MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Facebook Acquires Group Messaging Service Beluga In A Talent AND Technology Deal — Facebook has just acquired group messaging service Beluga, we've learned. — Here's what we know: Facebook has acquired both the product and the team, and the plan is apparently to keep the service open for now.
Discussion: Beluga, GigaOM, ReadWriteWeb, VatorNews, louisgray.com, parislemon, Mashable!, Black Web 2.0 and Androinica
Ryan Kim / GigaOM: Facebook Follows Our Advice, Buys Beluga
Mike Melanson / ReadWriteWeb: Facebook Acquires Group Messaging Startup Beluga, Says App Will Continue “For Now”
Ronny Kerr / VatorNews: Facebook dives into group chat, buys Beluga
Jolie O'Dell / Mashable!: Facebook Acquires Group Messaging Startup Beluga
Michael Heller / Androinica: Facebook acquires Beluga messaging app
Nick O'Neill / All Facebook:
Is Facebook Group Texting Coming Soon? — Facebook has been trying to serve as a tool for enabling friends keep in touch with each other and today the company appears to be expanding such functionality through the acquisition of Beluga, a group texting product.
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft Blog:
Microsoft delivers its ‘other’ tablet operating system: Windows Embedded Compact 7 — Microsoft announced general availability on March 1 of the final version of its Windows Embedded Compact 7 operating system, codenamed “Chelan.” — Microsoft posted a 180-day trial version …
Discussion: The Next Web, WinRumors, Softpedia News, Daring Fireball, Neowin.net and Ubergizmo
Alex Wilhelm / The Next Web: You can now download the Windows Embedded Compact 7 RTM
Tom Warren / WinRumors: Windows Embedded Compact 7 RTM now available
Steven Parker / Neowin.net: Microsoft to show off Windows 8 Tablet design demos in June
Matt Rosoff / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider:
Microsoft Preparing Windows 8 Tablet Design Demos For June
Microsoft Preparing Windows 8 Tablet Design Demos For June
Discussion: CNET News, PC World, Softpedia News, GottaBeMobile, msnbc.com, Neowin.net, Download Squad, blogs.chron.com, Inquirer, Ubergizmo, WinRumors, Pocket-lint, TechSpot, netbooknews.com, Electricpig.co.uk and Engadget
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Report: Microsoft plans to demo Windows 8 tablets by June
Jared Newman / PC World: Windows 8 Tablet Demo Rumored for June
Chuong Nguyen / GottaBeMobile: Microsoft Ready to Demo Windows 8 Tablets by June?
Athima Chansanchai / msnbc.com: Will we see Windows 8 tablet in June?
Lee Mathews / Download Squad: Windows 8 tablet demo scheduled for June?
Spencer Dalziel / Inquirer: Microsoft is working on a Windows 8 tablet design
George Wong / Ubergizmo: Windows 8 tablets to be demonstrated in June?
Tom Warren / WinRumors: First Windows 8 Milestone 3 build compiled
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: Microsoft to show off Windows 8 tablets in June
Emil Protalinski / TechSpot: Rumor: Microsoft to demo Windows 8 tablet UI in June
Peter Cartwright / netbooknews.com: Windows 8 on tablets could be demoed as early as June
Mic Wright / Electricpig.co.uk: Windows 8 tablet interface due June?
Joanna Stern / Engadget: Microsoft to demo Windows 8 tablet interface in June?
Josh Constine / Inside Facebook:
Facebook's New Comments Box Plugin Filters Website Comment Reels by Relevance — Facebook has released a major update to its embeddable Comments Box social plugin for third-party websites. The plugin processes social signals to surface the most relevant comments, and a new moderation dashboard allows admins …
Discussion: TechCrunch, paidContent, TechCrunch, NewsGrange, ReadWriteWeb, Black Web 2.0 and Lost Remote, more at Mediagazer »
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch: Facebook Rolls Out Overhauled Comments System (Try Them Now On TechCrunch)
Frederic Lardinois / NewsGrange: Facebook Launches Improved Commenting Plugin: Should Disqus and Co. be Scared?
Mike Melanson / ReadWriteWeb: Facebook Now Powers Comments All Around the Web
Cory Bergman / Lost Remote: Facebook rolls out new comments plugin
Ray C. He / Facebook Developers:
Improving Comments Across The Web
Improving Comments Across The Web
Discussion: All Facebook, Techie Buzz, The Next Web and Mashable!
Jackie Cohen / All Facebook: Facebook Launches New Comments Plug-In
Pallab De / Techie Buzz: Facebook Launches New Comments Platform
Brad McCarty / The Next Web: Facebook's Commenting Platform: The Pros and Cons
Vadim Lavrusik / Mashable!: Facebook Releases Robust Updates to Its Comments Plugin
Todd Bishop / TechFlash:
Apple fights for ‘App Store’ name, calls Microsoft clueless as usual — Apple is defending its attempt to trademark the phrase “App Store,” saying in a new filing that Microsoft has failed to prove that the term should be left open for use by competing mobile application marketplaces.
Joe Mullin / mocoNews: Apple: Why We Need An ‘App Store’ Trademark
Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry / SAI: Apple And Microsoft Fight Over “App Store” Trademark
Richi Jennings / Computerworld:
Google Apps and Gmail outage outrage: Problem NOT resolved — Update: The Gmail outage is not yet resolved, despite 35,000 Google Apps and consumer Gmail users agonizing over missing mail. The cloud service provider is furiously restoring from backup tapes as we speak.
Discussion: Royal Pingdom, CNN, BetaNews, Mobile Marketing Watch, Digits, L.A. Times Tech Blog, Search Engine Watch, BBC, Network World, ITworld.com, Digital Trends, SlashGear, Googling Google Blog, Techie Buzz, Daily Mail, BBC, msnbc.com, Gmail Blog, The Huffington Post, Fortune, Neowin.net, Geek.com, Techland, V3.co.uk, HEXUS.net, Softpedia News, Data Center Knowledge, TechCrunch, NBC Bay Area, Post Tech, BlogsDNA, Pocket-lint, The Register, The Next Web, ReadWriteWeb and CNET News
John D. Sutter / CNN: How did Google lose, and find, all those e-mails?
Michael Hickins / Digits: Tape Rescues Google in Lost Email Scare
Nathan Olivarez-Giles / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Gmail still down for some users; bug in software storage update blamed
Danny Goodwin / Search Engine Watch: Google Restoring Gmail Accounts After Buggy Update
Paul McNamara / Network World: Google apologizes for Gmail bug that shook 150,000 users
Jeffrey Van Camp / Digital Trends: Gmail will be restored for everyone very soon, says Google
Samia Perkins / SlashGear: Gmail: Google finds missing emails eaten by bug
Christopher Dawson / Googling Google Blog: Gmail outage: The sky is not falling
Keith Dsouza / Techie Buzz: Gmail Email Deletion Blamed on New Software Update
Simon Neville / Daily Mail: Google's email service wipes entire email accounts of 150,000 Gmail users
Rory Cellan-Jones / BBC: Vodafone and Google: A question of trust
Rosa Golijan / msnbc.com: Google restoring 40,000 lost Gmail accounts
Ben Treynor / Gmail Blog: Gmail back soon for everyone
Seth Weintraub / Fortune: Google goes to the tape to get lost emails back
Steven Parker / Neowin.net: Google restoring Gmail accounts from backup
Matthew Humphries / Geek.com: Google restoring lost Gmail data from tape backups
Phil Muncaster / V3.co.uk: Google apologises for Gmail problems
Sarah Griffiths / HEXUS.net: Google update caused Gmail problems
Rich Miller / Data Center Knowledge: Google Turns to Tape to Rescue Lost Gmail
Barbara E. Hernandez / NBC Bay Area: Google Apologizes for Gmail Outage
Hayley Tsukayama / Post Tech: The Circuit: Patent reform, voting to disapprove net neutrality, Google explains e-mail scare
Khizer Hayat Farooq / BlogsDNA: Lost Gmail Data - What Actually Happened
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: Google: Gmail was never lost
John Leyden / The Register: Google blames bug for Gmail deletions
Francis Tan / The Next Web: Gmail will be restored to affected users soon
Audrey Watters / ReadWriteWeb: Gmail Access (& Emails) To Be Restored “Soon” to All Those Impacted By Yesterday's Outage
Steven Musil / CNET News: Google blames software update for lost Gmail data
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
Google's New In-App Payments Product Set For Launch In May 2011 — Google was originally set to debut in-app payments support for Android in the fourth quarter of 2010, and recently said that the launch would be delayed until the end of this quarter. Be that as it may, the company is set …
Sarah Perez / ReadWriteWeb: In-App Payments for Android Still Coming in Q1 2011
Vlad Bobleanta / Download Squad: Android in-app payments may finally launch in May
Kelly Hodgkins / IntoMobile: Google to launch in-app payments for Android in May?
Chris Davies / Android Community: Google in-app payments due May 2011 tips Jambool
Hayley Tsukayama / Post Tech: Google has pre-beta in-app payment program
Kevin C. Tofel / GigaOM:
Too Much Data? New Evernote Should Help — Evernote today launched a redesigned version of its iPhone software, adding new views and features that further help to organize thoughts on the go. Evernote 4, available in the iTunes App Store, now supports multiple attachments and up to 90 minutes of audio recording per note.
Discussion: VentureBeat, PC World, Evernote Blogcast, Mashable!, Gizmodo, TUAW, ReadWriteWeb, Softpedia News, AppScout, Download Squad, @kenburbary, MacStories, everythingiCafe, MobileCrunch, IntoMobile and Lifehacker
Christina Warren / Mashable!: Evernote for iPhone Gets a Facelift
Kyle VanHemert / Gizmodo: Evernote For iOS Gets a Complete Makeover
Steven Sande / TUAW: Evernote 4 iPhone / iPod touch app starts with a clean slate
Audrey Watters / ReadWriteWeb: Evernote Totally Redesigns Its iPhone App
Terrance Gaines / AppScout: Major Evernote Overhaul for iPhone
Sebastian Anthony / Download Squad: Evernote for iOS completely overhauled, now faster and easier to use
Graham Spencer / MacStories: Evernote's iPhone App Updated With Extensive Redesign
Tim Barribeau / everythingiCafe: Evernote Gets Major Overhaul For v4.0
Scott Merrill / MobileCrunch: Completely Redesigned Evernote 4 for iPhone Is Now Available
Kevin Purdy / Lifehacker: Evernote Redesigns iPhone/iPod Apps for Browsing
Christopher Williams / Telegraph:
Gordon Brown ‘blocked knighthood’ for Steve Jobs — Gordon Brown blocked an honorary knighthood for Apple founder Steve Jobs, it has emerged. — Apple chief executive Steve Jobs poses with the Apple iPad — The then-Prime Minister refused to knight Mr Jobs in 2009 because he turned …
Discussion: Digital Trends, CNET News, GMSV, AppleInsider, The Next Web, MacStories, The Register, World of Apple, TUAW, Computerworld, Inquirer, MacRumors, Techland, p2pnet, Gizmodo, 9 to 5 Mac, Geek.com, @dannysullivan, SlashGear, Gearlog, AllNewsMac, iPhone Buzz, The Atlantic Online, Epicenter, Fortune, MacNN, Switched, Engadget and PhoneArena
Don Reisinger / CNET News: Report: Steve Jobs came close to knighthood
Levi Sumagaysay / GMSV: Odds and ends: Gmail woes, Steve Jobs' missed knighthood opportunity, Facebook buys Beluga
Martin Bryant / The Next Web: Steve Jobs ‘Blocked from British Knighthood’
Graham Spencer / MacStories: Steve Jobs Almost Received An Honourary Knighthood
John Oates / The Register: Ex-PM blocked Steve Jobs knighthood
Steven Sande / TUAW: How Steve Jobs missed knighthood in 2009
Jonny Evans / Computerworld: iPad 2.0 late to the UK? I blame Gordon Brown
David Neal / Inquirer: Gordon Brown blocked Steve Jobs knighthood
Samantha Rollins / Techland: Steve Jobs' Honorary Knighthood Blocked
Kat Hannaford / Gizmodo: Steve Jobs Was Denied a Knighthood
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: Steve Jobs blocked for knighthood by Gordon Brown?
Matthew Humphries / Geek.com: Steve Jobs denied knighthood for not speaking at a political conference
Danny Sullivan / @dannysullivan: that's OK. Steve Jobs refused to give Gordon Brown an iPad, so they're even on the whole knighthood thing
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Steve Jobs knighthood blocked by ex UK Prime Minister
Brian Heater / Gearlog: Steve Jobs Turned Down for Knighthood
Shane McGlaun / iPhone Buzz: Steve Jobs knighthood blocked, ex-Apple worker admits to $2m conspiracy, Apple heads east
Nicholas Jackson / The Atlantic Online: Gordon Brown Blocked Steve Jobs From Honorary Knighthood
John C Abell / Epicenter: ‘Sir’ Steve Scotched by Vengeful Prime Minister?
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune: Steve Jobs, KBE? It was not to be
Thomas Ricker / Engadget: Steve Jobs' knighthood rejected by Gordon Brown?
Hipmunk Hotels — Today's a big day for Hipmunk: we're now searching hotels. We've designed our hotel search around one basic premise: to find you a good deal in a good location. — Hipmunk helps you find the interesting parts of a city and see which hotels are nearby. Our hotel search is built around a big map.
Discussion: VentureBeat, ReadWriteWeb, TechCrunch, Mashable!, @lbraun2000, Tnooz, Xconomy, The Next Web and OnStartups
Matthew Lynley / VentureBeat: Flight search startup Hipmunk now ranks hotels by “ecstasy”
Audrey Watters / ReadWriteWeb: Hipmunk Brings a Little Ecstasy to Hotel Search and Booking
Jolie O'Dell / Mashable!: Travel Startup Hipmunk Adds Hotels to Popular Flight Search
Wade Roush / Xconomy: Hipmunk Takes On Hotel Search
Courtney Boyd Myers / The Next Web: Hipmunk launches hotel search based on “Ecstasy” and helpful heat maps
Jason Baptiste / OnStartups: 9 Ways To Disrupt And “Hipmunk” An Industry
Dan Levine / Reuters:
Ex-Apple employee pleads guilty in kickback scheme — * Devine worked as a global supply manager at Apple — * Accused of taking kickbacks from suppliers — * Devine “a good man who made a mistake” - defense lawyer (Adds comments from Devine attorney and Apple, byline)
Discussion: Computerworld, eWeek, Digital Trends, CNET News, BBC, IntoMobile, Techland, TUAW, Digital Daily, Engadget, Financial Times, TG Daily, SlashGear, The Register, Know Your Mobile, TechEye, Neowin.net and Inquirer
Gregg Keizer / Computerworld: Ex-Apple manager pleads guilty to $2.3M kickback scheme
Michelle Maisto / eWeek: Apple Kickback Offender Pleads Guilty, Forfeits $2.3 Million
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Ex-Apple manager pleads guilty in kickback case
Kelly Hodgkins / IntoMobile: Former Apple employee convicted in Asian supplier kickback scheme
Michelle Castillo / Techland: Former Apple Employee Pleads Guilty to Receiving Kickbacks
Kelly Hodgkins / TUAW: Former Apple employee convicted of money laundering, wire fraud
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: Rotten Apple Pleads Guilty in Kickback Case
Vlad Savov / Engadget: Former Apple employee admits he sold confidential info, cost the company in excess of $2 million
Joseph Menn / Financial Times: Former Apple employee pleads guilty to fraud
Kate Taylor / TG Daily: Ex-Apple manager faces 20 years for fraud
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Ex-Apple manager admits $2m conspiracy
John Oates / The Register: Bad Appler pleads guilty
Andrea Petrou / TechEye: Apple suppliers fed ex employee, Paul Devine, cash for roadmaps
Byron Hinson / Neowin.net: Ex-Apple manager pleads guilty to kickback scheme
Nick Farrell / Inquirer: Apple bloke faces 20 years jail
Frederic Lardinois / NewsGrange:
Bing's Shopping Search Gets Smarter with Natural Language Capabilities — If you search for “air jordans under $100” on Google today, you will get a nice list of ten blue links. If you search on Google's shopping site, you will get quite a few results with prices around $250.
Discussion: Bing, Search Engine Watch, LiveSide.net and The Next Web
Bing: Bing Feature Update: Searching for a good deal? New natural language capabilities in Bing Shopping understand prices
Brent Rangen / Search Engine Watch: New on Bing: Flight Auto Suggest & Natural Language Shopping Search
Kip Kniskern / LiveSide.net: Bing expands natural language search: query by price
Brice Morrison / Inside Social Games:
How Zynga Defused Its FarmVille Time-Bomb — [Editor's note: This is a guest post by Brice Morrison, editor of game industry design site The Game Prodigy.] — When Zynga's FarmVille hit 80 million players on year ago in February 2010, it was a breathtaking event for the entire games industry.
Discussion: eMoney and VentureBeat
Tricia Duryee / eMoney: Zynga's FarmVille and CityVille Developer Spills the Beans on What Makes Games Great
Vlad Savov / Engadget:
Motorola prices WiFi-only Xoom at £450 in the UK (update: €700 in Germany with 3G) — Finally Motorola gives us a chance to say something positive about its pricing of the 10.1-inch, Tegra 2-powered Xoom tablet. UK electronics retailer PC World has just put up its Xoom pre-order page …
Preston Gralla / Computerworld: Eight reasons the Motorola Xoom beats the iPad
Andrew Munchbach / BGR: PC World UK tips pricing on Wi-Fi Motorola XOOM; £449 ($730)
Jeff Baker / MobileWhack: Motorola XOOM WiFi Model Priced at £449 in UK
Andrew Couts / Yahoo! News: Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi priced at £450 (about $730) in the UK
Edwin Kee / Ubergizmo: Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi only pricing revealed
Kevin Krause / Android Phone Fans: Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi Only UK Pricing Revealed
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: Wi-Fi Motorola Xoom to cost less than ?450?
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines Blog: Motorola Mobility's Jha on the Xoom: We were anticipating Apple's new iPad
Nick Farrell / Inquirer: Xoom drops to a reasonable price
Jennifer Allan / Electricpig.co.uk: Motorola Xoom UK price revealed
Richard G Russell / Foredecker:
Working At Microsoft-20% Time and Prototypes — I quite often see assumptions on the inter-tubes that writing software at Microsoft is a mind-numbingly boring, tedious, manual, excruciating, soul-crushing bureaucratic exercise. This couldn't be further from the truth - especially in Windows.
Sarah Perez / ReadWriteWeb:
StatCounter: Bing Just Beat Yahoo Worldwide — According to analytics firm StatCounter, the Bing search engine has just overtaken Yahoo for the first time worldwide during the month of February 2011. From StatCounter Global Stats, Bing closed out the month with a 4.37% search share compared with Yahoo's 3.93%.
Discussion: StatCounter Global Stats, VentureBeat, Neowin.net, Gearlog and The Next Web
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: Microsoft's Bing overtakes Yahoo globally (again)
Andrew Lyle / Neowin.net: Bing continues to gain, beats out Yahoo again
Brian Heater / Gearlog: Bing Beating Yahoo Internationally for First Time
Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry / SAI:
This 26-Year-Old Is Making Millions Cutting Out Traditional Publishers With Amazon Kindle — Welcome to disruption. 26-year old Amanda Hocking is the best-selling “indie” writer on the Kindle store, meaning she doesn't have a publishing deal, Novelr says. — And she shouldn't.
Discussion: GigaOM, Yahoo! News, Kindle Review, dailywireless.org, the Econsultancy blog, @r and TeleRead
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM: Book Publishers Need to Wake Up And Smell the Disruption
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: Amanda Hocking: e-Book Sensation
Patricio Robles / the Econsultancy blog: Digital may not save book publishers, but...
Rex Hammock / @r: When I think of Amanda Hocking http://techme.me/BDl9 it makes me realize agency-model publisher execs are kids laughing in a field of rye.
Chris Meadows / TeleRead: Self-publishing Amazon author sells 100,000+ e-books per month
Enigmax / TorrentFreak:
70% of the Public Finds Piracy Socially Acceptable — During the last decade the entertainment industries have tried numerous strategies to thwart Internet piracy. One of the most common, especially with the music industry, was to sue some file-sharers into submission thereby creating a climate of fear designed to deter others.
Discussion: PlagiarismToday, msnbc.com, GizmoFusion and Music Ally
Jonathan Bailey / PlagiarismToday: 3 Count: 70% Solution
Rosa Golijan / msnbc.com: 70 percent find piracy socially acceptable, says poll
Sarah Lacy / TechCrunch:
Big Appetite: Greylock Sends Entrepreneurs a Message with Expanded $1 Billion Fund — In case you missed it, being a super angel is officially passe. The new hotness is having a late-stage growth cash. Sequoia Capital is doing it. Andreessen Horowitz is doing it. Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers is doing it.
Audrey Watters / ReadWriteWeb:
Report Finds Connected Devices, Not Phones, Leading the Explosion in Mobile Wireless — Wireless consultant Chetan Sharma has just released an updated report on U.S. mobile data for the last quarter of 2010, and it points to the growth in the wireless market, in mobile penetration and in data usage.
Discussion: mocoNews, Evolver.fm, dailywireless.org, Chetan Sharma and RCR Wireless News
Eliot Van Buskirk / Evolver.fm: What Smartphone Rise Means for Gamers, Filmmakers, Music Producers
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: Data Revenues Growing Fast
Matt Kapko / RCR Wireless News: U.S. market reclaims mobile data lead
Vlad Savov / Engadget:
NVIDIA Tegra Zone officially launched, takes Android to new dual-core heights — It's the first of March, which in NVIDIA land means no longer just talking about Tegra Zone, but actually activating it and letting users see what all the fuss is about. For those who've not yet heard of it …
Discussion: IntoMobile, GottaBeMobile and Softpedia News
Owen Thomas / VentureBeat:
White House-backed Startup America teams up with DEMO — The Startup America Partnership, a nonprofit foundation dedicated to backing entrepreneurship, announced today that it is teaming up with DEMO, the IDG- and VentureBeat-produced product-launch conference series, to expand opportunities for startups.
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
Skype Teams Up With Citrix To Bring GoToMeeting Web Conferencing To Business Offerings — As the company looks to boost revenue in 2011 in advance of an IPO, Skype is pursuing an aggressive enterprise strategy. Today, Skype's VP of Enterprise, David Gurle, is announcing a strategic partnership …
Simon Mackie / GigaOM: Web Conferencing Coming to Skype With GoToMeeting Integration
Rachael King / Business Week:
Sentiment Analysis Gives Companies Insight Into Consumer Opinion — Kia, Best Buy, and Viacom are using new tools to mine comments on the Web to see what consumers really think of their brands — Kia Motors (000270:KS) is eager to know what consumers think of its 2012 Rio …
Mike Shields / Adweek:
Hulu Set for Meteoric Growth in 2011 — Ad revenue haul could be as high as $500 million — Hulu is on pace to haul in half a billion dollars in ad revenue in 2011, according to CEO Jason Kilar. That would represent nearly a 100 percent increase from the $263 million the company …
Todd Wasserman / Mashable!: Hulu CEO Predicts $500M in Revenues This Year
Ina Fried / Mobilized:
T-Mobile Killing Off Microsoft's Danger Servers Ahead of Android-based Sidekicks — One of the first smartphones is headed for an unceremonious farewell. — T-Mobile announced on Monday that it plans to kill off the Microsoft Danger service that powers the current generation of Sidekick devices …
Discussion: SAI, eWeek, Engadget, Fortune, The Seattle Times, PC Magazine, Switched, Geek.com, FierceWireless, GigaOM, ZDNet, GottaBeMobile, Softpedia News, BlogsDNA, MobileCrunch, TechFlash and IntoMobile
Nicholas Kolakowski / eWeek: T-Mobile Sidekick Will Not Support Danger Data Service
Chris Ziegler / Engadget: RIP, Danger, 2002 - 2011: Microsoft axing service on May 31st, T-Mobile promises an ‘easy transition’
Michal Lev-Ram / Fortune: T-Mobile says farewell to Microsoft Danger
Brier Dudley / The Seattle Times: Any Danger Sidekick users left? T-Mobile, Microsoft shutdown looms
Sascha Segan / PC Magazine: T-Mobile Finally Kills Sidekick Service
Terrence O'Brien / Switched: Existing T-Mobile Sidekicks to Become Paperweights on May 31st
Phil Goldstein / FierceWireless: T-Mobile USA kills Danger service for Sidekick users
James Kendrick / ZDNet: T-Mobile Sidekick service ends May 31
Chuong Nguyen / GottaBeMobile: T-Mobile Shuts Down Sidekick Services
Khizer Hayat Farooq / BlogsDNA: T-Mobile To Shut Down Sidekick Danger Data Service
Greg Kumparak / MobileCrunch: T-Mobile To Pull The Plug On Sidekicks May 31st
Kelly Hodgkins / IntoMobile: T-Mobile to shut down Sidekick servers on May 31, 2011
Neil Hughes / AppleInsider:
Apple granted patent for scratch-proof nitride metal device coating — Apple has been granted ownership of an invention related to scratch-proof coatings on stainless steel devices, using a nitride layer to potentially make iPhones, iPads and Macs more durable.
Ingrid Lunden / paidContent:
Boxee Picks Up $16.5 Million To Expand Connected TV Offerings — Cord-cutting has yet to hit the mainstream, but one service is beefing up its offering in an attempt to make it more of a reality. The connected TV provider Boxee—which lets users watch TV programs, films and other content …
Ronny Kerr / VatorNews: Boxee raises $16.5 million to beat Apple TV
Avner Ronen / Boxee Blog: $16.5M More For Boxee To Invest In The Future Of TV
Anthony Ha / VentureBeat: Internet-on-your-TV startup Boxee raises $16.5M
Lauren Goode / Venture Capital Dispatch: Boxee Beams In $16.5M For International Push
Jim O'Neill / fierceonlinevideo.com/news/frontpage: Boxee scores $16.5 million in Series C funding round
Bernie Arnason / Telecompetitor: Boxee Raises More Money, Wants Seat at Future of TV Table
Janko Roettgers / GigaOM: Boxee Gets $16.5M in Funding, Reveals Box 2.0 Plans
Scott Rosenblum / NYConvergence.com: Brooklyn Based Boxee Raises $16.5 Million in New Funding