We've looked across the web and found today's Five, Most Interesting Headlines in Tech:
What to expect from the iPhone event - CNN
It's the worst-kept secret since Adam Lambert's sexuality: Apple is expected to unveil a new iPhone on Tuesday.
What Prospective Employers Hope To See In Your Facebook Account:Creativity, Well-Roundedness, & 'Chastity' - Forbes
We all know that employers Facebook stalk us before hiring us (or before deciding not to hire us). In an oft-cited survey [pdf] released by Microsoft Research in 2010, 70% of recruiters said they';d rejected applicants based on info they found online.
Facebook adds WebSense safe browsing to its defenses - CNET
Facebook is adding a Websense Web link blacklist service to its arsenal of defenses designed to protect users from clicking on links that lead to sites hosting malware.
Google updates Chrome to restore browser after Microsoft blunder - Computer World
Google updated Chrome over the weekend to help users affected by Microsoft's errant flagging of the browser as malware.
Chrome inching up to No. 2 browser - MSNBC
Google's Chrome Web browser continues to shine; it's making its way up the list of top desktop browsers, according to Net Applications, which shows Chrome at 16.20 percent, compared to 8.76 percent a year ago around this time.