- Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to cut 5,000 jobs
- Where are the Microsoft cuts falling?
- Ballmer's memo to employees: 'Most challenging economic climate we have ever faced'
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft seeking Win 7 testers for netbooks?
- Sam Diaz: Win 7 on a netbook? Microsoft seeking beta testers outside U.S.
- Dana Blankenhorn: Windows 7 and the netbook
- Larry Dignan: Netbooks become the bane of Microsoft
Andrew Nusca: Obama staff: White House in tech 'dark ages'
- Christopher Dawson: Welcome to our world, President Obama
Richard Koman: White House is IT backwater
- Richard Koman: Obama in BlackBerry heaven
Matthew Miller: Palm Treo Pro available from Sprint
- Larry Dignan: Would Apple sue Palm over Pre IP?
- Dana Blankenhorn: Does SEC have a role in Jobs' health reports?
- Jason D. O'Grady: Apple Q1 2009 earnings recap
Reuters: Sony warns of $2.9 billion loss
Andrew Nusca: New Storm OS beta leaked, includes portrait QWERTY?
Heather Clancy: Green kitchen tech program now overseen by independent advisors
Mary Jo Foley: Mcrosoft to merge Windows Live and Office Live
Zack Whittaker: Windows 7: taming (and tweaking) the beast within
John Morris: Quad-core price war breaks out
Michael Krigsman: 10 steps to prevent IT myopia
Dennis Howlett: SAP cans SAPPHIRE Europe
Zack Whittaker: University students sends city of Canterbury to the dial-up age
Zack Whittaker: Ethical hacking: the next generation security specialists
Andrew Nusca: Best. Lenovo. Ad. Ever? Harry Fuller: What is my breakfast orange juice doing to our planet?
Ryan Naraine: Mac OS X Malware found in pirated Apple iWork 09
Dennis Howlett: Enterprise meltdown?
Jennifer Leggio: NHL digital roll-out drumbeats to All Star Game
Jason Perlow: My BlackBerry is an Obese Glutton
Jason D. O'Grady: Pirated version of iWork '09 may contain a Trojan
Dancho Danchev: GPU-Accelerated Wi-Fi password cracking goes mainstream
Dana Blankenhorn: $20 billion is the number on health IT stimulus
Jason D. O'Grady: Developer drops app pricing to 99Â¢, asks for donations
Joe McKendrick: SOA repositories pave the way for financial mergers