Arnold Kim / MacRumors:
Photos of a Prototype MacBook Pro with Integrated 3G Cellular Modem — One of the most requested features for Apple's MacBook Pro line has been for the integration of some sort of built-in 3G cellular data to allow for anywhere wireless connectivity. MacBook Pro users presently need …
Discussion: Engadget, The Next Web, AppleInsider, 9to5Mac, Examiner, The Business Insider, FreakGeeks, MacPost, TUAW, SlashGear, T3.com News, Startup Meme, CNET News, Electronista, Redmond Pie, iClarified and Gizmodo, Thanks:arnoldkim
Dante Cesa / Engadget: Prototype MacBook Pro with SIM slot surfaces on eBay, unicorns actually exist
Courtney Boyd Myers / The Next Web: A MacBook air with built-in 3G cellular data?
Seth Weintraub / 9to5Mac: Apple was this close to releasing a 3G MacBook Pro
Michael Grothaus / TUAW: 3G MacBook Pro prototype shows alternate history of mobile Mac
Chris Burns / SlashGear: MacBook Pro 3G Revealed in eBay Listing
Chris Smith / T3.com News: Tech Today: 3G MacBook hits eBay, BBM teen charged
Sardar Mohkim Khan / Startup Meme: MacBook Air 3G, Definitely In Plans But Apple Isn't Going To Make It Look Like One Eared Shrek!
Josh Lowensohn / CNET News: 3G-equipped MacBook prototype pops up on eBay
Goncalo Ribeiro / Redmond Pie: The 3G Capable MacBook Pro Which Never Shipped [PHOTOS]
Jack Loftus / Gizmodo: Ultra-Rare MacBook Pro Prototype Sports Ugly 3G
Jean-Louis Gassée / Monday Note:
Steve, Please Buy Us A Carrier! — We're at the end of the 2011 iPhone 5 launch. The demos went well; Steve Jobs has come back on stage to thank everyone and conclude the proceedings, “...but before you go, just One More Thing. I'd like you to meet someone.” And the CEO of Deutsche Telekom walks onstage.
Discussion: TechCrunch, parislemon, @eghosao and iPhone in Canada Blog
MG Siegler / TechCrunch: Are We Ready For A True Cloud Phone?
Eghosa Omoigui / @eghosao: intriguing. 1st, $aapl shld buy ADT. $CLWR? “@Techmeme Steve, Please Buy Us A Carrier! @gassee http://t.co/kjhQI4F http://t.co/QaJsAnv” $
Zee / The Next Web:
Anonymous hacks SF's myBART website. Thousands of names, addresses & numbers released. — Anonymous, the online hacktivist group, has released thousands of names, email addresses, home addresses and phone numbers believed to be from myBart.org, an independent site that uses BART's …
Discussion: CNET News, VentureBeat, BART News, San Francisco Chronicle, Examiner, @anonymousirc, PC Magazine, @zee, @youranonnews, Gizmodo, L.A. NOW and SF Appeal
Eric Mack / CNET News: Anonymous defaces BART site, leaks user data
Casey Newton / San Francisco Chronicle: BART website hacked, customer info leaked
@anonymousirc: BART attacked by allied ships: “Join us to make 2011 the year of leaks and revolutions” http://t.co/EqPvuhN #opbart #antisec
Zee M Kane / @zee: People, MyBART is an independent website...it just uses BART's API. It isn't owned by BART itself.
Jack Loftus / Gizmodo: Welcome to Protests in the Social Media Age, Where Governments Openly Mull Controversial Bans on Mobile Services
Garrett Therolf / L.A. NOW: Hackers breach BART website and obtain personal data
Erika Heidecker / SF Appeal: BART Braces For Anonymous-Organized Protest Monday
BART Calls In Feds After Hack Exposes User Info, Another Cell Block Possible For Protest Monday — Previously: BART Braces For Anonymous-Organized Protest Monday — BART Defends Decision To Cut Off Cell Service After Civil Rights, FCC Concerns Raised — BART Officer Contradicts Spokesperson …
Thomas Mennecke / Slyck: Anonymous Defaces BART Websites, Leaks User Data in Free Speech Statement
Eric Mack / CNET News: Anonymous plans BART Web site attack, protest
Alec Jacobs / The Daily Caller: Anonymous retaliates against San Francisco transit system for shutting down cell service
Seth Abramovitch / Gawker: Anonymous Hacks BART Website, Leaks User Info and Passwords
Susan Mernit / Oakland Local: Hacked! Anonymous hacks BART web site in rights protest
Xeni Jardin / Boing Boing: Anonymous hacks BART after wireless shutdown; protests planned for Monday
Zack Whittaker / Between the Lines Blog: Anonymous hack San Francisco subway website; Mass user data leaked
Steve Ragan / The Tech Herald Technology News: Anonymous leaks BART data - prepares for a Bay of Rage
Shelby Grad / L.A. NOW: ‘Anonymous’ hackers target BART, Fullerton police
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
Facebook Pal Buddy Media Raises $54 Million — Facebook is worth anywhere from $50 billion to $100 billion. Now Buddy Media, which helps advertisers manage their presence on the social network, is worth $500 million. — That's the valuation sources say the company earned in its most recent $54 million financing round.
Discussion: AdExchanger.com, TechCrunch and AdAge
John Ebbert / AdExchanger.com: Buddy Media Gets $54 Million For Social Ads; On Ad Networks And ATDs; Australia 2011 Display Grows 12%
David Murphy / PC Magazine:
Firefox 6 ‘Released’ Two Days Early — Itching to get your hands on the next major revision of Mozilla's Firefox Web browser? The official release for Firefox 6 is scheduled for this Tuesday, but Mozilla has already thrown up the installation files on its FTP for industrious and impatient users to download and install.
Discussion: Examiner, @9to5mac, The Business Insider, Digital Trends and Web Browser
Michael Santo / Examiner: Firefox 6 available early, for FTP downloaders
Adam Rosenberg / Digital Trends: Mozilla Firefox 6 arrives slightly ahead of August 16 launch
FavBrowser / Web Browser: Download Firefox 6 Final
Ryan Lawler / GigaOM:
Does Cinemax's iPad app violate Apple's no-porn policy? — Anyone who's ever subscribed to Cinemax knows that one of its biggest draws is not the availability of Hollywood movies, but the softcore movies and TV shows available on the network. With the recent launch of its iPad app …
Discussion: CNET News, Electronista, PC Magazine, Gizmodo and 9to5Mac
Steven Musil / CNET News: Apple OKs Cinemax app, despite anti-porn policy
David Murphy / PC Magazine: Apple Allows Softcore Cinemax Films on ‘Max Go’ App?
Jack Loftus / Gizmodo: Apple's iPad Cinemax Softcore Porn Problem
Seth Weintraub / 9to5Mac: SCinemax's Max Go App somehow skirts App Store porn police
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat:
McAfee launches anti-theft mobile app for the iPhone — McAfee, one of the leaders in PC antivirus software, is launching a consumer-focused anti-theft app for the iPhone today. The new McAfee WaveSecure allows users to protect their privacy and data in case their iPhones are lost or stolen.
Discussion: AllThingsD and Business Wire
Mark Gurman / 9to5Mac:
Apple ups iPhone orders to 56M units for 2H11, iPhone 5 to be almost half — According to Digitimes, Apple has increased their second-half of 2011 iPhone orders to 56 million units from a previous goal of 50 million units. These 56 million iPhones cover current and next-generation models …
Discussion: DigiTimes, MacRumors and The Next Web
Kashmir Hill / The Not-So Private Parts:
‘London Riots Facial Recognition’ Vigilantes Abandon Their Project — Is this as good as the surveillance state gets? — After a group of digilantes formed a Google Group this week dedicated to applying facial recognition technology to photos from the London riots to identify culprits, it caused quite a stir in the media.
Discussion: Geekosystem, Thanks:forbestech
Fred Wilson / A VC:
On Porous Paywalls — Felix Salmon has a couple great posts on the New York Times' paywall. He notes that it has been successful and explains why. Felix says: … I've been a fan and a proponent of porous paywalls since studying the FT's model a few years back and was very pleased to see the NY Times go with the FT's model.
Discussion: bijan sabet and Reuters, more at Mediagazer »
Felix Salmon / Reuters: How the NYT paywall is working
Time Warner Cable Said Near $3B Purchase of Insight — Time Warner Cable Inc. (TWC), the second- largest U.S. cable-television operator, is in advanced talks to buy Carlyle Group's Insight Communications Co. for about $3 billion, said people with knowledge of the matter.
Discussion: Wall Street Journal and Electronista, more at Mediagazer »