Culturomics: Google Tracks Culture Trends Through Books
Matthew Hurst / Data Mining: Trending Terms in Google's Book Corpus
Horace Dediu / asymco:
92 percent of RIM's sales growth came from outside the US — First, a round-up of the quarter's numbers: — 14.2 million devices shipped, sell-through: 12.3 million — expect to ship 14.5 to 15 million units in the next quarter — ASP of approximately $315 — US, UK and Canada are 56% of sales
Discussion: GigaOM, MediaPost and IntoMobile
Kevin C. Tofel / GigaOM: RIM Looks to Distant Shores, Tablets For Growth
Gavin O'Malley / MediaPost: RIM Loses U.S. Share, Gains Worldwide
Simon Sage / IntoMobile: 92% of BlackBerry Sales Growth is Outside the U.S.
Newspapers and Magazines Coming to Amazon's Buy Once, Read Everywhere Kindle Apps - Starting with Kindle for Android — All of the features customers love about Kindle newspapers and magazines coming to Kindle for Android, including convenience of automatic overnight delivery of subscriptions …
Discussion: Fast Company, Engadget, GigaOM, mocoNews, TechCrunch, The Next Web, Pocket-lint, IntoMobile, Between the Lines Blog and dailywireless.org, Thanks:richdemuro
James Kendrick / GigaOM: Kindle for Android Gets Periodicals, In-App Store
Ingrid Lunden / mocoNews: Jon Rubinstein Joins The Board Of Amazon
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch: Kindle For Android Update Lets Users Buy And Sync 100+ Newspapers, Magazines
Courtney Boyd Myers / The Next Web: Amazon Introduces “Buy Once, Read Everywhere” …
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: Android Kindle app delivers newspapers and magazines
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines Blog: Amazon names HP's Rubinstein to board, brings periodicals to Android Kindle app
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: Kindle for Android, Version 2.0
Neil Hughes / AppleInsider:
Apple bulking up iOS development team with navigation software experts — Apple this week put out a call for a number of new software engineers for its iOS development team, indicating it wants candidates that have experience developing navigation software.
Discussion: MacRumors, pocketnow.com, RCR Wireless News and TUAW
Stephen Schenck / pocketnow.com: Apple Building Team for GPS Navigation App Project?
Matt Kapko / RCR Wireless News: Apple bulks up iOS development staff as expected Verizon launch nears
Kelly Hodgkins / TUAW: Apple hiring iOS navigation software experts
Chris Ziegler / Engadget:
Android 2.3 Gingerbread's source code now available — Want to dig through 2.3 and see what all the fuss is about for yourself? Well, you're in luck, because Gingerbread has just hit the Android Open Source Project's repository, which means you can set up your machine to download the code.
Discussion: Inquirer, Droid Life, BGR, MobileWhack.com, Android Phone Fans, Electronista and Know Your Cell
Lawrence Latif / Inquirer: Google's Nexus S gets rooted on the day of its release
Andrew Munchbach / BGR: Android 2.3 source code being pushed to master branch
Jeff Baker / MobileWhack.com: Google Releases Android ‘Gingerbread’ 2.3 Source Code - Hackers, Start Your Engines
Kevin Krause / Android Phone Fans: Gingerbread Source Released, Heading to AOSP Now
Sean Fallon / Know Your Cell: Android 2.3 Gingerbread source code released