Russell Shaw: Major new Blackberry patent.
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft cranks up its Open XML standardization campaign. Vista branding is confusing, but is it criminal? Adrian Kingsley-Hughes on Vista branding. New Harris Poll: Vista awareness up, sales not.
Matthew Miller: Is the Nokia N95 the ultimate multimedia computer? Unboxing gallery (right).
Ryan Naraine: Mozilla to ship Firefox 'workaround' for .ANI exploit. Windows cursor patch causing trouble.
Techdirt: Verizon Wireless Slowly, Quietly, Backing Away From Misleading Claims Of Unlimited Service.
GigaOm: Marketing in Second Life doesn't work...here is why.
Rewriting ethics rules for the new media.
Knowledge@Wharton: The man who would change Microsoft--Ray Ozzie.
Two companies (AMD and Intel). Two chips. One code name.
John Spooner: Intel heads out on the highway. Intel plans Centrino Pro for business notebooks. Reuters: Micron says memory prices have stabilized.
Computerworld: Don't Believe the Hype: The 21 Biggest Technology Flops.
Google makes mashups easy, even for me.
Larry Dignan: Yahoo ambushed by hindsight and armchair CEOs--again.
Donna Bogatin: Obama trounces Clinton in online campaign money grab.
Russell Shaw: BlackBerry in-flight will take longer than you think. So how many calls could cell-in-air support?
Photos (right): The flying car from Texas.
Outsourcing expert Ron Hira on H-1B reform bill's impact.
Donna Bogatin: Google clients 'frustrated' by unprofitable AdWords buys.
Ryan Stewart: Adobe rolls out a new version of Flex.org.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Read this before buying an Xbox 360 Elite.
Amazon sees the future: Humans will be computing gofers.