FSJ Weekend Update 2.0

We read the blogs, so you don’t have to. From the FSJ News Center: Huffington Post’s looking for tech’s top game-changers. The iPhone isn’t a game-changer in China…yet.  Founders of Skype assembling the team for a new start-up. Social media goes corporate. DVD price war heats up online, just in time for the holidays.
Scoble bought a Droid, and in case you weren’t aware, he was first in the Valley to get an iPhone. So there. (Twitter)

Whoops, another Scoble update.  Maybe the Droid isn’t all that, after all.  Hmmm.  (Twitter)

Vote for the top game-changers in the world of tech. Jon Ive is on there…even Arrington.  You might be surprised who isn’t on there.  Guess “CEO Of The Decade” doesn’t ring a bell with Arianna.  (Huffington Post)

Speaking of Jon Ive, check out his secret tech bunker.  (Gizmodo)

How much would you pay to see your future? (Chicago Cubs fans probably wouldn’t pay too much.)  (CNET News)

You’ve heard of Skype. What about Rdio? And no, that’s not a typo.  (TechCrunch)

The corporate world slowly tries to figure out where social media fits in their plans. (SF Gate)

Wal-Mart playing for keeps in online DVD price war.  (Delaware Online)

Forbes reports on how the China iPhone launch has been, well, underwhelming.  (Forbes)

Rejected iPhone app piques Google’s interest. (TechCrunch)