MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Behold: Facebook's Secret Photo Sharing App — Last night, something very interesting came our way. Something massive — documents and images outlining what appears to be a new Facebook iPhone app built around photo sharing. We teased what we had with a single image last night.
Discussion: Screenwerk, PR Newswire, Inside Facebook, SAI, L.A. Times Tech Blog, Gizmodo, LAPTOP Magazine, TiPb, Neowin.net, IntoMobile and Friending Facebook Blog
Greg Sterling / Screenwerk: Timelines Founders Launch ‘Instagram for Parents’
Molly McHugh / PR Newswire: Facebook's photo app: Dissecting the latest details
Nathan Olivarez-Giles / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Facebook photo-sharing app in development for Apple's iPhone? [Updated]
Sarah Silbert / LAPTOP Magazine: Leaked Photos Hint at Facebook Photo-Sharing App for iOS
Leanna Lofte / TiPb: Facebook working on secret photo sharing app?
Michael Brown / Neowin.net: Leaked: Facebook's photo sharing iPhone app
Simon Sage / IntoMobile: Facebook preparing new photo sharing iPhone app?
Emil Protalinski / Friending Facebook Blog: Unveiled: Facebook's photo sharing app for iPhone
Darrell Etherington / GigaOM:
Is Facebook about to have the last word in iPhone photo sharing?
Is Facebook about to have the last word in iPhone photo sharing?
Don Reisinger / The Digital Home: Facebook prepping photo-sharing iPhone app?
Daniel Ionescu / PC World: Facebook Photo App Targets Instagram, Color
Kim-Mai Cutler / Inside Mobile Apps: Facebook Appears to Be Finally Moving Away From Its All-in-One Mobile App Strategy
Goncalo Ribeiro / Redmond Pie: Facebook On Verge Of Releasing New Photo Sharing App For iPhone [Leaked Screenshot]
Greg Sterling / Screenwerk: Timelines Founders Launch “Instagram for Parents”
Dan Frommer / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider: Phew: Facebook Hasn't Forgotten About The iPhone After All
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Facebook's Upcoming Photo App Looks Great
Todd Ogasawara / SocialTimes.com: What Does the Rumored Facebook Photo App Mean for Privacy, Instagram & More
Phil Hornshaw / Appolicious Advisor: Rumor: Facebook prepping powerful, great-looking photo sharing app
Jennifer Van Grove / Mashable!: Send Multiple iPhone Pics in One Digital Postcard with Photogram
Gus Sentementes / BaltTech: A new Facebook photo-sharing app?
Dan Rowinski / ReadWriteWeb: Facebook's Reported iOS Photosharing App Could Provide More Implicit Data to the Social Graph
Damon Poeter / PC Magazine: Report: Facebook Set to Debut ‘Awesome’ iPhone Photo App
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
Project Spartan: Facebook's Hush-Hush Plan To Take On Apple On Their Own Turf: iOS — Given the news that has already come out about Facebook, you're probably thinking there is no way that anything else leaks out today. They're probably on lockdown (real lockdown, not the crazed coding “lockdown"), right?
Kelly Hodgkins / Gizmodo: Facebook is Armed With HTML5 and Gunning For Apple
The Lulz Boat / @lulzsec:
Discussion: The Register, Computerworld, Examiner, The Next Web, Naked Security, PC Magazine, CNET News, L.A. Times Tech Blog, Bits, The Huffington Post, AllThingsD, msnbc.com, ReadWriteWeb, BetaNews, Pulse2, @th3j35t3r, CBS News, Gizmodo, Techland, @wikileaks, @kevinmitnick, @k_sec, @voulnet, @kevinmitnick, @kevinmarks, Boing Boing and Gawker
Dan Goodin / The Register: LulzSec claims responsibility for CIA.gov outage
Michael Santo / Examiner: Challenged by Twitter user, LulzSec takes down CIA.gov
Zee / The Next Web: Senate website, CIA.gov reportedly hacked. LulzSec claims responsibility. [Updated]
Naked Security / Sophos: CIA website brought down by DDoS attack, LulzSec hackers claim responsibility
Damon Poeter / PC Magazine: CIA Website Brought Down, LulzSec Claims Credit
Nathan Olivarez-Giles / L.A. Times Tech Blog: CIA website down temporarily; LulzSec takes credit for the hack [Updated]
Nick Bilton / Bits: Hacking Group Says It Brought Down C.I.A. Site
Arik Hesseldahl / AllThingsD: CIA Web Site Goes Down; LulzSec Takes Credit
Winda Benedetti / msnbc.com: Nerd fight! 4chan takes on LulzSec over game attacks
Curt Hopkins / ReadWriteWeb: CIA.gov Possibly Down, LulzSec Claims Responsibility
Tim Conneally / BetaNews: LulzSec takes down CIA website
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: LulzSec Takes Credit For Taking Down CIA Website In A Tweet
Smells an Onion / @th3j35t3r: @lulzsec - re: your last hit. Gloves off. Expect me. My silence is not an indication of weakness, as your mouth is an indication of yours.
Brian Barrett / Gizmodo: Woah: Lulz Security Just Took On the CIA
Matt Peckham / Techland: Hackers Claim to Sting CIA Website, Attack Senate Site Again
@wikileaks: WikiLeaks supporters, LulzSec, take down CIA http://t.co/TuzudOm who has task force into WikiLeaks
Kevin Mitnick / @kevinmitnick: Did @Lulzsec really take cia.gov down? Poking the tiger? No! More like kicking the tiger in the balls? http://tinyurl.com/3spmbcp
Kurt Baumgartner / @k_sec: really? lulzsec just DOS'd cia dot gov? “tango down”
Mohammad Al Doub / @voulnet: And @LulzSec takes down cia.gov off the grid. Oh my, this is starting to get really, really good. Prequel to Hackers 4?
Kevin Mitnick / @kevinmitnick: They would have likely dropped info on pastebin if they got a shell on the box (re: cia.gov.)
Kevin Marks / @kevinmarks: did @LulzSec actually DDoS the CIA, or just say they did and rely on the media's thundering herd instinct? http://techme.me/BfVt @onthemedia
Rob Beschizza / Boing Boing: Lulzsec scalps CIA
Adrian Chen / Gawker: Lulzsec Hackers Go to War with 4chan
LulzSec opens hack request line
LulzSec opens hack request line
Discussion: Examiner, BetaNews, @lulzsec, Fast Company and Between the Lines Blog
Michael Santo / Examiner: Hacker group LulzSec opens ‘Dial-a-Hack Hotline’
Joe Wilcox / BetaNews: Want a site attacked? Call the LulzSec request line
The Lulz Boat / @lulzsec: Our number literally has anywhere between 5-20 people ringing it every single second. We can forward it anywhere in the world. Suggestions?
Jonathan S. Geller / BGR:
Exclusive: Google Nexus 4G detailed - 720p display, 4G LTE, Android 4.0 — Google is two devices deep in a quest to deliver its vision of what a mobile device should be, while pushing the envelope forward as far as specifications and collaboration is concerned.
Discussion: Technologizer, mocoNews, Ars Technica, Android and Me, CNET News, IGN Gear, PhoneDog.com, Pocket-lint, pocketnow.com, Digital Trends, Redmond Pie, Geek.com, GottaBeMobile, Droid Life, ITworld.com, Edible Apple, Gadget Lab, Android Phone Fans, IntoMobile, I4U News, SAI, Techie Buzz, Pulse2, TG Daily, PhoneArena, Electronista and MobileCrunch
Jared Newman / Technologizer: Am I the Only One Who Likes Physical Android Buttons?
Alberto Vildosola / Android and Me: BGR: Nexus 4G will arrive this Thanksgiving with a dual-core 1.2 GHz CPU, 4G LTE, and Android 4.0
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Report: Details leaked on next Google Nexus phone
Justin Rubio / IGN Gear: Report: Nexus 4G to Be Most Powerful Smartphone Yet
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: Google Nexus 4G: Details revealed?
Stephen Schenck / pocketnow.com: Could These Be Google's Specs For The Nexus 4G?
Molly McHugh / Digital Trends: Coming Nexus phone's details surface
Goncalo Ribeiro / Redmond Pie: Nexus 4G Revealed: Dual-Core 1.5Ghz CPU, 1GB RAM, 720p Display, 4G LTE, Android 4.0
Brad Reed / ITworld.com: Google prepping an LTE ‘superphone’?
Christina Bonnington / Gadget Lab: Rumor: Google's New Nexus Phone Includes Button-Free Screen, Faster Chip
Kevin Krause / Android Phone Fans: Next Nexus to Be 4G LTE Handset with Android 4.0, 720p Display [RUMORS]
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: Google Nexus 4G Details leak
Steve Kovach / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider: LEAK: Details On Google's Next Massively Powerful Nexus Phone
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Google Nexus 4G Specs Leak
Trent Nouveau / TG Daily: Alleged Nexus 4 specs detailed in the wild
Jordan Crook / MobileCrunch: Rumor: Google's Next Nexus To Be The “Nexus 4G?”
Chris Ziegler / This is my next:
Google ‘Nexus 4G’ rumored for Thanksgiving launch with 720p display, LTE, and Ice Cream Sandwich
Google ‘Nexus 4G’ rumored for Thanksgiving launch with 720p display, LTE, and Ice Cream Sandwich
Discussion: BetaNews and PhoneDog.com
Andreas Tuerk / Google Public Policy Blog:
Me, Myself and I: Helping to manage your identity on the web — In recent years, it's become easier and easier to publish information about yourself online, through powerful new platforms like social networking sites and photo sharing services. One way to manage your privacy on these sites …
Discussion: Search Engine Land, The Next Web, PC Magazine, Between the Lines Blog, Computerworld and Neowin.net
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land: Google's “Me On The Web” Pushes Google Profiles — Take That, Facebook?
Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web: Google releases ‘Me on the Web’ tool to help monitor your web identity
Chloe Albanesius / PC Magazine: Manage Your Online Identity With Google's ‘Me on the Web’
Juan Carlos Perez / Computerworld: Google tackles online reputation management
Source: Apple drastically reduces orders for iPhone 4 camera flash — Apple's next-generation iPhone could feature a new LED camera flash module from a different manufacturer, a person familiar with the company's supply chain has told AppleInsider. — Apple is said to have “greatly reduced” …
Daniel H. Wilson / Wall Street Journal:
The Terrifying Truth About New Technology — Do robots and Twitter make you nervous? Growing old is what you're really afraid of — A pilot virtual senior center program in New York City is allowing homebound seniors to use social technology to battle isolation and depression.
Felix Lin / Google Chrome Blog:
Chromebooks now available for sale — Last month we unveiled the first Chromebooks from our partners, Samsung and Acer. Chromebooks were built and optimized for the web to give you a faster, simpler and more secure experience without the headaches of traditional computers.
Discussion: USA Today, TechSpot, Pulse2, Computerworld, Search Engine Land, SlashGear, Geek.com, BetaNews, Chrome OS Site, ZeroPaid.com, Techie Buzz, WebProNews, Guardian, @dannysullivan, 9to5 Google and Engadget
Edward C. Baig / USA Today: Google Chromebook works great as long as you're online
Emil Protalinski / TechSpot: Google Chromebooks go on sale in seven countries
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Google Chromebooks Are Now Available For Purchase In The U.S.
JR Raphael / Computerworld: Confirmed: Acer Chromebook is delayed
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land: Chromebook Day: You Can Finally Buy A Google Chrome OS Computer (Sort Of)
Rue Liu / SlashGear: Google Chromebooks Now On Sale
Alan Henry / Geek.com: Google Chromebooks now available in stores
Keith Dsouza / Techie Buzz: Google Chromebooks Up For Sale on Amazon and BestBuy
Chris Crum / WebProNews: Google Chromebooks Now on Sale for Consumers
Danny Sullivan / @dannysullivan: actually, you can't buy chromebooks at amazon yet. all still listed as “not released”
Seth Weintraub / 9to5 Google: Chromebooks now on sale at Amazon and Best Buy
Colleen Taylor / GigaOM:
Sun co-founder launches new startup — on Twitter — WayIn is a new startup being developed by Sun Microsystems' co-founder Scott McNealy. But so far, the tech industry titan is going about the company's launch in a slightly unexpected way: entirely over Twitter.
Ross Miller / This is my next:
HTC EVO 3D review — HTC's EVO 4G legacy is something of a rarity in the smartphone industry. Sprint used it as a gateway drug for its WiMAX service — “4G” back when that nomenclature meant something (and was used to great effect in a huge marketing campaign).
Discussion: BGR, BGR, Engadget, Gizmodo, AllThingsD, Electronista and GottaBeMobile
Todd Haselton / BGR: HTC EVO View 4G review
Jonathan S. Geller / BGR: HTC EVO 3D review
Myriam Joire / Engadget: HTC EVO 3D review
Sam Biddle / Gizmodo: HTC Evo 3D: Oh My God Make It Stop Hurting
Roger Cheng / AllThingsD: The Evo 3D: More Than Meets The Crossed Eye
Andrew Lipsman / comScore Voices:
The Network Effect: Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter & Tumblr Reach New Heights in May — With each passing month it seems that social networking becomes more deeply ingrained into our digital lives. If we take a look back at the past few years we can see just how pervasive it has become.
Discussion: Inside Facebook, VatorNews, All Facebook, SAI, GeekWire and Search Engine Land
Eric Eldon / Inside Facebook: More Measurement Firms Show Stronger May US Facebook Growth, Following Slower Start to 2011
Ronny Kerr / VatorNews: 10 minutes of each hour online spent socially
Jackie Cohen / All Facebook: VOTE: Are You Spending Less Time On Facebook?
Henry Blodget / SAI: That Story About How Facebook Lost Users In May Was A Bunch Of Crap
Hiroki Asakawa / Google LatLong:
My Places now helps you manage your important locations — Almost every day you encounter new places and businesses, whether it's a new store you spotted on your commute to work, or a restaurant you visited with friends over the weekend. To date, you've been able to star places on Google Maps …
Discussion: Google Places Blog, Pulse2, Lifehacker, Search Engine Land, WebProNews, Softpedia News and Understanding Google …
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Google My Places Now Allow You To Manage Your Important Locations
Matthew Rogers / Lifehacker: Google's New “My Places” Feature Makes Starring and Reviewing Places Useful
Brent Simmons / inessential:
What we talk about when we talk about RSS — (Disclaimer: I started working with RSS even before creating NetNewsWire nine years ago. I still very much want NetNewsWire to succeed. But know that I don't speak for NetNewsWire or for its new owner, Black Pixel.) — Varieties of RSS
Discussion: Not Quite a Blog
Ethan Bauley / Data Central:
HP Files Civil Lawsuit Against Oracle — HP today issued the following statement: HP believes that Oracle's March 22 statement to discontinue all future software development on the Itanium platform violates legally binding commitments Oracle has made to HP and the more than 140,000 shared HP-Oracle customers.
Discussion: The Register, Techie Buzz, Pulse2 and Electronista, Thanks:hpnews
Timothy Prickett Morgan / The Register: HP sues Oracle over Itanic withdrawal
Keith Dsouza / Techie Buzz: HP Sues Oracle Over Itanium Processor Development Pullout
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: HP Files Civil Lawsuit Against Oracle Over Itanium Platform
Sam Gustin / Epicenter:
Pandora IPO Pops 60 Percent, Closes Up Nearly Nine Percent — Update — 4:15 p.m. EDT: Pandora shares ended regular session trading at $17.42, nearly nine percent higher than the $16 offering price. — Pandora, the internet radio company, became the latest web company to go public Wednesday …
Discussion: TechCrunch, SAI, The Tech Trade, Fast Company, Deal Journal, CNET News, @r0bl0rd, Pulse2, BetaNews, Pandora, TheStreet.com and WebProNews, more at Mediagazer »
Henry Blodget / SAI: CONGRATULATIONS WALL STREET AND PANDORA! A Hot Tech IPO Is Finally Priced Correctly
Kit Eaton / Fast Company: Pandora's IPO: Beyond The Music
Shira Ovide / Deal Journal: Blame Greece: Pandora Closes Only 9% Higher
Greg Sandoval / CNET News: Pandora, a good service but poor investment
Rob Lord / @r0bl0rd: Hrm. $P's big stock market valuation will factor in to future music licensing rates. Many unintended consequences to follow. #pandora
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Pandora Stock Price Increases 60% After Opening, Closes At 9% High
Tim Westergren / Pandora: “P” — We crossed a milestone at Pandora today: this morning …
Olivia Oran / TheStreet.com: Pandora Shares Sing at Debut, Then Fall
Chris Crum / WebProNews: Pandora Launches IPO, Market Cap: 2.87 Billion
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch:
Reddit Hits 1.2B Monthly Pageviews, More Than Doubles Its Engineering Staff — Community news site Reddit, which at some point was running on one engineer, has almost tripled its engineering staff today, with the addition of three new hires, Google's Logan Hanks, Oracle's Keith Mitchell and recent engineering graduate Brian Simpson.
Discussion: VentureBeat and Softpedia News
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch:
Dolby Sues RIM Over Patent Infringement, Aims To Halt Sales Of BlackBerry Devices — Breaking - Dolby has just announced that it has filed patent infringement lawsuits in the United States and Germany against BlackBerry maker Research In Motion. — The lawsuits seek recovery of financial damages …
Business Wire: Dolby Sues Research In Motion for Patent Infringement; Seeks Sales Halt Of Unlicensed Blackberry …
Courtney Boyd Myers / The Next Web: Dolby sues RIM for patent infringement of its music technologies
Kate O'Brien / MobileSyrup.com: Dolby suing RIM over Patent Infringement
John Paczkowski / AllThingsD: Dolby Patent Suit Adds to RIM's Woes
Erica Ogg / CNET News: Dolby says BlackBerry, Playbook violate patents
Adam Zeis / CrackBerry.com blogs: Dolby files lawsuit against Research In Motion regarding audio patents
Ben Kuchera / Ars Technica:
Duke Nukem's PR threatens to punish sites that run negative reviews — Update: 2K Games has officially weighed in on the issue. “2K Games does not endorse the comments made by Jim Redner and we can confirm that The Redner Group no longer represents our products.
Discussion: Examiner, @therednergroup, ZDNet, The Escapist, Tools, msnbc.com, @jspepper, DailyTech, Broken Toys, VG247, All New Musings, Kotaku, Neowin.net and The Consumerist, more at Mediagazer »
@therednergroup: I have to apologize to the community. I acted out of pure emotion. I will be sending each of you a private apology.
Peter Cohen / ZDNet: Twitter tantrum sinks Duke Nukem Forever PR agency
Andy Chalk / The Escapist: Duke Nukem Train Wreck Trashes Take-Two
Joey Davidson / Tools: Duke Nukem PR Rep Threatens Sites That Give Bad Reviews
Winda Benedetti / msnbc.com: 'Duke Nukem's' PR agency threatens game reviewers
Jeremy Pepper / @jspepper: How to threaten the press and then lose a client .... Duke Nukem's PR threatens to punish sites that run neg reviews http://t.co/4POeVtN
Mark Kurlyandchik / DailyTech: Take-Two Stock Tumbles on Disappointing ‘Duke Nukem Forever’ Reviews
Scott Jennings / Broken Toys: Always Bet On Poo
Stephany Nunneley / VG247: Analyst expects Duke Nukem Forever to sell close to 2 million units
Ewan Spence / All New Musings: Let's practice writing about #epicfails like Duke Nukem Forever... it's fun!
Brian Crecente / Kotaku: Negative Duke Reviews Could Lead to PR S**tlist [Update]
John Callaham / Neowin.net: Duke Nukem Forever publisher fires its third party PR rep
Chris Morran / The Consumerist: PR Company Tells Reviewers To Write Nice Things Or Don't Get Review Copies In The Future
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
TV or Web Video? Now, Finally, We're Starting To Choose. — The weird thing about the Web video boom is that it doesn't seem to have cut into the TV business: Much to the relief of many well-paid people, TV viewing has gone up even as Web video usage has gone up. Put us in front of a screen, and we'll watch it.
Discussion: Nielsen Wire, GigaOM, Lost Remote, ReadWriteWeb and Mashable!, more at Mediagazer »
Janko Roettgers / GigaOM: Americans love their TVs, but flirt with streaming
Cory Bergman / Lost Remote: TV viewing still growing, but web video growing faster
Audrey Watters / ReadWriteWeb: Does More Internet Streaming and Web Video Mean Less Traditional TV Viewership?
Lauren Indvik / Mashable!: Americans Watching More Video Than Ever Before [STUDY]
Clare Jim / Reuters:
Acer cuts 2011 tablet shipment target by nearly 60 percent — (Reuters) - Acer Inc slashed its full-year shipment target for tablets by almost 60 percent and expects lower notebook shipments as the world No.2 PC maker works to clear accumulated inventory. — However, Acer …
Nathan Olivarez-Giles / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Acer slashing tablet shipment target by about 60% for 2011
Nicholas Greene / thechromesource: No Chromebooks From Acer Right Now - Cromia Series of Chome OS Laptops Delayed
Chris Martin / Inquirer: Acer cuts tablet shipments by 60 per cent
Jeffrey Van Camp / Digital Trends: Acer cuts tablet shipments by almost 60 percent for 2011
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Acer Cuts Their 2011 Tablet Shipping By About 60%
Amar Toor / Engadget: Acer lowers forecast for tablet, notebook shipments, blames limping European economy
John Paczkowski / AllThingsD: Acer Not Selling So Many Iconia Tabs After All
Trent Nouveau / TG Daily: Analysis: Acer gets a dose of Android tablet reality
Kevin Krause / Android Phone Fans: Acer responds to market challenges, cutting tablet shipments by 60 percent
Mark Kurlyandchik / DailyTech: Acer Slashes Year-End Tablet Shipment Target by 60 Percent
Rip Empson / TechCrunch:
Investors Flock To Boston To See TechStars' 12 Cool New Startups (Here's A Peek) — Today, seed fund and accelerator, TechStars, put on its “Demo Day” in Boston to debut 12 new companies to the world. Investors came in from far and wide to vet these young startups and to potentially take out their checkbooks.
Matt LeMay / bitly blog:
bitly Pro is now... bitly! — Since launching in December of 2009, our bitly Pro whitelabel service has grown to power over 10,000 custom short domains, including but by no means limited to gat.es (The Gates Foundation), diddy.it, (Diddy), dalaila.ma (His Holiness the Dalai Lama), and cart.mn (South Park Studios).
Discussion: The Next Web, Pulse2, AllTwitter and TechCrunch
Matt Brian / The Next Web: Bitly Pro goes free, custom short domains and analytics available for all
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Bitly Now Allows You To Set Up Custom Short Domain Names For Free
Lauren Dugan / AllTwitter: Bit.ly Pro Is Now Free! Get Your Custom Short Domain Today
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch: Bitly Makes Its Bitly Pro Features Free To All Users
Liz Gannes / AllThingsD:
Facebook Photos Product Manager Sam Odio Leaving the Company — Sam Odio, the product manager for Facebook Photos who joined when Facebook bought his start-up, Divvyshot, just over a year ago, will leave the company at the end of this week. — A spokesperson for Facebook confirmed Odio's departure but did not offer further comment.
Discussion: All Facebook and TechCrunch
Jackie Cohen / All Facebook: Facebook Photos Product Manager Sam Odio Is Leaving
Zach Honig / Engadget:
Google Sync adds mail server search, appointment confirmation to native iOS apps — Google Sync has pushed Gmail messages, calendar updates, and contacts to iOS since its launch in 2009, but this half-baked solution previously lacked some key functionality.
Discussion: MacRumors and Computerworld
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: Google Sync for iOS Updated With New Email Search, Calendar Events, ‘Send Mail As’
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
In Run-Up To Kindle Lending Program, Libraries Beef Up E-Book Offerings — The number of people that check out e-books from libraries is still relatively small—under 15 percent, according to a January Digital Book World survey. But as e-book sales surpass print sales and e-readers add support …
Discussion: Market Wire, ReadWriteWeb and TeleRead