Thomas Catan / Wall Street Journal:
FTC to Serve Google With Subpoenas in Broad Antitrust Probe — The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is poised to serve Google Inc. with civil subpoenas, according to people familiar with the matter, signaling the start of a wide-ranging, formal antitrust investigation into whether the search giant has abused its dominance on the Web.
Discussion: Ars Technica, PC World, Search Engine Land, Search Engine Land, The Register, Mobile Marketing Watch, GeekWire, TechCrunch, CNNMoney.com, ReadWriteWeb, Digital Trends, VentureBeat, Electronista, paidContent, CNET News, The Hill, InfoWorld, Between the Lines Blog, Pulse2, Marketing Pilgrim, NBC Bay Area, The Business Insider, @jason, Gawker, AdAge, Reuters, Communications … and WebProNews
Jared Newman / PC World: FTC Aims its Antitrust Cannon at Google
Danny Sullivan / Search Engine Land: Googleopoly: The Definitive Guide To Antitrust Investigations Against Google
Todd Bishop / GeekWire: Report: FTC moving ahead with Google antitrust probe
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch: The Knives Are Out For Google As FTC Prepares Antitrust Investigation
Dan Rowinski / ReadWriteWeb: Reports: Google to Face Broad Antitrust Investigation from U.S. Government
Andrew Couts / Digital Trends: FTC to hit Google with antitrust probe, report says
Joe Mullin / paidContent: FTC To Investigate Google Over Antitrust Issues
Declan McCullagh / CNET News: FTC, Senate rachet up Google antitrust probes
Gautham Nagesh / The Hill: Report: FTC will subpoena Google in antitrust probe
Grant Gross / InfoWorld: Report: FTC preparing to serve subpoenas to Google
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines Blog: FTC reportedly eyes antitrust probe of Google: Is search giant too dominant?
Riley Kennysmith / Pulse2: FTC to Subpoena Google in an Antitrust Investigation
Frank Reed / Marketing Pilgrim: Google Facing FTC Antitrust Probe
Barbara E. Hernandez / NBC Bay Area: Google To Be Subpoenaed by FTC?
Jason Calacanis / @jason: told you so :-) - seriously, G could avoid w/more transparency/communication : FTC to Serve Google W/Subpoenas http://t.co/nd4fQD5
Ryan Tate / Gawker: Google Under Investigation for Being Evil
Edmund Lee / AdAge: Feds Prepare Anti-Trust Subpoenas for Google
Bill Rigby / Reuters: Google to receive FTC subpoenas: report
Chris Crum / WebProNews: Report: FTC Ready to Serve Google Subpoenas
Anthony James / TechFlash: FTC to probe Google after Expedia, others claim lost clicks
Thomas Ricker / Engadget:
Nokia's first Windows Phone: images and video, codenamed ‘Sea Ray’ — Ok, this one's odd. In fact, we didn't believe the images until a video just surfaced showing Nokia CEO, Stephen Elop, foolishly asking a crowd of people to “put away their cameras” for the unveiling of something “super confidential,” codenamed “Sea Ray.”
Discussion: BetaNews, eWeek, Technet, 9 to 5 Mac, WinRumors, PC Magazine, The Toybox Blog, ReadWriteWeb, TechSpot, My Nokia Blog, GottaBeMobile, My Nokia Blog, Gizmodo, The Next Web, Electricpig.co.uk, WPCentral.com, IntoMobile, PhoneArena, SlashGear, mocoNews, MobileSyrup.com, Electronista, Techie Buzz, The Nokia Blog, Mashable! and Softpedia News
Ed Oswald / BetaNews: Nokia's first Windows Phone device: ‘Sea Ray’
Nicholas Kolakowski / eWeek: Nokia's Windows Phone Flashed by CEO Stephen Elop
Emil Protalinski / TechSpot: First video and pictures: Nokia's first Windows phone
Jay Montano / My Nokia Blog: Video: The FIRST Nokia Windows Phone - The Nokia N9 you loved but with Mango and not MeeGo
Jay Montano / My Nokia Blog: Stephen Elop Introduces Nokia Windows Phone? (Looks like Nokia N9 or possibly is just that)
Sam Biddle / Gizmodo: This Is Nokia's First Windows Phone
Paul Sawers / The Next Web: Nokia Windows Phone Photo Leaked
Nick Marshall / Electricpig.co.uk: Did Stephen Elop just leak a Windows Phone-powered N9 codenamed Sea Ray?
Richard Edmonds / WPCentral.com: Nokia's first WP7 device, ‘Sea Ray’, demoed [Video]
Marc Flores / IntoMobile: Nokia Windows Phone leaked, codenamed ‘Sea Ray’
Apurva Chaudhary / Techie Buzz: Nokia's Windows Phone - Sea Ray, Leaked On Video
Mark Guim / The Nokia Blog: First Nokia Windows Phone Leaked on Video
Stan Schroeder / Mashable!: This Is Sea Ray, Nokia's First Windows Phone [VIDEO]
Charles Arthur / Guardian:
Stephen Elop teases with Nokia Windows Phone - but N9 will be DOA, analyst says
Stephen Elop teases with Nokia Windows Phone - but N9 will be DOA, analyst says
Discussion: Digital Trends, Ars Technica, Technet, ExtremeTech, BGR, CNET News, Computerworld, Pocket-lint, Computerworld, LiveSide.net, I4U News, InfoWorld, IntoMobile, TechnoBuffalo, Inquirer, MediaFile, DailyTech, OnlyGizmos, Redmond Pie, Hardware 2.0 Blog, Neowin.net, Know Your Cell and Geek.com
Lee Mathews / ExtremeTech: Nokia's First WP7 Device Outed on Video
Zach Epstein / BGR: Symbian is officially no longer Nokia's problem
Bonnie Cha / CNET News: First Nokia Windows Phone handset leaked?
Mikael Ricknäs / Computerworld: Video shows first Nokia Windows Phone, code-named Sea Ray
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: Nokia Windows Phone Sea Ray makes Appearance in Hands of Elop
Robert X. Cringely / InfoWorld: Video shows first Nokia Windows Phone
Wen Muenyi / IntoMobile: Nokia N9 NFC file transfer demoed on video
Sean P. Aune / TechnoBuffalo: Nokia's First Windows Phone 7 Device Shown Off in Video
Chris Martin / Inquirer: Nokia Windows Phone 7 ‘Sea Ray’ gets leaked
Lars Paronen / MediaFile: Nokia's first Windows phone is N9 redux
Rahul Srinivas / OnlyGizmos: Nokia's First Windows Phone Device “Sea Ray” Leaked
Oliver Haslam / Redmond Pie: First Nokia Windows Phone 7 Handset Shows Up In Photos And A Brief Video!
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes / Hardware 2.0 Blog: This is Nokia's first Windows Phone handset
Tim Schiesser / Neowin.net: Video & pictures of Nokia Windows Phone leak
Sean Fallon / Know Your Cell: The “Sea Ray” is Nokia's first Windows phone
Matthew Humphries / Geek.com: Nokia unveils “Sea Ray” Windows Phone 7
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac:
T-Mobile USA: We're now carrying over a million unlocked iPhones — As AT&T tries to swallow up the American wing of the German telekom, many have wondered whether Apple would allow T-Mobile to carry the iPhone. Apple's answer so far is a no*, but that hasn't stopped T-Mobile customers from adopting iPhones.
Discussion: PC World, ITProPortal, GottaBeMobile, Appolicious Advisor, MacGazette.net, ZDNet, GigaOM, MacRumors, Gizmodo, TiPb, TUAW, iPhone, Ubergizmo and App Advice
Eric Mack / PC World: T-Mobile Says 1 Million iPhones on its Network
Ravi Mandalia / ITProPortal: One Million Unlocked iPhones In Network Claims T-Mobile
Phil Hornshaw / Appolicious Advisor: T-Mobile says it now carries more than 1 million unlocked iPhones
James Kendrick / ZDNet: Over a million iPhones in use on the T-Mobile network
Darrell Etherington / GigaOM: Does hardware trump network speed? 1M T-Mobile iPhones say yes.
Michael Zhao / Gizmodo: There's a Million Unlocked iPhones on T-Mobile
Rene Ritchie / TiPb: Over 1 million unlocked iPhones running on T-Mobile USA
Kelly Hodgkins / TUAW: T-Mobile now home to 1 million iPhones
J.R. Bookwalter / iPhone: T-Mobile USA: One Million Unlocked iPhone Customers Served
George Wong / Ubergizmo: Over one million iPhone users are on T-Mobile
Siu Han / DigiTimes:
Apple iPhone 5 said to come with dual LED flash — Recent market rumors have indicated that Apple's iPhone 5 is likely to come with a dual-LED flash with Taiwan-based LED packaging firms Everlight Electronics, Edison Opto and Lite-On Technology being pinpointed as potential suppliers.
Discussion: I4U News, MacGazette.net, App Advice, MacRumors, 9 to 5 Mac, Geek.com, PhoneArena, RazorianFly, Redmond Pie, GrindGadget, Apple Bitch and MacHackPC
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: iPhone 5 takes better Low-Light Photos says new Rumor
Joe White / App Advice: Dual LED Flash Coming In iPhone 5?
Arnold Kim / MacRumors: iPhone 5 to Have a Dual LED Flash?
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: iPhone 5 to come with not one, but 2 LED flashes?
Jennifer Bergen / Geek.com: Apple iPhone 5 to have dual-LED flash?
Goncalo Ribeiro / Redmond Pie: Next iPhone To Sport A Dual-LED Flash? [Report]
David Ali / GrindGadget: iPhone 5 to come with 2 LED flashes?
RitvikReddy / MacHackPC: Apple's iPhone 5 to sport dual-LED flash [Rumor]
Andy Baio / Waxy:
Kind of Screwed — TL;DR version: Last year, I was threatened with a lawsuit over the pixel art album cover for Kind of Bloop. Despite my firm belief that I was legally in the right, I settled out of court to cut my losses. This ordeal was very nerve-wracking for me and my family …
Discussion: Betabeat, Daring Fireball, Gizmodo, @laughingsquid, @waxpancake, @jason, @reckless, @waxpancake, @danielpunkass, Kickstarter Blog and O'Reilly Radar
Mat Honan / Gizmodo: Kind of A Dick Move
Laughing Squid / @laughingsquid: there's a lively discussion taking place on Jay Maisel's Facebook page regarding his threat to sue @waxpancake http://owl.li/5oW8l
Andy Baio / @waxpancake: Disappointed in many of the comments being posted to Jay Maisel's Facebook page. Discussion: good. Lynch mob: bad.
Jason Calacanis / @jason: fracked up (un)fair fracking of fair use... important story by @waxpancake http://t.co/1zVgY8f
Nilay Patel / @reckless: @gruber Don't get me wrong; I think it's fair use, and I think Maisel went too far. But we have courts, and this should have gone there.
Andy Baio / @waxpancake: I was threatened with a lawsuit over Kind of Bloop's pixel-art cover and settled for $32,500. So I wrote about it: http://t.co/Bq6H31N
Daniel Jalkut / @danielpunkass: $32K is probably a lot of money for @waxpancake. Jay Maisel lives in a six-story, 72-room Manhattan home. http://t.co/ADYyrFE
Meaghan O'Connell / Kickstarter Blog: Kind of Screwed — Original photo © Jay Maisel. (via waxy.org)
Greg Sandoval / CNET News:
Exclusive: Top ISPs poised to adopt graduated response to piracy — Some of the country's largest Internet service providers are poised to leap into the antipiracy fight in a significant way. — After years of negotiations, a group of bandwidth providers that includes AT&T, Comcast …
Discussion: I4U News, Ars Technica, Technologizer, Computerworld, Boing Boing, Techdirt, ZeroPaid.com, Cisco Blog, Pulse2 and Electronista
Robert Evans / I4U News: Is The End of Digital Piracy Nigh?
Ian Paul / Computerworld: ISPs May Join Fight Against Piracy
Cory Doctorow / Boing Boing: Major US ISPs set to limit repeat infringers with throttling, limiting access to 200 websites …
Mike Masnick / Techdirt: Why ISPs Becoming Hollywood Enforcers Won't Actually Solve Hollywood's Problem
Thomas Barnett / Cisco Blog: The Dawn of the Zettabyte Era [INFOGRAPHIC]
Riley Kennysmith / Pulse2: ISPs Nearing Agreement On Action Against Web Piracy
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
Sources: PopCap In Late Stage Acquisition Discussions With EA For $1 Billion+ — Following up on our story earlier this evening that PopCap Games is in late stage acquisition discussions for a sum of over $1 billion — we've now heard from two sources that the buyer is Electronic Arts.
Discussion: VatorNews, VentureBeat, GeekWire, Computerworld, TechFlash, Ubergizmo, ITProPortal, maximumpc.com, ZDNet, MacGazette.net, MediaPost, RazorianFly and DigitalBattle.com
Ronny Kerr / VatorNews: Electronic Arts to snap up PopCap for $1 billion?
Matthew Lynley / VentureBeat: Rumor factory churns on: EA now potential buyer for casual game maker PopCap
John Cook / GeekWire: PopCap Games: By the numbers
Edwin Kee / Ubergizmo: PopCap on the verge of $1 billion buyout?
Ravi Mandalia / ITProPortal: EA Goes Shopping, May Buy PopCap For $1 Billion
Peter Cohen / ZDNet: Plants vs Zombies maker PopCap rumored to be acquired by EA
Gavin O'Malley / MediaPost: PopCap Games Courted For $1 Billion
Jeff Baker / DigitalBattle.com: EA to Buy PopCap for $1 Billion?
Felix Gillette / Business Week:
The Rise and Inglorious Fall of Myspace — It once promised to redefine music, politics, dating, and pop culture. Rupert Murdoch fell in love with it. Then everything fell apart — Alamy, Bloomberg, Getty Images — In 2006, Jeremy Jackson—the buff, bronzed former Baywatch child star—couldn't imagine a world without Myspace.
Discussion: Mixed Media, Yahoo! News and The Social Path
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media: Even MySpace's Founders Have Stopped Using MySpace
Joe Pompeo / Yahoo! News: As possible Myspace sale nears, a tale of how Rupert Murdoch ditched its founders
Greg Sterling / Search Engine Land:
comScore: the iPad Owns 97 Percent of US Tablet Traffic — As part of its new “device essentials” data product release comScore put out some interesting comparative findings about web traffic patterns from a broad array of mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets.
Discussion: PR Newswire, GigaOM, Technologizer, Daring Fireball, Between the Lines Blog, MacGazette.net, Technology Questions and Electronista
PR Newswire: comScore Introduces Device Essentials™ for Measuring Digital Traffic from All Devices …
Kevin C. Tofel / GigaOM: iPhones, iPads thrive on Wi-Fi, Androids on 3G and 4G
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: For Wi-Fi, PCs and Macs are Now a Minority
John Gruber / Daring Fireball: ComScore Claims the iPad Accounts for 97 Percent of US Tablet Traffic
Walter S. Mossberg / AllThingsD:
Google Unveils a Laptop With Its Brain in the Cloud — Would you buy a laptop that comes with only one major program—a Web browser—and doesn't allow you to install widely used software such as Microsoft Office, Apple's iTunes, Adobe Reader, or, in fact, any other locally installed program?
Discussion: Softpedia News
Tim Bradshaw / FT Technology:
Twitter plans bolder advertisements — Twitter is looking at introducing advertisements among the short messages that users see in the most active part of the social networking service, according to people with direct knowledge of its plans. The move comes as Twitter looks at a wider range …
Discussion: Pulse2, AllTwitter, The Next Web and Adotas
Riley Kennysmith / Pulse2: Twitter Looks to Add Ads to Your Timeline
Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web: Twitter reportedly to begin placing ads directly into users' streams
Gavin Dunaway / Adotas: Quick Hits: A Like Is Worth 20 Visits
Eric Eldon / Inside Facebook:
Another Sign of Facebook's Latest Interest in the Media Business: Netflix CEO Hastings Joins Board — After YouTube, Facebook and Netflix are the second and third favorite online video sites among US users, according to a recent report. Facebook has its social features driving growth …
Benny Evangelista / SFGate: Netflix CEO joins Facebook's board of directors
Colleen Taylor / GigaOM: Lights, camera... Facebook? Netflix CEO joins board
Shayndi Raice / Digits: Netflix Chief Friends Facebook
Richard Lawler / Engadget: Netflix CEO Reed Hastings joins Facebook's Board of Directors
Emil Protalinski / Friending Facebook Blog: Facebook adds Netflix CEO to board of directors
Jessica Guynn / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Facebook adds Netflix CEO Reed Hastings to board in advance of IPO
Leena Rao / TechCrunch: Readying For An IPO, Facebook Adds Netflix Founder And CEO Reed Hastings To Board
Liz Gannes / AllThingsD: Reed Hastings Joins Facebook Board
Jon C. Ogg / 24/7 Wall St.: Death of a Threat: Netflix CEO Joins Facebook Board... It Matters (NFLX)
Jonathan Stempel / Reuters:
Viacom sues Cablevision over iPad streaming — Viacom Inc sued Cablevision Systems Corp to halt what it called the unauthorized streaming of its programing on devices such as Apple Inc's iPad. The lawsuit was filed Thursday in Manhattan federal court, one day after court documents showed …
Discussion: paidContent, MacRumors, Engadget, Mashable! and Electronista
Joe Mullin / paidContent: Viacom Files Another iPad Streaming Lawsuit, This Time Against Cablevision
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: Viacom Sues Cablevision Over Live TV App for iPad, Negotiating Settlement With Time Warner
Richard Lawler / Engadget: Viacom sues Cablevision over its TV-streaming Optimum for iPad app
Christina Warren / Mashable!: Viacom iPad Lawsuits: Time Warner on Hold, Cablevision Moving Forward
Joe Mullin / paidContent:
Viacom And Time Warner Take A Break From Legal Battle Over TV On iPads
Viacom And Time Warner Take A Break From Legal Battle Over TV On iPads
Discussion: CNET News, Company Town, GigaOM, Associated Press, Reuters, Techland, Company Town and Wall Street Journal
Marguerite Reardon / CNET News: Viacom, Time Warner Cable suspend iPad app litigation
Ryan Lawler / GigaOM: Viacom and Time Warner Cable call truce in iPad fight
Graeme McMillan / Techland: TWC, Viacom Call a Timeout in Legal Battle over iPad Streaming
Peter Murray / Singularity Hub:
New Japanese Pop Idol Shocks Fans With News-She's Not Real (video) — A star is born! (and she only takes up 150 gigs of memory) — Only 15 seconds in the limelight and she'd already created an overnight buzz. She was the newest member of the very popular all-girl Japanese idol group AKB 48.
Discussion: PC Magazine
Julius Motal / PC Magazine: Japanese Pop Idol Actually a Digital Creation
Joel Falconer / The Next Web:
ABC employee caught mining for Bitcoins on company servers — An employee of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation has been caught using ABC servers to mine for Bitcoins, the Sydney Morning Herald reports. — New Bitcoins are generated through “mining” — a process that takes time and a lot of CPU power.
Discussion: Sydney Morning Herald
Jack Purcher / Patently Apple:
Apple Introduces an Enhanced TV Widget Paradigm for HDTV — On June 23, 2011, the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that reveals one of the next chapters for AppleTV. The proposed system is described by Apple as being an enhanced TV widget paradigm.
Discussion: 9 to 5 Mac
Christian Zibreg / 9 to 5 Mac: More widget news: Apple details content-aware widgets for big screen TVs
John Paczkowski / AllThingsD:
Apple, Android Owners Diverge on Wi-Fi Usage — But Why? — A new point of differentiation between iOS and Android users: People who own iOS devices tend to use Wi-Fi a hell of a lot more than Android users do. — This news comes from comScore's new Device Essentials service, which looks at mobile usage worldwide.
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Despite Expanded AmEx Deal, Foursquare Is Still A Revenue-Free Zone — Foursquare is expanding its relationship with American Express to provide local deals to people who sync their cards to their Foursquare accounts. AmEx did a trial at SXSW, and that went well enough that it is rolling out the deals more broadly.
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Foursquare rolls out AmEx deals nationwide
Tom Loftus / Digits: Tech Today: Anonymous, We Hardly Know Ye
Jenna Wortham / New York Times:
American Express Teams With Foursquare
American Express Teams With Foursquare
Discussion: VentureBeat, CNET News, Foursquare Blog, paidContent, Betabeat, GigaOM, MediaPost, VatorNews, RazorianFly, Street Fight, scribbal.com and The Bivings Report
Lance Whitney / CNET News: Foursquare, AmEx team up for deals
Gavin O'Malley / MediaPost: Foursquare Charges Ahead With AmEx Deal
Ronny Kerr / VatorNews: foursquare and American Express hit the big time
Gretchen McNeely / Street Fight: Loopt Experiments With Inverted Daily Deal Structure
Mariel Loveland / scribbal.com: Foursquare And American Express Announce National Partnership, Link Card To Get Cash Back
Danielle Sacks / Fast Company:
How Jack Abraham Is Reinventing EBay — Jack Abraham sold his startup to eBay for $75 million. Now all he has to do is help the e-commerce giant redefine the future of retailing. — AT THE MOMENT when most boys are plotting how to launch gum into a classmate's braids, 12-year-old Jack Abraham was hired by his father.
Darren Murph / Engadget:
Archos intros 80 G9 and 101 G9 Android 3.1 tablets: 1.5GHz CPU, 250GB HDD, 3G-ready (hands-on) — Angling for a new Android 3.1 tablet, are ya? If so, Archos has a new pair emerging from Paris today, the 80 G9 and 101 G9. Predictably, the biggest differentiator between the two is the screen size …
Discussion: 9to5 Google, This is my next Podcast, Gizmodo, Ubergizmo, Techie Buzz, Electronista, IntoMobile, GottaBeMobile and Android Phone Fans
Christian Zibreg / 9to5 Google: Archos goes legit with new Android Honeycomb devices
Dieter Bohn / This is my next Podcast: Archos 101 G9 and 80 G9 tablets bring Honeycomb, hard drive, and Google apps
Max Behrman / Gizmodo: A HDD-Powered Tablet Sounds Like a Very Bad Idea
Hubert Nguyen / Ubergizmo: Archos G9 Tablets: Humongous Storage, Low price
Blake Stimac / IntoMobile: Archos steps up its game with two new Honeycomb tablets
Apple Gets Antitrust Approval for Nortel Bid — Apple Inc. (AAPL) got approval from U.S. antitrust regulators to bid for the assets of bankrupt Nortel Networks Corp., according to an agency statement. — The Antitrust Division of the Justice Department reviewed Apple's request to bid …
Discussion: Reuters, bizjournals and iLounge
Jeff Bounds / bizjournals: FTC OKs Apple bid for Nortel patents
Charles Starrett / iLounge: Apple receives regulatory approval for Nortel bid
Sara Forden / Bloomberg:
Google's Page, Schmidt Face Senate Subpoena Threats — Google Inc. (GOOG)'s reluctance to provide a top executive for testimony to a Senate panel probing its market power has prompted threats of subpoenas for Chief Executive Officer Larry Page and Chairman Eric Schmidt.
Discussion: The Politico
Mike Zapler / The Politico: Google to panel: Page, Schmidt won't testify
Marco Arment / Instapaper Blog:
The FBI stole an Instapaper server in an unrelated raid — One of Instapaper's five leased servers was hosted at DigitalOne, a Swiss hosting company leasing blade servers from a Virginia datacenter. Early Tuesday morning, the FBI raided the datacenter to seize servers used …
Discussion: paidContent, BBC, @antderosa, The Loop and The Next Web
Joe Mullin / paidContent: In Raid Against ‘Scareware’ Fraud, FBI Grabs Bookmarking Companies' Servers
Anthony De Rosa / @antderosa: “the FBI now has illegal possession of nearly all of Instapaper's data” - @marcoarment http://soup.ps/jTkLRn
Jim Dalrymple / The Loop: Instapaper server seized in FBI raid
Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web: The F.B.I. confiscated an Instapaper server in an unrelated raid
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Harry Potter and the amazing exploding book industry — Despite the obvious demand, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has adamantly refused to offer electronic versions of her phenomenally popular series for young adults — until now. As part of Thursday's launch of an interactive website called Pottermore …
Taylor Hatmaker / Reuters: Pottermore unveiled: Harry Potter ebooks and an online wizarding world
Paul Sonne / Wall Street Journal: J.K. Rowling Conjures Up Potter E-Books
Matt Hamblen / Computerworld: Harry Potter books to go digital
Adrian Hon / blogs.telegraph.co.uk: Why JK Rowling's Pottermore will frighten struggling authors - and remember, she used to be one
Matt Peckham / Computerworld: Sony Joins Hands with J.K. Rowling for Pottermore
Dan Frommer / The Business Insider: Harry Potter And “Pottermore” Could Force Amazon To Open Up The Kindle
Matt Hamblen / Macworld: Harry Potter books to go digital
Riley Kennysmith / Pulse2: JK Rowling Cuts Out Publishers and Stores to Self-Publish E-Books and Digital Audio
Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent: Three Ways Pottermore.com Could Change Book Publishing
Nicholas Lezard / Guardian: Pottermore: JK Rowling's reading 2.0
Levi Sumagaysay / GMSV: Quoted: J.K. Rowling on the magical world of e-books
Chris Meadows / TeleRead: J.K. Rowling to release Harry Potter e-books DRM-free
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: Pottermore officially announced by JK Rowling (video)
Dr. Raymond M. Soneira / DisplayMate:
Tablet Display Technology Shoot-Out Apple iPad 2 - Motorola Xoom - Asus Transformer — Introduction Tablets are essentially large portable displays - handheld screens designed for conveniently viewing content and images anywhere you want while untethered. For Tablets the display is the single …
Discussion: The Apple Core Blog, PC World, Technology Questions and ITProPortal
Jason D. O'Grady / The Apple Core Blog: Tablet display shootout: iPad 2 trounces the droid tabs
Layne Heiny / Technology Questions: Three Tablet Display Comparisons
Radu Tyrsina / ITProPortal: iPad 2 Comes Top In Tablet Display Tests
Arnold Kim / MacRumors:
Evidence in iOS 5 that Apple is Building Its Own Mapping Solution — Despite statements by Google's former CEO that Apple had “just” renewed their Map partnership with Google, there appears to be evidence that Apple has been working on its own mapping solution in iOS 5.
Discussion: Ars Technica, Edible Apple, TUAW, MacStories, Redmond Pie, MacDailyNews, iPodNN, iClarified, RazorianFly, iPhone, Gizmodo, All Points Blog and iLounge
Chris Foresman / Ars Technica: iOS 5 legalese suggests Apple still plugging away at Maps improvements
Kelly Hodgkins / TUAW: iOS 5 legal disclaimer lists new third-party mapping companies
Graham Spencer / MacStories: Legal Disclaimer In iOS 5 Further Hints At Apple Mapping Service
Goncalo Ribeiro / Redmond Pie: More Evidence That Apple Is Building Its Own Mapping Solution Emerges
Arron / RazorianFly: New Mapping Solution Coming To iOS? ... Evidence Found In Legal Jargon Suggests ‘Yes’
J.R. Bookwalter / iPhone: iOS 5 Reveals Evidence Apple May Be Working On Its Own Maps
Adrian Covert / Gizmodo: Will Apple Launch a Maps and Navigation Service of Their Own?
Adena Schutzberg / All Points Blog: iOS 5 Legal Doc Reveals Map Data Sources (for Apple mapping app?)
Charles Starrett / iLounge: Evidence of Apple mapping solution found in iOS 5
Zach Epstein / BGR:
Apple could sell over 14 million iPad 2 tablets in Q3 — Sales of Apple's iPad 2 tablet are set to explode in the third quarter according to Hong Kong-based research firm CLSA. Citing LCD sales data from DisplaySearch, the firm thinks Apple will unload 14.4 million iPad 2 tablets …