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Ed Bott: Should Microsoft get into the PC hardware business?
DEMO: Today's Web becomes a two-way street - Sam Diaz
Andrew Mager: TechCrunch50: Day 1
Gallery: The sights of TechCrunch 50 [right]
Mitch Ratcliffe: Social design advice for Starbucks
Mary Jo Foley:Microsoft building a family of Live Mesh applications
Paula Rooney: Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008, System Center VM Manager 2008 will ship in 30 days
Adam O'Donnell:Spammers are Social, Too
Ryan Naraine: WordPress shuts door on new PHP attack vector
Too much 'whining' and not enough action on SOA?
Video: Will one company control the cloud? [right]
Tom Steinert-Threlkeld:Maybe It's Time for Twenty-Somethings To Take Over Media
Joshua Greenbaum: Microsoft Hitting Google Where it Hurts: Making Ad Words Accountable
Jeremy Allison: Learning the programmer's craftGoogle makes waves and may have solved the data center conundrum
InfoWorld: Google cuts time it retains IP address logs to 9 months
Jason D. O'Grady: Garmin releases RoadTrip Mac client software
HP: We've broken the 24-hour battery life barrier
Dana Blankenhorn:Ad danger to open source
Yahoo search arrives on AT&T mobile phones
Sprint readies retail swat team to improve customer service
Oliver Marks: An enterprise balancing act in the cloud
Dave Greenfield: Are browsers the answer for the 3-D Web?
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Does DRM guarantee Spore is destined for extinction?
Jennifer Leggio: 'I Hate the New Facebook' group surpasses 500,000 protestors
Christopher Dawson: Will we see a new OLPC XO in 2010?
Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex edges closer
London Stock Exchange hit with 'connectivity issue'
Intel rolls out low power server chips
Video: Can Chrome give Internet Explorer a run for its money?
Matthew Miller: Microsoft finally adds WiFi store to the Zune with Zune 3.0
Richard Koman: LHC and Faith-Based Science
Paul Murphy: Where there's hype, there's fire?
Heather Clancy: Adaptec adds custom power management to its RAID products
Harry Fuller: Cities poised as leaders in a globally warmed world