RealClearTechnology Morning Edition

U.S. Ready to Strike Back Against China's Hacking - Lolita Baldor, AP
Has Apple Lost Its Cool? - John Abell, CNN
How Microsoft Will Change Forever & Thrive - Serdar Yegulalp, InfoWorld
Imagining a Corporate Cyber War - Matt Baxter-Reynolds, ZDNet
Will Apple Envy Wreck Samsung? - Mike Elgan, Computerworld
Why Doesn't Anybody Copy Apple? - Horace Dediu, Asymco
HTC Bets Firm on Two Daring Phone Features - Dieter Bohn, The Verge
Is Vinyl Making a Come Back? - Ian White, Digital Trends
Six Technologies Every Car Needs - Antuan Goodwin, CNET
Don't Fear a Touch Screen MacBook - John Moltz, Macworld
Ubuntu's Developer Takes On Mobile - Ashlee Vance, Bloomberg BW
A Social Network That Really "Gets" You - Erika Fry, Fortune

RealClearTechnology Afternoon Edition Is Near Perfect - John Dvorak, PC Magazine
Anyone Notice Yahoo's New Front Page? - Mat Honan, Wired
Sony: Go All-In with Cloud Games - Dan Ackerman, CNET
100GbPS and Beyond: The Data Center of Tomorrow - David Strom, Ars
Surface Sales Are Meh. Ballmer Says Meh - Jared Newman, PC World
How ARM Can Finally Compete with Intel - Nick Heath, ZDNet
How to Buy Google Glass - Matt Burns, TechCrunch
Mobile Growth Is About to Be Staggering - Kevin Kelleher, Fortune
Who Needs Plugins Anyway? - Tom Davenport, MIT Technology Review
Turning Your Mind into Matter, 3D-Style - Ashlee Vance, Bloomberg BW

RealClearTechnology Reviews, Tips & How Tos

Hands-on with the HTC One - Casey Johnston, Ars Technica
Putting Phone Hotspots to the Test - James Galbraith, TechHive
Outlook Still the Best Email Program - Michael Muchmore, PC Magazine
Lazy Geek's Guide to Building a Media Center - Galen Gruman, InfoWorld