- Nobody wants to maintain servers from the Megaupload case [ITworld]
- Irfan Khan: SAP taking on Oracle with HANA initiative [ITworld]
- Chris Nerney: Is Big Brother watching IT? [ITworld]
- Kevin Fogarty: U.S. soldiers make get contact lends heads-up display [ITworld]
- Firefox working on click-to-play feature [ITworld]
- Does more technology equal fewer jobs? [ITworld]
- Keith Shaw: 'Failure means video death' in arcades in 1982 [ITworld
- Windows Phone app submission overwhelming app store infrastructure [ITworld]
- Kevin Purdy: 'You can't break anything' is the iPad's secret [ITworld]
- Android phones still lose to BlackBerry on security [ITworld]
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