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Ryan Naraine: Apple adds malware blocker in Snow Leopard
Sam Diaz: Salesforce opens cloud to resellers, expanding AppExchange
Andrew Nusca: PC vs. Mac: 'If you're ready to compromise, you call me'
Andrew Nusca: Liveblog: Sony announces $399 7" Wi-Fi 3G e-book Reader; will it kill the Kindle?
Larry Dignan: Google vs. Bing: The global battle
Larry Dignan: Why social networking tools will go enterprise: All your employees are using them
Sam Diaz: Frustrated developers and scrutiny of other apps: Are things falling apart at Apple's app store?
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Is Apple worried by Windows 7?
Oliver Marks: The Quality vs Quantity Online Relationships Conundrum
Christopher Dawson: EasyBib goes freemium!
Tom Foremski: MIDs and netbooks - half the size, half the experience - Solomon type design
Ed Bott: Snow Leopard upgrade: what's in it for me?
Sam Diaz: RSS: A good idea at the time but there are better ways now
Zack Whittaker: Microsoft and their Photoshop diversity policy
Heather Clancy: Vicious cycle: Climate change stresses grid. Outages occur. Repeat.
Andrew Nusca: Tech startup creates State Dept.-approved educational games for Middle East
Ryan Naraine: High-risk vulnerabilities hit Google Chrome
Dana Gardner: Cloud computing uniquely enables product and food recall processes across supply chains
Joe McKendrick: Study: unified communications doesn't deliver -- yet
Michael Krigsman: Five ways to avoid Enterprise 2.0 failure
Harry Fuller: Colbert heats up global warming
Matthew Miller: Sony eBook Store version 3.0 software now available for Apple and Windows
Richard Koman: ISP that cut off Pirate Bay hit hard, site is back online in hours
CNET: SCO Group wins Unix copyright appeal
Ed Burnette: ATI releases beta SDK with OpenCL CPU support
Andrew Nusca: BlackBerry Bold (AT&T) to receive software update today; visual voicemail
Richard Koman: UK caves to Hollywood, orders net cut-off for 'hardcore' downloaders
Joe McKendrick: Will vendors finally force SOA and BPM to mingle?
ZDNet UK: Critics lash back again disconnecting UK file-sharers
Ted Schadler: Survey your workforce to understand their technology needs
Jason D. O'Grady: Developer calls for Apple to eliminate App Store review process
Dana Blankenhorn: Health insurance is an oxymoron
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft System Center VM Manager update goes gold
Heather Clancy: Sign up to power down on Thursday. Benefit a 'wounded warrior.'
ZDNet UK: UK may disconnect suspected file sharers
Larry Dignan: Yahoo picks up Arabic portal Maktoob; Bets on Middle East as emerging market
Dana Blankenhorn: What really happened to Wikipedia
Rachel King: Five stylish alternatives to the typical camera bag
Dan Kusnetzky: Parallels Desktop Switch to Mac Edition: An alternative to Windows 7?
Larry Dignan: Rackspace launches cloud app partner portal
GameSpot: First US gaming, texting addiction clinic opens
Dancho Danchev: Research: 80% of Web users running unpatched versions of Flash/Acrobat
CNET: Report: Cisco wireless LAN at risk from 'skyjack' attack
Larry Dignan: McAfee: Jessica Biel is the most dangerous celeb in cyberspace
Dan Kusnetzky: Tranxition: Virtualizing your desktop personality