Check out Mini-Techmeme for simple mobiles or Techmeme Mobile for modern smartphones.
5:55 AM ET, May 30, 2011


 Top Items: 
Evan Blass /
Asus Padfone Fully Exposed (Images)  —  This is the Asus Padfone being introduced tomorrow: a package consisting of an Android smartphone and tablet to dock it with.  Dock inside is more appropriate, as the “fone” appears to be fully consumed by the “Pad” when the two are merged.
Sean Hollister / Engadget:
Android Market's most popular emulators disappear without a trace (update)  —  If you're an Android gamer, chances are you've heard of Nesoid, Snesoid, Gensoid, N64oid, Ataroid, Gearoid and Gameboid: they're all video game console emulators developed by yongzh, and many ranked among the most popular paid apps on the Android Market.
Xeni Jardin / Boing Boing:
PBS hacked in retribution for Frontline Wikileaks episode  —  The website, and data associated with the PBS television network, its programs, and its affiliate stations, appear to have just been hacked by an entity calling itself LulzSec (or “The Lulz Boat").
Darren Pauli / SC Magazine Australia:
Hacked PBS reports TuPac, Biggie alive  —  Hackers steal admin credentials, run rampart on PBS.  —  Tweet Comments  —  Hackers have infilitrated the US Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and published a report that claims legendary rappers Tupac and Biggie Smalls are alive in New Zealand.
Vlad Savov / Engadget:
NVIDIA's quad-core Kal-El used to demo next-gen mobile graphics, blow minds (video)  —  You might think yourself too grown-up to be wowed by shiny, glittery things, but we doubt many will be able to watch NVIDIA's new Glow Ball tech demo without a smidgen of childlike glee.
Ethan McKinney / Conceivably Tech:
Linus Torvalds Approves Linux 3.0 RC1  —  Nearly 20 years after Linus Torvalds' first Linux post and after 39 major releases for the Linux 2.6 kernel, the OS inventor signed off on Linux 3.0.  The new kernel is now available as RC1.  Torvalds posted the 3. RC1 as a 93 MB download …
Bradley Wint / BlogTechnical:
[Update] Skype installs EasyBits Go CrapWare on your systems without users' prior knowledge  —  It seems that Skype is automatically installing crapware called EasyBits Go without informing or asking users for installation permission.  —  This morning I was notified that Skype needed third-party access …
Zee / The Next Web:
Ultra-minimalist writing app iA Writer now available for Mac  —  If you're a minimalism freak you've come to the right place.  Today marks the release of iA writer for Mac, a writing app or rather “digital writing tool” with so much minimalism, there's barely anything there.
Jean-Louis Gassée / Monday Note:
Google Wallet: Big Deal or another Buzz?  —  After weeks of rumors, Google finally announced its near field communication payment system, christened Google Wallet.  It must be big because PayPal sued, but how big?  —  Let's start with the basics.  —  First, the ostensible goal is to get rid …
Discussion: Singularity Hub
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Here's How You Might Be Able To Watch Live TV, For Free, On Your iPad  —  Your iPad can do lots of things, but live TV generally isn't one of them.  With a few exceptions, the TV networks don't want their programming going out live anywhere but your big screen, under their supervision.
Discussion: FierceIPTV, App Advice and iClarified, Thanks:beet_tv
Eric Eldon / Inside Social Games:
As Zynga Looks to IPO, Its Traffic on Facebook Stays High  —  Most developers on Facebook have many ups and downs, with an emphasis on the downs over the last 12 months or so as Facebook has cut back on viral channels.  Zynga stands out not just for dwarfing the rest of the market …
Discussion: Softpedia News and ReveNews
Zee M Kane / The Next Web:
The Truth About That ‘Landmark’ Twitter Case  —  Earlier today The Telegraph reported that Twitter had revealed the name, email address and telephone number of Ahmed Khan, a UK council whistleblower accused of libelling his local authority using a number of anonymous twitter accounts and blog Mr Monkey.
 Archived Page Info: 
This is a snapshot of Techmeme at 5:55 AM ET, May 30, 2011.

View the current page or another snapshot:

 Techmeme Sponsor Posts: 
Continuing to serve, veterans deploy to disaster zones  —  Learn how Team Rubicon underwent a digital transformation to help more communities affected by natural disaster.
Learn how eero uses IPv6, the next generation networking standard, to make all connected devices work better.  —  All eeros have received software upgrades including a new, highly requested feature — IPv6.
Four Must-Have Add-ons for your CRM System  —  The below is a guest blog by Gene Marks, a CPA, author, columnist, and owner of The Marks Group.  Gene writes every day on small business for the Washington Post …
3 Ways Large Organizations Are Using Blockchain  —  Check out our 2 infographics on how large organizations are adopting blockchain technology to save money and secure data.
Sponsor Techmeme
 See Also: 
Techmeme: site main
Techmeme River: reverse chronological Techmeme
Techmeme Mobile: for phones
Techmeme Leaderboard: Techmeme's top sources
Techmeme RSS feed
Techmeme on Twitter
 More Items: 
Maciej Ceglowski / Pinboard:
Remembrance of Links Past
Tresa Baldas / Detroit Free Press:
Federal inmates eligible to use e-mail
David Streitfeld / New York Times:
Funny or Die: Groupon's Fate Hinges on Words
Ryan Singel / Epicenter:
Wolfram Alpha Turns 2: ‘People Just Need What We Are Doing’
Bethany Overland / TechFlash:
E-sales to imprints: Amazon's ambitious publishing plan
Discussion: Brij Singh's Blog
 Earlier Items: 
Mike Butcher / TechCrunch Europe:
Greylock Partners launches new $160 million tech fund for Europe and Israel
Discussion: SAI, VentureBeat and TechCrunch
Tom Espiner / CNET News:
Zuckerberg: Privacy anxiety is fleeting
The Politico:
Anthony Weiner: Hackers posted lewd photos on Twitter
Arik Hesseldahl / AllThingsD:
Lockheed Martin Confirms It Came Under Attack