Our pick of the best of the morning reading
Why I will wait in line again (Scobleizer)
Web watcher Robert Scoble outlines why he’ll be first in line when Apple’s mystery device finally goes on sale.
The eagerly-awaited tablet has been spotted in the wild! Mobile app analysis firm Flurry claims that about 50 devices are in use on Apple’s Cupertino campus and takes a look at what they are being used for.
Bill Gates launches his own website (The Telegraph)
Microsoft founder Bill Gates starts his own website to keep us up to date on his current life and work. The announcement comes days after he joined social networking site Twitter.
As the countdown continues to Apple’s event on Wednesday, where the firm is expected to announce a tablet computer, CBR editor Jason Stamper cuts through the rumours to ask whether all the hype is really justified.
Why the NHS can’t get its browser act together (The Guardian)
Organisational inertia means we’re saddled with an ageing, vulnerable browser across our hospitals and key government departments. That’s not good, says Charles Arthur.