Jonathan S. Geller / BGR:
Google's first Ice Cream Sandwich phone to be manufactured by Samsung, possibly dubbed ‘Nexus Prime’ — We exclusively reported details of Google's first Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone — either a Nexus device, or a “pure Google” flagship handset from one of Google's key partners …
Discussion: PC World, Ubergizmo, Computerworld, AndroidGuys, IntoMobile, Examiner, Redmond Pie, Appolicious Advisor, TechSpot, Gizmodo Australia, Neowin.net, VentureBeat, MacHackPC, GrindGadget, SlashGear, ITProPortal, Softpedia News, MobileCrunch, It's All Tech, Electronista, PhoneArena, The Business Insider, GottaBeMobile, Know Your Mobile, I4U News, MobileSyrup.com, 9to5 Google, Android Phone Fans and Pocket-lint
Brent Rose / PC World: Mystery of the Missing Honeycomb Apps
George Wong / Ubergizmo: Google Nexus 4G named Nexus Prime?
Jared Newman / Computerworld: ‘Nexus Prime’ Could be Google's Next Big Android Phone
Ryan Johnstone / AndroidGuys: RUMOR: Ice Cream Sandwich Flagship to be Google Nexus Prime?
Blake Stimac / IntoMobile: Samsung to make next Nexus device, the Nexus Prime?
Michael Santo / Examiner: Samsung to manufacture next ‘Google Phone,’ codenamed Prime
Awais Imran / Redmond Pie: Nexus Prime Is Google's Next Flagship Superphone; 1.5 GHz, Super AMOLED HD Display And Android …
Brad Spirrison / Appolicious Advisor: New details emerging about Google's Ice Cream Sandwich Nexus phone
Emil Protalinski / TechSpot: Samsung to manufacture next Google phone, the Nexus Prime?
Danny Allen / Gizmodo Australia: Breakfast Wrap: Best Of Monday Night
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: Google's first Android 4.0 phone may be Samsung's Nexus Prime
RitvikReddy / MacHackPC: Google's next Nexus phone will possible named Google Nexus Prime [More details]
Marc Cuva / GrindGadget: First Ice Cream Sandwich Device Rumored to be Made by Samsung, Called Nexus Prime
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Samsung Nexus Prime to be first Ice Cream Sandwich phone?
Desire Athow / ITProPortal: Google “Nexus Prime”, A Genuine Threat To The iPhone 5
Jordan Crook / MobileCrunch: New Details On Google's Next Nexus: Now Known As Nexus “Prime,” Built By Samsung
Brian / It's All Tech: “Google Nexus Prime” will be world's first Android 4.0 phone; sports high-resolution display and multiple carriers
Steve Kovach / The Business Insider: RUMOR: Samsung Is Making Google's New “Nexus Prime” Android Phone
Josh Smith / GottaBeMobile: Nexus Prime First with Ice Cream Sandwich, Nexus Heading to All Carriers
Richard Goodwin / Know Your Mobile: Google's Nexus 3 now known as Nexus Prime
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: Google Nexus Prime Ice Cream Sandwich Phone Details
Ian Hardy / MobileSyrup.com: Rumour: Google and Samsung to launch the “Nexus Prime” with a “Super AMOLED HD” display
Seth Weintraub / 9to5 Google: BGR: ‘Google Nexus Prime’ and other Ice Cream Sandwich devices to ship this Fall
Quentyn Kennemer / Android Phone Fans: Rumor: Samsung to Make Next “Google Experience” Device; Will Have “Super AMOLED HD”, Ice Cream Sandwich
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: Google Nexus Prime: Samsung device incoming?
Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Fortune:
Report: Apple is building two (!) iPhones for September release — An analyst expects Apple to launch both an iPhone 5 and a mid-range iPhone 4S — Click to enlarge. Source: Deutsche Bank — For much of the spring, the reporters who cover Apple (AAPL) have been arguing among themselves …
Discussion: eWeek, Gadget Lab, AppleInsider, Tech Trader Daily, The Business Insider, Appolicious Advisor, BGR, GottaBeMobile, MacRumors, iFans, DisplayBlog, Examiner, Shiny Objects, IntoMobile, I4U News, iPhone Download Blog, CNNMoney.com, Bazinga Journal, OS X Daily, WebProNews, Neowin.net, iPhone Alley, Digits, Edible Apple, PhoneArena, iPhone, The Loop, MacGazette.net, MacDailyNews, BetaNews, I4U News, Electronista, FierceWireless, PE Hub Blog, dailywireless.org, GrindGadget and IGN Gear
Nicholas Kolakowski / eWeek: Apple iPhone 5 Prepping for August Manufacturing Start
Christina Bonnington / Gadget Lab: Two iPhones in September? Don't Hold Your Breath
Phil Hornshaw / Appolicious Advisor: Rumor pegs September release for two new iPhones
Zach Epstein / BGR: Apple to begin building iPhone 5 mid to late August, Apple-branded TV in the works, analyst says
Chuong Nguyen / GottaBeMobile: AT&T Leak Hints iPhone 5 Will be LTE-Compatible
Joe Rossignol / iFans: Report: Not One, But Two New iPhones This Fall?
Michael Santo / Examiner: iPhone 4S or iPhone 5? How about both?
Brian Caulfield / Shiny Objects: Why You Shouldn't Care About Apple's Next iPhone Release
Marc Flores / IntoMobile: Apple releasing two iPhone models in September?
Robert Evans / I4U News: Two iPhones in September? Give Me a Break
Killian Bell / iPhone Download Blog: iPhone 5 Will Enter Production “in Mid to Late August” — Ready for September Launch
CNNMoney Markets / CNNMoney.com: Tech stocks take over StockTwits
Andrew Richardson / Bazinga Journal: Two New Apple Phones for the US Makes No Sense
Matt Chan / OS X Daily: iPhone 5 & iPhone 4S Coming in September?
John Callaham / Neowin.net: Rumor: Pre-paid iPhone in the works?
Alex Gardner / iPhone Alley: Analyst Expects Apple to Launch Two iPhones This Year
Tom Loftus / Digits: Wall Street's View: Apple's Next iPhone
J.R. Bookwalter / iPhone: Analyst Claims $350 Mid-Range, Contract-Free iPhone in September
Jim Dalrymple / The Loop: Report: Apple will release two iPhones in September
Ed Oswald / BetaNews: Next iPhone to begin production in August
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: $349 iPhone 4S Pre-Paid coming in September: Analyst
Luisa Beltran / PE Hub Blog: peHUB Second Opinion
Sam Churchill / dailywireless.org: New iPhones: Mid Range + LTE?
David Ali / GrindGadget: Analysts: iPhone 5 production starting August, coming September, prepaid iPhone, and more
Justin Rubio / IGN Gear: Report: iPhone 5 and Prepaid Model Coming this Year
MG Siegler / TechCrunch:
A Tale Of Two iPhones — A new iPhone is approaching — this, everyone knows. While WWDC came and went without an announcement, this was expected. Instead, this year it will be all about the fall — with new hardware hitting just in time for the formal launch of iOS 5. But what exactly will the new hardware be?
Discussion: Digital Trends and Daring Fireball
Andrew Couts / Digital Trends: Apple's iPhone 4S is probably real: Here's why
John Gruber / Daring Fireball: A Tale of Two iPhones — MG Siegler: … Right.
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
The HP TouchPad Will Come With Its Own Facebook Tablet App (Leaked Pics) — The world has been waiting for an official Facebook tablet app, and waiting, and waiting. But that app may not appear on the iPad first (although Facebook is working on an iPad app for sure).
Discussion: App Advice, CNET News, Gizmodo, @joshconstine, webOSroundup and Electronista
Bryan M. Wolfe / App Advice: Facebook's First Tablet App Is Coming To HP First?
Steven Musil / CNET News: HP tablet to get Facebook app before iPad?
Kelly Hodgkins / Gizmodo: Facebook Snubs The iPad, Prepares Its First Tablet App For WebOS
Josh Constine / @joshconstine: HP's app will be the 2nd device maker-produced tablet app http://t.co/0WKsHWJ RIM's “Facebook for BlackBerry PlayBook” was released in May
Clifton Thomas / webOSroundup: Behold: Facebook App for the TouchPad
Kristen Purcell / Pew Internet:
E-reader ownership doubles in six months — e-Reader ownership surges since last November; tablet ownership grows more slowly — The share of adults in the United States who own an e-book reader doubled to 12% in May, 2011 from 6% in November 2010. E-readers, such as a Kindle or Nook …
Discussion: The Seattle Times, L.A. Times Tech Blog, CNN, VatorNews, TechCrunch, PC Magazine, VentureBeat, AllThingsD, Digits, Computerworld, The Huffington Post, Digitizor, ReadWriteWeb, SlashGear, msnbc.com, BetaNews, GigaOM, Telecompetitor, Electronista, eWeek, Crave, mocoNews and Hillicon Valley
Brier Dudley / The Seattle Times: E-reader ownership doubles, Hispanics lead
Nathan Olivarez-Giles / L.A. Times Tech Blog: More U.S. adults own e-readers than tablets, Pew report says
Amy Gahran / CNN: More Americans buying e-readers than tablets, study says
Faith Merino / VatorNews: Pew: E-reader ownership doubles in six months
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch: Pew: Adoption Of E-Readers Doubles In 6 Months, Bigger Than Tablets
Damon Poeter / PC Magazine: Survey: Ereaders Outpace Tablets in U.S. Adoption
Tom Loftus / Digits: E-Reader Ownership Doubles in Six Months
Jeff Bertolucci / Computerworld: E-Reader Use Doubles in 6 Months, Tablet Growth Slower
Mark Coker / The Huffington Post: E-Reading Device Ownership Doubles in Six Months, Says Pew Internet Project
Suzanne Choney / msnbc.com: E-reader ownership up; tablets not as much
Joe Wilcox / BetaNews: If a college graduate, older than 30, wealthy and Hispanic, you probably own an e-reader
Andrew Burger / Telecompetitor: Pew: E-Reader Ownership Doubles in 6 Months, Beats Tablets
Nicholas Kolakowski / eWeek: E-Reader Ownership Outpacing Tablets: Report
John P. Falcone / Crave: The gadget blog: Kindle vs. Nook vs. iPad: Which e-book reader should you buy?
Laura Hazard Owen / mocoNews: New Study Shows E-Reader Ownership Surging Ahead Of Tablets
Gautham Nagesh / Hillicon Valley: Pew: E-Reader ownership doubles in six months
Chris Foresman / Ars Technica:
Apple to move ARM SoC production away from Samsung in 2012 — Apple's increasingly tenuous relationship with Samsung as a component supplier for its mobile devices could end next year, according to numerous sources inside the semiconductor industry. The company will likely tap contract fab …
Discussion: CNET News, International Business Times, SemiAccurate, EE Times, MacRumors, TechEye, VentureBeat, iPhone Download Blog, TUAW, RazorianFly, BetaNews, Android Phone Fans, ITProPortal, CrunchGear, PC Magazine, iPhone, Edible Apple, PhoneArena, TiPb, AppleInsider, Engadget, TG Daily, SlashGear, MacDailyNews and MobileBurn.com
Brooke Crothers / CNET News: As Apple seeks new chip suppliers, theories abound
Charlie Demerjian / SemiAccurate: Apple CPUs rolling off the line at TSMC
Mark LaPedus / EE Times: Apple, TSMC to expand foundry ties
Eric Slivka / MacRumors: Apple Set to Shift From Samsung to TSMC for ‘A6’ Chip Production Next Year?
Nick Farrell / TechEye: Apple to cut off Samsung's ARM
Matthew Lynley / VentureBeat: Has Apple dropped Samsung as its iPhone processor manufacturer?
Kelly Hodgkins / TUAW: Apple reportedly leaves Samsung for A6 production
Desire Athow / ITProPortal: Apple May Move iPhone 5 Followup SoC Away From Samsung
Jordan Crook / CrunchGear: Apple To Samsung: If You Copy Us, We Won't Let You Build Our Chips (So There!)
Damon Poeter / PC Magazine: Rumor: Apple Moving from Samsung to TSMC for A6 Chips
Rene Ritchie / TiPb: Apple to move chipset production from Samsung to TSMC with Apple A6 SoC in 2012?
Sam Oliver / AppleInsider: Apple rumored to move production of custom ‘A6’ chip away from Samsung in 2012
Trent Nouveau / TG Daily: Is Apple ditching Samsung for TSMC?
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Apple to dump Samsung for TSMC in A6 chip production snub?
Ross Miller / This is my next:
Apple to give 'A6′ ARM SoC production to TSMC over Samsung?
Apple to give 'A6′ ARM SoC production to TSMC over Samsung?
Discussion: The Register, AppleInsider and I4U News
Richard Chirgwin / The Register: Apple's long divorce from Samsung near final
Slash Lane / AppleInsider: Apple supply chain points to “iPhone 4S” in Sept., iPad 3 prototype in early 2012
Luigi Lugmayr / I4U News: Apple A6 CPU to be manufactured by TSMC in 2012?
Ryan Tate / Gawker:
MySpace Layoffs Rumored for This Week — We hear MySpace's Southern California offices are thick with rumors that the social network is planning some serious bloodletting this week. Scary as that sounds, some employees are apparently looking forward to the layoffs.
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch: Myspace Expected To Lay Off At Least 150 Employees On Wednesday
Jeff Bercovici / Mixed Media:
Will the NY Times Give David Pogue Another Pass on Ethics? — David Pogue has weathered one mini-scandal after another in his years as the star technology columnist for The New York Times. Lately, however, the infractions have been piling up, and the very most recent may be too clear-cut for the paper to gloss over.
Discussion: The Wire and Poynter, more at Mediagazer »
Jim Romenesko / Poynter: Want to know which PR pitches tickled Pogue? It'll cost you!
Sascha Segan / PC Magazine:
The Fastest Mobile Networks 2011 — PCMag hit the road to test eight 3G and 4G networks in 21 U.S. cities. Before you buy your next phone or tablet, find out which wireless carrier has the fastest data network where you live. — With smartphone innovation moving at a breakneck pace …
Discussion: Engadget, pocketnow.com, TmoNews, Android Phone Fans, 9 to 5 Mac, PhoneArena, techblog.dallasnews.com and SlashGear
Brian Heater / Engadget: Verizon dominates ‘Fastest Mobile Networks’ testing, considers calling AT&T to brag
Stephen Schenck / pocketnow.com: Carrier Showdown: Who's Got The Best Network In The US?
Chris Chavez / Android Phone Fans: Nationwide Speed Test Finds Verizon As The Fastest Network In The US
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: US mobile networks compared, AT&T falls below regionals
Phone Arena: Verizon's LTE fastest, T-Mobile takes second place, while AT&T provides in rural America
Victor Godinez / techblog.dallasnews.com: PC Magazine test finds Dallas has the fastest wireless Internet speeds of any city in the U.S.
Mary Jo Foley / All about Microsoft Blog:
(Not so) Crazy Microsoft Rumors: Windows 8 to RTM in April 2012 — It's been a while since I blogged about another of my (not so) crazy Microsoft rumors. It's also been a while since I've heard any kind of an update on Windows 8 timing. In that spirit — here's the latest …
Matthewkol / Windows 8 Center: Rumor: Windows 8 RTM coming in April 2012
Ankur Mittal / Windows 8 Beta: Windows 8 may RTM in April 2012
Mike Halsey MVP / Windows 8 News, Rumors & Tips: [Rumour] Windows 8 to RTM in April 2012
Alex Wilhelm / The Next Web: Windows 8 may RTM in April 2012
Tom Warren / WinRumors: Windows 8 may RTM in April 2012
Oliver Haslam / Redmond Pie: Windows 8 To Enter RTM Phase In April 2012 [REPORT]
Emil Protalinski / TechSpot: Rumor: Windows 8 will hit RTM in April 2012
Andrew Lyle / Neowin.net: Rumor: Windows 8 RTM in April 2012
Michael Zhao / Gizmodo: Windows 8's Coming Out Sooner Than You Expected
Brad Molen / Engadget:
Windows Phone 7.5 Mango in-depth preview (video) — Make no mistake, Microsoft isn't playing coy in the smartphone market any longer. The folks in Redmond are making a significant jump forward in the mobile arena, announcing that the upcoming version of Windows Phone, codenamed “Mango,” …
Stuart Miles / Pocket-lint: First Look: Windows Phone 7 Mango review
Kari Wilson / Google Webmaster Central Blog:
+1 around the world — A few months ago we released the +1 button on English search results on google.com. More recently, we've made the +1 button available to sites across the web, making it easy for the people who love your content to recommend it on Google search.
Discussion: 9to5 Google
Jake Smith / 9to5 Google: Google +1 button goes worldwide
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Hulu Buyers Would Get Exclusive Content, With Strings Attached — A few days after the news first broke that Hulu is for sale, we know a bit more about what, exactly, that means. Here's where things stand right now. — Hulu's owner/partners — Disney's ABC and News Corp.'s Fox …
Discussion: Betabeat and Electronista
Ina Fried / AllThingsD:
France Telecom Debuts the Data Plan of the Future — While carriers in the United States have talked about having one data plan that can be shared among a number of digital devices, one international telecom company is already putting the plan into action. — For a couple of months now …
Discussion: MacNN, MacRumors, Consumer Reports News and App Advice
Faith Merino / VatorNews:
Artist launches album exclusively on Groupon — In another first for Groupon, it is exclusively debuting David Gray's live album “Lost and Found” — In an interesting first for Groupon, the company is not only offering a discount on British musical artist David Gray's newest album …
Discussion: Business Wire, Prefix and SiliconFilter
Business Wire: David Gray Announces New Live Album “Lost & Found - Live in Dublin” with Digital Record Release Exclusively on Groupon
Chris Chafin / Prefix: David Gray and Groupon Partner, But Why, Exactly?
Frederic Lardinois / SiliconFilter: Groupon Latest Foray Into Digital Music Flops
Jacqui Cheng / Ars Technica:
iOS 5 beta hobbles OS downgrades, untethered jailbreaks — Those who screw up their iPhones with an unsupported jailbreak—or who have bad luck with their iOS upgrades and want to roll back to an older version—are usually able to make everything right again by downgrading their phone's OS back to the previous version.
Discussion: Cult of Mac, Mashable!, VentureBeat, Gizmodo, 9 to 5 Mac, MacNN, Ubergizmo, CNET News, iPhone, PC Magazine, MobileCrunch, It's All Tech, Dev-Team Blog, The Business Insider, RazorianFly and Redmond Pie
John Brownlee / Cult of Mac: Apple Strikes Blow Against Dev Team, Kills Downgrades And Untethered Jailbreaks in iOS 5
Christina Warren / Mashable!: Apple Hopes to Thwart Jailbreakers with iOS 5
Sean Ludwig / VentureBeat: Apple makes jailbreaking much harder with iOS 5
Kwame Opam / Gizmodo: iOS5 Halts Downgrades and Untethered Jailbreaks
Christian Zibreg / 9 to 5 Mac: Apple steps up cat-and-mouse game: downgrading iOS becomes more difficult
George Wong / Ubergizmo: iOS 5 makes life harder for jailbreakers
Josh Lowensohn / CNET News: iOS 5 targets longtime iPhone jailbreak exploit
Adrian Hoppel / iPhone: iOS 5 Beta Gets Tougher on Jailbreaks
Greg Kumparak / MobileCrunch: Apple Steps Up Their Game with iOS 5, Makes Jailbreaking More Difficult
Brian / It's All Tech: Over-the-air software updates in iOS 5 will make it difficult to downgrade OS; untethered jailbreaks are killed
Jay Yarow / The Business Insider:
RUMOR: Google's Chinese Search Rival, Baidu, Using Android To Build Its Own Mobile Operating System — Interesting rumor coming out of China: Baidu is using Android as a base to build its own mobile operating system code named Qiushi, TechNode reports. — Baidu somewhat dismissed the rumor …
Discussion: TechNodeTechNode, The Next Web, 9to5 Google, Android Phone Fans and Redmond Pie
Ben Chiang / TechNodeTechNode: Rumor: Baidu MobileOS Coming By Year-End
Christian Zibreg / 9to5 Google: Analysis: Baidu pulls Android to protect its search dominance in China
Kevin Krause / Android Phone Fans: Chinese Search Giant Baidu Using Android as Base for Its Own Mobile OS?
Agence France Presse:
Guns, grenades and iPads for Singapore soldiers — SINGAPORE (AFP) - New recruits to Singapore's military, air force and navy are to get a new standard-issue item of equipment besides their rifle — the iPad. — The defence ministry said Monday it will be issuing “about 8,000” of the sleek …
Discussion: CNET News, Examiner, AppleInsider, Engadget, TUAW, MacDailyNews, iClarified, 9 to 5 Mac, The Next Web and Electronista
Chris Matyszczyk / CNET News: Singapore army gets new weapon: iPad
Michael Santo / Examiner: Singapore Armed Forces to equip conscripts with iPads
AppleInsider: Apple adopts 7-day App Store return policy in Taiwan, Singapore to give soldiers iPads
Kelly Hodgkins / TUAW: Singapore to hand out iPads to its soldiers
Christian Zibreg / 9 to 5 Mac: Singapore to enlistees: Here's your new iPad
Tom / fring:
NEW! Fun Group Video Chat for iPad: Full Size! — fring is launching the world's 1st Group Video chat App for the iPad — 4 friends video chat at the same time. That's at least 4 times more fun than regular 1 to 1 video chat (But fring lets you do that too...) — Its FREE
Discussion: MacStories, Lifehacker, The Business Insider, Gizmodo, App Advice, SlashGear, Pocket-lint, Fast Company, GottaBeMobile, Redmond Pie, MacNN, TUAW, ZDNet, IntoMobile, AppScout and iFans
Federico Viticci / MacStories: Fring Releases iPad App with Group Video Calling
Ellis Hamburger / The Business Insider: Forget About FaceTime: Fring Now Lets Four iPad Users Video Chat Together
Sam Biddle / Gizmodo: Fring Brings Four-Way Video Chat Gangbang to iPad
Bryan M. Wolfe / App Advice: Fring Becomes First App To Bring Group Video-Calling To The iPad
Paul Lamkin / Pocket-lint: Fring four-way video calling lands on iPad
Austin Carr / Fast Company: Fring Launches Group Video-Chat App For The iPad
Goncalo Ribeiro / Redmond Pie: Fring For iPad App Now Live In The App Store! Brings 4-Way Video Conference Calls Across Different Platforms!
Dave Caolo / TUAW: fring releases iPad app with video calling
James Kendrick / ZDNet: Fring brings group video chat to the iPad
Marc Flores / IntoMobile: Fring introduces iPad group video chat capabilities
Terrance Gaines / AppScout: Fring 4-way Group Video Chat Lands on iPad 2
Jacob Wilson / iFans: Welcome Group Video Chat on Your iPad via Fring
Mark Gurman / 9 to 5 Mac:
Apple Stores now capable of unlocking full-price AT&T iPhones at checkout — As early as last week, my sources in the Apple food chain were hinting at some sort of way for Apple Stores to unlock AT&T iPhone 4s - different than the unlocked models that Apple Stores started selling on June 13th.
Discussion: Examiner, Computerworld, Geek.com, IntoMobile, MacRumors, GottaBeMobile and The Business Insider, Thanks:ipuffa
Michael Santo / Examiner: Apple now able to unlock AT&T iPhones at the register
Dan Moren / Computerworld: Remains of the Day: Achievement unlocked
Matthew Humphries / Geek.com: Apple Stores can unlock AT&T iPhones at the register
Marc Flores / IntoMobile: Apple Store can now unlock AT&T iPhone 4
Chuong Nguyen / GottaBeMobile: Apple Stores Can Now Unlock New AT&T iPhone 4 (for a price)
Steve Kovach / The Business Insider: Apple Stores Are Now Unlocking New AT&T iPhones
Derrick Harris / GigaOM:
Exclusive: Yahoo launching Hadoop spinoff this week — Yahoo will be spinning off a separate company focused on the development and commercialization of Apache Hadoop, called HortonWorks. The official announcement likely will come tomorrow or Wednesday to coincide with Yahoo's annual Hadoop Summit …
Klint Finley / ReadWriteWeb: Yahoo Will Announce a Hadoop Spin-Off This Week
Adam Liptak / New York Times:
Justices Reject Ban on Violent Video Games for Children — WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday struck down on First Amendment grounds a California law that barred the sale of violent video games to children. The 7-to-2 decision was the latest in a series of rulings protecting free speech …
Discussion: VentureBeat, Kotaku and MarketWatch
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat: Reactions to the Supreme Court decision on video game violence
Stephen Totilo / Kotaku: First Amendment Trumps California in Supreme Court Battle Over Violent Video Games
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat:
Supreme Court strikes down video game violence law on free speech grounds
Supreme Court strikes down video game violence law on free speech grounds
Discussion: BGR, Examiner, Bloomberg, AllThingsD, Threat Level, This is my next, Ars Technica, The Seattle Times, Gamification Blog, TechFlash, Ars Technica, Boing Boing, The Hill, NPR, Electronista, Reuters, USA Today, CNET News and Inquirer, more at Mediagazer »
Todd Haselton / BGR: Supreme Court rejects violent video game law
Michael Santo / Examiner: SCOTUS overturns Calif. violent video games law on First Amendment grounds
Tricia Duryee / AllThingsD: Supreme Court Axes Videogame Ban, but the Game Isn't Over Yet
Nilay Patel / This is my next: Supreme Court says video games are protected free speech, California can't regulate sales …
Brier Dudley / The Seattle Times: Violent games for kids: What can parents do
Anthony James / TechFlash: Supreme Court strikes down CA violent video games law
Nate Anderson / Ars Technica: Puritans and Lady Godiva: why two justices voted to uphold California's video game law
James Vicini / Reuters: Court strikes down minor violent video game ban
Joan Biskupic / USA Today: Supreme Court rejects ban on violent video games