ComputerWorld: This morning's IT Blogwatch rounded up the latest blog chatter about Microsoft's decision to can KIN, its latest not-quite-a-smart-phone project. Redmond killed it not two months after its launch, tossing away countless sunk dollars of now-useless investment. (KIN was the child of the Danger acquisition -- you know, the company that brought us the once-innovative Sidekick.)
WMPU: Microsoft has quietly updated its KIN phone software with minor functional changes to Twitter. No official changelog or acknowledgement has been provided by Microsoft at this time.
Engadget: We guess this doesn't come as a surprise to anyone, but we have confirmation directly from Verizon this morning that it will no longer offer the Kin One or Two.
Pocketnow: There's a rumor being perpetuated by Daring Fireball that Microsoft only sold 503 KIN devices. Many other sites are picking up this posting as though it were true.