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Epicenter: Google's 'Don't Be Evil' Mantra is ‘Bulls**t,’ Adobe Is Lazy: Apple's Steve Jobs (Updated)
Sam Diaz: Microsoft's cloud is hiccuping. Has anyone even noticed?
Matthew Miller: Firefox Mobile version 1.0 now available for the Nokia N900Top-rated reviews of the week (photos)
Tom Foremski: DRMStore wars highlight drawbacks of dedicated e-readers
Garett Rogers: Google dangles the Chrome carrot
Dana Gardner: Time to give server virtualization's twin, storage virtualization, a top place at IT efficiency table
Security skills provide top draw across still challenging U.S. IT jobs landscape
Jennifer Leggio: Modern communities - no longer exclusive clubs
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Core i7 Alienware M15x and M17x available for order
Still using Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC)? Read this!
NYT: Steve Jobs and the Economics of Elitism
Kingsley-Hughes: iPad: Q&A
Christopher Dawson: Constellation program cut: space race no more
Jason Perlow: Obama: The Nuclear President?
Rachel King: Amazon insists that 'millions' of people out there have Kindles
Miller: What was up with the T-Mobile data outage for Google Nexus One owners?
Jason Perlow: Frugal Friday: Apple iPad and Sun/Oracle Wrap-Up
Heather Clancy: Companies road-test greenhouse gas emissions measurement framework
Andrew Nusca: Dell Adamo premium ultraportable drops to $999
Friday Fun: Needy tech support, bad customer service, hellish printers
Dana Blankenhorn: Google and open source, who needs who more?
Joel Evans: 43 seconds with the Android-powered Dell Mini 5
Larry Dignan: Post mortem: Our site fail Wednesday and what went wrong
Michael Krigsman: 'Pain chains' and the IT Devil's Triangle
Paul Greenberg: Facebook - #FAIL in Customer Service - Bad Process, BAD Process
Sean Portnoy: Target Super Bowl HDTV deals include 42-inch 1080p LCD for $499
Doug Hanchard: Internet attack defense: License and registration please...
Harry Fuller: Tesla Stepping Out
Paul Murphy: ZFS/Flash and the climate debacle