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Larry Dignan: Google earnings deliver; Sales growth slows; Economy still in 'uncharted territory'
Ryan Naraine: iBotnet: Researchers find signs of zombie Macs
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft releases its CCI tools under an open-source license
Sam Diaz: Cisco takes Letterman-style approach to push Unified Computing System savings
NYT: N.S.A.'s Intercepts Exceed Limits Set by Congress
Forrester blog: Hello People, BlackBerry is the killer enterprise device today
Ed Burnette: IBM passes open source license baton to Eclipse
Gallery:Nine more Firefox add-ons to try
Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: What Price Bandwidth? Time Warner Cable Should Not Back Off
Richard Koman: TWC defends tiered pricing, while one DSL provider is happy to pick up fleeing customers
Dennis Howlett: Enterprise vendors: in pursuit of reality
Joe Brockmeier: Yet another "Mac vs. PC" article that misses the point
Andrew Mager: Tweetmeme: Faster, more viral than Digg
Diaz: iTunes price hikes: Still too soon to measure impact
Christopher Dawson: If a teacher had designed Twitter
Global PC shipments down 6.5% in Q1 2009; HP is No. 1Images: Kepler catches first planet-hunting territory sightings
Chris Jablonski:New atomic clock loses only a second every 300 million years
Dana Blankenhorn: Connecting hobby and business in open source
Jennifer Leggio: Is it time for a Chief Social Media Officer?
QlikTech taps into BI via the iPhone
Why Nokia needs the U.S. more than ever
Sun to IBM: We're willing to talk again; Big Blue not interested
Paul Miller: The Semantic Web Gang discuss ontologies
ReadWriteWeb: Operation Basement Dad: How 4Chan Could Beat CNN & Ashton Kutcher
Richard Koman: Breaking news in Tenenbaum: No webcasting, orders First Circuit
Andrew Nusca: Quickfire Deal: High-end Navigon 7200T GPS navigation, $199
Gadget Gal's daily deals: 16GB Sony Walkman, Pentax Optio E60 digital camera, iPod/iPhone backup battery
Zoho goes gadget happy; Brings apps to social networks
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