- Report: Chinese hackers targeting Google, Intel [ITworld]
- Josh Fruhlinger: Meet the strange bedfellows who could stop SOPA [ITworld]
- Seattle hospital switches to virtual clients [ITworld]
- Chris Nerney: Facebook no longer the best place to work [ITworld]
- Microsoft Office 365 updated for better regulatory compliance [ITworld]
- Kevin Fogarty: Iran plans to take captured drone for a spin [ITworld]
- New Chrome fixes flaws big and medium-sized [ITworld]
- Kevin Purdy: The Android Market after the 10-cent rush [ITworld]
- T-Mobile scores first U.S. Nokia Windows Phone [ITworld]
- Brian Proffitt: Open source is not a dumping ground [ITworld]
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