- Irfan Khan: Birthplace of the Web pushes big data limits [ITworld]
- Most popular HTTPS websites are insecure [ITworld]
- iPads make up 97 percent of the enterprise tablet market [ITworld]
- BlackBerry 10 phones to finally arrive in October [ITworld]
- Peter Smith: More music (and more ads) coming to the Xbox [ITworld]
- Chris Nerney: Failed merger candidate AT&T loves mobile competition now [ITworld]
- Tim Cook trash-talks total PC-tablet convergence [ITworld]
- IT in India cautious about BYOD [ITworld]
- Privacy advocates slam Google Drive [ITworld]
- Kevin Fogarty: Apple to soon have Microsoft's security problems from 2002 [ITworld]
Plus: OS X 2012 = XP 2002, security-wise?
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