Friday’s Morning Media/Tech Roundup

By Daniel Lippman
July 2, 2010

iPhoneConsumers sue Apple over iPhone antenna problems-Reuters

“Apple Inc has been sued by iPhone customers in at least three complaints related to antenna problems on its newest model,” reports Gabriel Madway.

Amazon again cuts Kindle price as iPad raises heat-Reuters

“Amazon.com Inc cut the price on its most expensive Kindle electronic reader, the latest salvo in a price war in response to Apple Inc’s pricier iPad tablet computer,” writes Franklin Paul and Phil Wahba.

Japanese consumers say no to glasses for 3D TV – survey

Television manufacturers might be waging a 3D battle but Japanese consumers are not entering the affray with almost 70 percent saying they have no plans to buy a 3D TV for their home.

U.S. government slowly adopting Web-based computing-Reuters

“The United States, seeking to modernize technology and reduce costs, is embracing ‘cloud computing,’ but privacy and security issues need to be ironed out during a decade-long transition, U.S. officials said on Thursday,” writes John Poirier.

Lunch with the FT: Chad Hurley-Financial Times

West coast editor of the FT Richard Waters has a good write-up of his lunch/interview with one of the founders of YouTube, Chad Hurley.

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