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Sam Diaz: FTC targets bloggers for disclosure about perks, freebies
Jason Perlow: Psystar's Thermopylae: The Nightmare Hypervisor Arrives
Larry Dignan: Vonage launches mobile apps; Focuses on international calls
Sam Diaz: The Apple-Palm cat-and-mouse game: How long can it last? [poll]
Larry Dignan: Oracle still hardware happy: Interested in buying Brocade
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Can Apple make a Tablet PC "cool"?
John Morris: Adobe and Nvidia bring GPU computing to the masses
Dana Gardner: HP roadmap dramatically reduces energy consumption across data centers
Andrew Nusca: Samsung introduces Behold II smartphone; Android with TouchWiz UI
Brian Sommer: The troubling thoughts re: outsourcing
Andrew Mager: PhotoSketch: better than sliced bread, Photoshop
Andrew Nusca: Gunnar Optiks Legend eyeglasses reduce eye fatigue; $79
Heather Clancy: Green Grid releases green data center resources
Dana Gardner: Web data services extend data access and distribution beyond the RDB-BI straightjacket
Larry Dignan: PC vs. Mac: It's not zero sum
Ryan Naraine: The case of the fake money-mules: Inside the URLZone Trojan network
Larry Dignan: Verizon reshuffles units as operating chief retires
Dion Hinchcliffe: Twenty-two power laws of the emerging social economy Ed Bott: Windows 7 in action: do more with the taskbar and Jump Lists
Matthew Miller: Windows Marketplace for Mobile open for business
Christopher Dawson: Just give your netbook users Karmic Koala
Andrew Mager: Facebook measures Gross National Happiness Index
Larry Dignan: Macs and PCs found shacking up
Christopher Dawson: Wolfram Alpha announces Homework Day-Sounds fun, eh?
Harry Fuller: The new way to get rooftop solar installed: standard-sized shingles
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Poll: When buying a new PC, what's the most important component?
Tom Foremski: What's the point of non-profit news ventures? Stop the handouts...
Sam Diaz: WSJ challenges NFL's ridiculous policy by live-blogging game
Dana Blankenhorn: A Nobel links aging, cancer, evolution and politics
ZDNet UK: Shuttleworth: Amazon will win cloud battle
Harry Fuller: Will the trees save us?
Zack Whittaker: Hotmail hacked: Thousands of account details published online
Richard Koman: Apple sees red (delicious) over grocery logo
Larry Dignan: U.S. Internet ad revenue: Down 5.3 percent; Search rules
Dennis Howlett: SAP's feet put to the fire
Andrew Nusca: HTC debuts Pure, Tilt 2 smartphones; Windows Mobile 6.5 on AT&T
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's Midori: Who's on the all-star roster?
Zack Whittaker: The best $100 you've spent on killer tech?
Andrew Nusca: Apple to give Mighty Mouse a mighty overhaul
Dana Blankenhorn: What Everyblock owes Knight after its open source success
Dave Greenfield: A Different Kind of Phone Service
Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: RCA sport media player, Dell Inspiron desktop, Sony digital photo frame
ZDNet UK: Large Hadron Collider looks for November restart
Ed Burnette: What's new in Android 1.6 (Donut)? Part 2: Developer features
Larry Dignan: Adobe has the iPhone surrounded with Flash, but security headaches loom
Dana Blankenhorn: Open Solutions Alliance acquired by Europeans
Dana Blankenhorn: How open source defends itself in the PR wars
CNET: Yahoo to close Xoopit for Gmail users
Matthew Miller: Hands-on review: HTC Hero from Sprint is truly super
Andrew Nusca: RIM BlackBerry Bold 9700 spotted in pictures, video
Mary Jo Foley: Flash 10.1 beta coming to Windows Mobile 6.5 phones by year-end
Heather Clancy: Microsoft targets cities, government agencies with carbon emissions accounting tool
Larry Dignan: Microsoft's Ballmer on the flavors of Windows 7, the economy and XP
Matthew Miller: T-Mobile Samsung Behold II will be powered by Google Android
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Adobe Flash for all smartphones ... except iPhone
Dan Kusnetzky: Fourth type of cloud computing