TechFast: HP v. BlackBerry, Bad Android Apps, Wait for iPad 3?

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Good morning! Here are some of today’s top tech stories so far. We’ll cover a few of these throughout the day but feel free to get a head start.

Apple Staffer: iPad 3 Is The One To “Make A Song & Dance About”

Link: Cult of Mac

An Apple employee allegedly told Cult of Mac that the iPad 2 being announced today may not live up to the hype. The iPad 3, due out later this year, is the one to get excited about, according to this person. Why not just wait for the iPad 4? Oh wait, then the iPad 5 will be out right after that.

Google: We’re Working to Help Good Sites Caught by Spam Cleanup

Link: Wired

Google’s recent assault on “content farms” has apparently taken a few innocent bystanders—legitimate content sites—as casualties.

HP Says BlackBerry PlayBook Imitates webOS, RIM Responds

Link: Laptop

Nothing like a good public tussle between two tablet makers right before another tablet announcement, huh?

Google Pulls 21 Apps In Android Malware Scare

Link: Mashable

What kind of world do we live in where an app called “Hot Sexy Videos” contains malicious code?! Can we trust nobody anymore?

Apple fights for ‘App Store’ name, calls Microsoft clueless as usual

Link: TechFlash

Apple wants to trademark the “App Store” moniker. Microsoft apparently wants to be able to use the phrase “app store” too. To the courts!

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