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Richard Koman: DOJ confirms Google Books investigation
Sam Diaz: Can Yahoo steal the search throne from Google with Search Pad?
Christopher Dawson: Don't hold off on summer purchases for CrunchPads
Andrew Nusca: The $0.99 Netbook has arrived, on Sprint
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Psystar seeks Chapter 11 dismissal, vows to "battle Goliath"
Dennis Howlett: What should SAP do with its $5bn war chest?
Richard Koman: $1.9m verdict is unconstitutional, Thomas-Rasset says
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft removes a hurdle for Mono
Heather Clancy: Cisco continues to spread green shoots with energy data collection tool
Sean Portnoy: Amazon.com knocks $500 off $7k Mitsubishi LaserVue HDTV. Will anyone buy it now?
Sam Diaz: WSJ: Justice Dept. "reviewing" large telecoms
Richard Koman: BT gives Phorm the boot
Michael Krigsman: Enterprise 2.0 collaboration communities: measurement and metrics
Dana Gardner: Consolidation, modernization, and virtualization: A triple-play for long-term enterprise IT cost reduction
Sam Diaz: Andreessen: Facebook could do $1 billion in revenue if it wanted to
Harry Fuller: Best Buy does a wheelie
Sam Diaz: Now's the time to manage your online brand
Jennifer Bergen: Pico projector phones by the end of this year?
Brian Sommer: Watch that reference you write on LinkedIn and other sites
Harry Fuller: Life or death struggle in the Senate Ryan Naraine: IE users beware: Zero-day attacks hit Microsoft Video ActiveX Control
Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Apple Mac Mini, Zen Mozaic MP3 player, Seagate FreeAgent 1 TB hard drive
Richard Koman: NSA will monitor private-sector networks
Harry Fuller: No more free tomatoes from your neighbor?
Jason D. O'Grady: More about charging Apple's notebook batteries
Rachel King: Fujifilm wins several Technical Image Press Association awards
Jason Perlow: To the Moon: How we built the technologies
Andrew Nusca: With photo and video, Apple iPod touch, nano reinforce new market segment
Mary jo Foley: Azure pricing: How low will Microsoft go?
Jason D. O'Grady: How Apple singlehandedly killed the Flip Mino
Tom Foremski: Do we have moral obligations towards tech education?
Jason Hiner: Could Nokia and Android be just what each other needs?
Harry Fuller: Ubiquity has its attractions
Dana Blankenhorn: An open source energy future?
ZDNet UK: HTML 5 drops open-source video codec
Zack Whittaker: Next generation technology to 'smarten' the workplace
Larry Dignan: EMC ups Data Domain bid as NetApp deal proceeds
Dana Blankenhorn: The coffee cure for memory loss
Oliver Marks: Enterprise 2.0 ROI Metrics: One Size Doesn't Fit All
Larry Dignan: Comparing infrastructure as a service providers: Amazon, Rackspace emerge
ZDNet Asia: June malware report - something's phishy
Dana Blankenhorn: HealthVault clobbering Google in PHR race
Heather Clancy: Solar-powered signs update riders far afield
ZDNet UK: Cern bombards Large Hadron Collider grid with stress tests
Phil Wainewright: Free is not a business model
Larry Dignan: Enterprise review: Fusion-io ioDrive
Dan Kusnetzky: Apptis Clouds for Governments
Larry Dignan: Andreessen Horowitz VC fund launches: Will invest $50,000 to $50 million in IT startups
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