Skip to content

Why We Mourn Google Reader – And Why It Matters – plus my links selection

March 17, 2013

A lot of exciting stuff today, from people such as Steve Jobs (book) and places like New York City, Radio City Music Hall and China.

So without further ado, here are all the links:

  • “Like a lot of people, I use Google Reader constantly” – [Why We Mourn Google Reader – And Why It Matters – readwrite.com]
  • “Reader is slated to board up its doors on July 1, but that isn’t stopping other RSS apps from updating (if they were based on Google’s API), or users from looking for alternatives” – [Don’t fret: There’s another mobile RSS reader for you out there yet – arstechnica.com]
  • “We’re “Ready 4 the Show” – Live from New York City for the Samsung Galaxy S4 unveiling – We’re in New York City, folks, and we’ve found our way into Music City Hall for Samsung’s big unveiling tonight at 7pm eastern” – [phandroid.com]
  • Google pulls quote from Steve Jobs biography in attempt to win iPhone import ban – “Friday, March 15, 2013, 05:53 pm Google pulls quote from Steve Jobs biography in attempt to win iPhone import ban In its attempts to garner an iPhone import ban from the U.S. ITC, Google continues to assert the viability of a Motorola utility patent regarding proximity sensors despite having the argument denied twice by an administrative law judge” – [appleinsider.com]
  • “Live from Radio City Music Hall: Samsung’s Galaxy S4 – Live from Radio City Music Hall: Samsung’s Galaxy S4 By Philip Elmer-DeWittMarch 14, 2013: 7:14 PM ETThe drumroll for Samsung’s new phone is bigger than anything Apple ever produced Inside Radio City Music Hall” – [tech.fortune.cnn.com]
  • Retina MacBook Pro customer launches class action lawsuit against Apple over alleged LG display flaw – “Since Apple unveiled its first Retina MacBook Pro with the 15.4-inch model in June, there has been a growing number of complaints from customers experiencing issues with the product” – [9to5mac.com]
  • “Today the White House announced that, among other topics, USTreasury Secretary Jack Lew will discuss the issue of cyber attacks with China on his first visit to that country” – [US to press China on cyberattacks, White House reports on day it is accused by North Korea of hacking it – thenextweb.com]
Advertisements

From → Steve Jobs

Leave a Comment

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: