Good morning! Here are some of today’s top tech links so far. We’ll cover a few of these throughout the day but feel free to get a head start.
iPad 2: also comes in white?
Will the iPad 2—expected this Wednesday—also come in white? Either that, or aftermarket accessory makers may already be building white bezels.
Gmail accidentally resetting accounts, years of correspondence vanish into the cloud?
A handful of Gmail users (less than one percent) reported a mass deletion of e-mails and contacts over the weekend. Google has located the problem and will be restoring access to affected users “in the near future.”
BlackBerry PlayBook will support Android apps, RIM rep proclaims
Link: Boy Genius Report
While rumors of BlackBerry devices being able to run Android apps have been growing, a video that surfaced from the recent Mobile World Congress conference captures an actual BlackBerry rep saying that the PlayBook tablet will eventually support Android apps.
JPMorgan fund eyes 10% stake in Twitter
Link: Financial Times
For all you business types out there, rumor has it that JPMorgan may be looking to dump $450 million into Twitter. That’s reportedly a 10% slice, which would value the service at $4.5 billion.
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