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Andrew Nusca: Dell Latitude Z 16" thin-and-light revealed; Lamborghini angles hide boardroom muscle

Gallery: Hands on with the Dell Latitude Z laptop

Larry Dignan: Xerox buys ACS; Makes its big services bet

Joe McKendrick: Android as mobile SOA: consider the possibilities

Jason O'Grady: Newton engineer returns to his Apple roots

Sam Diaz: Newegg announces IPO, plans for expansion

Ed Bott: Windows 7 in action: A smarter way to manage windows

Jason Hiner: Could Microsoft fix Windows Mobile by buying Palm?

Andrew Nusca: Palm Pre: $79.99 with contract, at Walmart

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft offers no reasons for discontinuation of two Dynamics mobile products

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Apple ends iPhone exclusive distribution deal in the UK ... US next?

Sam Diaz: Microsoft vs. Google: An e-mail showdown at L.A. City Hall

Andrew Nusca: Apple App Store apps top 2 billion; that's 6.6 million downloads per day

Richard Koman: AT&T: Google Voice doesn't play fair

Larry Dignan: WSJ on the Kindle, meet price elasticity

Sam Diaz: Health warnings on iPods? EC is thinking about it

Andrew Nusca: Dallas Cowboys Stadium: World's largest HD video display, says Guinness

Genius.com: From Tweet to deal: The art of listening

Andrew Nusca: Ivy League students: Kindle DX a 'poor excuse of an academic tool'

Harry Fuller: Global warnings. Will China dominate green tech as world melts down?

Jennifer Leggio: 10 Fortune 500 companies doing social media right

Andrew Mager: Easier access to Twitter thumbnails with Tweetimag.es

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: PSP Go, Dell Latitude notebook, Toshiba Regaza HDTV

Andrew Nusca: Dell Latitude Z 16" thin-and-light revealed; Lamborghini angles hide boardroom muscle

Christopher Dawson: What if my kid went to Dawson's School of Online Learning?

Jennifer Leggio: SocialToo gives social networkers a false sense of security

Andrew Nusca: Yahoo kicks off new 'It's You' campaign with video ad

Jason D. O'Grady: Light Peak fiber optic connector to replace Firewire, USB, monitor cables

Heather Clancy: New Eaton UPS line offers VoIP power protection while creating less heat

Zack Whittaker: University registration dogged by poor communication and ancient IT

Mary Jo Foley: Helios: Another Microsoft operating system project to watch

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: PSP Go teardown

Dana Blankenhorn: I for one welcome no overlords

Rachel King: Poll: What kind of camera equipment do you need when traveling?

Dennis Howlett: NetSuite's Zach Nelson on competition, cost, the Next Big Thing

CNET: GeoEye spots Iranian nuclear site

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Hardware 2.0 - Best software applications/tools/utilities

Paul Greenberg: A List: CRM(ish) Reading Worth it.

Dan Kusnetzky: What's a datacenter? It depends on whom you ask

Larry Dignan: Forge consensus on decision-making with these three tricks

Garett Rogers: Google Base no longer for products

Heather Clancy: Dataram storage appliance squeezes more out of storage infrastructure

Tom Foremski: Debate over different forms of online advertising misses the point

Dion Hinchcliffe: Community management: The 'essential' capability of successful Enterprise 2.0 efforts

Mary Jo Foley: Report: Final version of free Microsoft Security Essentials to ship September 29