Welcome back from the weekend! If you don't have some stories to tell around the water cooler today, here are some that are bound to raise a few eyebrows.
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In this week's Technolatte podcast, we give you an Australian look at the iPhone 5 announcement, bring you all the coverage from Tech.Ed 2012, and look at fixing holes in iTunes.
As the world moves on from the latest iPhone announcement, there was news about Intel, Klout, YouTube and Windows Server 2012.
GoDaddy has claimed it wasn't attacked by Anonymous, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was frank on what's hurting the social network, and Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff revealed his thoughts on a range of issues.
There's still a fair way to go for the rest of the week. Let's get you there with a roundup of the biggest stories that hit overnight.
To catch you up on the weekend news, we've got Intel's Q3 revenue projections, Ubuntu 12.10, plans to speed up UK broadband roll-outs, and Android tablets catching up on iPads.
On this week's Technolatte podcast, we look at the High Court's rejection of the Optus TV Now appeal, Apple's alleged UDID leak from the FBI, and bank outages on the rise.
Samsung is being probed by South Korean antitrust authorities for abusing its dominant market position, after complaints by Apple, and CIOs apparently lack the confidence to be business leaders.
Apple denies giving unique iPhone and iPad identifiers to FBI, and BitTorrent pirates need to watch their backs.
India's Department of Telecommunications prevent foreigners from getting SIM cards that last more than three months, and Microsoft's alliance with Intel may be on a decline.
Lenovo has praised Microsoft's Surface tablet, and did you hear that one of the Pirate Bay's founders has been arrested in Cambodia?
Did you bring your coat? You may need it, as you wait in the cold for the warmth of the next Kindle Fire, or the possibility that the next iPhone may be delayed.
Catch up on the latest Aussie tech news about tracking stolen iPads, Java vulnerabilities, the Apple and Samsung verdict and changes to the NZ patent laws on this week's Technolatte podcast.
Overnight, we saw a case of an inside man getting caught, the US Government recommending its own BYOD guidelines and Amazon potentially gearing up to announce the next Kindle Fire.
More gadgets are coming your way and some of them will have Windows 8 on them. But that's if you've still got a job, considering VMware thinks virtualising quite a few datacentre roles is the way forward.