- Are Google and Nokia making bad assumptions about the future of smartphones? (TechRepublic)
- Is Ballmer the right man for Microsoft — for another 10 years? (Computerworld)
- iSuppli: iPhone 3G costs $173 to make (ZDNet)
- 200,000 sites spreading Web malware, China's hosting the most (ZDNet)
- Bursting the Cloud Bubble: 5 Reasons It's Not Just Hype (GigaOm)
- How does Apple get away with this badware behavior? (ZDNet)
- Digital politics: The future is broadband, not Facebook (CNET)
- Why Cisco's new low-carbon diet isn't just a fad (updated) (ZDNet)
- Vint Cerf: Video streaming to give way to downloading (CNET)
- Beware of users addicted to social networking sites (TechRepublic)
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Jason Hiner is Global Editor in Chief of TechRepublic and Global Long Form Editor of ZDNet. He's co-author of the book, Follow the Geeks.