- U.S. patent authorities harming Oracle's Android case against Google [ITworld]
- Dell boards the ultrabook bandwagon [ITworld]
- T-Mobile aims to roll out cheap LTE [ITworld]
- The Tesla battery brick story: Truth or FUD? [ITworld]
- Chris Nerney: Fun facts about the Internet porn biz [ITworld]
- Brian Proffitt: Dodgy astrology company gives up attempts to own time zone data [ITworld]
- EU pushes for high-efficiency data center specs [ITworld]
- Zettaset to offer role-based access control for Hadoop [ITworld]
- Want to use Flash on Linux? Use Chrome as your browser [ITworld]
- Dan Tynan: White House's privacy bill of rights is just a start [ITworld]
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