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Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

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Ed Bott:

How good is Microsoft's free antivirus software?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Security Essentials: What wannabe testers need to know

Sam Diaz: Does Sprint need its own Mac vs. PC commercial to lure subscribers?

Larry Dignan: RIM: We "don't fret" new competition; reports solid Q1, outlook

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Microsoft's IE8 "Get the facts" campaign - heavy on propaganda, light on facts

Jason Hiner: Here we go again: Lines for iPhone 3G S reportedly already forming

Richard Koman: China's not backing down but Green Dam Girl fights back

Jennifer Bergen: Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 4000 with BlueTrack technology

Paul Miller: New York Times embraces Linked Data

Sam Diaz: Intel's name game: Switching to good-better-best to reduce complexity

PC makers are lying to you about battery life


Dancho Danchev: Fake Microsoft patches themed malware campaigns spreading

Joe McKendrick: 10 data center paradoxes -- out of complexity comes simplicity

'Golden Cash' network - rent a botnet

James Staten: Your Thoughts: How mature are cloud computing services?

Larry Dignan: iPhone 3G S expectations: 500,000 units sold over the weekend

Garett Rogers: Google Flipper on the way?

CIO Jury: iPhone has no place in business

Phil Fersht: Who said outsourcing was a security risk?

Andrew Nusca: Enterprise ripe for green disruption, Samsung VP says

Jason O'Grady96+ new features in iPhone 3.0

Rachel King: Two Nikon press conferences scheduled for late summer

Andrew Nusca: IBM to invest $100 million in mobile research

Internetnews: Comcast Embraces IPv6

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