- Chris Nerney: Is LinkedIn takeover bait? [ITworld]
- Large stretches of Western U.S. bereft of mobile broadband [ITworld]
- Windows on ARM: What we know [ITworld]
- Black Google drop-down menu already on the way out [ITworld]
- Kevin Purdy: Chrome for Android is another nail in mobile Flash's coffin [ITworld]
- Peter Smith: Playstation Vita runs into gamers' Sony-hate [ITworld]
- Even Cisco can't resist the bring-your-own-device wave [ITworld]
- Eolas fails in attempt to claim patent rights to the entire Internet [ITworld]
- NTT DoCoMo to launch lab to fight Android fragmentation [ITworld]
- Kevin Fogarty: Anonymous defeats the CIA, or at least the CIA's website [ITworld]
Plus: Who wants to buy LinkedIn?
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