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- Verizon's quarter holds up; Metrics mixed; Mum on Storm units
- After charges, Sun's loss turns to gain; beats estimates
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Joe Brockmeier: I am Linux (and so can you!)
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: First look - Internet Explorer 8 RC1
- Andrew Nusca: IE8 lock-in warning for XP SP3 users
Jason Hiner: IT jobs outlook for 2009: The good and the bad
Phil Fersht: What goes around comes around
Dana Blankenhorn: How much should government commit to open source?
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft releases source code under an Apache license
Dancho Danchev: Google Video search results poisoned to serve malware
Jason D. O'Grady: The irony of Apple packaging
Phil Wainewright: Oracle puts a price on single-tenancy
Larry DIgnan: EMC: IT spending to fall; Little visibility into 2009
Christopher Dawson: Keeping the convertible for a while
Dana Blankenhorn: Try the extended warranty for health care
Tom Foremski: Microsoft's data privacy balancing act
David Morgenstern: MacScan releases free Mac trojan removal tool
Matthew Miller: Will we ever see a Sony PSP 2?
Paul Miller: Managing the flow at Davos
Sheri McLeish: Free and freer: Lotus Symphony could be your unsung hero
Michael Krigsman: 5 tips to reduce outsourcing risk
Ed Burnette: PDT 2.0: New tools for PHP developers
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