Each week, we round up an executive summary of the high points around the blogosphere. This week, we’re taking a look at the legality of Internet traffic regulation and how the big Internet companies deal with change haters. For gadget lovers, we’re also looking at the new Apple Retina display, the new Google tablet and whether ultrabooks have a hope of replacing tablet devices in the BYOD landscape.
- Ultrabooks are blurring the lines between laptops and tablet devices, but the real question is whether your employees will use them to hit the network on the sly.
- Did you hear the one about how the United Nations is going to take over the Internet? Hands off our tablet devices, guys.
- We’ve all heard about Google’s and Facebook’s iterative changes — usually from users who are complaining about those same changes. Here’s the inside scoop on how they jockey that user feedback internally.
- Gadget lovers rejoice: Google is launching its own Android tablet devices this month, while Tim Cook announced a new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air with the Apple Retina display at this week’s WorldWide Developer’s Conference in San Francisco.
- The question of booth babes at IT conferences is discussed as a symptom of the male gaze.
- If you’re worrying about whether the United States can win a cyberwar, stop worrying — it can’t, and here’s why.
- Were people seriously concerned about a brave new world without the Apple Retina display?