- Peter Smith: HBO, Warner Brothers tighten control of content [ITworld]
- Casio develops technique to send data visually [ITworld]
- Rockchip aims for Android 4.0 tablets under $100 [ITworld]
- Kevin Fogarty: RIAA calls teenage song pirates a national security threat [ITworld]
- Majority of stolen Facebook credentials were 'out of date' [ITworld]
- Survey: Bring your own device policies increase risk [ITworld]
- Swedish Pirate Party leader calls copyright "ridiculous" [ITworld]
- New Samsung TVs connect to Android phones [ITworld]
- Mobile fragmentation driving HTML 5 adoption [ITworld]
- Kevin Purdy: Silence your phone's ringing (except when it's someone important) [ITworld]
Also: Tweak your phone ringin'
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