June 24, 2010 – Today’s most interesting stories in technology, media and entertainment:
Google (YouTube) Beats Viacom Suit: Viacom’s three-year-old, $1 Billion lawsuit against YouTube hit a snag yesterday. The judge ruled that YouTube is protected under the “safe harbor” provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, because it instantly responded to Viacom’s requests to take down unlicensed content. This is a huge win for online services companies like Facebook, MySpace, and Yahoo! But the fight is far from over. Viacom is going to appeal.
No White iPhone 4 For You: If you are looking to buy a white iPhone 4 next week? Tough luck. Due to a manufacturing issue, Apple will not have the white iPhone 4 available until mid-July. I ordered mine in black, you know, black goes with everything.
Moto and Verizon are rolling out their latest attempt at an iPhone killer. Called the Droid X, the new Android-powered app phone will have flash, a huge touch screen and act as a WiFi hotspot. You can get yours on July 15th.
Today’s Video — Shelly gets “Lucky” and Wendy Diamond too
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