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- Twitter is still not mainstream.
- Facebook will now sell you gifts you can send to your friends.
- The FTC is worried about kids being tracked online.
- Apple's iPad accounts for 98 percent of Web-browsing done on tablets.
- Two years after shutting it down, Yahoo re-launched an ad network that puts ads on Web-pages based on the words that are on the page.
- Cloud security firm Qualys priced today's IPO at $12 per share.
- AOL launched a mobile game! It's like Taboo.
- Kara Swisher got her hands on Yahoo's 2011 strategy.
- The lack of new tech workers in the US is approaching crises levels, says Microsoft.
- Sharp, which makes iPhone 5 screens and was blamed for slowing the supply chain down, says it is up to speed.
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