- Brian Proffitt: Linux.org to return soon? [ITworld]
- Gov't more concerned with counterfeit products than online piracy [ITworld]
- Millions in parking fees go uncollected thanks to outdated software [ITworld]
- Mayor of Munich very pleased with city's transition to Linux [ITworld]
- Chris Nerney: Red Hat is red hot [ITworld]
- Kevin Fogarty: Computer analysis sucks remaining fun out of baseball [ITworld]
- Half of American households own at least one Apple product [ITworld]
- New iPad battery life matches Apple claims -- but not iPad 2's battery life [ITworld]
- Foxconn to reduce overtime hours; your gadgets will stay cheap [ITworld]
- Obama to pour $200M into Big Data initiatives [ITworld]
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