- Kevin Fogarty: Ball cam might revolutionize cameras (or just be awesome) [ITworld]
- iPhone 4S going for $2K in China [ITworld]
- Regulators: Public companies need to admit when they've been hacked [ITworld]
- Windows-Skype's a done deal; what's it mean for you? [ITworld]
- Beth Bacheldor: Is Iceland the next data center hotspot? [ITworld]
- Brian Proffitt: LibreOffice goes mobile, gets cloudy [ITworld]
- Is the Mozilla faithful in revolt? [ITworld]
- Bing, Yahoo sponsored results lead to malware [ITworld]
- Google+: Google's future, a 'pathetic afterthought,' or both? [ITworld]
- Chris Nerney: RIM endures week from hell [ITworld]
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