- Chris Nerney: The mysterious case of the missing mobile Web traffic [ITworld]
- 1 in 4 Facebook accounts will be compromised this year [ITworld]
- Duqu spreading via zero-day Windows kernel bug [ITworld]
- HP builds ARM-based prototype server [ITworld]
- Facebook denies vulnerability, then quietly fixes it [ITworld]
- Dan Tynan: How to track who's tracking you across the Web [ITworld]
- Google to reveal why those unsettling ads appear on your Gmail account [ITworld]
- Your iPhone is now a projector [ITworld]
- Flooding displaces millions of Thais, slightly inconveniences people who want to buy hard drives [ITworld]
- Kevin Fogarty: Symantec traces industrial espionage attacks back to China [ITworld]
Plus: Industrial espionage tracked back to ... guess who?
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