10 Things We Learned Today

Here’s today’s roundup of tech news in case you missed ’em:

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  • Dell has to dig deep — the company is paying $100 million to settle charges filed against them by the SEC.
  • Microsoft is doing quite well, thank you very much: they’ve earned $16.04 billion in revenue to be exact.
  • Despite that, is there a coup brewing at Microsoft?
  • Flipboard is having problems running Facebook and Twitter after too many users installed the app.
  • Looking to jump ship to a new job? Here’s a list of the 25 best tech companies to work for.
  • Amazon’s Q2 earnings are underwhelming, but the Kindle has been shown to be performing well. Don’t discount them yet.
  • AT&T manages a good second quarter, despite introducing limited data plans to its customers.
  • Multitasking on the iPhone allows Skype to run in the background and receive phone calls.
  • Apple has been labelled as “the company with the most security vulnerabilities,” according to an article in Ars Technica.
  • AOL launches an HTML5 mobile site and two Android apps, which gives users location-based weather updates and traffic (among other things).

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