- Dan Tynan: How your non-personal personal data gets tracked [ITworld]
- Dell putting merger acquisitions to work [ITworld]
- WineHQ compromised [ITworld]
- Internet legend Vint Cerf gets freaked out when he's tagged on Facebook [ITworld]
- Microsoft making yet more money from Android patents [ITworld]
- Brian Proffitt: IBM putting the nails in OpenOffice.org's coffin? [ITworld]
- Ubuntu 11.10 arrives with new silly name [ITworld]
- California teachers union fights online courses [ITworld]
- BlackBerry service is back; nobody knows why it was gone [ITworld]
- Chris Nerney: Tim Armstrong bafflingly determined to make doomed Yahoo-AOL merger happen [ITworld]
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