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Mary Jo Foley: Windows 7 to scale to 256 processors
Adam O'Donnell: Happy 20th birthday, internet worm!
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft drops more new codenames, including another 'Mojave'
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex is out
WSJ: Talks Over Google-Yahoo Search Deal Fail to Progress
CNET News: Apple hires top IBM chip designer and blade server guru
Sam Diaz: Sun posts $1.67 billion loss on write-off
Reuters: US appeals court rejects business method patents
Joshua Greenbaum: More optimistic views on the future of enterprise software
Google: What we learned from 1 million businesses in the cloud
Larry Dignan: Motorola: Handset unit spin-off delayed; No Android 'til next Christmas; Layoffs on tap
Caroline McCarthy: The new AOL.com gets all social and stuff
Christopher Dawson: Classroom 2.0 and the joys of Ning
Gallery: 10 Apple patents to watch
Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Ghost Story: Fear of Microsoft Fades
Dana Blankenhorn: Has Chrome fixed its Adobe problem?
I like Windows Mobile and am not ashamed to admit itJason O'Grady: 6GB of RAM possible in new MacBook and MBP
Dan Kusnetzky:Scary virtualization dream for Halloween
Joe Brockmeier: WePC: Intel and Asus forming community, or focus group 2.0?
Joe McKendrick: Best SOA governance is hard to see
Silicon Alley Insider: Revenue Crisis: Here Come The Pro Accounts
Jennifer Leggio: Plurk dissolves into social networking ghost town
Heather Clancy: Eight more states covered under vendor-led tech recycling initiative
Roland Piquepaille:Duplicating your keys without your knowledge
Netflix distribution grab continues: Hooks up with Tivo
Richard Koman: Innocents being sued for game piracy
Christopher Dawson: So where are the Classmates here in the States?
Blankenhorn: Health Care IT a promise too far?