News.com Daily Podcast: After the iPhone hype, the iPhone reality

Something happened in Apple-land today--oh yeah, that iPhone thing; why it pays to watch out before sending IM; and Twitter and its discontents.

Something happened in Apple-land today--oh yeah, that iPhone thing; why it pays to watch out before sending IM; and Twitter and its discontents.
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Turns out most of the rumors were true as CEO Steve Jobs held center stage at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference. CNET Reviews' Bonnie Cha offers her initial take on the product announcements that so dominated Monday's tech coverage.

And speaking of "Stevenote," one casualty--again--was Twitter. The increasingly spotty service was, well, spotty. But Twitterholics, don't despair. Webware's Rafe Needleman offers a couple of workarounds.

Before sending out your next instant message , you might want to think twice. News.com's Declan McCullagh finds that you may not be as secure as you assumed.

Today's stories:

WWDC 2008: What's in store for Apple

How safe is instant messaging? A security and privacy survey

Icahn's questions attack Yahoo

Photos: Mars Lander scoops up soil samples

Japan killings suspect allegedly posted warnings online

Can clean tech stem China's environmental woes?

EMI hires 'Second Life' co-founder

'Wiimbledon' tournament brings out Brooklyn's finest

Another Amazon outage, this time hitting U.K, too

 

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