Morning roundup: pick of the comment, December 22 2010

A Net Neutrality timeline: How we got here (GigaOm)
FCC Tuesday voted 3:2 to approve an order that will enshrine the policies of network neutrality — the idea that ISPs can’t hinder or discriminate against lawful content flowing through their pipes — as regulations enforced by the commission, says Stacey Higginbotham.

Was it Google and Verizon or the FCC that just screwed us on mobile net neutrality? (TechCrunch)
Something new has come to light regarding the FFC net neutrality vote. Something that’s very odd. Something that’s quite frankly a little terrifying. MG Siegler brings us the details.

Cloud computing is déjà vu. Or not? (Gartner)
"The more I discuss with clients about cloud computing, the more I find that there is really little new," says Andrea Di Maio.

The iPad versus the Samsung Galaxy Tab: decisions, decisions (CBR Rolling Blog)
As the Samsung Galaxy Tab cruises past the million devices sold mark there are early signs the iPad may be losing its luster, says Jason Stamper.

Mark Zuckerberg’s philanthropy is reason enough to applaud him (The Guardian)
I don’t care why the Facebook CEO is donating the $100m that will make a profound difference to the lives of Newark’s children, argues Arianna Huffington.

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