What slipped between the cracks 2/22-2/28
February’s coming to a close and we’re now on the brink of March (and very close to Spring Break for me). Here’s what happened during February’s dying breath:
Some of those features the iPad is missing, like the front-facing camera, might turn up in future iPads (which would be a smart move).
On Wednesday, Foursquare’s first TV promo was spotted on Bravo. It was less a commercial and more the Bravo TV voice just talking about Foursquare. I would be interested to see an actual commercial, like Google’s Super Bowl ad.
Palm has announced that its quarter revenues will be well below what they originally projected. They blame “‘slower than expected consumer adoption’ of its products.”
Google has been under fire this week after an Italian judge found three executives guilty of violating privacy law when children who bullied an autistic child filmed it and then posted it to Google (in the U.S. a judge dismissed a similar privacy suit). Then, European regulators are making changes to what can be allowed with Google’s Street View.
Lastly, a Windows Phone 7 video has been revealed.