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Larry Dignan: Dell: Turnaround interuptus as share grab hurts net, margins
Jason Hiner: Sprint unveils location-based 'geobrowsing' on eve of WiMax launch
DSL Reports: Comcast 250GB Cap Goes Live October 1 - Updated: Comcast confirms our story...
Andrew Mager: Say goodbye to Yahoo! Mash
TechRepublic: California's COBOL crisis demonstrates the danger of duct-tape IT
Joshua Greenbaum:The End of SaaS? Or Just the End of Hype?
Michael Krigsman: Google Apps dashboard: Serious about the enterprise?
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows 7 pricing thoughts - Is Windows too expensive?
Dennis Howlett: GoBootstrap: simplifying SME accounting
Deb Perelman: Things you've probably done this summer instead of workImages: The highs and lows of digital drama
Dana Blankenhorn: Public policy and open source
Paul Murphy: From Chapter Two: The appliance computing culture
PaidContent.org: Microsoft Beats Quadrangle To Buy Research Firm Greenfield For $486 Million; Selling Off Most Of It
TechCrunch: What The Veoh Decision Means For YouTube And Others
AppleInsider: Apple details next-gen multi-touch techniques for tablet Macs
Roland Piquepaille: Wireless networks mimicking biological systems
Bits: Extinguish the Rumors: No New Amazon Kindle This Year
Jennifer Leggio:Community managers akin to 'Internet police'
Garett Rogers: First images of Google-powered HTC Dream
News.com: Brazil's love of Linux
Christopher Dawson: Why does Safari stink?
Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Perot: Making Sure "Everybody Has Access To The Truth"
News.com: Google CEO: Internet spurred Obama's nomination
Heather Clancy: Smart grid player Trilliant closes $40 million in funding round
Blankenhorn: We can change your cells and cure your diabetes
Richard Koman: Guns n Roses leaker faces prison time
Andrew Nusca: Are gamers doping during tournaments?
Jason O'Grady: Steve Jobs death has been greatly exaggerated