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Between The Lines Columnist HP's Identity Crisis Continues
By Art Wittmann
HP's problems go much deeper than poor sales in core businesses and some alleged accounting mischief by Autonomy.

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Google recently pushed Android 4.2 Jelly Bean to the Nexus 7 and other devices. Here's a first look at the newest version of Android on Google's 7-inch tablet.

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Website defacing and Anonymous DDoS campaign pale next to ongoing cyberattacks apparently launched from Iran and Palestine, security experts say.

Petraeus Affair: 7 Privacy Techniques To Avoid Trouble
A number of off-the-shelf technologies can help keep online communications private -- but beware the limits.

Intel's Next CEO Must End Mobile Neglect
Intel built an unbeatable infrastructure for PC and server chips -- which gives it zero advantage in meeting fundamentally different requirements for mobile chip design.

Joyent Gets New CEO, Preps Cloud Tools
Henry Wasik joins Joyent from Dell, where he lead networking unit; cloud software gets upgrade in early 2013.

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