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Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft releases to select testers updated IE 8 build
Ryan Naraine: Window Snyder leaves Mozilla
Dennis Howlett: SAP: "We made a mistake"
TechRepublic: The industry's 10 best IT certifications
Larry Dignan: Yahoo settles shareholder suit; Alters severance plans
Review: Dell XPS One 24 (PRODUCT) RED desktop computer (Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200, 750GB HDD, 4GB)
Mary Jo Foley: Webcast: What's on Microsoft's plate for 2009?
Google: 2008 Year-End Google Zeitgeist
Jason O'Grady: Firmware updates released for all new MacBooks
Garett Rogers: Gmail SMS feature is back!
Forrester: Mark Twain, US Politics, and the state of enterprise BI
Zack Whittaker: Dissertation cheats: the dark, corrupt slice of the Internet
Deb Perelman: The steep price of good technology
Michael Krigsman: 6 tips to avoid security policy failure
Sam Diaz: Obama's Broadband plan: offering and waiting for details
CNET News: TV has license to kill movies at iTunes, Netflix
Webware: Google doubles Street View coverage in U.S.
MacRumors: Latest Firefox 3.1 Beta Adds Multi-Touch Support
Oliver Marks: Warfare 2.0, 1940's Style
TechCrunch: Google To Take Chrome Out Of Beta
Hey Sergey: Where's my Mac version of Chrome?
Gallery: Is this the next generation of mini laptops?
Roland Piquepaille:A telescope in a cubic kilometer of ice
Andrew Nusca: Reports: Android invasion coming this summer
Laptop Magazine: MSI to Demo Touchscreen Wind, Release Wind U110, Wind U115 and U300 in U.S.
Matthew Miller: Instantly upload your photos to Evernote with your Eye-Fi card
Christopher Dawson:One Call Now works like a champ
Harry Fuller: Green Tech Bubble Deflation--Matches General Economy?
Dana Blankenhorn: File your open source code with Linux Defenders
BoomTown: AOL Gets More Social With Renovation of Bebo (But There's Much More to Come)
Technology Review: Are Social Networks Sinking?
PCWorld: Verizon Aims for LTE Deployment in 2009
Richard Koman: Dems blast FCC chief Martin for 'bad manners'
HP to offer SUSE desktop Linux to business, education customers
Virtualization to put consumer tech in the workplace
Nortel explores bankruptcy
The future? Man falls in love with robot
25% of employed email users say they check email even when they have taken a sick day