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    Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls: come one, come all, to the wonderful world of iPad cases! The flood of new-product announcements spurred by the introduction of the iPad 2 doesn’t seem to be letting up any time soon, but don’t worry—your faithful Macworld staff is rounding up the latest arrivals for your reading pleasure. It’s all in this special weekday version of our iPad case roundups.

  • News: Epsilon E-Mail Breach: 4 Unanswered Questions

    A data breach at e-mail marketer Epsilon, the sort of company that doesn't usually make the tech headlines, has put at risk millions of users, security experts have warned. Customers of big companies such as Citibank, JPMorgan Chase, Target and Walgreens were affected, and now may be at increased risk of e-mail swindles.

  • News: Most IT managers plan to adopt cloud storage

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  • News: 10 Must-Have Downloads for Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter

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