Morning roundup: pick of the comment, February 03 2011

Tibco joins the enterprise social software game with Tibbr (MWD Advisors)
Angela Ashenden casts her eye over Tibco’s entry in to the enterprise social networking game, and what separates it from other similar products.

Letter from Lotusphere 2011 (Gartner)
Lotusphere 2011 is in full force and the faithful have returned to Orlando. With so many of the attendees sporting the black and yellow backpacks handed out at registration, the buffet lines resemble a swarm of bees in a hive. Craig Roth offers his verdict.

Hands-on with The Daily (sure doesn’t feel like the future of the newspaper) (ReadWriteWeb)
The launch event for Rupert Murdoch’s new iPad-only newspaper The Daily was full of rhetoric about the future of journalism, heralding the app as a "this changes everything" sort of moment. But having had a chance to download and read today’s inaugural issue, it doesn’t seem that the user experience matches the rhetoric, says Audrey Watters.

Unreleased Apple iPad spotted at News Corp event (Reuters)
A Reuters eyewitness saw what appeared to be a working model of the next iPad with a front-facing camera at the top edge of the glass screen at a press conference to mark the debut of News Corp’s Daily online paper in New York on Wednesday. Read all about it here.

Feb 11: Stephen Elop’s Nokia revolution; what we should expect? (Scobleizer)
Robert Scoble is hearing from a few of his sources that Nokia is readying a major restructuring that will be announced to the company on Feb. 11th. What can we expect.

Type: White Paper


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