- Peter Smith: Will we see an Xbox Lite? [ITworld]
- Android apps can now run on Windows, for some reason [ITworld]
- Lenovo launches a business-focused app store for its Android tablets [ITworld]
- Companies need to build collaboration tools [ITworld]
- Brian Proffitt: Which Linux is hottest? [ITworld]
- Dan Tynan: FTC's privacy recommendations are too little, too late [ITworld]
- Devs buy up all Google I/O tickets in record time [ITworld]
- EU parliament poised to act on ACTA [ITworld]
- Programmers often don't read the books they recommend [ITworld]
- Chris Nerney: Every major US company has been hacked by China [ITworld]
Also: Scalpers make mint off Google I/O tix
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