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Garett Rogers: Google gains share again, should Microsoft give up?
Christopher Dawson: Can Dell compete on cost anymore?
Dancho Danchev: Typosquatting the U.S presidential election - a security risk?
Larry Dignan: Apple puts on back-to-school full court press
WSJ: Verizon, Google Close To Mobile Search DealSam Diaz: Candid shots from Intel Developer Forum (right)
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft reorgs its search group
Richard Koman: Comcast undecided on network management scheme
Ars Technica: Fair use gets a fair shake: YouTube tot to get day in court
Jennifer Leggio: Echo chamber: Social media strategists are talking to themselves
TechRepublic: Why don't you get anything done?
Dennis Howlett: IKEA's mixed bag of IT investments
Christopher Dawson: And some photos of the new Classmate prototype
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Dana Blankenhorn: Is visibility the key open source value?
Paul Murphy: From Chapter Two: The appliance computing cultureDana Gardner: Pulse provides novel training and tools configuration resource to aid in developer education, preparedness
Dan Kusnetzky: Hyperic CloudStatus adds Google App Engine monitoring
Kingsley-Hughes: Catalyst 8.8 drivers released, brings Hybrid Graphics support to XP
Webware: Zoho launches document sharing service
Jeremiah Owyang: What Facebook's New ‘Engagement Advertising’ Means to Brands
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Harry Fuller: When will cleantech be profitable? How about Q2, 2008!
TechCrunch: New C-SPAN Sites Get Way Unboring With YouTube, Twitter, Qik, Flash...
Salon: Has Palm gotten its groove back?
Matthew Miller: HTC Dream Android device may be available on October 13th for $199
Video: Moore's Law to last 40 more years?
Dell bets on Salesforce.com's platform as a service
Infinite Loop: Microsoft demands Xbox LIVE iPhone app to be set free
Andrew Nusca: Reader Poll: Which mouse should I choose?
Jason O'Grady: Class action suit filed over Apple's 3G speed claims