- Dan Tynan: The eazy way to protect your privacy [ITworld]
- Google profit soars, but cost per click in ads drop [ITworld]
- Oracle releases deluge of security patches [ITworld]
- Grab your popcorn! Oracle-Google trial starts Monday [ITworld]
- Brian Proffitt: Big names to bankroll OpenStack [ITworld]
- Kevin Fogarty: LulzSec stool pigeon misses court date [ITworld]
- Port your COBOL apps to the cloud? Sure, why not [ITworld]
- Mac users suddenly realize they should probably have security software [ITworld]
- Intel promises $700 ultrabooks by fall [ITworld]
- Peter Smith: Verizon rewards loyal customers by screwing them over [ITworld]
Plus: Mac security smugness finally cracks
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