Here’s a look at Thursday, June 17, 2010:
When it comes to chiming in about AOL's rumored sell-off of Bebo, there are some people who should just stay quiet and low-key on the sidelines. Steve Case, who oversaw the failed AOL-Time Warner merger - is one of them. But there he was tweeting his thoughts on a business model of buying high and selling low.
Apple has quietly moved the date for iPhone 4 shipments but all the buzz is about the 600,00 pre-orders taken. Joel Evans Both Apple and AT&T emerge from a Day One fiasco smelling like roses. Why are they untouchablees?
Speaking of Apple, it appears the company released a vulnerable plug-in for Adobe's Flash Player that exposes systems to hacker attacks. But Adobe to the rescue with an upgraded version available for download.
IBM has its eyes set on enterprise-grade mobile apps and has created a new software development lab in Massachusetts to focus on mobile computing for the enterprise.
Finally, take a moment to get up close and personal with the HTC Aria for AT&T in the photo gallery