Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
Facebook Close To Naming Sun Microsystems Campus As New Headquarters — It's been less than two years since Facebook moved into its 150,000 square foot office space at 1601 South California Ave in Palo Alto, but the rapidly growing company is already itching for a new home.
Discussion: All Facebook
Jackie Cohen / All Facebook: Will Facebook Move To Former Sun Microsystems Campus?
Kellex / Droid Life:
Verizon Drops Galaxy Tab Price to $499, Tosses in $60 in Free Movie Rentals (Updated) — Is Verizon ringing in the New Year with a price drop to its Samsung Galaxy Tab (our review)? According to one of our peeps and that picture above, stores should be changing out displays to reflect a $499 price change …
Discussion: Fortune, Liliputing, Android Community, Erictric, AndroidSPIN, GottaBeMobile and Engadget
Seth Weintraub / Fortune: Galaxy Tab drops to $500 on Verizon with $60 in movie rentals
Brad Linder / Liliputing: Verizon drops Samsung Galaxy Tab price to $499
Eric Calouro / Erictric: Verizon's Samsung Galaxy Tab Price Gets Slashed to $499
David W / AndroidSPIN: Galaxy Tab Gets Price Cut on Verizon
Warner Crocker / GottaBeMobile: Verizon Drops Price on Samsung Galaxy Tab to $499
Verizon cuts Galaxy Tab to $500 to fend off iPad, Droid Xoom — Verizon was discovered tonight to be cutting the price of the Galaxy Tab to $500 contract-free. The steep, $100 drop should take effect soon and will also include $60 of movie rentals from Blockbuster's app or Samsung's Media Hub.
Paul Miller / Engadget:
Windows and Mac OS X make it onto the Cr-48, look great in matte black — Google built the Cr-48 with hacking in mind, so it's no surprise that we're seeing other operating systems crop up. Still, it's fun to watch, and enterprising hackers have got most of the usual suspects up and running …
Discussion: 9 to 5 Mac, Techie Buzz, Liliputing and WinBeta
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: Bap! MacOS running on Cr-48 Google laptops
Keith Dsouza / Techie Buzz: Google Cr-48 Hacked To Run Windows 7 and Mac OS X
Graham Bowley / New York Times:
The New Speed of Money, Reshaping Markets — Secaucus, N.J. — A SUBSTANTIAL part of all stock trading in the United States takes place in a warehouse in a nondescript business park just off the New Jersey Turnpike. — Few humans are present in this vast technological sanctum, known as New York Four.
Mike Melanson / ReadWriteWeb:
Wikipedia Raises $16 Million to Remain Ad-Free — The Wikimedia Foundation announced this morning that it has reached its goal of $16 million in record time, more than doubling the $7.5 million the organization raised in 2009. The foundation, which is the non-profit parent organization …
Discussion: wikimediafoundation.org, The Atlantic Online, Examiner, Geekosystem and Go Rumors, Thanks:rwwmike
Nicholas Jackson / The Atlantic Online: Wikipedia Raises $16 Million, Stops Asking for Donations
Michael Santo / Examiner: Wikipedia nears 10 years as Foundation reaches fundraising goal in record time
Susana Polo / Geekosystem: Wikimedia Reaches Its Fundraiser Goals; No More Giant Jimmy Wales Banners?
Anand Srinivasan / Go Rumors: Wikipedia Fundraising Ends - Celebrates A Decade Of Existence
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
How Space Jam's Website Went Viral. Space Jam's 1996 Website, That Is. — A couple of days ago Reddit user Jeff Ubelhor was talking to his friends about something or other and Space Jam, the movie starring Bugs Bunny and Michael Jordan, came up (he swears they weren't stoned).
Chris Ziegler / Engadget:
Clear iSpot discontinued already — Well, that certainly didn't last very long, did it? Looks like Clear is already sending its unusual iSpot product to the great WiMAX network in the sky less than five months after its introduction. As a refresher, the iSpot's claim to fame …
Discussion: Gadgetell, Network World, BGR, FierceWireless, IntoMobile, Gizmodo, MobileCrunch, SiliconANGLE and iClarified
Shawn Ingram / Gadgetell: Clear discontinues iOS device-only iSpot
Stephen Lawson / Network World: Clearwire Chairman Craig McCaw to resign
Andrew Munchbach / BGR: Clear discontinues Apple-centric 4G iSpot
Marin Perez / IntoMobile: Has the Clear iSpot been discontinued?
Rosa Golijan / Gizmodo: Clear iSpot Discontinued
Greg Kumparak / MobileCrunch: Clear iSpot gets discontinued
Madalena David / SiliconANGLE: Clearwire is Facing Troublesome Times
Thomas Houston / Switched:
The Best Tech Writing of 2010 — Writing, whether it appeared in print or on a blog, was dissected, critiqued, relinked and shared faster than ever in 2010. Just take a look at the recent arguments on the Lamo/Manning Wikileaks chat logs between Salon's Glenn Greenwald and Wired's Kevin Poulsen …
Discussion: Techmeme News
Gabe Rivera / Techmeme News: The 50 biggest tech stories of 2010
Emily Wood / The Official Google Blog:
Google blogging in 2010
Google blogging in 2010
Seth Weintraub / Fortune: Want 10 million uniques/day? Put a link on Google's homepage
Rasmussen: 1 In 5 Want Neutrality Regs - But do people know what neutrality is? Does Rasmussen? — According to a new survey of 1,000 likely voters by Rasmussen Reports, just 21% of those surveyed “want the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to regulate the Internet as it does radio and television.”
Discussion: Rasmussen Reports, CNET News, Post Tech, Ars Technica, Digital Trends, PC Magazine, The Huffington Post, GamePolitics News, MacDailyNews and CrunchGear
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Most don't want the FCC to regulate the Internet
Hayley Tsukayama / Post Tech: The Circuit: Facebook more popular than Google, online spending, Honda's data stolen
Matthew Lasar / Ars Technica: New poll: 1 in 5 of Americans want 'Net regulated like TV
Aemon Malone / Digital Trends: Survey finds majority of voters oppose the FCC's regulation of the Internet
Chloe Albanesius / PC Magazine: 54 Percent of Voters Oppose FCC Net Neutrality Rules, Report Says
Nicholas Deleon / CrunchGear: Poll: Only 21 Percent Of ‘Likely US Voters’ Support Net Neutrality
Sascha Segan / PC Magazine:
CES 2011 Preview: Phones and Tablets — Dual-core and 4G phones will muscle their way to the fore at CES this year. — CES is traditionally the beginning of a busy season for cell phone and tablet announcements, but it's not the end of the story. With Mobile World Congress coming …
Glenn Chapman / Agence France Presse:
Tablets galore on tap at major CES gadget fest
Tablets galore on tap at major CES gadget fest
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune: The Island of Misfit Tablets
Mark Gurman / 9 to 5 Mac:
New Year's 2011 breaks non-recurring iPhone alarm clocks (update: auto-fixes) — According to multiple users expressing their frustration through Twitter, come New Years 2011 (where ever you are) your iPhone alarm clock won't function correctly. You may recall a similar bug in iOS …
Discussion: AppleInsider, CNET News, Neowin.net, Thoughts from the Sidelines, LAPTOP Magazine, Redmond Pie, App Advice, PC Magazine, Gizmodo, BlogsDNA, MobileBurn.com, iPhone Savior, Examiner, Fortune, Gawker, PalmAddicts, Go Rumors, The Huffington Post, PhoneArena, MacDailyNews, OS X Daily, TUAW, Erictric, iClarified, IntoMobile, iLounge, Engadget, PC World and Macgasm, Thanks:markgurman
Edward Moyer / CNET News: Plane to catch tomorrow? Beware iPhone's alarm
Matthew Jones / Neowin.net: Alarm clock bug hits iPhones, iPads and iPods
Chris Smith / Thoughts from the Sidelines: How to Fix iPhone Alarm Bug: Recurring Alarms Or Wait Until January 3 …
Jamall Oluokun / LAPTOP Magazine: My iPhone Didn't Wake Me Up: NYE 2011 Breaks iPhone Alarm
Taimur Asad / Redmond Pie: iPhone Alarm Clocks Will Not Work On New Year's Day 2011. Here's How To Fix It !
Alexander Vaughn / App Advice: Beware: 2011 Breaks iOS Alarm Functionality
David Murphy / PC Magazine: iPhone Glitch Temporarily Kills Alarms in 2011
Khizer Hayat Farooq / BlogsDNA: New Year Welcomes iPhone With An Alarm Bug
Ray Basile / iPhone Savior: Apple Confirms Quick Fix for iPhone Alarm Issue
Michael Santo / Examiner: iOS alarms not working: welcome to the New Year
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune: Wake up, iPhone!
Adrian Chen / Gawker: The iPhone Alarm Bug That Made You Late for Work
Sammual James McLoughlin / PalmAddicts: iPhone alarm problem
Anand Srinivasan / Go Rumors: iPhone Alarm Bug - Malfunction Reports On New Year Day
Chris Rawson / TUAW: iPhone alarms may fail to activate on New Year's Day
Mike Norris / Erictric: iPhone Alarm Bug Goes Into Effect 1/1/11.
Kelly Hodgkins / IntoMobile: PSA: iPhone alarms fail on New Year's Day 2011 [update]
Jeremy Horwitz / iLounge: 2011 brings iPhone alarm failures, fix offered
Joshua Topolsky / Engadget: PSA: iPhone alarms not working come New Year's Day 2011
Jason Snell / PC World: IOS Bug Prevents New Year's Alarms
Stephen M. Hackett / Macgasm: iOS non-recurring alarms failing on New Year's
ECG Attachment for Your iPhone — Seattle, Washington based Alivecor will be showing off its new iPhonECG system at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The company has partnered with Oregon Scientific to manufacture the units, which are expected to sell for under $100 a piece.
Discussion: MobileCrunch, Examiner, Thoughts from the Sidelines, Engadget, Technabob, I4U News, TechEye and iThinkDifferent
Michael Santo / Examiner: iPhone-based ECG to intro at CES 2011
Steve Andersen / Thoughts from the Sidelines: CES 2011: Alivecor Set To Show iPhonECG At CES Show [Alivecor's …
Shane McGlaun / I4U News: CES 2011: Alivecor to show ECG Device for iPhone
Dean Wilson / TechEye: iPhone used to monitor heart