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Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

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Ed Bott: A close-up look at the new Office Web Apps

Gallery: Office Web Apps Technical Preview

Mary Jo Foley: Pink and Microsoft Tablet (Take 2): A couple of updates

Ryan Naraine: Microsoft ships one-click 'workaround' for critical SMB2 flaw

Jason Perlow: Why I Can Never Be Exclusive to Linux and Open Source on the Desktop

Photos: Top-rated reviews of the week

Andrew Nusca: With Latitude Z laptop, Dell makes aggressive play for business executives

Garett Rogers: Google calls Apple on their lies

Ed Burnette: What's new in Android 1.6 (Donut)?

Dana Gardner: Caught between peak and valley -- How CIOs survive today, while positioning for tomorrow

NYT: Can Amazon Be Wal-Mart of the Web?

Chris Jablonski: Scientists lay groundwork for an ac-driven quantum motor

Search Engine Land: Eric Schmidt's Favorite Google Product?  Chrome!

Phil Wainewright: The democratization of IT

Gallery: From robo-pills to cyber-surgeons

Richard Koman: Before Google Books, we took on-demand publishing to the streets

Garett Rogers: Google celebrates birthday of H.G. Wells

Paul Murphy: Rocky dreams: Sun's ultraSPARC RT isn't dead

Sam Diaz: WSJ: Expect Net Neutrality rules at FCC speech this week

Christopher Dawson: Will Office Web Apps overcome cloud biases?

Sean Portnoy: Startup firm HDI previews 100-inch laser 3D HDTV

Larry Dignan: Follow up: Yahoo Mail's search bug and customer service

Computerworld: WiMax in 2010: Too little, too late?

Caroline McCarthy: Facebook Beacon has poked its last

Matthew Miller: Zune HD review roundup: excellent hardware and UI, apps lacking

Engadget: Zune HD a major sellout?

Dana Blankenhorn: Does Oracle matter to open source

Heather Clancy: Cisco's accelerating smart grid momentum

Rachel King: How to shoot pictures with overcast skies

Jennifer Bergen: GoGoStand: An inexpensive, wallet-sized way to prop up your iPhone

Harry Fuller: U.S. still thumbing its nose at global warming agreements

Gadget Gal's daily deals: Windows 7, Apple TV, Maximo isolation earphones

Boston Globe: Project ‘Gaydar’

Harry Fuller: Another rude awakening for another biofuel dream

Zack Whittaker: iPhone application for UK university fresher's

Phil Fersht:The art of blog: credibility is in the eye of the beholder

Photos: Fete de Ning in San Francisco

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