Here’s the latest action:
Digital TV transition — About 2.8 million aren’t ready for the switch from analog to digital TV on Friday.
Barry Diller on content — The CEO of IAC says, make people pay for it. Paidcontent (of course) has more.
Fifteen iPhone Apps rendered obsolete by the new iPhone — The lesson is, stay out the way of Apple, which is like a vacuum cleaner in sucking functions into the iPhone.
Last.fm founders leaving — CBS acquired them. But now Felix Miller and his co-founders are leaving the company they started in 2002.
Web 2.0 is English’s millionth word — Federated Media’s John Batelle marvels at how Web 2.0 is institutionalized now. Will Web Squared also become an official word?
Yahoo distributes its version of Hadoop — Yahoo supports the free Java software framework that enables the distribution of data-intensive apps.
No Google company trips — Due to cutbacks, the do-no-evil company is cutting trips to Disneyland and other employee perks.
Schmidt dings Bing — Google CEO Eric Schmidt criticizes Microsoft’s new search engine and Yahoo as well.
Let’s chop it in two — The New York Times muses whether the venture capital industry needs to shrink dramatically.
Shrinking game sales — Analysts expect that May sales numbers for video games, being announced tomorrow, won’t top last year’s stellar numbers.