RealClearTechnology Morning Edition

The War for Control of Facebook - Dan Goodin, Ars Technica
The Key to the Electric Car Is in Your Pocket - Katie Fehrenbacher, GigaOm
Beat By Dre: How Monster Lost the World - Sam Biddle, Gizmodo
Hunting Fugitives With Facebook and Drones - Chris Welch, The Verge
Where Apple and Dick Tracy May Converge - Nick Bilton, Bits Blog
Apple and Microsoft Summonsed to Australia - Mark Serrels, Kotaku
Firefox OS: It's Not About Android or iPhone - Sergi Mansilla
Did Google Give a Murderer Bad Directions? - Chris Matyszczyk, CNET
Facebook Makes You Feel Bad About Yourself - Alexandra Sifferlin, Time
MS Excel and the Financial Meltdown - James Kwak, Baseline Scenario
Paying Hackers to Hack Your Website Pays Off - Emil Protalinski, TNW
Dealing with the Shortcomings of Steve Jobs - Seth Weintraub, 9 to 5 Mac

RealClearTechnology Afternoon Edition

Is Samsung As Cool As Apple? - Brian Chen, New York Times
Your TV Has a Communication Problem - Casey Johnston, Ars Technica
Should Apple Make a Larger iPhone? - Ben Bajarin, Tech.pinions
Why Google's Cloud Is a Pandora's Box - Andre Mouton, USA Today
The Everyday Agony of the Password - Rich Mogull, Macworld
Five Ways Tech Can Save the Post Office - Shaunacy Ferro, Popular Science
Facebook Won't Die But Won't Win, Either - Kevin Kelleher, Pando Daily
Fitness Tech vs. Stuffing Your Face - Chris Hollindale, The Kernel
Why Aren't Consumers Hot on Windows 8? - Tim Bajarin, IT Pro Portal
A Golden Age of Mac Design - Ian Osborne, TechRadar