A Michigan newspaper writer was criticized for quoting public tweets without asking permission from their writers. To those who cried foul: What don't you understand about the word 'public'?
In response to loads of media outlets screen-grabbing images of tweets and posting them in articles, Twitter now has an official, easy way to do it.
The Acer Iconia Tab A200 is capable and functional, but not particularly memorable.
Linus Torvalds gets graphic about his feelings toward Nvidia. Uses a few choice words to vent his anger about Nvidia's lack of Linux support.
In the wake of anti-Nvidia histrionics by the father of Linux last week, the graphics chip supplier offered a rebuttal.
On today's show, Eric Schmidt appears to spout off wildly about fighting anti-piracy laws to the death, but frankly, we kind of agree. Also, LinkedIn's IPO goes bonkers, Apple is close to signing all the necessary music labels to its hoped-for Amazon and Google killer, Kindle e-books outsell all print books on Amazon, and it turns out that Apple love really is a religion. So much so that its devotees literally refuse to believe there could be malware on their Macs. Guys, it's happening. Believe. --Molly
The WSJ has a great interview with Marten Mickos.
The big venture capital firms get lots of quotes, but it's the newer, more aggressive investors who make their firms highly visible.
To remember Steve Jobs and his genius, we have collected together some of our favourite quotes.
A prosecutor vying for a judicial position in a Las Vegas court is sacked from his temporary post after he posts less-than-professional comments on MySpace.