- Dan Tynan: Is anyone on Twitter real? [ITworld]
- Consultant hacked into computers to steal financial info, nude pics [ITworld]
- AT&T/T-Mobile merger: Not dead yet [ITworld]
- Lenovo delivers $199 Android tablet [ITworld]
- Windows Phone 7 Mango hits stores; will anyone care? [ITworld]
- Chris Nerney: Sony Ericsson not worried about Google-Motorola tie-up [ITworld]
- Yet another iPhone prototype lost at bar [ITworld]
- Facebook to offer weird mishmosh of music services [ITworld]
- Lenovo "Ultrabook" thinner, more expensive than Macbook Air [ITworld]
- Judge overturns Oracle victory over SAP, Ellison no doubt infuriated [ITworld]
Plus: Everyone on Twitter's a fake! Well, most everyone.
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