Today in Tech: Why the iPad's 'batterygate' is no big deal

March 28, 2012: 4:30 AM ET

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"We're not winning." -- Shawn Henry, executive assistant director of the FBI, on the war with computer hackers. (The Wall Street Journal)

* Apple (AAPL) says concerns about the new iPad's battery charging process is much ado about nothing. "That circuitry is designed so you can keep your device plugged in as long as you would like," Apple VP Michael Tchao told All Things D. (All Things D)

* Facebook revised its IPO filing yesterday to factor in the escalating patent fight with Yahoo (YHOO). (The Wall Street Journal)

* At startup incubator Y Combinator's Demo Day, investors clamored for time with entrepreneurs, a big role reversal compared with years past. Also: a large chunk of the featured products were mobile-focused. (Bloomberg and TechCrunch)

* Why it's time to strike down the "Amazon (AMZN) exemption." (Fortune)

* Google's (GOOG) long-rumored cloud storage service, Google Drive, could arrive next month. (GigaOm)

* Barack Obama is on Pinterest. For a primer on the growing digital pinboard site, check out Fortune's feature in the latest issue. (VentureBeat and Fortune)

* Groupon (GRPN) is reportedly on an engineering hiring spree. (Business Insider)

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JP Mangalindan
JP Mangalindan
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JP Mangalindan is a San Francisco-based writer at Fortune, covering Silicon Valley. Since joining in 2010, he has written on a wide array of topics, from the turnaround of eBay to the evolution of net neutrality. A graduate of Fordham University, Mangalindan has also written for GQ, Popular Science, and Entertainment Weekly.

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