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Larry Dignan: Google: Understanding is the next frontier of search; Meet Wonder Wheel, Google Squared
Sam Diaz: Apple's growth potential: Unleash the iPod Touch
Andrew Nusca: Palm, Sprint to declare Pre launch date May 19th in WSJ; right venue?
Larry Dignan: Yahoo: Tops in display ads; AT&T, Verizon Wireless in ad warMatthew Miller: Microsoft finally shows why the Zune stands out against the iPod
Larry Dignan: AMD grabs back some market share from Intel
Jason D. O'Grady: Tored-A email worm for Mac OS X called "lame"
Dana Blankenhorn: The Obama lesson to Rupert Murdoch
Larry Dignan: IBM takes its streaming computing software commercial
Jason Perlow: Cucku 2.0: Be your own Internet backup service
Richard Koman: Jammie Thomas case heads for retrial
Ryan Naraine: Apple Patch Day: 67 Mac OS X, Safari vulnerabilities
Harry Fuller: If we build it, what will come?
Jennifer Bergen: Twitter traffic triumphs in April
Dennis Howlett: SAPPHIRE09: a view from the cloud
Ryan Naraine: Pirated Windows 7 leads to malware, botnet
Sam Diaz: Wolfram/Alpha details engine's computing power
Larry Dignan: Intel chief: Second quarter orders better than expected; Eyes Sun Sparc customers
Matthew Miller: SlingPlayer Mobile comes to iPhone for $30, WiFi only
Harry Fuller: Climate WARS in WARShington
Richard Koman: BSA says piracy cost $50 billion, awaits its IP czar
Ryan Naraine: D-Link adds CAPTCHA to home routers
Jennifer Bergen: Della: Dell's answer to what women want?
Larry Dignan: Sun's mystery suitor (HP) and how it'll come back into play
Harry Fuller: Is green living just for the rich?
Andrew Nusca: Pure Digital Flip UltraHD mini digital camcorder [review]
Andrew Mager: Google soft-launches public comments
Christopher Dawson: Netbook, notebook, or something else?
Mary Jo Foley: New Microsoft SharePoint 2010 details start to emerge
ZDNet UK: Cisco taps next-gen networks for the cloud
Ryan Naraine: Microsoft plugs 14 PowerPoint security holes
Dave Greenfield: Ban Mobile Devices and Driving
Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Last day of Lenovo sale, Altec Lansing iPod speaker, Zune MP3 player
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's 'Madison' data-warehouse-appliance testing set for July
Richard Koman: Ninth Circuit pokes a few holes in Section 230 immunity
Janice Chen: Hands-on with the Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS3: Wide-angle compact camera, 12x zoom
Richard Koman: Pirate Bay defendant urges DDo$ attack on lawyer
Dana Blankenhorn: The how long and why of China flu panic
Zack Whittaker: Will Windows Vista live to die another day?
Mary Jo Foley: Could this be the hardware spec for Microsoft's Pink phone?
Heather Clancy: Fujitsu cools things down with new PRIMERGY BX900 blade
Andrew Nusca: Will Motorola make T-Mobile's next Google Android phone?
Dan Kusnetzky: Novell PlateSpin Recon 3.6
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows 7 to hit PCs in 2009 - Does this alter your buying plans?
Larry Dignan: Cutting software maintenance costs 101
Larry Dignan: ViewSonic: We want to make a 3G phone too
Dennis Howlett: SAP keynote: Leo Apotheker's appeal for clarity
CIOs discuss their approach to mobile security
Dana Blankenhorn: oFono is Intel hail mary play in mobility
ZDNet Asia: Global piracy on the rise
ZDNet UK: Medieval secrets behind Microsoft research
Andrew Nusca: LaCie debuts 10TB 5big Network NAS RAID; updated 2big Network device
Jason D. O'Grady: Third-gen iPhone only a "modest" upgrade?
Larry Dignan: Rimini Street chief: Where's the maintenance cost 'peace dividend'?