1. Touchscreen Alone on Kindle Isn’t Enough to Compete With Future Devices (GigaOm)
Following Amazon’s purchase of touchscreen tech firm Touchco, it looks like the retailer could be going head to head with Apple. Kevin C. Tofel looks at that potential battle.
2. Cyber-security and international security (The Financial Times)
Gideon Rachman looks at the rise up the agenda of cyber-security and its place in international security.
3. Microsoft’s Creative Destruction (New York Times)
Dick Brass questions why Microsoft ‘no longer brings us the future’ as it struggles to compete with services offered by the likes of Amazon, Apple, Google and Twitter.
4. SpinVox revelations ‘not a surprise’ to those in industry (CBR)
Not everyone was surprised by the revelation that SpinVox uses human intervention on its voice-to-text translation technology. Steve Evans speaks to Vlingo’s EMEA MD Ashley Griffiths about the news.
5. Flash, mobiles, Firefox and more: following on from the other day… (The Guardian)
Adobe’s Flash has been in the news a lot recently, prompted by its non-appearance in Apple’s iPad. Charles Arthur examines the details.