Every day, the Fortune staff spends hours poring over tech stories, posts, and reviews from all over the Web to keep tabs on the companies that matter. We've assembled the day's most newsworthy bits below.
"Almost every single app I have is better on the iPhone."
-- Steve Wozniak (engadget via ITProPortal)
- MySpace and Facebook announced "Mashup with Facebook," a product that lets MySpace users with Facebook accounts port their FB interests and likes into their MySpace profiles allowing for more personalized media streams. (Fortune)
- Though sales during Dell's third quarter missed analyst expectations ($15.4 billion compared to the predicted $15.8 billion), net income rose to $822 million, a 144% jump from the same time last year. (CNNMoney)
- TJ Maxx is selling the 16 GB WiFi iPad for $399, a whole $100 less than Apple's asking price. Get 'em while you can, holiday shoppers! (9 to 5 Mac)
- Nissan clarified a recent statement regarding the new Leaf, stating it will be able to make -- not sell -- 500,000 vehicles by 2013. (Fortune)
- Cablevision Systems is exploring the possibility of spinning of its Rainbow Media Holdings business to stockholders, which would happen by mid-2011. (RTTNews) More
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