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Globes: In global precedent, Google to hand over blogger's IP address.
The top 10 IT disasters of all time.
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IBM unveils customer service telecom software
Google to enter clean-energy business
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Dave Greenfield: Eight Traits for Building Collaborative Teams
Dan Farber: Seven tenets of the information workspace
Dana Blankenhorn: IBM's push into medical services.
Greenpeace hands game industry low score.
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Christopher Dawson: The Devon IT thin clients are headed back, but thin really is in
Dell to offer Google search devices to businesses.
Dana Blankenhorn: Mulberry open source code is now out.
Ars Technica: New plastic optical fiber could solve the "last mile" conundrum. Larry Dignan: Mozilla patches Firefox latest protocol handlingbug; other items. Google’s Gdrive allegedly coming; Still late to the party.
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ReadWriteWeb: Brightcove Gives Up on Consumer Video.
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