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Between The Lines Columnist Facebook's Tech-Snarled IPO: What We Know
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Four lawsuits have arisen following Facebook's troubled initial public offering. NASDAQ's trading systems are not the first to suffer IPO day technical woes..

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Expect escalating levels of malware, fake mobile apps, and online scams in the lead-up to this summer's Olympics, warns the Department of Homeland Security.

HP Cuts 27,000 Jobs, Doesn't Fix Identity Problem
A little more guidance on HP's long-term vision would go a long way right now, with customers and investors.

Google's 7-Inch Tablet: $199, Coming In July?
Google's first branded Android tablet may become available as soon as July, sporting a 7-inch display and a pricetag designed to woo buyers away from Kindle Fire and iPad.

Google Beats Oracle Patent Claim
Second major phase of trial ends with a win for Google, but judge must still decide whether APIs qualify for copyright protection.

3 Goals Of White House 'Digital Government' Plan
Federal agencies required to make services available to mobile users within 12 months and to release more government data through Web APIs.

SAP Energizes Its Cloud Strategy
As the Lars Dalgaard era begins, SAP faces a major challenge in sorting out its cloud strategy.

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Q&A: Reid Hoffman, Partner at Greylock, Co-Founder & Executive Chairman of LinkedIn
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