It appears that WikiLeaks has revealed previously redacted names in the US diplomatic cables by accident, leaving many people around the world in danger of being exposed. WikiLeaks is denying names have been exposed.
HP's decision to axe the TouchPad and webOS in such a public manner made no sense, and with new plans to spin off the PC division announced this week, killing its mobile component makes even less sense.
Google is trying desperately to keep a potentially incriminating email out of evidence in the Oracle Java patent infringement law suit. Perhaps it could have avoided this problem with a sensible email retention policy.
When it comes to web and application monitoring, it's sometimes easy to get caught up in the numbers on the screen and forget that there are real users experiencing real pain when there is a performance issue.
HP showed just how difficult it can be to place reasonable bets as a mobile developer, but it also might have pushed the idea of a more standardized approach like HTML5 to guard against the vagaries of a changing market.