be sure to watch the conversation about China, tech and democracy that took place between activist/artist Ai Weiwei, Twitter's Jack Dorsey and ReadWriteWeb's Richard MacManus. We also continued our exploration of the significant Internet trends of 2010, including Real-Time Web, Mobile Web and Internet of Things.Our top story this week was about bad news for the big guys: Google, Facebook, Digg's top users. As you catch up on the news,
Note: We've refreshed the format for our longest running feature, the Weekly Wrapup. It now focuses more explicitly on the key trends that ReadWriteWeb is tracking in 2010, as well as giving you the highlights from the leading story of the week. Let us know your thoughts on the new format.
Story of the Week: Nexus One's woes, spies love Facebook, top Diggers lose power
- Oops: Google Denied Trademark on Android Nexus One
- Big Changes Are Coming to Digg: More Power to Publishers, Less Power to Top Diggers
- How US Government Spies Use Facebook (Updated)
- Cartoon: Can't Go to SXSW? We Feel Your Pain
- Nexus One Flopped, but Android Didn't
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- Microsoft Updates Bing iPhone App and Removes It from All International iTunes Stores
- Blockbuster Brings New Releases to Android, Windows Mobile Phones
- Mobile App Marketplace: $17.5 Billion by 2012
Internet of Things
- Internet of Things Explained (Video)
- 6 Ways to Better Living: Inside an Internet of Things Home
- 8 Ways to Better Understand the Internet of Things
Check Out The ReadWriteWeb iPhone App
ReadWriteWeb iPhone app. As well as enabling you to read ReadWriteWeb while on the go or lying on the couch, we've made it easy to share ReadWriteWeb posts directly from your iPhone, on Twitter and Facebook. You can also follow the RWW team on Twitter, directly from the app. We invite you to download it now from iTunes.We recently launched the official
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- The Death of the Pageview
- Micropayments and Subscriptions: How Business Models for Startups are Shifting
- 6 ReadWriteStart Lists: Our Best Startup Advice
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- Provider Fail: Vodafone Sells HTC Smartphone Loaded With Malware
- Google Apps Offers Migration for Microsoft Exchange
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- IBM Makes A Major Move Into The Cloud; Amazon Is In Its Sights
- Rulers of the Cloud: Will Amazon's Computing Fabric Become a New Economy?
- The Oracle Effect: Sun's Best and Brightest Move On to New Places
That's a wrap for another week! Enjoy your weekend everyone.