Our top story this week was "Digg's iPhone App Might Be Better Than the Website." The review? The app is a little buggy, lacks features, but is still quite good. Read on for our coverage and analysis. We also continued our exploration of the significant Internet trends of 2010, including Real-Time Web, Mobile Web and Internet of Things.
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Story of the Week: Digg's iPhone App
- Digg's iPhone App Might Be Better Than the Website
- More Twitter Analysis: Influencers Don't Retweet
- Can You Hear Me Now? Check This Crowd-Sourced Mobile Coverage Map
- Inventor of the Web Gets Backing to Build Web of Data
- Twitter Hacker, TechCrunch Document Leaker, Arrested in France (UPDATED)
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- Opera for the iPhone? We Sure Hope So.
- Google Voice Goes Real-Time (Well, Almost)
- That's Not a Phone, It's a Tiny Computer: Global Mobile Data Surpasses Voice
- Augmented Reality Among Time's 10 Tech Trends for 2010
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