This week The Drill Down crew enlist the help of Latino Review.com‘s Kellvin Chavez as we review the best (and worst) of San Diego’s Comic-Con International 2010. Later we assess the impact of WikiLeaks’ Afghan War report on the state of internet and mainstream journalism, A contract that calls Facebook’s ownership (and its 500 Million users) in question, how a 15-year-old kid tricked Apple with a disguised iPhone tethering app, iPhone jailbreaking now considered fair use, Apple’s Magic Trackpad, the end of internet addresses, and the Flipboard phenomenon.
- Comic-Con Reports at Geeks of Doom by Tom Cheredar
- Comic-Con Reports at Geeks of Doom by Andrew Sorcini
- Latino Review’s Comic-Con 2010 coverage
- Afghanistan war logs: Story behind biggest leak in intelligence history
- Facebook hits 500-million users, but many of them are frustrated
- Facebook: Actually Owned by Wood Pellet Businessman?
- Analyzing The Facebook Contract: Is Mark Zuckerberg Screwed?
- Facebook: Contract Giving Up Ownership Was ‘Forged’
- How a 15-yo Kid Tricked Apple With a Disguised iPhone Tethering App
- Apple loses big in DRM ruling: jailbreaks are “fair use”
- Less Than 1 Year Until The Internet Runs Out of Addresses
- Apple Magic Trackpad first hands-on
- Flipboard for iPad: Part revolution, part ridiculous