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Start-Up BlueStacks Raises Cash to Bring Android Apps to Windows PCs

Microsoft Looks to Mango to Make Windows Phone a Better Communicator

Microsoft Peels Back Details on Windows Phone “Mango”

Revamped Yahoo Mail Peels Off Beta Stamp

Ballmer: Windows Phone Has 500 New Features We’ll Tell You About Tomorrow

Look What Happens When You Drop an iPad 2

HP’s Twynergy App Gleans Patterns From a Stream of Tweets

Livescribe Connects Its Digital Pen With Google Docs, Evernote

Apple Says Working With Foxconn to Explore Cause of China Explosion

Best Buy Still Happy with PlayBook Sales, but Less Upbeat than a Month Ago

Explosion at Foxconn Plant Kills at Least Two, Rattles Apple Shares

Qualcomm Bringing Augmented Reality Software Kit to the iPhone

Angry Birds for Windows Phone Pushed Out to Late June

Google Works to Make Android Less Vulnerable to Wi-Fi Snooping

Why It Took ATT So Long To Allow Side-Loading of Android Apps

FCC Hires a Hesse (But Not Dan) to Oversee Review of ATT-T-Mobile Deal

Most Android Phones Open To Snooping, Report Says

Sony Ericsson’s PlayStation Phone Ready to Hit Verizon, Productivity

Senate Not Done Questioning Apple and Google on Privacy

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The problem with the Billionaire Savior phase of the newspaper collapse has always been that billionaires don’t tend to like the kind of authority-questioning journalism that upsets the status quo.

— Ryan Chittum, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review about the promise of Pierre Omidyar’s new media venture with Glenn Greenwald