DailyDose: Cisco Acquires Enterprise Wi-Fi Startup Meraki For $1.2 Billion cash & Anonymous steps up attack on Israel

Today’s tech news from around the world: Cisco Acquires Enterprise Wi-Fi Startup Meraki For $1.2 Billion In Cash. Facebook and Yahoo in talks for search partnership. Hackers launch assault on Israeli government websites. Datawind to clear all paid orders for Aakash tablet PC in 6 weeks and more.

Cisco Acquires Enterprise Wi-Fi Startup Meraki For $1.2 Billion In Cash: Cloud infrastructure startup provides wi-fi networking and security devices and software.

Facebook and Yahoo in talks for search partnership: Whatever happened to the Yahoo-Bing partnership?

DataSift Raises $15 Million to Help Traders Mine Twitter Posts: Stockbrokers are looking for trading clues on social networks.

Experian U.S. Data Breaches Prompt Investigation by Irish Regulators: The credit reporting giant is being investigated for a series of breaches to company databases.

Dell, HP Earnings Expected to Herald the End of PC Era: Monumental shift , away from the PC era.

Ruckus Wireless cleared $126 million in an IPO that valued the company at $1.2 billion: Stock tanked when it traded publicly on Friday.

Hackers launch assault on Israeli government websites: Israeli officials count 44 million attacks on government sites since bombardment of Gaza began – but only one succeeds.

Anonymous leaks personal information of 5,000 Israeli officials

Microsoft begs Web devs not to make WebKit the new IE6

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