- Peter Smith: HBO Go coming to your XBox [ITworld]
- FCC chair: Cut rural phone subsidies, build broadband [ITworld]
- Sprint urges iPhone customers to use all the data they want [ITworld]
- Feds considering single unified cybersecurity compliance standard [ITworld]
- Blogs now giving orders to Android malware [ITworld]
- Brian Proffitt: Rackspace to spin OpenStack off into a nonprofit [ITworld]
- SpyEye trojan routes bank info to hackers' phones [ITworld]
- Samsung says its Galaxy S II beats the iPhone 4S [ITworld]
- Attention-seeking anti-gay protestors to protest Jobs funeral [ITworld]
- Kevin Fogarty: Mourning Steve Jobs' potential [ITworld]
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