- Chris Nerney: Yahoo talks with Alibaba collapse; shares plummet [ITworld]
- NewNet bets on WiMax business abandoned by Motorola [ITworld]
- HP's first ARM servers available soon [ITworld]
- 5 percent of techies would trade their spouse for a telecommute [ITworld]
- Dan Tynan: Who's tracking the Web trackers? [ITworld]
- Cisco predicts mobile data use will increase 18-fold by 2016 [ITworld]
- FBI's social media monitoring won't violate your rights, says FBI [ITworld]
- BitTorrent creator aims to kill TV as we know it [ITworld]
- Peter Smith: Is Sony's Vita OS the basis of a future smartphone? [ITworld]
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