Today in Tech: Michael Dell’s post-PC company, Netflix passing big milestone? by JP Mangalindan @FortuneMagazine April 25, 2011, 10:44 AM EDT E-mail Tweet Facebook Google Plus Linkedin Share icons A curated selection of the weekend’s most newsworthy tech stories from all over the Web. Sign up to get the newsletter delivered to you everyday. Photo: AFP/Getty Images Dell CEO Michael Dell sat down with The Wall Street Journal to reflect upon the path his company has taken since he co-founded it in his dorm room some 26 years ago. Among the areas discussed: how the tablet’s meteoric success surprised him, why Android tablets will pass the iPad in market share, where he sees the most company growth coming from (hint: investments, acquisitions, and partnerships). (Wall Street Journal) Analysts predict Netflix’s latest quarterly earnings, due out today, could make it the largest subscription entertainment business in the U.S., passing Comcast and Sirius XM Radio. (Hollywood Reporter) Over at TechCrunch, Michael Arrington penned a pretty convincing argument about why we’re in the midst of a tech “blubble.” (Yes, blubble!) (TechCrunch) A breakdown of IT product and services spending. (Wall Street Journal) Looking for a tech job? Seriously consider applying to start-ups. Despite U.S. unemployment hovering around 9.2%, 83% of U.S. start-ups plan to hire in 2011. (Mashable) Max Mathews, aka the father of computer music, passed away last week from pneumonia. In 1957, he created the Music program, which allowed an IBM 704 mainframe computer to play a 17-second music composition. It was the first time ever sound was digitized, stored, and retrieved on a computer. Mathews was 84. (New York Times) Seven lessons to learn from Amazon’s EC2 cloud service outage. (ZDNet/Software as Services) Despite speculation that Twitter would relocate its headquarters somewhere outside of San Francisco, it’s sticking around. A lot of that’s due to the passing of a payroll tax exemption that basically lets Twitter off the hook from a 1.5% payroll tax for the next six years, provided it moves to the city’s Central Market Street and Tenderloin areas (which it will). (Los Angeles Times) Why last week’s iPhone “LocationGate” brouhaha isn’t the big deal some think it is. (ComputerWorld via Cult of Mac) Lenovo is planning a snazzy new 10.1-inch Android 3.0-based ThinkPad tablet with 1,280 x 800 touchscreen, a pen option for “sketching and note taking,” and a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor. Expect this baby to hit by September at latest. (This is my next) Photo: This is my next Don’t miss the latest tech news. Sign up now to get Today in Tech emailed to you each and every morning.