Google and Verizon Make a Compromise on Net Neutrality
Discussions between Google and Verizon have resulted in a compromise on their proposal for Net Neutrality. In the proposal, the FCC would have the authority to enforce net neutrality principles on broadband providers, but not on the mobile internet. This compromise may have been Verizon's idea, since it would benefit them.
Intel is Getting Into the Smartphone Game
With its dominance in the PC market, Intel is looking to compete with the big dogs in mobile hardware, like Qualcomm and Texas Instruments. Intel is noticeably absent from one of the most lucrative mobile lines - the iPhone and iPad. As a result, they are trying to acquire Infineon's wireless unit in order to start adding 3G, WiFi, and GPS capabilities to Intel chips.
Cloud Music Service Quietly Launched by Apple
Hidden within the release notes of MobileMe iDisk 1.2 is a feature which Apple hasn't publicized, but it's one that people have been long awaiting. This is not iTunes streaming from the cloud per se, instead it's more like Google Docs storage for music. This move was likely made because Google may be preparing to launch a cloud music service of its own (demoed at Google I/O). The announcement may have been quiet because it could lead to legal challenges by record labels.
IPV4 vs IPV6
Here's what you need to know about the IPv4 / IPv6 issue. Link posted by Khachatur Petrosyan.