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September 29, 2010

Morning roundup: pick of the comment, September 29 2010

Our pick of the morning reading

By Cbr Rolling Blog

1. Apple’s weakest link is at its core (The Guardian)
iTunes is out of date and needs to be redesigned from the ground up, says John Naughton.

2. By the Numbers: Apple, Microsoft, Dell, H.P. (The New York Times)
"Back in May, Apple edged past Microsoft as the most valuable technology company. And, my oh my, has Apple stretched its lead since then," says Ashlee Vance.

3. RIM’s PlayBook ("the Blackberry tablet") will muddy the waters in B2B electronics supply chain (Gartner)
Matthew Davis says the PlayBook’s ability to sync with the Blackberry device is one of its more interesting features, and looks at what impact it may have on the supply chain.

4. TechCrunch to keep independent voice, Arrington says (Scobleizer)
Robert Scoble grabs a quick interview with Michael Arrington following TechCrunch’s sales to AOL.

5. Apple and Oracle must let developers have their say (GigaOm)
While Apple and Oracle have enjoyed tremendous success with their integrated suite approaches to business, the open ‘read/write’ model that open source encourages provides a better platform for third-party developers and promises to be the basis of successful startups, not to mention national economies, says Matt Asay.

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