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Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Die IE6! DIE!!!
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Dana Blankenhorn: Open source still not the first option
Heather Clancy: Sprint: Give us your tired mobile phones, we'll recycle them
Jason D. O'Grady: iPhone SDK references camera, flash, zoom and video conferencing
Jason Perlow: Close Encounter with a Customer Carebot
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Mary Jo Foley: Windows XP downgrade suit against Microsoft is dismissed
Doug Hanchard: Women to serve aboard U.S. Navy submarines
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