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Bloomberg Businessweek | Technology Insider: Android Security Threats Surge With Infected 'Angry Birds'

Technology Insider This Week's Top Story Android Security Threats Surge With Infected 'Angry Birds' Google's Android operating system for mobile devices has had an almost sixfold increase in threats such as spyware and viruses since July More Top Stories Google Said to Be Near Universal Music Deal for Song Downloads Google is near an agreement to secure songs from Vivendi's Universal Music Group for its new music service, said a person with knowledge of the situation Huawei to Pay $530 Million for Symantec's Stake in Venture The deal, announced yesterday, will give Huawei full ownership of Huawei Symantec Technologies,a Hong Kong-based venture formed in 2008 to sell security and storage products RIM's New Operating System Will 'Surprise,' Cooperman Says Research In Motion, struggling to stem sales declines amid competition from Apple, gained the support of hedge-fund manag

Bloomberg Businessweek | Technology Insider: Facebook's Zuckerberg Becomes Latest Harvard Dropout to Drop In

Technology Insider Nov 8, 2011 This Week's Top Story Facebook's Zuckerberg Becomes Latest Harvard Dropout to Drop In Getting into Harvard is rewarding; walking away can be even better More Top Stories Zynga Said to Plan Initial Public Offering After Thanksgiving Zynga plans to proceed with its initial public offering after the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday on Nov. 24, according to two people with knowledge of the situation Priceline Sales Forecast Misses Estimates Amid Greek Crisis Priceline.com, the biggest U.S. online travel agency by stock market value, forecast fourth- quarter sales that missed analysts' estimates, citing concern that the debt crisis in Greece will engulf Europe Olympus Says Ex-Chairman Hid Losses Using Acquisition Fees Olympus Corp. said three executives helped conceal decades of losses by paying inflated fees to takeover advisers, the first admission of wrongdoing since ac