- Kevin Fogarty: 'Server huggers' really just clinging to their jobs [ITworld]
- Carrier IQ's own marketing material implies spying [ITworld]
- Eight companies hit with Carrier IQ lawsuits [ITworld]
- RSA got hacked because it neglected to activate a WinXP security feature [ITworld]
- Sub-$100 Android 1.0 tablet surfaces [ITworld]
- Brian Proffitt: The revenge of the operating system [ITworld]
- Senator wants 'protections' for Americans in new green card bill [ITworld]
- Yahoo bracing for employee exodus? [ITworld]
- Does outsourcing to India really save money? [ITworld]
- Chris Nerney: Apple will helpfully tell you how to avoid infringing its patents [ITworld]
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