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Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Office Web Apps go to testers: Ten things to know
Sam Diaz: Palm: 823,000 smartphone units shipped; Outlook lumpy
John Morris: AMD, Intel battle for the mainstream - how low can quad-core go?
Larry Dignan: Andreessen joins HP's board
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's newest Windows 7 promotion: $30 price tag for students
Andrew Nusca: HP DreamScreen a wireless photo frame with Facebook, Pandora
Michael Krigsman: CRM success: An IT failures virtual town hall meeting
Tom Foremski: Green shoots in Silicon Valley and the PowerPoint recovery
Janice Chen: New Pentax K-x dSLR dishes up HD video for under $650
Sam Diaz: Music execs crying about royalties again; Time for a start-over
Harry Fuller: Before Copehagen, there'll be Pittsburgh, and then there'll be...
Sean Portnoy: California screenin': Majority of residents oppose big-screen TV ban
Dave Greenfield: Spigit Curbs Sharepoint Waste
Christopher Dawson: Document your network now...save pain later
Harry Fuller: Car news from Frankfurt. Color it green.
Andrew Nusca: Navigon adds real-time traffic info to iPhone app
Dion Hinchcliffe: Going beyond the hype: Identifying Enterprise 2.0 best practices
Ryan Naraine: Remote exploit released for Windows Vista SMB2 worm hole
Sam Diaz: How did Craigslist manage to become the king of classifieds?
Jason D. O'Grady: Battery preservation and 'Desktop Mode'
Jennifer Leggio: SocialChangeCamp aims to bring social awareness to NYC
Ryan Naraine: Firefox Flash patch nudge working, but...
Andrew Nusca: Why pre-roll app ads on the Zune HD are a dealbreaker
Larry Dignan: HP Software CTO: Virtualization and cloud sourcing sprawl likely
Heather Clancy: Core4 challenges traditional data center cooling technology
CNET: Twitter users get phone calls
Larry Dignan: Joltid vs. Skype: Is there a workaround?
Michael Krigsman: 7 fundamentals of IT project success
Matthew Miller: MobileTechRoundup show #182, Moto CLIQ, ZuneHD, iPod nano, HP Envy
Andrew Nusca: LG debuts WIDEBOOK 16:9 HD media laptops; LED backlit, Intel Core 2 Duo
Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Dell Studio XPS desktop, Sony Walkman sale, Western Digital external HDD
Chris Jablonski: New protocol enables interoperability among telesurgical systems
Larry Dignan: A complicated relationship: Oracle's database business gets SAP'd
Rachel King: Poll: How often do you use your pocket camera?
Dana Blankenhorn: The forge as a customer club
CNET: IBM data center gets energy overhaul
Dana Blankenhorn: Companies to offer free foreign travel for their sick
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Are you worried that your cellphone is harming you?
Jason Hiner: CIO Jury: Cloud funding is on the rise, but big security questions linger
Dan Kusnetzky: Mailspect taming unstructured Email data