Here’s the latest action:
Zynga runs away with Unoh — Social gaming company Zynga has bought Tokyo-based startup Unoh for an undisclosed amount, according to Japanese newspaper The Nikkei, TechCrunch reports.
Feds store body image scans — It has surfaced that police agencies like the U.S. Marshals Service are storing thousands of controversial body scan images. CNet has the details.
Priority internet coming soon? — Today Google and Verizon said they were getting close to an agreement that could mean faster content for some Verizon Internet users if content creators are willing to pay for it. The New York Times has the story.
What iPhone 4 users really think — A ChangeWave survey conducted in July looked at what 213 Apple iPhone 4 users actually think about their phones, revealing that 72 percent of users say they are very satisfied and 21 percent are somewhat satisfied.
Eric Schmidt doesn’t think you’re ready — The CEO of Google said during remarks at the Techonomy conference today that “people aren’t ready for the technology revolution that’s going to happen to them.” He focused on the exponential increase in data being swapped between people today versus just several years ago.
High energy standards for appliances — The Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers and the American Council for Energy-Efficient Economy have agreed to require major home appliances like refrigerators, washers and air conditioners to be more energy efficient.
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