Live Video of Apple’s iPad 2 Announcement
It's March 2, just like the announcement says, and you know what that means: At 1pm EST (10am PST), Apple is going to announce something or the other that we think just might be the iPad 2. Gizmodo is liveblogging the presser, as are Engadget, Ars, PC Mag, and CNET. If you're more of an audiovisual person, Leo Laporte and the TWiT Live crew will be hosting a live show commenting on the announcement, as will the Guys from Queens. Apple hasn't yet announced a live video stream for the event -- which is odd because it has offered live video for its last two events -- but if it does at the last minute, it'll probably appear here. We're working on finding live, streaming video for the event. Update: Now with live video of the full event:Read on...
Zuckerberg Responds to Facebook Privacy Concerns, but Is it Enough?
Facebook may have experienced truly impressive growth in the first months of 2010, but good press it has not enjoyed: Facebook privacy concerns have gone from a fringe obsession to a mainstream storyline in light of some of Facebook's aggressive changes. It hasn't helped that number of high-profile tech figures such as Peter Rojas and Leo Laporte have quit Facebook to great fanfare.
After one Facebook executive's attempts to answer New York Times readers' questions were by most accounts unsatisfying, Facebook is trying again: This time, CEO Mark Zuckerberg has taken to the pages of the Washington Post to explain his position and outline the principles on which he says Facebook operates. But his tone isn't especially apologetic:Read on...