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Ed Burnette: Meet Nook: Barnes and Noble's sexy new book reader
Sam Diaz: Yahoo: Major businesses have stabilized; update on Microsoft deal
Larry Dignan: Sun cuts 3,000 jobs as Oracle takeover twists in regulator limbo
Sam Diaz: AT&T encourages employees to speak out against net neutrality
Jason D. O'Grady: Apple shuffles consumer lineup; iMac, MacBook, Mac mini, mouse updated
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: How long until Windows 7 market share beats Mac OS X Leopard/Snow Leopard? Tom Foremski: There is no Google phone . . .
Matthew Miller: Videos and details reveal features of the Nokia N900 Internet Tablet
Jennifer Leggio: PR + Google Wave: When opportunity meets overkill
Jason Perlow: Who's a candidate for Desktop Linux? Your Kids.
Ryan Naraine: Google Voice mails exposed for all to see and hear
Larry Dignan: HP's Hurd: Cloud computing has its limits (especially when you face 1,000 attacks a day)
David Morgenstern: Apple releases new wireless "magic" multitouch mouse
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Intel debuts Core i7 960
Larry Dignan: Gartner: Cloud computing, analytics top 2010 strategic tech list
Dana Blankenhorn: mySQL founders fork on the post-Oracle future
Andrew Nusca: Apple's $19 remote gets aluminum refresh; control iPod, iPhone, Mac
Paul Greenberg: Finally! A Three-Cornered Consulting Service for Enterprise 2.0
Harry Fuller: What's a brick?
Christopher Dawson: Hannah Montana's good, but Ubuntu Kidsafe would be better
Harry Fuller: Copenhagen may not see any real agreement on greenhouse gases
Andrew Nusca: Jabra Stone reimagines Bluetooth headsets; 'MacBook Air' of earpieces
Jason Perlow: EvriChart: A Linux Success Story
Mary Jo Foley: Meet the father of Microsoft SharePoint: Jeff Teper
Zack Whittaker: One second: The time it takes to wipe three years of work
TechCrunch: Exclusive: Yahoo's VP Applications Scott Dietzen Calls It Quits
Brian Sommer: Demand this from software vendors
Ed Bott: Windows XP Mode Q and A
Dana Gardner: SOA user survey defines latest ESB trends, middleware use patterns
Doug Hanchard: Electronic voting: Changing the world faster than a Windows upgrade
David Morgenstern: Will Apple find El Dorado in Beijing?
Robin Harris: DRAM errors in embedded systems
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft releases Windows-7-friendly version of Desktop Optimization Pack
Dennis Howlett: Gartner in the dock over Magic Quadrant
Mary Jo Foley: SharePoint 2010 SKUs multiply like rabbits
Paula Rooney: Updegrove: Obama should give FOSS equal treatment
Larry Dignan: Graphic of the day: Cloud computing, e-book readers at peak of hype cycle
Dana Blankenhorn: No such thing as a free school lunch
ZDNet UK: LHC cooled to operational temperatures
Ryan Naraine: GAO report: NASA at 'high risk' of data breach
Rachel King: NPR and Livio partner for Wi-Fi radio device
Larry Dignan: The business-to-business of Gist
ZDNet Asia: Rogue security programs are 'ongoing threat'
Sean Portnoy: Asus' wireless HDMI streamer coming next month?
Matthew Miller: Hands-on with the Sprint Samsung Intrepid Windows Phone
Heather Clancy: HP's kinder, gentler stance toward printer paper
Phil Wainewright: What EuroCloud means for SaaS in Europe
Dana Blankenhorn: Nimsoft takes another step forward in cloud monitoring
Larry Dignan: Art of the software deal can get messy
Dan Kusnetzky: Another side of the SCO story
Rachel King: Canon introduces EOS-1D Mark IV Digital SLR Camera