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Larry Dignan: AMD rounds out six-core Opteron lineup
Joe McKendrick: In praise of 'slow IT'
Mary Jo Foley: Business licensees to get final Windows 7 release in July Jason Perlow: To the Moon: Boeing, the Rocket Foundry
The Boeing / Saturn V
Michael J. Miller: Google's Chrome OS: Maybe Not a “PC” OS After All
Garett Rogers: Consumer Watchdog blasts Google over privacy
: Pigeons roosting and doing what pigeons do
Andrew Nusca: Illinois researchers create fastest LED ever; aid computing efficiency
Motorola Clutch has QWERTY smartphone style, PTT, military-grade toughness, no contract [review] Photos: Top-rated reviews of the week
Gizmodo: Specs Re-Imply Blackberry Storm 2 Will Probably Forgo Clicky Touchscreen
Jason O'Grady: Battery percentage indicator for all iPhones
Matthew Miller: Costco customers can buy the T-Mobile Dash 3G for only $89.99
iPhone Disney at Work application gives insight into the Magic Kingdom
Perlow: Frugal Friday: "Jackdotting", Chrome OS, Amazon Kindle, Wildpackets
Heather Clancy: Tsk, tsk: Greenpeace scolds HP, Lenovo and Dell on latest green electronics listing
Oliver Marks: Global Collaboration Competitive Success: Old Dogs, New Tricks & The Shift Index
Blankenhorn: Health reform must focus on incentives to cut costs Photos: An iPhone as a movie projector?
Richard Koman: Botnet awakes in further South Korean attack
Diaz: Sun Valley roundup: Google, Twitter, Microsoft, Apple and more
AmazonWireless: shopping the phone instead of the plan
Janice Chen: Very awesome Olympus E-P1 stop-motion video