The Drill Down team discusses Apple’s iPhone 4, an iPad security breach, AT & T’s new data pricing, Mark Zuckerberg’s ‘Nixon moment’, China blocks Foursquare, RIAA vs. Limewire, the inaccuracy of Wikipedia, Skype’s five million downloads, and Team Fortress 2 for the Mac.
- iPhone 4 announced, launching June 24 for $199 with new FaceTime video chat
- iPhone 4 vs. the smartphone elite: EVO 4G, N8, Pre Plus, and HD2
- Apple’s Worst Security Breach: 114,000 iPad Owners Exposed
- AT&T iPhone Tethering: An Extra $20/Month—If You Abandon Unlimited Data
- Say Goodbye to AT&T’s Unlimited Data Plan For The iPad 3G
- AT&T’s new DataPlus and DataPro plans ripping customers off?
- How Much Video Can You Actually Stream With AT&T’s New Data Plans?
- AT&T warns customer that emailing the CEO will result in a cease and desist letter
- China Blocks Foursquare After Users Check in to Tiananmen Square
- Facebook’s Zuckerberg has Nixon moment
- Apple’s HTML5 Showcase Isn’t HTML5, Blocks Other Browsers
- Intellectual honesty and html5
- Yeah, It’s Popular: Five Million Skype 3G iPhone App Downloads In Four Days
- Recording Industry Says LimeWire on Hook for $1 Billion
- Study: Wikipedia Accurate But Poorly Written
- Team Fortress 2 for the Mac
- Digg’s Looking For A New CEO
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