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Google as an ISP and MySpace CEO's resignation top today's headlines
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Sam Diaz: Google's experiment: leapfrogging ISPs to deliver ultra-high-speed Web

Sam Diaz: MySpace CEO Van Natta resigns after 9 months on job

Mary Jo Foley: ComScore: Bing grows to 11.3 percent of U.S. search market

Tom Foremski: Google Buzz: Here's why it will lead to a more closed and proprietary Internet

Larry Dignan: Sprint earnings: More progress in fourth quarter, but still dropping subscribers

Andrew Mager: How to fix your Facebook News Feed so it's chronological

Sean Portnoy: With firmware updates, new Sony Blu-ray players will be 3-D ready by summer

Janice Chen: Apple iPad sees a camera in its future

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Will Apple approve Opera Mini for the iPhone?

Dancho Danchev: Scammers phishing for sensitive iPhone data

Tom Foremski: Tough times continue in Silicon Valley

Christopher Dawson: More on the TonidoPlug - the geeky stuff

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft readies Office Communicator 2010 beta for March debut

Jason Hiner: Is it time for a BlackBerry Renaissance in 2010? [podcast]

Andrew Nusca: Panasonic unveils Toughbook H1 Field, world's most rugged tablet PC

Sean Portnoy: Asus' new G73JH-X1 gaming laptop features Core i7 CPU, ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5870 graphics

Ryan Naraine: Researchers intercept dangerous new banking Trojan

Joe McKendrick: Why business process management and complex event processing are converging

Heather Clancy: Running a data center that is both sustainable and self-sustainable

Jason D. O'Grady: Aperture 3, a year too late?

Sam Diaz: Where's that snow plow? Creepy Google Buzz geo-tags could become a public safety tool

Andrew Nusca: Lenovo ThinkStation E20: Core i3, i5; discrete graphics; starts $599

Andrew Nusca: Google Street View snowmobile hits the Olympic slopes

Larry Dignan: Opera tries to crowbar browser competition into the iPhone

Joel Evans: Will Windows Mobile 7 pull me back in?

CNET: Critics call Google bug bounty 'insulting'

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft mobile codenames: A guide for Mobile World Congress

Dana Blankenhorn: Microsoft tapping current product line for personal health IT

Andrew Nusca: Logitech intros Wireless Desktop MK 710: keyboard, mouse, unifying receiver

Heather Clancy: Figure out your solar investment costs. Sorta.

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: 7 reasons to stick with Windows XP

Dana Blankenhorn: Microsoft retreats FAST in enterprise search

Larry Dignan: Adobe's Flash flap: Are concerns overblown?

CNET: Facebook, AOL link instant messaging

ZDNet Asia: Malware hits all-time high in January

Dana Blankenhorn: Terracotta, Eucalyptus deliver the do it yourself cloud

Rachel King: Hands-On Review: How easy it is to unbox a Sling Box

Larry Dignan: AT&T starts vendor selection for LTE trials; Picks Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Mozilla jumped the gun, add-on malware turns out to be false-positive

Dan Kusnetzky: Cloud impact on mobile solutions

Larry Dignan: Why WAN acceleration is a hot project in IT

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