Sir Howard Stringer consolidates his power, BlackBerrys heat up in Japan, and Google gets geeky on Twitter.
Today's headlines from CNET News: Sir Howard Stringer adds to his titles of chairman and CEO; NTT DoCoMo says there's a problem with BlackBerrys it's selling in Japan; Android developers stage mini-revolt; Obama's budget includes money for criticized cybersecurity projects; and more.
Sony's Stringer consolidates power
BlackBerry Bold sales suspended in Japan
Bleak week for memory chipmakers
Obama's budget blueprint enhances cybersecurity
Paid Android apps blocked on developer phones
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