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Jason Perlow: To Boldly Go Where No Search Engine Has Gone Before
Heather Clancy: Flipping the switch saves The Planet about $140K annuallyMatthew Miller: Review: Aerovation Checkpoint Friendly Laptop bag simplifies security process
Roland Piquepaille:1,500 ships to fight climate change?
Adam O'Donnell: DDoS + Web2.0 == Buckets o' Traffic
Andrew Mager: What do you want me to cover at TechCrunch50?
Dennis Howlett: Judge finds Oracle's Ellison withheld evidence
Dan Lyons: One Bad Apple
Jason O'Grady: Preview: Plusmo Pro Football Live app (updated)
Matthew Miller: MobileTechRoundup show #146, MSI Wind, OMNIA, and HTC Dream desires
Webware: A user guide to following DemoFall and TechCrunch50
Photos: Top 10 reviews of the week
Roland Piquepaille:Measuring the acceleration of the universe
Jennifer Leggio: Companies can't be coy if they want reader action
Sam Diaz: The Office (2.0): No paper? No problem.
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's Ozzie to head another new Microsoft lab
Sean Portnoy: Samsung, Sony in Wi-Fi Photo Frame Shootout
Dan Kusnetzky: Fortisphere Virtual Essentials 2.0
Paul Murphy: Commercial development strategies
Jason Perlow: 102 Minutes That Changed America: "Mesh" reporting comes of age
TechRepublic: Business Intelligence: New trend, retreaded buzzword, or oxymoron?
NYT: Microsoft Works to Perfect Windows Vista
Engadget: iPod nano 4G leaked in actual, factual, really-real spy photo
Valleywag: NBC dumps Microsoft Silverlight after Olympics
Joe McKendrick: Does SOA matter? (Part 4)
Deb Perelman:My Awesome IT Job: Senior IT Manager, Cisco
Dan Kusnetzky: Dell repair adventure, conclusion
Photos: Future Combat Systems, here and now (right)
Christopher Dawson: Good news on the Dell netbook front
Heather Clancy: Services capability. Check. Financing arm. Check.
Larry Dignan: NetSuite moves early to support Chrome
Images: The art of 'Spore' prototypes
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Is Firefox faster than Chrome?
Paul Murphy: Microsoft's Seinfeld ads: what's the real agenda?
VentureBeat: Xbox 360 defects: an inside history of Microsoft's video game console woes
Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: 2011, A News Odyssey: Digg-ing Meets Up With Digging
Andrew Mager: From meme to paperback: Barack Obama is your new bicycle
Video: Can Chrome give Internet Explorer a run for its money?
Ryan Stewart: What went wrong with Joost's desktop client?
Richard Koman: LHC scientists get death threats
Michael Krigsman: Netflix post-mortem: hardware failure and poor transparency
Andrew Nusca:Find cheap printer ink, toner refills
Nokia: Our market share will slip over weak demand
Dana Blankenhorn: What the fight against cancer really needs