The Official Google Blog:
A new kind of computer: Chromebook — A little less than two years ago we set out to make computers much better. Today, we're announcing the first Chromebooks from our partners, Samsung and Acer. These are not typical notebooks. With a Chromebook you won't wait minutes for your computer to boot and browser to start.
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Richard MacManus / ReadWriteWeb: Chromebook is the Culmination of Google's Web Strategy, But Will it Sell?
Brooke Crothers / CNET News: Google tries to remake the laptop
Rajen Sheth / Google Enterprise Blog: New computers for the browser-based world
Matt Warman / Telegraph: Google has ‘no plans’ for an ad-supported Chromebook
Janko Roettgers / GigaOM: Google Launches Chromebooks with Samsung and Acer
Tony Bradley / PC World: Will the Google Chromebook Replace Your Laptop?
John Battelle / FM Blog: Thursday Signal: It's All Google, But It's Not All Good
Michael Brunton-Spall / Guardian: Google's Chrome browser hits 160m users - but what does it mean for the web?
Dionysios G. Synodinos / InfoQ: Chrome Browser, Web Store and Chromebook at Google I/O Keynote
Jessica Guynn / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Google announces Chrome notebooks from Acer, Samsung available June 15
Cyril Kowaliski / The Tech Report: Acer, Samsung Chromebooks due out on June 15
Sam Diaz / Googling Google Blog: Over time, Chromebooks can take consumer love (and money) away from Windows, iPad
Jason Mick / DailyTech: Google Airs First “ChromeBooks” by Acer, Samsung
Joe Wilcox / BetaNews: Google Chromebook coming June 15, with $20 and $28 student and business monthly subscriptions
Andy Yen / lalawag: Google Announces Chromebooks Built By Samsung And Acer Available June 15th With “Subscription” …
James Kendrick / ZDNet: Can you live in the Chromebook cloud?
Ricardo Bilton / The Toybox Blog: Google woos the enterprise sector with $28 a month Chromebook
Todd Bishop / GeekWire: Google Chromebook: Is this your next mobile machine?
Doug Aamoth / Techland: Google Announces Expensive Web-Only ‘Chromebooks’
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines Blog: Google Chromebooks: Aimed directly at Microsoft's PC upgrade cycle for $28 a month
Robert Quigley / Geekosystem: Google Announces Chromebooks from Samsung and Acer, School and Enterprise Rental Plans
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Google Announces 160 Million Chrome Users
Matt Brian / The Next Web: Google offers Chromebooks to businesses, schools starting at $20 per month
Ronny Kerr / VatorNews: The coolest announcements at Google I/O 2011
Gavin O'Malley / MediaPost: Google To Announce New Laptop
Alex Chitu / Google Operating System: Chromebooks — Fast, simple, secure, built for the Web, doesn't require administration.
John Paczkowski / Digital Daily: Google's Chromebooks Debut June 15
Brett Molina / USA Today: Google unveils Chromebook laptop, launches June 15
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: Google Chromebooks: $20/month
Clint Boulton / eWeek: Chrome OS Notebooks Coming from Samsung, Acer June 15
Sardar Mohkim Khan / Startup Meme: Google Chromebook Announced At The Google I/O
Scott Beale / Laughing Squid: Chromebook, Google's New Cloud-Based Laptop
Andy Beal / Marketing Pilgrim: You Can Do Everything on the Web With New Google Chromebooks; Will You?
Darren Murph / Engadget:
Samsung Series 5 Chrome OS laptop hands-on at Google I/O (update: video!) — We never had much doubt about what Samsung would be showcasing at tonight's finale event at Google I/O 2011, but now it's official — the outfit's first-ever Chrome OS ultraportable is making its debut in San Francisco …
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Chris Ziegler / This is my next: Samsung Series 5 Chromebook hands-on
Renai LeMay / Delimiter: Chromebooks to hit Australia before Christmas
K. T. Bradford / LAPTOP Magazine: Hands-on With the Samsung Chromebook Series 5
MG Siegler / TechCrunch: Behold: The Chromebook (Samsung Series 5)
Tim Conneally / BetaNews: Hands on with the first Chromebook, Samsung Series 5
Mike Isaac / Gadget Lab: Hands On With Google's New Chromebook
Daniel Cawrey / thechromesource: Video: Samsung Series 5 Chromebook
Andrew Munchbach / BGR: Hands on with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Limited Edition!
Darren Murph / Engadget:
Google clarifies Chromebook subscriptions, might have just changed the industry — Following Google's second I/O keynote, we were ushered into a room where a number of the company's executives were on hand to field questions from the press. Or in other terms, dodge bullets and tell us what we're probably not looking to hear.
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Jeremy Hill / Gadgetell: Google reveals Samsung and Acer Chromebooks
Chris Meadows / TeleRead: Google introduces Chromebooks, Chromebook subscription plans
Chris Smith / T3.com News: Tech Today: Google Chromebook, Angry Birds web
Brad Linder / Liliputing: Would you rent a Chromebook for $20 per month?
John Gruber / Daring Fireball: Chromebook Subscription Pricing
Joe Wilcox / BetaNews:
Microsoft could lose billions in sales to Google's Chromebook — Google's Chromebook subscription program could seriously pinch Microsoft enterprise licensing revenue. The $28 per month per, user fee is bargain-basement pricing compared to what businesses now pay Microsoft for software and OEMs for supporting hardware.
Discussion: Computerworld, mocoNews and SAI
Nilay Patel / This is my next:
Chrome OS file manager and media player hands-on — Google, Samsung, and Acer might be waiting until June 15 to launch their new Chromebooks, but that doesn't mean we can't take a peek at the new features — we just switched our Cr-48 to the development channel and tried out the new file manager and media player.
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: Google announces Chromebooks: Chrome OS powered laptops coming June 15
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land:
Google Chromebooks Out June 15, $349 For Consumers, $20-$28 Monthly For Educators/Business
Google Chromebooks Out June 15, $349 For Consumers, $20-$28 Monthly For Educators/Business
Todd Ogasawara / SocialTimes.com: Google Chromebooks: My April 2010 Comments vs. Today
MG Siegler / TechCrunch: One (Small) Hidden Cost Of Chromebooks For Business: Google Apps Not Included
Cortney Fielding / GigaOM: Chromebook: Like Good Wine, It Gets Better With Time
Charles Arthur / Guardian: Google targets Microsoft with Chromebook
Anand Lal Shimpi / AnandTech: Google I/O 2011: Chrome OS Highlights
Dan Lyons / The Daily Beast:
Facebook Busted in Clumsy Smear on Google — THE DAILY BEAST ON: — The social network secretly hired a PR firm to plant negative stories about the search giant, The Daily Beast's Dan Lyons reveals—a caper that is blowing up in their face, and escalating their war.
Discussion: TechEye, USA Today, NetworkEffect, Adweek, PC Pro, Neowin.net, The Next Web, NEWSFACTOR, @ollierickman, @amac, @mattcutts, The Not-So Private Parts, SAI and paidContent
Matthew Finnegan / TechEye: Facebook revealed as culprit in Google ‘who-dunnit’ PR smear
Liz Gannes / NetworkEffect: In Pursuit of Openness: Facebook Admits It Tried to Smear Google on Privacy
Adweek: Burson-Marsteller PR Reps Caught Spreading Fake Google Stories Their client remains a mystery By Emma Bazilian
Stewart Mitchell / PC Pro: The bitter rivalry between Facebook and Google has reached …
Tim Schiesser / Neowin.net: Facebook busted over anti-Google smear campaign
Paul Sawers / The Next Web: Facebook hired a PR agency to dish the dirt on Google. But it backfired.
Ollie Rickman / @ollierickman: If this is true, I'm really disappointed in FB, not least because a lot of their comms team is ex-Google http://t.co/DGfLhaT
A Macgillivray / @amac: Wow. FB fighting hard against Google on privacy. http://t.co/6unip2P The unraveling starts from a @csoghoian blog post.
Matt Cutts / @mattcutts: Whoa. The company that paid for an anti-Google “whisper campaign” wasn't Microsoft. It was Facebook http://goo.gl/VIylj
Henry Blodget / SAI: BUSTED: Former CNBC Tech Reporter Jim Goldman Caught Spreading Lies About Google For Unnamed PR Client
Michael Arrington / TechCrunch:
Facebook Loses Much Face In Secret Smear On Google — Facebook secretly hired a PR firm to plant negative stories about Google, says Dan Lyons in a jaw dropping story at the Daily Beast. — For the past few days, a mystery has been unfolding in Silicon Valley.
Brad Stone / Business Week:
Why Facebook Needs Sheryl Sandberg — Mark Zuckerberg's No. 2 provides “adult supervision” at the company, trying to keep growth at an optimum level — On a Tuesday afternoon in late April, 30 managers of Facebook's various business units come together to discuss a matter that preoccupies …
Discussion: NetworkEffect, DigiCha, @katies, paidContent and @dmac1
Liz Gannes / NetworkEffect: Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg Wants to Hire As Few People As Necessary, and Isn't So Sure About China
Katie Jacobs Stanton / @katies: Sheryl is a force. Great write-up: “Why Facebook Needs Sheryl Sandberg” http://t.co/XlxOPTr. I hope she runs for President. She'll win.
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent: Bloomberg BusinessWeek Excerpt: Sandberg On Facebook's Approach To Ads
Carolyn Penner / Twitter Blog:
A better app for your mobile browser — We want you to be able to access Twitter no matter where you are; regardless of what device you use; or, whether you prefer to access Twitter through a mobile application or the browser. Today, we're starting to roll out a new version of twitter.com for mobile devices.
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Trevor Mogg / Digital Trends: Twitter releases new mobile web app
Federico Viticci / MacStories: Twitter Rolls Out Redesigned & Improved Mobile Web App
Mike Schramm / TUAW: Twitter revamps mobile web app
A.T. Faust III / App Advice: Twitter Rolling Out More Realistic Web App Based On Newest HTML 5 Standards
Frank McPherson / SocialTimes.com: Twitter Announces New Mobile Web App
Adam Mills / GottaBeMobile: Twitter Rolls Out Web App for iPhone, Android
Frederic Lardinois / NewsGrange: Twitter Launches Redesigned Mobile Site for Smartphones
John Callaham / Neowin.net: Twitter launches new iOS-Android friendly web site
Brian Barrett / Gizmodo: Twitter Got a Facelift on Your Phone
Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web: Twitter launches new web app for Android and iPhone
Stefan Etienne / LaptopMemo: Twitter Unveils A New Mobile Web App That Uses HTML5
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
The Surprising Reason Publishers Are Finally Saying Yes to Apple — Earlier this week, I asked what had changed in the standoff between Apple and magazine publishers, who want to sell subscriptions to iPad editions in the iTunes store but, until last week, weren't prepared to accept Apple's rules.
Discussion: Fortune, MacRumors, App Advice, TUAW, MacStories, AppleInsider, Gizmodo, Gizmodo Australia and iClarified, more at Mediagazer »
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune: Surprise: 50% of iPad subscribers click “Allow”
A.T. Faust III / App Advice: Worried Publishers Finally Face, Embrace Apple's Brave New World
Mike Schramm / TUAW: Half of iPad subscribers willing to share information
Daniel Eran Dilger / AppleInsider: Publishers relieved to see half of iPad subscribers opt in to share data
Edward Wyatt / New York Times:
F.C.C. Commissioner To Join Comcast — WASHINGTON - Four months after the Federal Communications Commission approved the merger of Comcast and NBC Universal, one of the commissioners who approved the deal said she would join Comcast to oversee its government affairs office.
Josh Halliday / Guardian: Boot up: Mobile threats at ‘all time high’, Apple reveals new location app patent, and more
Comcast Official Site: Meredith Attwell Baker, FCC Commissioner, to Join Comcast as Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, NBCUniversal
Chloe Albanesius / PC Magazine: Commissioner Leaving FCC to Join Comcast-NBCU
@lessig: Re FCC Commis 2 Comcast: Why can't we have FCC Commissioners who promise not to go work for the people they regulate? #rootstrikers
Erick Schonfeld / @erickschonfeld: The FCC is a joke, seriously
Aulia Masna / @aulia: Might have gone something like this: “You let this deal pass, we'll make you SVP at our company” http://j.mp/iBoy4q
Gavin Clarke / The Register: FCC commish to lobby for Comcast-NBC giant she OK'd
Brian Stelter / @brianstelter: Comcast confirms that one of the FCC commissioners who voted for its takeover of NBC, Meredith Baker, is joining Comcast as an SVP.
Adrian Covert / Gizmodo: Former FCC Commissioner Who Voted for Comcast's NBC Takeover Is Joining Comcast as an Exec
DSLreports: FCC's Baker Heads for Job at Comcast - Four Months After Approving $13.75 Billion Comcast/NBC Deal
Devin Coldewey / CrunchGear: What Bias? FCC Commissioner Leaving To Become Comcast Exec
Adrian Covert / Gizmodo Australia: Former FCC Commissioner Joining Comcast As An Exec
Phillip Dampier / Stop the Cap!: National Media Calling Out FCC Commissioner's Departure to Become Top Comcast Lobbyist
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica:
After approving NBC buyout, FCC Commish becomes Comcast lobbyist
After approving NBC buyout, FCC Commish becomes Comcast lobbyist
Marguerite Reardon / CNET News: FCC commissioner leaves for Comcast
Nick Farrell / TechEye: FCC commissioner quits to work for the enemy
Staci D. Kramer / paidContent: FCC Commissioner Goes Through Revolving Door, Comes Out As Comcast Lobbyist
Robert Quigley / Geekosystem: FCC Commissioner Who Voted in Favor of Comcast-NBCU Merger Leaving FCC to Work for Comcast
Phillip Dampier / Stop the Cap!: FCC Commissioner Meredith Baker Approves Comcast-NBC Merger, Wins Job at Comcast
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
Android Market Getting A Major Refresh: Better Discovery, A Redesign, And 99 New Countries — One of the most important pieces in the Android ecosystem is Android Market — Google's application storefront that comes pre-installed on the vast majority of Android devices.
Discussion: Softpedia News, Digits, Gadget Lab, The Register, BGR, GigaOM, Mobilized, Inside Mobile Apps, MobileCrunch, AppScout and Electronista
Ian Sherr / Digits: Google Updates App Store to Counter Apple
Mike Isaac / Gadget Lab: Google Streamlines Android Market
Todd Haselton / BGR: Google enhances Android Market with new app discoverability options
Ryan Lawler / GigaOM: A First Look at the New Google TV
Ina Fried / Mobilized: Android Market Changes Aimed to Help Users Cut Through Clutter, Developers Make Money
Kim-Mai Cutler / Inside Mobile Apps: Apps With In-App Billing Represent 14% of Daily Revenue Earned Through Android Market
Fernando Delgado / Google Mobile Blog:
New ways to discover great apps on Android Market
New ways to discover great apps on Android Market
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Ryan Kim / Nicke's shared items in Google Reader: Android Market Cleans Up With More Charts, Curation
Andrew Kameka / Androinica: Android Market shows trending apps, top new apps in your nation, and personal recommendations
Mark Hachman / PC Magazine: Google Revamps Android Market to Give App Recommendations
Clint Boulton / eWeek: Android Market Provides Better Recommendations for Smartphone Users
Frank McPherson / SocialTimes.com: Google Improves The Android Market
Ronan Shields / New Media Age: Google revamps Android Market
Donald Melanson / Engadget: Google announces new ways to discover apps on Android Market, more tools for developers
Stephen Tenerowicz / Know Your Cell: Google refreshes Android Market, adds discoverability options, more developer tools
Samia Perkins / SlashGear: Google Introduces Revamped Android Market at I/O
Brian Barrett / Gizmodo: Finding Good Android Apps Just Got Way Easier
Rajesh Pandey / Techie Buzz: Android Market Gets Some Much Needed Changes!
Amanda Natividad / mocoNews: Our Tweets From 05-11-11 — Read our tweets throughout …
Chris Crum / WebProNews: Android Market Gets New Features
Jessica Dolcourt / Crave: The gadget blog: Google tweaks Android Market to make app discovery easier
Kevin C. Tofel / GigaOM: Judging the Google I/O Android News and Predictions
Seth Weintraub / Fortune:
Andy Rubin gets Danger back together at Google to work on Android hardware — Cell phone hardware innovators are gathering at Google. That could mean big changes for Android. — Joe Britt at Google I/O — FORTUNE — Matt Hershenson and Joe Britt, two legendary figures in mobile phone development …
Discussion: Engadget, Electricpig.co.uk, SAI, Electronista and Gizmodo
Donald Melanson / Engadget: Danger co-founders reunite with Andy Rubin at Google to focus on Android hardware
Matt Rosoff / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider: Watch Out, Samsung: Andy Rubin Hired The Hardware Guys Who Built The Sidekick
Supply chain may not be able to satisfy demand from Apple — Taiwan-based electronics manufacturing service (EMS) provider Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) is reportedly facing a shortage of both labor and materials at its plants in Chengdu, China, which is likely to affect shipments …
Discussion: Yahoo! News, TechEye, I4U News, MacStories and Electronista
Trevor Mogg / Yahoo! News: Apple supply chain under pressure, could affect iPad and iPhone shipments
Matthew Finnegan / TechEye: Component shortage leads to secret stockpiling
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: Foxconn Issues could hurt iPad 2 and iPhone 4 Supply in Q2
Graham Spencer / MacStories: Component Supply Chain To Face Shortages In Coming Months After Japan Crisis
Phil Muncaster / V3.co.uk:
Apple's 64GB 3G iPad 2 continues to dominate tablet sales — The 64GB 3G iPad 2 continues to be the most popular version of Apple's best-selling tablet, although Android devices have begun to make in-roads into Apple's massive market share, according to the latest report from Context.
Discussion: iPad News Hub, App Advice, RazorianFly, TUAW, GigaOM and MacStories
Bryan M. Wolfe / App Advice: The Top Selling iPad 2 Is...
Kelly Hodgkins / TUAW: Report suggests 64 GB, 3G iPad is top seller
Darrell Etherington / GigaOM: Most Popular iPad 2 Model is Also the Most Expensive
Graham Spencer / MacStories: Report: Buyers Go With Either The Most Expensive Or Cheapest iPad
Google threatens to pull Street View from Switzerland — In March, a Swiss court ruled that Google must blur out all faces and license plates that were captured in Google's Street View application. Today, Google advised it would appeal the decision to Switzerland's highest court.
Discussion: Wall Street Journal and Search Engine Land
Katharina Bart / Wall Street Journal: Google Plans to Challenge Swiss Ruling on Mapping
Nat Ives / AdAge:
New York Times' Share of Newspaper Sites' Traffic Hits 12-Month Low — April Was a Quieter Month for News Than March, but Other Newspaper Sites Maintained Traffic Better — The paywall introduced by The New York Times at the end of March is hurting traffic to its website, as expected, but perhaps within acceptable levels.
Discussion: Tech Trader Daily, Poynter and paidContent, more at Mediagazer »
Joseph Tartakoff / paidContent: Post-Paywall, NYT Share Of Newspaper Web Traffic Drops
Colin Gibbs / GigaOM:
ESPN Balks at Sprint's New Text Fee — Sprint has quietly raised its messaging rates for companies that distribute texts, leading ESPN and other content providers to stop delivering free messages to the carrier's subscribers. — Beginning April 1, Sprint began charging an additional toll …
Agam Shah / PC World:
Consumer SSDs to Break out in 2012, Gartner Says — Consumer solid-state drives will have a break-out year in 2012 due to falling prices, which will make SSDs a primary storage option for mainstream users, Gartner said this week. — By the second half of 2012, prices of mainstream PC SSDs …
Discussion: Softpedia News, The Next Web, TechSpot, Ubergizmo, The Tech Report and CrunchGear
Francis Tan / The Next Web: Consumer SSDs won't go mainstream until 2012
Matthew DeCarlo / TechSpot: Gartner: SSDs will reach mainstream prices in 2012
George Wong / Ubergizmo: Sold state drives predicted to break out in 2012
Cyril Kowaliski / The Tech Report: Gartner: SSDs will break into the mainstream next year
Jordan Crook / CrunchGear: Consumer SSDs To Cost $1 Per Gigabyte In 2012: Gartner
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
The Danger of Playing in Apple's Walled Garden — Every so often a news item comes along that reinforces the downside of building your business on someone else's platform, and this week's poster child is iFlowReader, an e-book app for the iPhone and iPad. The company behind the app announced Wednesday …
Discussion: Softpedia News, Facebook Indie Games, iFlowReader and paidContent
David Barnes / Facebook Indie Games: Warning! If you are an iOS developer this quote will upset you... DIVERSIFY NOW!
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
The Future Of Chrome: Synced Tabs, Profiles, Native Client, And Chrome OS On ARM — Today at Google I/O there was a fireside chat with a number of Chrome team members. Their goal was simply to answer questions — both from the web and from the audience. Among those, there was a common theme: what's next?
Discussion: The Register and Engadget
Darren Murph / Engadget: Live from Google I/O 2011's day 2 keynote!
Stuart Miles / Pocket-lint:
ViewSonic ViewPad 7x: World's first 7-inch Honeycomb tablet — HTC might be promising Honeycomb for its HTC Flyer at some point in the future; Pocket-lint has learnt that it looks like Viewsonic?is going to pip them to the post later this month (31 May) at Computex.
Discussion: BGR, Softpedia News, netbooknews.com, SlashGear, MobileWhack, Android Phone Fans, Engadget, GottaBeMobile and Electronista
Zach Epstein / BGR: ViewSonic 7x to launch as first 7-inch Honeycomb tablet
Peter Cartwright / netbooknews.com: ViewSonic to launch 7-inch ViewPad 7x Honeycomb tablet
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Viewsonic 7x bringing the 7-inch Honeycomb in June
Kevin Krause / Android Phone Fans: ViewSonic 7x to Be First 7-Inch Honeycomb Tablet
Terrence O'Brien / Engadget: ViewSonic 7x shrinks Honeycomb to 7 inches for the tiny handed
Patrick Thibodeau / Computerworld:
Open source foiled Microsoft antitrust case — Microsoft, seen as a threat to innovation, prompted U.S. oversight a decade ago. That ends this week. — Computerworld - Just over a decade ago, a U.S. District Court judge decided that Microsoft was as much of a threat to the technology sector …
Edward Berridge / TechEye: Department of Justice's watchful eye shuts on Microsoft antitrust
Kevin Poulsen / Threat Level:
WikiLeaks Threatens Its Own Leakers With $20 Million Penalty — Julian Assange. Photo: Wikimedia Commons — WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange now makes his associates sign a draconian nondisclosure agreement that, among other things, asserts that the organization's huge trove of leaked material is …
Discussion: David Allen Green, thinq_ and Slashdot
James Nixon / thinq_: Assange peace prize masks WikiLeaks' dirty secret
Samzenpus / Slashdot: How WikiLeaks Gags Its Own Staff 38