Good morning. Newsy:
- Amazon is releasing a new wi-fi only Kindle for $139, and it is refreshing the look of its 3G Kindle, which costs $189. Both are available at the end of August.
- DST, which has stakes in Groupon, Zynga, and Facebook, has picked Goldman Sachs for its IPO. No word on the timing of the IPO.
- Nintendo had a net loss of $288 million last quarter thanks to a strong yen.
- An Android wallpaper app that was downloaded by millions collected people’s personal information and sent it to China.
- Apple is letting developers advertise with iAds at a rate cheaper than what major brands paid.
- Facebook finally released its Q&A product.
- Walt Mossberg re-reviewed the iPhone 4 after weeks of real world use. Guess what? He still loves it except for AT&T.
- Millennial Media, the biggest mobile ad network, isn’t against an acquisition, but wants to IPO in the next few years.
- Google and the CIA are backing a company called Recorded Future, which tracks the web in real time to predict the future.
- After giving the New York Times the Afghanistan war logs, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has soured on the paper, calling it “pusillanimous” and “unprofessional.”