Microsoft invalidates several site certificates that were being spoofed by the Flame virus, Computerworld reports.
Sanctions didn't keep MTN Irancell, a joint venture between MTN Group Ltd of South Africa and an Iranian government-controlled consortium, from getting banned computer equipment from Sun Microsystems, Hewlett Packard and Cisco Systems, Reuters reports.
Mac watchers say the new mobile operation system iOS 6 will offer full integration with Facebook, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Advertising trade groups are a little cranky about Microsoft's decision to release the Internet Explorer with "do-not-track" as a default setting, Information Week reports.
PCMag.com reports on preparations for IPv6 day, coming June 6.
The New York Times takes a look at the trend in Big Data, and how it might move from a buzzword to a viable industry.
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