MacRumors has posted photos of what are supposedly pieces of the upcoming iPod Touch 4 with FaceTime. These have yet to be confirmed, however.
AppleInsider reports that Apple is rumored to be in talks to buy a Chinese mobile ISP and game developer for $148 million.
AdAge has an interesting article about the San Francisco Chronicle's decision to run Demand Media content, as said content draws a great deal of controversy. Definitely worth a read if you're interested in this subject.
Google has long been of great interest to small businesses for a variety of reasons. Now Google has launched a new Small Business blog, increasing its own focus on creating small business resources.
The LinkedIn ran a blog post about the Huffington Post adding a LinkedIn share button to its content. Perhaps more interesting is the note at the end that tells publishers if they want to add it to their own content to contact firstname.lastname@example.org. This could be good for driving traffic.
Google has provided an interesting explanation of its Google Book Search algorithm and what it counts as books. To say the least, it's a bit complicated.
Google announced late yesterday that it was putting an end to Google Wave, at least as a standalone product. Much of the conversation throughout the industry has turned to the product. In fact, we've been having a good conversation about it in the comments section of my earlier article here.
The New York Times and other publications reported on an alleged deal that Google and Verizon were cooking up that would effectively kill net neutrality, but both companies have come forward and denied such a deal.
Yesterday Microsoft teased a new "flat" device, which has now been revealed to be the Arc Touch Mouse to launch next month.
Gizmodo goes " deep inside Xbox 360 Kinect ". This long piece does dig deep to look at what makes it tick.