- Chris Nerney: Freakish Aussies developing non-Facebook pastimes [ITworld]
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- Kevin Fogarty: Tiny flying robots now cheap as well as terrifying [ITworld]
- Brian Proffitt: Debian charts its own course on software patents [ITworld]
- 76 Mbps mobile data arrives in Japan [ITworld]
- Windows Phone app sales will show up on your phone bill [ITworld]
- Samsung to spin off its display business [ITworld]
- Kevin Purdy: Can you run Android without Google? [ITworld]
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