Here are the top new stories of the day.
- The follow up to Angry Birds (Bad Piggies) - is on its way out soon. Rovio will launch the game September 27th (probably to great acclaim). I would expect that a huge number of people will purchase this game. Via Engadget, more here.
- An analysis of 4K TV (and while you'll care) - over at The Verge, there is a great piece of how much better 4K TV is than 3D TV. I have said for years that 3D TV is a joke, but this is a great look at how 4K will change things. More here.
- Interested in BYOD??? - CIO Magazine has published the 8 things CIOs need to know about BYOD ebook. Via Enterprise Mobile Hub, more here.
- One Million Apple device IDs with personal information allegedly stolen from FBI laptop - hackers have reported that they put 1,000,0001 iPhone and iPad identification numbers online in a Pastebin file. If true, it calls to question some iOS security, as well as wondering what the FBI was doing with this information. Via The Verge, more here.
- Galaxy SIII passes iPhone 4S as top selling US Smartphone - In the past four months, the Samsung Galaxy SIII has done the unimaginable, outsold the iPhone 4S. It's fair to assume 4S sales have dropped lately because of iPhone 5 hype, but this is still impressive. Via Apple Insider, more here.
- Amazon Inks Deal to Double its Instant Movie Selection - Amazon has signed a deal with Epix, who partners with many major movie studios. It will double the amount of movies that Amazon offers. Via Mashable, more here.
- White House relaunches mobile apps - the White House has announced new and improved versions of its mobile applications. It will offer this new app as the DNC gets underway. Via The Verge, more here.