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Sam Diaz: Apple faces suit over iPhone. Is it still worth the switch? Techmeme
Ed Burnette: Life without the Internet: Zapped off the grid Ed Bott: Why do you want WinFS?
Ryan Naraine:Can Adobe mitigate 'clipboard hijack' issue?
Dennis Howlett: Open source and innovation as maintenance models
Bloomberg: Comcast to Slow Some Web Traffic for Up to 20 Minutes
Deb Perelman:Oh, really? Report says techies don't care much about salary.
Webware: Microsoft launches 3D wonder Photosynth for consumersTom Steinert-Threlkeld: Remote Control Combat: Publicity For Simplicity
Heather Clancy: BigFix makes government's power management mandate more palatable
Dennis Howlett: ModelSheet: good in theory, needs more work
Mary Jo Foley: IE 8 looking like a November release
Kingsley-Hughes: Mozilla getting ready to push Firefox 3.0.1 on 2.0 users
NYT: Palm, Once a Leader, Seeks Path in Smartphone Jungle
Review: Microsoft SideWinder X5 Mouse
Jason O'Grady: Apple discontinues MobileMe status blog
Paula Rooney: Novell-Microsoft interop pact may look sweeter to IT shops these days
Larry Dignan: Yahoo: TV widgets and pondering a Disney takeover
Dana Blankenhorn: Hyperic gets on Google's cloud
Matthew Miller: Palm Treo Pro officially announced, will come to U.S. as unlocked model only
Harry Fuller: Technology: where on the scale from cure to curse?
John Carroll: HD and region-specific encodings
Roland Piquepaille:Nanospheres moving faster than light?
Phil Wainewright: SaaS mashups shape up
Janice Chen: Ricoh's new R10 wide compact camera helps you snap perfectly level shots
American Airlines kicks off in-flight Internet service
GigaOM: HillCrest Labs: Nintendo's Wii Infringing Our Patents
Dan Kusnetzky: Sun release claims Sun Ray shipments nearly double
Silicon Alley Insider: Citi On RIM BlackBerry Bold: Thumbs Up, Mostly
eBay has Amazon envy: Cuts fees to get more fixed pricing