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Apple pays music bigs 0M+ — Apple will fork over between 0 million and 0 million in advanced payments to the four major music labels in order to get its iCloud off the ground, three separate sources told The Post. — The Cupertino, Calif., tech giant has agreed to pay …
Major labels, music publishers lining up behind Apple's iCloud
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Ian Paul / PC World: iCloud: 5 Essential Features
Tiernan Ray / Tech Trader Daily: RIM: iClouds Gather; Sterne Agee Cuts Target To
Neil Hughes / AppleInsider: Launch of Apple's iCloud predicted to cause ‘collateral damage’ on RIM
JP Mangalindan / Fortune: Today in Tech: more Apple iCloud details
Larry Dignan / Between the Lines Blog: Apple iCloud: Nice incremental revenue boost, but halo effect more notable
Kit Eaton / Fast Company: What Apple Will Show Us On Monday: Code, Clouds, And Steve Jobs [Updated]
Ben Camm-Jones / Computerworld: iCloud to cost per year
Kit Dotson / SiliconANGLE: Apple's iCloud Signs All Four Major Record Labels, Cost Listed at a Year
Phone Arena: Analyst says that Apple's iCloud could seriously damage RIM
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: iCloud will be free at first and then /year - LA Times
Chris Gayomali / Techland: Apple's Upcoming ‘iCloud’ Service May Cost for an Annual Subscription
Josh Lowensohn / CNET News: Five big questions heading into Apple's WWDC
Athima Chansanchai / msnbc.com: More details about iCloud: annually, Apple revenue sharing
Mic Wright / Electricpig.co.uk: iCloud plans: free at launch then switching to subscription
Steven Sande / TUAW: Win big at Keynote Rumor Bingo on Monday
Apple Bitch: Rumor: Pricing For New Apple iCloud Service Revealed
Zaib / TheiLoop: iCloud to be initially free and then cost per year, major labels on board
Tom Simonite / Technology Review: Everything We (Might) Know About Apple's iCloud
Todd Ogasawara / SocialTimes.com: Apple iCloud: Everyone's Excited. But, Will it be a Dud?
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Apple iCloud /year tip insiders
Kelly Fiveash / The Register: Apple to open iCloud for ‘free’ before slapping subs on service
Chris Barylick / O'Grady's PowerPage: Rumor: iCloud service to be initially free for certain customers, then available for /year
John Biggs / CrunchGear: iCloud Could Be Free For A Time, Then Cost A Year
Softpedia News: iCloud Icon, Pricing, Other Details Unveiled
Sean Fallon / Know Your Cell: Apple iCloud to cost per month?
Robert Nelson / Gadgetell: Apple iCloud rumors; service will cost per year & come with a free trial
Mike Norris / Gadgetsteria: Apple's iCloud Details Spilled Ahead Of WWDC Announcement? Annual Subscription?
Andrew Wray / TiPb: Apple signs deal with Universal, iCloud to cost /year after free trial?
John / Edible Apple: iCloud music streaming will be free at first, followed by annual fee
Cody Fink / MacStories: iCloud Detailed: Initially Free with iTunes Purchase, a Year Subscription
Jennifer Bergen / Geek.com: Apple iCloud service to have annual subscription fee?
iClarified: Apple News | Apple to Pay Music Labels Up To 0 Million for iCloud Streaming Rights
John Callaham / Neowin.net: Apple signs final major record company for iCloud streaming service
Apple signs Universal Music to iCloud
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iCloud cost pegged at per year, all 4 major labels signed
Jason Fox / The Tech Report: Up, up and away!
Phone Arena: Apple's iCloud free at launch, yearly subscriptions come later on?
Megan Lavey-Heaton / TUAW: iCloud icon revealed, LA Times says service will cost annually
Seth Weintraub / 9 to 5 Mac: iCloud to get EDU-only discount pricing?
Nathan Olivarez-Giles / L.A. Times Tech Blog: Apple's iCloud could be free to start, later cost annually
Georgia / TiPb: Moscone banner shows off iCloud icon in advance of WWDC 2011
Josh Ong / AppleInsider: Apple's iCloud free at first, then a year, sources say
Groupon IPO: Pass on this deal — Groupon has filed its S-1 and hopes to raise 0M in its initial public offering. Given they're currently losing a staggering 7M per quarter, despite revenues of 4M, they'll be burning through that cash almost as soon as it hits their account.
Groupon Files For 0 Million IPO; Lost 3 Million In 2010
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Wall Street Journal: Groupon to Gauge Limits of IPO Mania
Dan Frommer / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider: Say What You Will About Groupon's Finances, But It Still Looks Smart For Turning Down Google's Billion
David Sinsky / The Business Insider: Groupon's Business Model Is Deteriorating In Its Oldest Markets
Ben Popper / Betabeat: Groupon's Business is Decaying in its Established Markets
CNNMoney.com: Groupon's IPO filing shows off irreverent side
DealBook: Groupon Plans I.P.O. With Billion Valuation
Ari Levy / Bloomberg: Groupon Files to Raise 0 Million in IPO After Sales Surge
Parmy Olson / Disruptors: Morning Tech Wrap: Groupon, Apple, Sony
Mark Evans Tech: GroupOn IPO, Anyone? Count Me Out
Alexia Tsotsis / TechCrunch: Groupon Files For IPO To Raise At Least 0 Million
Katya Wachtel / SAI: Lloyd Blankfein Personally Visited Groupon, But They Still Selected Morgan Stanley As Lead Underwriter
Eric Savitz / The Tech Trade: Deja Vu: Groupon's Bubble 1.0 Approach To Accounting
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM: Is Groupon Selling Tickets to the Bubble Parade?
John Battelle / FM Blog: Friday Signal: Winding Up, Winding Down
Wailin Wong / Chicago Tribune: Groupon files for 0M IPO
Julie M / Groublogpon: Groupon Files Registration Statement for Initial Public Offering
Chris Rovzar / New York Magazine: Groupon Files for 0 Million IPO
Jay Yarow / SAI: Silicon Alley Insider: HOLY COW: Groupon Is Losing A LOT Of Money
Alex Wilhelm / The Next Web: Groupon's top 15 US markets - can you guess which is number one?
Lars Paronen / MediaFile: Tech wrap: Groupon offers itself to the public
Eric Markowitz / Inc.com: A Look Inside Groupon's IPO
Anthony Ha / VentureBeat: Groupon files for 0M IPO
Adam Ostrow / Mashable!: Groupon Files for 0 Million IPO
Experian Hitwise / @hitwise_us: Groupon has filed for an IPO. By market share of visits, Groupon is the 64th largest site in the US (out of 1mm+) as of last week.
vator.tv: Breaking: Groupon files for IPO
Reuters: Groupon files for IPO of up to 0 million
Luisa Beltran / PE Hub Blog: Morgan Beats Goldman to Be Lead Bookrunner in Groupon IPO
Tim Bradshaw / @tim: Groupon had 83,100,006 subscribers as of March 31, sold 28m deals in first quarter
more at Mediagazer »
Where Did Groupon's Billion Dollars Go?
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Syrian Internet Shutdown — Starting at 3:35 UTC today (6:35am local time), approximately two-thirds of all Syrian networks became unreachable from the global Internet. Over the course of roughly half an hour, the routes to 40 of 59 networks were withdrawn from the global routing table.
+Discussion: The Register, PC Magazine, ZDNet, ArabCrunch, The Next Web, USA Today, NPR, Security Watch, Fast Company, PanARMENIAN.Net and RIA Novosti
Gmail Hack Targeted White House — People who work at the White House were among those targeted by the China-based hackers who broke into Google Inc.'s Gmail accounts, according to one U.S. official. — The hackers likely were hoping the officials were conducting administration business …
Adobe CEO: Android Will Overtake iPad Just Like it Did the iPhone (Video) — Adobe's Shantanu Narayen debunked a myth today at D that there's an ongoing feud between it and Apple over running Flash on iOS. — Still, he didn't hesitate downplaying Apple's early lead in the tablet market …
+Discussion: PC World, PC Magazine, Yahoo! News, Pocket-lint, Techland, Engadget, GMSV, App Advice, Computerworld, PhoneArena and AppleInsider
PC World: Adobe: Flash Dispute with Apple is ‘Over’
Leslie Horn / PC Magazine: Adobe CEO: Apple Feud Over, Android Will Overtake iPad
Andrew Couts / Yahoo! News: Adobe CEO: Android tablets will beat iPads
Hunter Skipworth / Pocket-lint: Adobe CEO says Honeycomb will overtake the iPad
Jared Newman / Techland: Flash on iPhones? Adobe's Done Trying
Amar Toor / Engadget: Adobe CEO has no beef with Apple, no answer for poor Flash performance on Android (video)
Levi Sumagaysay / GMSV: Classic case of buyer's remorse: a kidney for an iPad, plus other tablet news
Joe White / App Advice: Adobe CEO Declares Anti-Flash Smack Talk Dead, Thinks Android Will Soon Overtake iPad
Ben Camm-Jones / Computerworld: Adobe: Row with Apple over Flash is over
Phone Arena: Adobe CEO casts dark clouds over iOS, Android to overtake it because of Flash support
Josh Ong / AppleInsider: Adobe CEO downplays Flash, iOS feud, says Android tablets will dominate iPad
Windows 8: The Beginning of the End of Windows — I have a longstanding rule for evaluating new tech products: Don't judge anything by the demo. I've seen far too many product previews that hid fundamental flaws in usability. Until you can touch and play with the product on your own …
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Google's CEO steps into spotlight — In his most extensive public comments since becoming Google's (GOOG) CEO, Larry Page on Thursday delivered a carefully crafted response to critics who say the company is too free-spending, too unfocused and too aloof to investors and Wall Street.
Apple Retail 10th Anniversary Poster: “We've learned a lot.” — Click for larger. — The most public celebration of Apple Retail's tenth anniversary was the rollout of iPad interactive shopping guides, something Apple calls the “Smart Sign”. But behind the scenes, in the retail back-of-house area …
Amazon May Soon Need to Collect Sales Tax — A proposal in the U.S. Senate aims to end the longtime exemption for e-commerce — California visitors to Wal-Mart Stores' (WMT) website must pay 4 to buy a Philips Electronics (PHG) 22-inch LCD HDTV, one of the hottest-selling flat-panel televisions on the Web.
Start-up Offers New Hires ,000, and All the Accoutrements of Hipsterdom — Earlier this year, my colleague Claire Cain Miller and I reported on the fierce recruiting wars among tech companies as they competed to hire and retain talented software developers and engineers.
AT&T's Ralph De La Vega on the T-Mobile Deal, Service Issues, Spectrum Shortage — Trying to buy T-Mobile USA for billion. Looking to fend off new competition with Verizon over the iPhone. The looming spectrum crunch and the shift away from unlimited data pricing.
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Kevin C. Tofel / gigaom.com: It's Time for Shared Data Plans in Households
Todd Haselton / BGR: AT&T CEO: Our 4G LTE network is 2-3 years behind Verizon's
Donald Melanson / Engadget: AT&T confirms it's ‘working on’ a shared data plan, won't commit to a time frame
Rachel King / Between the Lines Blog: AT&T 4G network won't catch up with Verizon for at least two years
Joe White / App Advice: More AT&T News: “Shared Data Plan” In The Works, No Time Frame Announced
The Droid Guy / Android Phones, Android Tablets …: AT&T's Ralph De La Hoya (De La Vega) Wraps Up D-9
Chuong Nguyen / GottaBeMobile: After Unlimited Data Era, Will AT&T's Shared Data Plans Be Fair?
Robert Nelson / Gadgetell: AT&T CEO mentions they are “working” on shared data plan offerings
Phone Arena: AT&T to introduce shared mobile data plan soon
FierceWireless: AT&T's de la Vega hints strongly at family data plans
John Callaham / Neowin.net: AT&T hints at future mobile data sharing plans
Devindra Hardawar / VentureBeat: AT&T CEO confirms a shared data plan is in the works for multiple devices
Tim Barribeau / everythingiCafe: AT&T Claims To Be Working On Shared Data Plan
David / TmoNews: AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega Live At All Things Digital Event
Rue Liu / SlashGear: AT&T Hints At Shared Data Plans In Near Future
Chris Ziegler / This is my next: AT&T ‘working’ on a shared data plan, won't say when it's coming
Mike Norris / Gadgetsteria: D9 Ralph de la Vega: “We're Working On Shared Data Plans”. Doesn't Understand “Locked” iPhones.
Daniel Eran Dilger / AppleInsider: AT&T says it is “working on” shared data plans, no delivery date set
Brier Dudley / The Seattle Times: D9: AT&T exec on T-Mobile deal, shared data plans
Electronista: AT&T says working on shared phone data plan
DSLreports: AT&T Hints At Mobile Data Family Plans - Like Verizon, Will Unveil 'Bucket ‘O Bytes’ Plans Soon
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Nokia Breakup Worth 52% Gain: Real M&A — Nokia Oyj (NOK1V), the world's largest mobile-phone maker, has destroyed so much shareholder value that it may be worth 52 percent more if sold and broken into pieces. — The Espoo, Finland-based company, once worth almost 0 billion …
Killer App: Army Tests Smartphones for Combat — The Army plans to hold desert trials in the U.S. next week to test off-the-shelf iPhones, Androids and tablet computers for use in war. — Starting Monday, the Army will also stress-test a variety of applications that could allow troops …
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EA starts its own downloadable games service
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The Billion-Dollar Startup Club: Then and Now
HTC takes the Sense UI open-source and reaches out to developers
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Note to Self: If the Halls Clear at Conferences, IPOs Are Near
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Spotlight falls on Sony's troubled cybersecurity
Motorola CEO: Open Android Store Leads to Quality Issues
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Tom Krazit / mocoNews: Motorola CEO Chides Android App Performance, Calls Kettle Black?
Chris Ziegler / This is my next: Motorola CEO blames crappy apps for poor phone performance, says Blur can help save the day
Terrence O'Brien / Engadget: Motorola's Jha blames apps for poor battery life, says Blur can save the day
Chris Davies / SlashGear: Motorola CEO blames open Android Market for device woes; MOTOBLUR adding greedy app alerts
Simon Sage / IntoMobile: Motorola says Android apps negatively affecting device performance
Phil Goldstein / FierceWireless: Motorola's Jha: Bad Android apps drive 70% of smartphone returns
Phone Arena: Motorola blames third-party apps for slow performance of phones, finds salvation in Motoblur
Stormy Beach / AndroidSPIN: Motorola CEO Blames an Open App Store for Device Returns?!?!
Michael Oryl / MobileBurn.com: Motorola CEO blames third-party apps for Android performance, battery issues
Andrea Petrou / TechEye: Motorola says it's faulty handsets are down to Android
Electronista: Motorola chief pins Android phone returns on poor apps
Mike Norris / Gadgetsteria: Motorola Plans To Fix Fragmented Android Experience And Poor Performance With MOTOBLUR.
Nicole Kobie / PC Pro: Motorola has blamed performance-hogging, battery draining apps …
Jim Dalrymple / The Loop: Motorola says 70% of returns are because of bad Android apps
Audrey Watters / O'Reilly Radar:
How the Library of Congress is building the Twitter archive
Skype protocol reverse engineered, source available for download
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