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Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft founds, funds a new open-source foundation
Sam Diaz: Meet Cliq, MotoBlur: Live blog from Motorola-Android announcement
Jennifer Leggio: Facebook introduces @ tagging, tapping Twitter behavior for enhanced engagement
Larry Dignan: Oracle tries to stop Sun's bleeding: Is it too late?
Robin Harris: Will flash DIMMs replace disks or DRAM?
Heather Clancy: Nexsan gear now eligible for utility energy rebates
Dancho Danchev: Cutwail botnet spamming 'IRS unreported income' themed malware
Brian Sommer: Rural IT hubs experiencing new interest?
Richard Koman: Google says it would make books available to Amazon, Copyright Office says deal 'usurps' Congressional role
Kingsley-Hughes: Beware - iPhone OS 3.1 kills tethering and unlock
Dan Kusnetzky: Will software patents delay Cloud Computing's advance?
Ed Bott: Media Center gives digital cable tuners a new lease on life
Andrew Nusca: In South Africa, carrier pigeon faster than broadband
$100 off T-Mobile myTouch 3G, courtesy Oprah Winfrey
Miller: Verizon Touch Pro2 coming 11 September with worldwide calling support
Faceoff on Facebook: comparing all the official mobile clients
Image Gallery: Native mobile Facebook application comparison
Facebook: Tornado: Facebook's Real-Time Web Framework for Python
TechCrunch: After Lengthy Delays, Ning Launches Ning Apps Platform To The Public
Zack Whittaker: What do Google and Microsoft gain from student cloud services?
Rachel King: Five decent quality cameras under $150
Kingsley-Hughes: So, who's planning a Windows 7 launch party?
Harry Fuller: Northeast Passage: here we come
NYT: Listening to Radio on the Web? That's So Last Year
PaidContent: Yahoo's Bartz On Alibaba Stake: ‘Very Good Investment For The Future’
Jennifer Bergen: Sharp announces new Blu-ray player and iPod docks
Jason O'Grady: Jobs responds to iPod touch video snub
Michael Krigsman: News video: Twitter and social networking identity theft
Dana Blankenhorn: Could One Laptop Per Child be a bad thing?
More enterprise users demand search
Recurring problems with Google Checkout
Christopher Dawson: Give Google a break!
Jason D. O'Grady: Mac OS 10.6.1 released, squashes 9 Flash vulnerabilities (updated)
Sean Portnoy: LED HDTV explosion: Sony, Sharp, LG, JVC introduce new sets
Andrew Mager: Quicker than you can say Facebook Lite
Ryan Naraine: Apple plugs 33 Mac OS X security holes, updates Flash on Leopard
iPhone's anti-phishing protection offers inconsistent results
Mary jo Foley: Early licensing details emerge from Microsoft-backed CodePlex Foundation
Heather Clancy: Scientific Conservation technology fights "energy drift"
Harry Fuller: Global warming, bring it on...
Oliver Marks: Successfactors: Execute, Execute, Execute!