Facebook to Announce Sweeping Changes at f8
Facebook is expected to announce significant changes during its f8 keynote speech at 1 p.m. today. Here’s an overview of smaller changes that have already appeared.
Al Gore: iPhone 5 Coming Next Month
Former U.S. Vice President and Apple board member Al Gore let slip at a conference that the next-generation iPhone will be released next month. We suspect the device will be unveiled October 4.
HP Could Dump Apotheker for Whitman
Former eBay CEO Meg Whitman is being considered for the role of CEO at Hewlett Packard, according to reports.
Twitter Begins Accepting Political Ads
Twitter has begun accepting and running political ads, and has even developed a sales team dedicated to the category.
Gmail for Mobile Gets Multiple Sign-in
Google has upgraded Gmail for mobile with a few long-awaited features, including multiple sign-in, and the ability to set vacation auto-responders.
Microsoft: Mango to Arrive in “a Week or Two”
In a blog post, Microsoft assured Windows Phone users version 7.5 of its OS, code-named “Mango,” will be available in “a week or two.”
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