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Sam Diaz: Real misses for Q1, swings to loss; mentions "Facet"
Garett Rogers: Wolfram Alpha has Google's attention
Sam Diaz: Vonage shares soar on Q1 profit but watch for churn
Jennifer Bergen: Skype for iPhone at almost 4 million downloads
ZDNet Asia: Google: The cloud is cheaper
Larry Dignan: Why Cisco can't call a bottom: Customers are still reeling
Larry Dignan: Wireless churn wars: T-Mobile lags the pack
Chris Jablonski: Research gives clues for self-cleaning materials, water-striding robots
Joe Brockmeier: Using selfishness to put crowds to work for you
Phil Wainewright: Hybrid cloud or half-hearted kludge?
Zack Whittaker: Dial-up diary: erotically fast broadband
Janice Chen: Garmin adds built-in digital camera to waterproof GPS units
Ed Burnette: Apple to developers: Conform or die
Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Troubleshooting Troubleshooting: Yes, There Is Such A Thing As A System Problem
Matthew Miller: Official Microsoft Facebook app for WM provides video uploads
Dancho Danchev: New Mac OS X email worm discovered
Sam Diaz: Murdoch's plan to fix Web news is a good start but it needs aggregators
Ryan Naraine: Patch Tuesday: Fix coming for PowerPoint zero-day
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Hardware 2.0 'Very Best Kit List' for May/Jun 09
Jennifer Bergen: Amazon Kindle sales to reach $4 billion by 2012?
Jennifer Leggio: What's not dead: Good old-fashioned customer service
Heather Clancy: Green-tech design tool helps clean-tech designer
Richard Koman: The complexity of copyright
Jason Hiner: Business spending on cloud computing rises to $9.6 billion in 2009, up 22%
Dennis Howlett: NEXT09: deconstructing the enterprise gulf
Tom Foremski: Google is really bad at monetizing content: $302m in 2008
Sean Portnoy: Philips rolls out 2009 U.S. home theater lineup. Will anyone buy?
Harry Fuller: When Americans were well-trained
Michael Krigsman: Creating unified strategy to cross the IT / business chasm
Dave Greenfield: New Security Tool: Your Ear
Mary Jo Foley: With Windows 7, 'Genuine' is out; 'Activation' is in
Brian Sommer: Could your software CEO be a TV pitchman? Benioff might...
Dancho Danchev: Cybercriminals promoting malware-friendly search engines
Harry Fuller: Here every day is a Sun-day
Jason D. O'Grady: AT&T considering cutting prices for iPhone service plans
Mary Jo Foley: Nvidia: We're ready for Microsoft this time (no, really)
Dana Blankenhorn: Why the London Olympics is closed source
Larry Dignan: Intel, Novell stump for Moblin netbook OS
ZDNet Asia: Microsoft under fire for ODF glitch in Excel
Dana Blankenhorn: What does open source community mean?
Christopher Dawson: Day 2 of the X2 Aspen Community Conference
Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Samsung LCD HDTV, Sony Walkman, Nikon CoolPix digital camera
Christopher Dawson: Space race or education?
Dan Kusnetzky: Comments on Cisco UCSc
Larry Dignan: Revisiting the ROI of the Kindle DX: Why is Amazon blind to Wi-Fi?