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Larry Dignan: Time Warner: AOL's revenue slide continues; We plan to buy Google's 5% AOL stakeAndrew Nusca: Would Palm dare roll out Pre a day before Apple's WWDC keynote?
Dennis Howlett: SAP software revenue skids in first quarter; Maintenance terms tweaked
Ryan Naraine: Identity thieves take aim at Facebook users
Joe Brockmeier: Oprah comes, Oprah goes: Who cares?
Sam Diaz: Is Steve Jobs too frail for even a Town Hall fight?
Larry Dignan:Apple is building a moat (of semiconductors)
Sam Diaz: Survey: Journalism is still important, even on the Internet
Joe McKendrick: Visions of cloud computing and Web 2.0, circa 1990s: the world catches up to Yale's David Gelernter
Dancho Danchev: Survey: 37% of employees would become insiders given the right incentive
Joe McKendrick: Seven stages of SOA maturity: from silos to services
Hey, Wired President. You Wouldn't Tax the Internet, the Cell Phone or the Tweet. Would You?
Dana Blankenhorn: Media spreads swine flu panic
Jennifer Leggio: Truth about social media 'experts'
Matthew Miller: Review: T-Mobile Cameo connected digital photo frame
Harry Fuller: Ford's Fusion claims world efficiency record
Heather Clancy: Cisco's random acts of green-ness
Ryan Naraine: Five 'must-secure' Web app vulnerabilities
Andrea Baker: You Were Never 1.0, but get ready for Enterprise 2.0
Harry Fuller: Will greentech investors discover food?
Richard Koman: Google on the defensive as book deal starts to come apart
Larry Dignan: Workday lands $75 million in venture funding
CBSNews.com: Obama's 100-day tech review
Christopher Dawson: Panda's cloud-based antivirus is a new free tool for schools
Dana Blankenhorn: Benchmark shows Eucalyptus the money
Dennis Howlett: Sugar CRM reduces prices across the board, looking for broad adoption
Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Signs of the Times, Redux: The World's Next Mass(ive) Medium?
Dancho Danchev: Online broker CommSec criticised for weak passwords, lack of SSL
Janice Chen: How to get a high-resolution image from a low-resolution camera
Jason D. O'Grady: iPhone OS 2.0 beta 4 released to developers; iTunes beta hints at Blu-Ray
Matthew Miller: Try the REDFLY Mobile Viewer software and you may fly to Hawaii
Andrew Nusca: Radio Shack punches customer in face, literally
Heather Clancy: How many telecommuters does it take to save a rainforest?
Dana Gardner: PC 'security as a service' gains global cloud footprint with free Panda anti-virus offering
Paula Rooney: Firefox 3.5 Beta 4 now available
Matthew Miller: Microsoft; no phone hardware, no Zune phone, lustworthy 6.5 devices
Mary Jo Foley: TellMe voice search ready for Windows Mobile 6.5
Larry Dignan: Google, Sony, Amazon and Microsoft lead tech industry in Harris reputation rankings
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows 7 "XP Mode" system requirements
Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Acoustic Research wireless home theater, Panasonic Blu-ray player, Kodak EasyShare digital camera
ZDNet Asia: Software patents hot topic at Microsoft event
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft finishes Vista SP2
The month ahead: Social networks to shake things up in May
Larry Dignan: SuccessFactors lands big deployment, new cloud computing VP
Paul Greenberg: CRM Pricing Changes: Brother Can You Spare 30 Bucks a Month
ZDNet Asia: Report: Conficker in attack mode
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes:$99 - The new "high end" for GPUs
Andrew Nusca: Palm webOS SDK emulator screenshots leak
Dan Kusnetzky: Stratus Avance 1.5 - A Simple, but Powerful, Way to HA/DR for SMB