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Sam Diaz: WSJ: Dell eyeing smartphone biz

Larry Dignan: Fannie Mae IT contractor indicted for planting malware; Mortgage giant didn't revoke server privileges

James Staten: IBM gets serious about cloud computing

Sam Diaz: More iPhone vs. Storm: Comparing component costs

Gallery: Up close and personal with iLife '09--photos

Christopher Dawson: Does the digital TV transition matter to ed tech?

Larry Dignan: Retail stinks, but Amazon doesn't; E-tailer delivers strong fourth quarter

Ryan Naraine: Google plugs 'high-risk' holes in Chrome browser

Sam Diaz: Report: Tech layoffs skyrocket in 2008; not looking much better for '09

Larry Dignan: SanDisk-Toshiba tweak manufacturing joint venture

Andrew Nusca: What do you want from the next iPhone?

Christopher Dawson: Even I'd use Windows 7 if it was free!

Larry Dignan: Samsung: We have the highest density memory chip

Christopher Dawson: A day in the life of my Classmate

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Third-gen iPhone rumors roundup

Dana Blankenhorn: Microsoft makes a real open source move

Dennis Howlett: Honey I just blew up the ERP

Michael Krigsman: Angst in Oak Park over failed PeopleSoft project

jason D. O'Grady: Signs of iPhone v3 in latest firmware

Dana Blankenhorn: Five reforms we can do now

Jason D. O'Grady: iTunes Plus debuts a-la carte pricing (updated)

Joe McKendrick: Microsoft: 'we're bringing SOA to the masses'

Dana Blankenhorn: Medicaid for everyone but where is the supply?

Larry Dignan: Symantec makes case for recession resistant club; Touts storage business

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Is Mac still the safer bet?

Dave Greenfield: Batman Meets VoIP

Dennis Howlett: When will we learn?

Ryan Naraine: Purewire snaps up online reputation management vendor

Andrew Nusca: Intel to reveal eight-core Xeon processor Feb. 9

John Morris: Graphics market shrank last quarter, but AMD-Nvidia battle continues

Zack Whittaker: No student should go without (at least) two monitors

Andrew Nusca: Microsoft patents interface to transform phone into PC

Richard Koman: Putin snubs Dell at Davos

Jennifer Leggio: IT Management 2.0: Blame virtualization

Michael Krigsman: 6 hard-hitting tips to navigate ERP minefields

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: ATI Catalyst 9.1 drivers out - Full support for OpenGL 3.0

Adam O'Donnell: "Zombies ahead!" sign says something about SCADA security

Harry Fuller: Biochemical trigger to locust swarms

Heather Clancy: How green is your business card?

Harry Fuller: "Clean coal," dream or possibility?

Sam Diaz: Juniper's revenue grows but misses estimates; EPS in-line

Dion Hinchcliffe: Using Web 2.0 to reinvent your business for the economic downturn

Harry Fuller: Recession lowers all boats

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