We've looked across the web and found today's Five, Most Interesting Headlines in Tech.
Apple releases a killer new phone, but investors seem to be unimpressed. As Apple rolls in new tech, Microsoft officially pronounces the Zune dead. At the same time, announces a quest to return to the coolness Hotmail once had. Finally, Hacker Group Anonymous aims to take down the NYSE not-so-popular website. All that after the break.
Apple unveils the faster iPhone 4S - CNN
Cupertino, California (CNN) - Apple on Tuesday unveiled the iPhone 4S, a faster version of its best-selling smartphone that includes a virtual "personal assistant" you can talk to.
Apple Unveils iPhone 4S With Souped Up Features - CNBC
Apple took the wraps off a new iPhone Tuesday, but may have left some fans wishing for more than an updated version of last year's smartphone.
Microsoft: Zune hardware dead, apps still alive - LA Times
Microsoft's Zune was never much of a contender against Apple's iPod as far as portable music players go, and now, finally, the Zune hardware is dead.
Microsoft tries to make Hotmail cool again with overhaul - Computer World
Computerworld - Microsoft is trying to overhaul Hotmail in an attempt to make Hotmail's free email service cool again.
A Tree Falls In The Forest: Anonymous Threatens To "Erase" NYSE From Internet - Forbes
In two YouTube videos yesterday, online activist group Anonymous addressed media and followers with a call to arms against the New York Stock Exchange. Citing the recent Occupy Wall Street protests, the videos set a date of October 10th for an online attack on the NYSE. "We choose to declare our war against the New York Stock Exchange," says a computerized voice in the first video, addressed to the media. "We will show the world that we are true to our word. On October 10th, NYSE shall be erased from the Internet. On October 10th, expect a day that will never, ever, be forgotten."