- Kevin Fogarty: Everyone hates cloud computing, will adopt it anyway [ITworld]
- Firefox users urged to disable security plug-in [ITworld]
- Poor Steve Ballmer barely making ends meet [ITworld]
- Use coffee-shop Wi-Fi? Prepare to be sued [ITworld]
- Oracle x86 honcho scrambles to explain Ellison's contempt for x86 servers [ITworld]
- Brian Proffitt: Firefox's add-on compatibility problem [ITworld]
- Apple unleashes iPhone 4S [ITworld]
- Beth Bacheldor: Old-school security, new-school data centers [ITworld]
- New iPhone includes 'intelligent' assistant [ITworld]
- Chris Nerney: Psych! No iPhone 5 for you [ITworld]
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