Nancy Gohring / Macworld:
Venture capitalist: Jobs wanted own network with unlicensed spectrum — Steve Jobs initially hoped to create his own network with the unlicensed spectrum that Wi-Fi uses rather than work with the mobile operators, said wireless industry legend John Stanton.
Discussion: The Register, Business Insider, Gadget Lab, SlashGear, The Verge, TechEye, IntoMobile, Phones Review, Gizmodo, GottaBeMobile, PhoneArena, Examiner, Digital Trends, Ubergizmo, The Loop, BGR, mocoNews, Redmond Pie, The Next Web, Business Insider, Communications …, Computerworld, Neowin.net, App Advice, iDownloadBlog.com, Pulse2, CNET News, MacNN, Shiny Objects, 9to5Mac, iClarified and Softpedia News
Dylan Love / Business Insider: Steve Jobs Had A Plan To Make iPhones Work Without Conventional Service Providers
Christina Bonnington / Gadget Lab: Steve Jobs Wanted iPhone on Its Own Network, Carrier-Free
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Jobs schemed Apple WiFi carrier plot for original iPhone
Jason Iu / The Verge: Steve Jobs once contemplated having his own wireless network built on Wi-Fi spectrum
Nick Farrell / TechEye: Steve Jobs wanted his own telco network
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: Steve Jobs “wanted to replace carriers” according to the father of T-Mobile
James / Phones Review: News on Apple iPhone
Andrew Tarantola / Gizmodo: Steve Jobs Considered Using Wi-Fi to Crush Carriers
Michael Santo / Examiner: Steve Jobs wanted to cut carriers out of the iPhone equation. Why the surprise?
Edwin Kee / Ubergizmo: Steve Jobs considered building phone network
Jim Dalrymple / The Loop: Steve Jobs wanted to replace carriers with an Apple network
Ben Reid / Redmond Pie: Steve Jobs Envisaged Apple As A Wireless Carrier Before The Original iPhone Release
Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web: Steve Jobs wanted to build a wireless carrier, but gave up
John Callaham / Neowin.net: Did Steve Jobs want Apple to launch its own wireless network?
Matthew Sims / App Advice: Apple Wanted To Be Its Own Carrier For iPhone
Oliver Haslam / iDownloadBlog.com: Steve Jobs Wanted Apple to Be Its Own Carrier
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Steve Jobs Considered Using WiFi To ‘Replace’ Phone Networks
Josh Lowensohn / CNET News: Steve Jobs wanted to ‘replace’ carriers using Wi-Fi spectrum
Brian Caulfield / Shiny Objects: Steve Jobs Toyed With Idea Of Building His Own Wireless Carrier
Seth Weintraub / 9to5Mac: Steve Jobs wanted Apple to become a carrier prior to iPhone release
Thomas Houston / The Verge:
Microsoft Socl: inside the company's secret social network (exclusive) — Earlier this summer, a teaser page appeared at Socl.com revealing Tulalip, an oddly named service from Microsoft promising a new way to “Find what you need and Share what you know.” Facebook and Twitter sign-ins were offered …
Discussion: Inquirer, Search Engine Land, CNET News, ITProPortal, TechCrunch, Microsoft News, VentureBeat, WinRumors, SlashGear, Electronista and PalmAddicts
Matt McGee / Search Engine Land: Microsoft's Socl.com Is Alive & Well & Turning Search Results Into Social Content
Steven Musil / CNET News: A look at Socl—Microsoft's secret ‘social search’ project
Ravi Mandalia / ITProPortal: Microsoft's Secret Social Network ‘Socl’ Revealed
Devin Coldewey / TechCrunch: Microsoft Research's Socl Social Network Gets A Little More Real
Tom Cheredar / VentureBeat: Is Socl.com Microsoft's answer to Google+?
Chris Burns / SlashGear: Microsoft socl social network seen and denied
Sammual James McLoughlin / PalmAddicts: Microsoft Socl: inside the company's secret social network
Amazon Kindle Fire Teardown — Amazon proposes to offer users a full media experience with their $199 tablet. It didn't take long until we decided to see what they crammed inside this value package. Did this teardown kindle a fiery passion for gadget disassembly in you?
Discussion: The Verge, Engadget, AppleInsider, Digits, Reuters, Ubergizmo, Electronista, Gadget Lab, ITProPortal, Pulse2, GottaBeMobile, 9to5Google, Android Phone Fans, The Digital Reader, Liliputing and GottaBeMobile
Amar Toor / Engadget: Kindle Fire gets rooted with ‘one click,’ paves the way for Amazonian adventures
Don Clark / Digits: TI Gets Chip Win Inside Kindle Fire
Edwin Kee / Ubergizmo: Kindle Fire rooted
Christina Bonnington / Gadget Lab: Kindle Fire Teardown Shows It's Easy to Repair
Desire Athow / ITProPortal: Amazon Kindle Fire Tablet Cracked Open
Amit Chowdhry / Pulse2: Amazon Kindle Fire Is Loaded With TI Chips
Adam Mills / GottaBeMobile: iFixIt Tears Down Amazon's Kindle Fire
Kevin Krause / Android Phone Fans: After Teardown, Amazon Kindle Fire is an Open Book
Nate Hoffelder / The Digital Reader: Inside the Kindle Fire
Brad Linder / Liliputing: Amazon Kindle Fire dissected: It's mostly battery
Google Music Store Chases Apple's ITunes 8 Years Too Late — Google Inc. (GOOG) is entering the online music market almost a decade too late to pose a threat to Apple Inc. (AAPL), the largest seller of songs on the Web. — The service, scheduled to be unveiled at a Google event in Los Angeles today …
Discussion: Fast Company, parislemon, 9to5Google and Ubergizmo
Nidhi Subbaraman / Fast Company: Google Music Expected, Authors Call Kindle Lending Library A Contract Breach, Miramax On Board Netflix U.K.
Jake Smith / 9to5Google: More details leak about Google Music before its official announcement tomorrow
George Wong / Ubergizmo: More Google Music information leaks prior to launch
Sony on Board for Google Music Launch Tomorrow: Report
Sony on Board for Google Music Launch Tomorrow: Report
Kelly Hodgkins / IntoMobile: Google secures last-minute licensing deals for its music store
Greg Sandoval / CNET News: Google working to close music licensing deals
Noam Cohen / Media Decoder: Breakfast Meeting, Nov. 16
Michael Santo / Examiner: Music deals falling into place for Google's music store
Know Your Cell: Google reportedly closes licensing deals with three of the four major record labels for MP3 store
Surur / WMPoweruser:
Nokia hints at higher-end Lumia handset, confirms Windows 8 tablets by June 2012 — The head of Nokia France it seems has loose lips. — Talking to French LesEchos newspaper he spoke of Nokia's plan to boost their market share of the French market from their current 16% back to 22% (close to the 25% they had 2 years ago).
Discussion: Inquirer, The Verge, IntoMobile, LiveSide.net, Engadget, CNET News, WinRumors, Mashable!, Good E-Reader, SoMobile, Reuters, T3 News, GottaBeMobile and Pocket-lint
Chris Martin / Inquirer: Nokia hypes the launch of Lumia 800
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: Paul Amsellem, Head of Nokia France: Higher end Lumia and Windows 8 tablet coming in 2012
Damaster / LiveSide.net: Windows 8 tablets coming to Nokia by June 2012, and more higher-end handsets in the making
Stephen Shankland / CNET News: Nokia exec: Windows 8 tablet due in June
Stan Schroeder / Mashable!: Nokia Planning a Windows 8 Tablet and a High-End Lumia
Sovan Mandal / Good E-Reader: Nokia to launch Windows 8 based tablet next Summer
Carly Page / SoMobile: High-end Nokia Lumia 800 sequel confirmed
Chuong Nguyen / GottaBeMobile: Nokia's Flagship Windows Phone Has Yet to Arrive
Ben Crompton / Pocket-lint: Nokia Lumia 800 high-end big brother coming soon
Scientists boost battery strength with small holes — Batteries built from the novel material mix could be fully charged from flat in 15 minutes — Batteries for phones and laptops could soon recharge ten times faster and hold a charge ten times larger than current technology allows.
Adam Oxford / PC Gamer: Tiny holes a bigger battery make
Edwin Kee / Ubergizmo: Small holes actually increase battery strength
Bill Gurley / abovethecrowd.com:
You Don't Have To Tweet To Twitter — Frequent comparisons to Facebook leave many confused about the true value of Twitter. “In a brand new direction A change of perception On a brand new trajection” [Disclosure: Benchmark Capital is a major investor in Twitter, and my partner Peter Fenton sits on the Twitter BOD.]
Robin Wauters / TechCrunch: Twitter, There's Nothing Wrong With Being A Social Network
Steven M. Davidoff / DealBook:
The Wisest Entrepreneurs Know How to Preserve Equity — So you want to be an Internet billionaire. It's not just about having a great idea and building a world-class business at light speed. — A review of recent initial public offering filings for Internet start-ups shows that the founders …
Ben Folk-Williams / Digg Blog:
Some Charts Are Wrong aka An Update on Digg Traffic — From time to time at Digg we see speculation on our traffic based on “estimated data,” and ominous prognostication of what it means. But the story is pretty different if you're looking at the actual data.
Brier Dudley / The Seattle Times:
Wow: Intel unveils 1 teraflop chip with 50-plus cores — I thought the prospect of quad-core tablet computers was exciting. — Then I saw Intel's latest — a 1 teraflop chip, with more than 50 cores, that Intel unveiled today, running it on a test machine at the SC11 supercomputing conference in Seattle.
Discussion: SlashGear, The Register, eWeek, Tom's Hardware Guide and InfoWorld
Shane McGlaun / SlashGear: Intel outs new single chip capable of teraflop performance
Timothy Prickett Morgan / The Register: Hot Intel teraflops MIC coprocessor action in a hotel
Jeffrey Burt / eWeek: Intel Shows Off 50-Core MIC Chip, Touts Xeon E5
HP gets into ultrabooks with nine-hour Folio 13 — HP Folio 13 claims ultrabook battery record — HP formally launched itself into the ultrabook space early Wednesday with the Folio 13. The 13.3-inch system is “less than” 0.7 inches thick and, while heavier than the MacBook Air at 3.3 pounds …
Discussion: Inquirer, Engadget, Technologizer, InfoWorld, DigiTimes, Electricpig.co.uk, VentureBeat, Bloomberg, LAPTOP Magazine and The Verge
Chris Martin / Inquirer: HP announces its Folio 13 Ultrabook offering
Dana Wollman / Engadget: HP Folio 13 Ultrabook official: starts at $900 with a 128GB SSD and backlit keyboard (hands-on)
Harry McCracken / Technologizer: HP's Ultrabook Isn't a MacBook Air Clone
Roger A. Grimes / InfoWorld: HP unveils its first business ‘ultrabook’ laptop
Joe Minihane / Electricpig.co.uk: HP Folio 13: can it save ultrabooks?
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat: HP chases MacBook Air with Folio13 Ultrabook
Aaron Ricadela / Bloomberg: Hewlett-Packard Enters Ultrabook Market With Slim $900 Laptop
Michael A. Prospero / LAPTOP Magazine: HP Folio Hands-on: $899 Business Ultrabook Promises 9 Hours of Juice
Brooke Crothers / CNET News:
Otellini: Windows 8, touch-based ultrabooks a pair — Intel CEO Paul Otellini speaking at the Intel Capital Global Summit. Touch-based ultrabooks are major focus in 2012. — HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif.—Intel CEO Paul Otellini said today at an Intel conference that touch-based ultrathin …
Discussion: Microsoft News and Neowin.net
John Callaham / Neowin.net: Intel CEO: Windows 8-based ultrabooks are the future
MG Siegler / parislemon:
“Greater Choice” — Late last night, I linked to a blog post Google put up and jotted down some initial thoughts. Given the response (thousands of views, 100+ notes, etc.), I thought it was only fair that I elaborate a bit. Google's post is entitled “Greater choice for wireless access point owners”.
Discussion: New York Times, @mattcutts, @fromedome, @parislemon, @ed, TechSpot and CNNMoney.com
Kevin J. O'Brien / New York Times: Google Allows Wi-Fi Owners to Opt Out of Database
Matt Cutts / @mattcutts: @parislemon assuming that you need something that works for Google & others, and that opt-out is preserved, what would you suggest instead?
Dan Frommer / @fromedome: @parislemon #occupy_nomap.
MG Siegler / @parislemon: @mattcutts my only suggestion is not to write that blog post. or at least not in that way. comes across very poorly.
Ed Shahzade / @ed: @mattcutts Matt, @parislemon and others nailed it. Fleischer's post illustrates a continued, serious disconnect between G and the world.
David Goldman / CNNMoney.com: Google offers opt-out for Wi-Fi tracking
Steven Sinofsky / MSDN Blogs:
Minimizing restarts after automatic updating in Windows Update … When it comes to Windows Update, one of the most discussed topics is the disruptiveness of restarts in the course of automatic updating. And for good reason—restarts can interrupt you right in the middle of something important.
Discussion: Computerworld, Liliputing, Softpedia News, The Register, Windows 8 News, Rumors & Tips, Geek.com, DailyTech, PC Magazine, OSNews, ITProPortal and Datamation.com
Robert Boland / Windows 8 News, Rumors & Tips: Windows 8 To Have Less Automatic Restarts
Matthew Humphries / Geek.com: Windows 8 has improved Windows Update, but it still requires restarts
Mark Hachman / PC Magazine: Microsoft: Windows 8 Will Minimize Auto-Restart Headaches
Thom Holwerda / OSNews: Microsoft Details Changes to Windows Update in Windows 8
Erica Thinesen / ITProPortal: Windows Update Retooled for Upcoming Windows 8 Release
John Paczkowski / AllThingsD:
Apple Names Levinson Chairman of the Board; Disney's Iger Tapped as Director — Apple has tapped long-time board member Art Levinson as non-executive chairman of its board, replacing co-founder Steve Jobs, who passed away last month after a long battle with cancer.
Discussion: Apple, The Register, Bloomberg, Inquirer, ITProPortal, Associated Press, Reuters, BetaNews, Mashable!, Pulse2, @emilychangtv, The Loop, bizjournals, Shiny Objects, BBC, Business Insider, New York Times, GigaOM, VentureBeat, The Verge, Mashable!, paidContent, The Next Web, TechCrunch, 9to5Mac, BGR, NBC Bay Area, Electronista and Engadget
Robert A. Iger / Apple: Apple Names Arthur D. Levinson Chairman of the Board
Brid-Aine Parnell / The Register: Apple elects new chairman, cosies up to Mickey Mouse
Dave Neal / Inquirer: Apple names Arthur Levinson as chairman
Ravi Mandalia / ITProPortal: Arthur Levinson Appointed as Apple's Non-exec Chairman
Ben Parr / Mashable!: Meet Art Levinson, Apple's New Chairman
Emily Chang / @emilychangtv: Apple names Arthur Levinson Chairman of the board, Disney's Bob Iger will also join the board
Jim Dalrymple / The Loop: Apple names Arthur D. Levinson Chairman of the Board
Brian Caulfield / Shiny Objects: Genentech's Art Levinson Replaces Steve Jobs As Chairman Of Apple's Board
Jay Yarow / Business Insider: Apple Mixes Up Its Board Following Steve Jobs' Death, Adds Bob Iger, Makes Art Levinson New Chairman
Tom Krazit / paidContent: Disney's Iger Tapped For Apple's Board Of Directors, Levinson Now Chairman
Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web: Apple names Levinson Chairman and Iger to the Board, Both had History with Steve Jobs
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch: Arthur Levinson Now Chairman Of Apple's Board, Disney's Bob Iger Is Also Joining
Jake Smith / 9to5Mac: Arthur Levinson named Chairman of Apple's Board of Directors, Disney CEO Bob Iger joins the Board
Jonathan S. Geller / BGR: Apple names Arthur Levinson as chairman of the board, Bob Iger joins
Sajid Farooq / NBC Bay Area: Apple Adds Disney, Genentech Execs to Board
Ingrid Lunden / paidContent:
Miramax Is The Latest To Ink A Deal With Netflix For UK Launch — Netflix (NSDQ: NFLX) is picking up some more momentum for its UK and Ireland launch, scheduled for early next year. The streaming video company has now added film studio Miramax to its list of content partners …
Discussion: AllThingsD, The Verge and The Next Web, more at Mediagazer »
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD: Miramax Signs On For Netflix UK Launch
Thomas Ricker / The Verge: Netflix signs Miramax to multi-year streaming agreement for the UK and Ireland starting in early 2012
Terrence O'Brien / Engadget:
Cox to exit wireless business: sales end Nov. 16th, leaves the air March 30th, 2012 — Cox Wireless has always been something of an also-ran, trying to play catch up with the big boys that already had a well-established infrastructure. It snatched up some precious 700MHz spectrum from the FCC …
Discussion: mocoNews, cox.mediaroom.com, Electronista, The Verge, PhoneArena, DSLreports and PhoneDog.com
Ingrid Lunden / mocoNews: So Much For Quad-Play: Cox To Halt Cox Wireless Service
Chris Ziegler / The Verge: Cox ending wireless service March 30th, cites ‘inability to access iconic wireless devices’
DSLreports: Cox Scraps Wireless Plans Completely - No New Sales As of Tomorrow, Support Ends 3/30/12
Sam Schechner / Wall Street Journal:
Sony Considers Internet Rival to Cable TV — Sony Corp. is considering launching an Internet-based alternative to cable-TV service, say people familiar with the situation, the latest threat to cable and satellite operators that now dominate pay television. — The Japanese electronics …
Discussion: CNET News, FierceIPTV, The Verge, Neowin.net, Ubergizmo, SlashGear, Electronista, Gizmodo, Engadget, Business Insider, @mediaredef and GigaOM
Steven Musil / CNET News: Sony to offer TV channels across Internet?
Sean Hollister / The Verge: WSJ: Sony considering internet-based cable TV alternative
John Callaham / Neowin.net: Rumor: Sony to launch Internet-based cable TV service?
George Wong / Ubergizmo: Sony to launch its own cable-TV alternative?
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Sony web TV plans could undercut cable
Roberto Baldwin / Gizmodo: WSJ: Sony Gunning for Cable-TV with IPTV
Richard Lawler / Engadget: Sony may be preparing an internet-based cable TV alternative
Matt Rosoff / Business Insider: Now Sony Wants To Kill Your Cable TV Box
Media ReDEFined / @mediaredef: Sony Considers Internet Rival to Cable TV http://t.co/JizI70ni /via @MediaReDEF
Ryan Lawler / GigaOM: Sony proposes over-the-top TV service
Devidutta Tripathy / Reuters:
NTT Docomo to spend $11 bln on 4G LTE, launch LTE smartphones — (Reuters) - Japanese cellular carrier NTT DoCoMo Inc plans to spend a total of 880 billion yen ($11 billion) on the rollout of 4G LTE (long term evolution) networks through fiscal 2015 and to launch LTE-enabled smartphones this winter …
Discussion: The Register and Wall Street Journal
Brid-Aine Parnell / The Register: Japanese telco to splurge £2bn a year on LTE
Tom Simonite / Technology Review:
E-Reader Display Shows Vibrant Color Video — Mirasol's reflective display is being tested by device manufacturers, and could appear on shelves next year. — Even as the processing power and download speeds of mobile devices surge, one component still lags behind: the screen.
Discussion: Android and Me, PhoneArena and The Tech Report
Taylor Wimberly / Android and Me: Mirasol displays ready to extend your Android phone's battery life to days in second half of 2012
Geoff Gasior / The Tech Report: Mirasol displays pushed to second half of 2012
Jason Kincaid / TechCrunch:
Speak Out Against SOPA: Send Congress A Physical Letter In Just A Few Clicks — The web community is currently in an apprehensive uproar over the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), which threatens to create an Internet blacklist that operates at the DNS level in a misguided attempt to curb piracy.
Discussion: Techdirt, Reuters and Electronic Frontier Foundation
Jennifer Mercurio / Techdirt: SOPA/PROTECT IP Would Be Hideously Bad For Video Gamers
Aaron Pressman / Reuters: Google's Schmidt blasts Internet copyright bills
Brian Heater / Engadget:
Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet unboxing and hands-on (video) — Look what we got in our grubby hands — it's the new Nook Tablet, Barnes & Noble's attempt to elbow in on this holiday season's crowded tablet landscape. At $249, the slate is being positioned as a direct competitor to Amazon's budget Kindle Fire.
Discussion: Liliputing, TechCrunch, Fortune, AllThingsD, LAPTOP Magazine, CNET News, The Digital Reader, IntoMobile, ZDNet, eWeek, Mashable! and Pocketables
Brad Linder / Liliputing: Some B&N stores already selling NOOK Tablets
JP Mangalindan / Fortune: Nook Tablet: Great hardware begging for an ecosystem
Walter S. Mossberg / AllThingsD: Kindle Fire, A Grown-Up E-Reader With Tablet Spark
Scott Stein / CNET News: Nook Tablet hands-on: Can it fight the Fire?
Nate Hoffelder / The Digital Reader: Nook Tablet Now in Stores (And In My Hands)
Kelly Hodgkins / IntoMobile: Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet review roundup
James Kendrick / ZDNet: Nook Tablet already in stores: Let the cheap tablet war begin!
Don Reisinger / eWeek: Apple iPad 2 Price Cut Won't Shake Up Tablet Market: 10 Reasons Why
Christine Erickson / Mashable!: Kindle Fire: The Good, The Bad and The Indifferent [META REVIEW]
Calob Horton / Pocketables: Select Barnes & Nobles selling Nook Tablet already
Brad Molen / Engadget:
HTC Zeta rendered, rumored to pack 2.5GHz quad-core CPU and Ice Cream Sandwich — Ready for today's grain of salt? We just got handed imagery and specs of a possible HTC device in the works codenamed the Zeta. It's a quad-core handset, much like the Edge that was leaked last week …
Discussion: Inquirer, Gizmodo, Gizmodo UK, Electronista, Fudzilla, SoMobile, T3 News, IntoMobile, MobileWhack.com, Tech Shout!, Fonehome, 9to5Google, Neowin.net, Newlaunches.com, SlashGear, Phones Review, AndroidGuys, PhoneDog.com, Know Your Cell, GottaBeMobile, MobileSyrup.com, Android and Me, Android Community, Android Phone Fans and Pocketables
Chris Martin / Inquirer: HTC Zeta quad-core smartphone gets leaked
Sam Gibbs / Gizmodo: When Dual-Core Just Isn't Enough: Rumored HTC Zeta to Get Blazing Quad-Core 2.5GHz Chip
Sam Gibbs / Gizmodo UK: When Dual-Core Just Isn't Enough: Rumoured HTC Zeta to Get Blazing Quad-Core 2.5GHz Chip
Slobodan Simic / Fudzilla: HTC Zeta smartphone pixellized
Carly Page / SoMobile: HTC Zeta leaks: 2.5GHz quad-core CPU, Android 4.0
Thomas Tamblyn / T3 News: HTC Zeta picture and specs leaked?
Stefan Constantinescu / IntoMobile: HTC Zeta: Futuristic quad core smartphone that's faster than your personal computer?
Graham Smith / 9to5Google: HTC Zeta details leak, featuring 720p HD display and 2.5GHz quad-core processor
Gavril / Newlaunches.com: HTC Zeta pictures leaked; to boast 4.5-inch display and Ice Cream Sandwich
Paul Fang / SlashGear: HTC Zeta packing 2.5Ghz quad-core CPU detailed
Mark / Phones Review: News on HTC Zeta
Vincent Messina / AndroidGuys: Lucky number “Zeta” - HTC's rumored 2.5GHz quad-core, Ice Cream Sandwich behemoth
Alex Wagner / PhoneDog.com: HTC Zeta breaks cover, quad-core 2.5GHz processor and ICS rumored to be included
Ian Hardy / MobileSyrup.com: Rumoured “HTC Zeta” is a powerhouse Android 4.0 with a 2.5GHz quad-core processor
Edgar Cervantes / Android and Me: HTC Zeta leaks out, could deliver 2.5 GHz quad-core processor and Android 4.0
Michael Crider / Android Community: HTC Zeta superphone leaked with insane 2.5GHz processor
Sean Gallagher / Ars Technica:
Tor launches do-it-yourself privacy bridge in Amazon cloud — The Tor Project, the development team behind the Tor anonymizing network, has developed a version of its software packaged for Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud. Tor Cloud provides a way for users of the network to create a “bridge” …
Aislyn Greene / TechFlash: Amazon cloud one of the fastest supercomputers in the world
The magic of foursquare discovery, now on your big-screen devices. #new4SQ — NOTE (Tuesday, 1:30pm EST): Now live for all! Enjoy! — As foursquare has evolved, the focus has turned from simply ‘checking in’ to sharing our experiences and expertise, unlocking rewards and deals, and exploring the world around us.
Discussion: Betabeat, Mashable!, Sam Brown, ReadWriteWeb, Tech Europe, VentureBeat, Gizmodo UK, Redmond Pie, PC Magazine, Between the Lines Blog, 9to5Mac, About Foursquare, @chadcat, TechCrunch and Tip Desk
Adrianne Jeffries / Betabeat: 14 Words to Describe the Foursquare.com Redesign
Sarah Kessler / Mashable!: Foursquare's Revamped Website Could Challenge Yelp
John Paul Titlow / ReadWriteWeb: Foursquare's Website Just Got a Whole Lot More Useful
Nick Clayton / Tech Europe: Location Apps Find Ways to be Useful
Andrew Tarantola / Gizmodo UK: Foursquare's Now All About Discovery
Mark Hachman / PC Magazine: Foursquare's New Look Focuses on Discovery
Christian Zibreg / 9to5Mac: Foursquare reveals all-new iPad experience on the web
Chad Catacchio / @chadcat: interesting that #new4sq is map centric, something its API ecosystem has been doing with apps for awhile - backlash possibility?
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch: Foursquare Outgrows Mobile, Wants To Be Your City Guide
Tricia Duryee / AllThingsD:
Visa Names Its New PayPal-Like Digital Wallet Service “V.me” — The brand that consumers will see when Visa's digital wallet launches early next year won't be the Visa logo. — The payments company will be using the name V.me to differentiate it from its more well-known services found …
Discussion: SlashGear and Electronista
Shane McGlaun / SlashGear: Visa debuts V.me digital wallet service
Robert Scoble / Google+:
Why I'm treating startups more critically lately — I've noticed that lately I'm treating startups much more critically. Today I chewed into an entrepreneur who was pitching me a new thing that was sort of like Oink, or maybe it was Foursquare, or maybe it was Foodspotting.
Erick Schonfeld / TechCrunch:
Sean Parker: “Little Startups Are Ridiculously OverFunded” — Speaking at the Techonomy conference today, Sean Parker warns about the downside of the explosion of seed-stage startups. “Little startups are ridiculously overfunded,” he say. “The market is ridiculously overcrowded with early stage investors.
Discussion: CNET News, Six Kids and a Full Time Job, Betabeat, MediaFile and @stevecheney
Michael Eisenberg / Six Kids and a Full Time Job: Hey Sean Parker: We Are Only 7 Million People and Little Start Ups Are Draining Talent in Israel Too!
Nitasha Tiku / Betabeat: Sean Parker Thinks Angel Investors Not Named Ron Conway Should Stop Writing So Many Checks
Sarah Mcbride / MediaFile: Sean Parker: Silicon Valley conditions resemble prewar Europe