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Welcome to the App Roundup

This year, we’re adding some new features that we’re really excited about: While the Tech Blog will continue to be your source for breaking news, we will also be adding some regularity to the blog with weekly features like The App Roundup (see below), new product reviews and spotlights on Stanford student start-ups.

iPhone 4

Well it’s finally here and the wait is over. Yesterday (6/7/10) Apple unveiled its latest revision to its popular iPhone line, calling it the iPhone 4. According to Apple, “This changes everything. Again.” It certainly does. The new iPhone is packed with many new features, but I’ll just list the most important ones here. Design…

Project Natal to be Launched in October

Microsoft has just confirmed an October launch window for its new Project Natal (pronounced na-tahl). Syed Bilal Tariq, Microsoft’s Saudi Arabian Marketing Manager, sais that the Natal launch, “is going to be somewhere in October and we will be in a position to confirm the date at E3, which is in June, but definitely it…

Police Raid Home of Gizmodo Editor

This past Friday, investigators of the Rapid Enforcement and Allied Computer Team (REACT) raided the Redwood City home of Jason Chen, a senior editor at gizmodo. Chen is the editor whose video leaked the existence of the next iPhone to the world last week and was in possession of the prototype prior to its return…

New iPhone Discovered

There was a huge amount of buzz in the apple world this weekend after Engadget posted the discovery of what may be the new iPhone that’s been rumored to be released this June. It was found after someone apparently left it behind at a bar near Apple’s Cupertino campus. Gizmodo now has the actual device…