- Peter Smith: YouTube to dip into original content soon? [ITworld]
- Under pressure, wireless carriers agree to alert customers before they run up huge bills [ITworld]
- Brian Proffitt: Apache washes its hands of OpenOffice.org [ITworld]
- Social engineering survey reveals most effective scams [ITworld]
- Kevin Fogarty: Defense Department sued after losing personal data of 4.9 million people [ITworld]
- Eric Bloom: How to motivate developers [ITworld]
- Google almost licensed Java from Sun for a mere $28M [ITworld]
- Chris Nerney: AT&T buying support for merger [ITworld]
- Sean Parker: Facebook would have to 'screw up royally' to lose to Google+ [ITworld]
- Josh Fruhlnger: iCloud syncing in practice [ITworld]
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