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FOSS Patents 7:13 AM
"The Oracle vs. Google trial: updates, analysis, testimony, and more"
The Verge 7:38 PM
"Oracle's New Suite Set To Boost Stock Higher"
Seeking Alpha 8:13 AM
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CNET News 7:21 AM
"Cisco unapologetic on spin-in model: By any means possible is the rationale for plundering morale"
Network World 4/21
"Linux creator named laureate for the 2012 Millennium Technology Prize"
The Verge 6:34 PM
"Hurt ex gets six months for posting girl's nude pics on Facebook: Sometimes people get hurt after a break-up. But an Australian man learns that it's not such a good way of showing the hurt if you post nude pics of your ex on Facebook."
CNET News 2:05 PM
"Gmail Meter indulges your inner statistician"
The Verge 2:00 PM
"Chinese human rights website and host threatened by DDoS attacks"
Ars Technica 12:25 PM
"Earth Day Google Doodle Is A Flowery Celebration: Google also created a Web site dedicated to Earth Day activities"
WebProNews 8:08 AM
"New Asteroid Mining Company Will Add Trillions of Dollars to World's Economy"
Gizmodo 7:36 AM
"Instagram bans content and hashtags promoting self-harm"
The Verge 7:30 AM
"Pixel Qi: our new screen better, lower-power than new iPad"
"Facebook Clarifies, Explains, Confuses..with New SRR"
Social Barrel 4/21
"William Shatner Takes His Millionth Twitter Follower Out To Dinner [Video]"
Yahoo! News 4/21
"Verizon Galaxy Nexus likely to drop to $199.99 on-contract this Monday"
The Verge 4/21
"Are zombies sucking the life out of your data center?"
"The BYOD era may be ending already"
"The most mortifying moments in IT security history: From Lockheed Martin and HBGary Federal to the U.S. government and Cornell University, no one is immune to humiliating security glitches" [Slideshow]
Network World 4/20
"Share of Canadians who want a BlackBerry slips dramatically in survey"
The Globe and Mail 4/20
"Diablo III goes open beta this weekend"
TG Daily 4/20
"Diablo 3 Beta Open to Everyone This Weekend Only"
"NAND flash prices continue to fall"
"Apple vs. Google vs. Microsoft: Battle for digital supremacy"
"Samsung Outsold Apple In Smartphones In Q1, Analyst Says"
"A Devastating Blow in the 3-D Printing War?" [Video Report]
The Motley Fool 4/20
"Why men like social-media site Pinterest"
"Surprise! Walmart's Cloud Movie Service Is Pretty Good!"
"Law Must Be With Google in Java Dispute"
"Larry Page And Eric Schmidt Have Funded A New Company To Mine Asteroids"
Business Insider 4/20
"A Quixotic Quest to Mine Asteroids: A new company backed by two Google Inc. billionaires, film director James Cameron and other space exploration proponents is aiming high in the hunt for natural resources—with mining asteroids the possible target."
"China's ZTE aims to reverse handset profit margin decline"
"Motorola CEO pay package rose to $47 million in 2011"
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