- Peter Smith: DVDs and Blu-Rays aren't dead yet [ITworld]
- Why Linux on the desktop is dead [ITworld]
- Google lifts self-imposed penalty on Chrome web site [ITworld]
- 80,000 IBM employees bring their own devices to work [ITworld]
- Brian Proffitt: Embryonic Tizen does great on HTML5 benchmarks [ITworld]
- Eric Bloom: To get a job, you should hunt both online and in person [ITworld
- Why Google is 'right to be paranoid' [ITworld]
- DoJ: AT&T let scammers overrun calling service for the deaf [ITworld]
- Business leaders, not IT, make BI decisions [ITworld]
- Chris Nerney: Steve Jobs' focus helped him succeed, says biographer [ITworld]
And other hopefully controversial statements
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