- Brian Proffitt: Is Canonical in ISV trouble? [ITworld]
- Security trade groups face off against civil libertarians over data sharing [ITworld]
- Malware could read Android keystrokes via motion detection [ITworld]
- German court orders YouTube to act as copyright cop [ITworld]
- Chris Nerney: RIM, Nokia in free-fall [ITworld]
- Kevin Fogarty: NASA needs your help hunting killer asteroids [ITworld]
- People are spending money on Windows, still! [ITworld]
- Apple, Samsung still locked in German patent death struggle [ITworld]
- Windows 8 to embrace BYOD revolution [ITworld]
- Kevin Purdy: Taking a smartphone screenshot can be harder than you'd think [ITworld]
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