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- Jason Perlow: JEFF BEZOS IS WATCHING YOU
- Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Amazon shows us why DRM is a bad idea
Mary Jo Foley: Yahoo and Microsoft: If at first you don't succeed...
- Larry Dignan: Bing! Yahoo-Microsoft ad deal close (yet again)
Dennis Howlett: Oracle cranks up some prices 40%
Larry Dignan: The storage consolidation continues: HP acquires IBRIX
- Andrew Reichman: HP acquires cluster file storage software vendor IBRIX
Jennifer Leggio: The psychology of social media: Can a visible brand ruin your life?
- Larry Dignan: Social media: Pondering the corporate ROI
Jason D. O'Grady: The proper way to set up MobileMe on an iPhone
Robin Harris: Elvis, your e-passport is ready!
Matthew Miller: Geek.com podcast 19, back to chat with Joel about mobile gadgets
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Apple/Microsoft sued over iPod/Zune controls
Paul Murphy: Managing IT in desperate times
Harry Fuller: Solar cycles, weather and climate
Jason Perlow: To the Moon: Grumman, One Giant Landing for Mankind
Dana Blankenhorn: Flu turns dangerous
Harry Fuller: How much alcohol is too much? Feds to decide.
Christopher Dawson: A success story out of Florida
Garett Rogers: Could new Google Docs be interface for GDrive?
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to change default browser setting option in IE 8
Chris Jablonski: Printable batteries
Andrew Nusca: Corsair debuts Extreme Series X32, X64, X128 SSDs
- Averatec debuts 22-in. D1005 all-in-one PC; $799
- Bose introduces SoundLink wireless bookshelf speaker; $549
- Andrew Nusca: 10.1" Samsung N310 Go netbook offers Atom N270, chiclet keyboard; $479
Dana Blankenhorn: Deadlines absent in final meaningful use definition
Harry Fuller: Brrrrm! Brrrrm! Brammo makes a little noise.
Richard Koman: On CNN.com's Blogger Bunch
Adrian KIngsley-Hughes: Is Windows 7 E just a gimmick?
Joe McKendrick: SOA's squishy paybacks revisited
Dana Blankenhorn: What open source government data gets you
Michael Krigsman: Friday madness: $23 quadrillion software glitch
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: What do you want from your next computer?
Larry Dignan: How does a solar cell work?
Dan Kusnetzky: Novell PlateSpin Migrate really moves Solaris workloads