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first_imgGoogle, GE & Others Prototype Wireless Mote to Connect Any Device to Smart GridThe Internet IS a Series of Tubes: Real-Time Mapping of the London UndergroundMore Internet of Things coverageCheck Out The ReadWriteWeb iPhone App We recently launched the official ReadWriteWeb iPhone app. As well as enabling you to read ReadWriteWeb while on the go or lying on the couch, we’ve made it easy to share ReadWriteWeb posts directly from your iPhone, on Twitter and Facebook. You can also follow the RWW team on Twitter, directly from the app. We invite you to download it now from iTunes. Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Is Venture Capital Broken?Posterous and Ambition: A Lesson for Startups?Delicious Founder, AOL Exec Launch Hacker AngelsReadWriteCloud Our channel ReadWriteCloud, sponsored by VMware and Intel, is dedicated to Virtualization and Cloud Computing. Oxygen: A Desktop Network Connected to the CloudArchitects of Amazon Web Services Launch Nimbula, Promise an OS for the CloudWeekly Poll: Is Salesforce.com Chatter Really That Unique? Does it Matter?ReadWriteEnterprise Our channel ReadWriteEnterprise is devoted to ‘enterprise 2.0’ and using social software inside organizations. This week’s news was all about the new iPhone, but our top story was about something completely different: Java, and whether or not you need it. We also continued our exploration of the significant Internet trends of 2010: The Internet of Things really is a series of tubes; augmented reality may save the planet; and we mapped the oil spill using the real-time Web. Read on for more.Top Stories of the Week Antivirus Product Testing is Changing, Whether Vendors Like it or Not3 Up-and-Coming Collaboration SuitesGoogle Apps Now Supports Multiple DomainsEnjoy your weekend everyone.Subscribe to Weekly Wrap-upYou can subscribe to the Weekly Wrap-up by RSS or by email below.RWW Weekly Wrap-up Email Subscription form: ReadWrite Sponsors ReadWriteStart Our channel ReadWriteStart, sponsored by Microsoft BizSpark, is dedicated to profiling startups and entrepreneurs.center_img Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Tags:#web#Weekly Wrap-ups 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Who Needs Java? Probably Not YouHow to Jailbreak iOS 4.0 for iPhone 3GJailbreaking iOS 4.0? How To Keep a Jailbreak For iPhone 3G or 3GSOpenDNS Launches FamilyShield, Free Parental Controls Service for WebNew iPhone Software Arrives Today – Can You Run it?More coverage and analysis from ReadWriteWebReal-Time WebHow Twitter Annotations Could Bring the Real-Time and Semantic Web TogetherOnline Language Learning Company Babbel Adds Voice Recognition ToolMapping the Oil Spill in Real TimeMore Real-Time Web coverage. Don’t miss the next wave of opportunity on the Web supported by real-time technology! Get ReadWriteWeb’s report, The Real-Time Web and its Future.Augmented RealityCan Augmented Reality Help Save the Planet?More Augmented Reality coverageAugmented Reality for Marketers and Developers: Our Newest Research Report We’re pleased to announce ReadWriteWeb’s latest premium report, Augmented Reality for Marketers and Developers: Analysis of the Leaders, the Challenges and the Future. This report will help you develop a sophisticated understanding of Augmented Reality (AR), the mobile and Web technology that places data on top of a user’s view of the physical world. The research included will help you decrease your AR development time to market by learning from the first wave of early adopters. AR offers a new marketing and product paradigm for a high impact, high value customer experience. More than 1,000 AR campaigns were kicked-off last year and we expect to see many more in 2010. In this report, we profile key AR development companies, their campaigns as well as development lessons learned. For more information or to buy the report, visit here.Mobile WebiPhone 4: Your Burning Questions AnsweredGoogle Activates Android “Kill Switch,” Zaps Useless AppsDevelopers Betting on Android for Long-Term Success, Says SurveyyMore Mobile Web coverageInternet of Thingslast_img

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