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Andrew Nusca: Broadband tax credit cut from stimulus bill

Andrew Nusca: Twitter and the dangers of clickjacking

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to follow Apple with its own family of retail stores

Larry Dignan: Netflix adds 600,000 subscribers since Jan 1; Tops 10 million subscriber mark

Sean Portnoy: Bad Gas? Pioneer officially ditches TVs, Vizio abandons plasmas

Larry Dignan: Facebook: We were worth $3.7 billion

Dana Gardner: Who makes most rain from IBM-Amazon cloud deal? Oracle.

Sam Diaz: Apple's video cloud: A first step toward a new direction?

Dana Blankenhorn: The open source value of responsibility

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft ThinkWeeks a thing of the past?

Matthew Miller: Exclusive hands-on: Android beats the iPhone to full GPS voice navigation

Mary Jo Foley: Report: July 1 kick-off for Windows 7 free-upgrade program still likely

Mary jo Foley: Microsoft-hosted e-mail for educational users now named 'Outlook Live'

Garett Rogers: Google killed the radio... ads

Richard Koman: New pics for Lincoln's b-day

Matthew Miller: TouchDown Exchange client for Google Android improves calendar functionality

IT Dojo: Answers to five questions about IPv6

Adam O'Donnell: Microsoft announces industry alliance, $250k reward to combat Conficker

Larry Dignan: Did YouTube just find some monetization help?

Andrew Nusca: Authors: Kindle 2 text-to-speech undermines audio books

Jason D. O'Grady: 29 screws

Harry Fuller: Shocking discovery harnesses free energy

Jason Perlow: Wowwee's Top 10 Love-Starved Androids (and yeah, the toys are on sale)

Christopher Dawson: The top 10 things you'd change about your SIS

Richard Koman: EU to extend copyright to 95 years

Larry Dignan: McAfee delivers solid fourth quarter, first quarter outlook

Robin Harris: Why ComCast hates - and fears - the Internet

Dennis Howlett: Dump ERP: a Valentine's message

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Dell Studio XPS 13 - First look

Jason D. O'Grady: Garmin nuvifone G60 details trickle out

Larry Dignan: Garmin and Asus to show off nuvifones; Will anyone buy them?

Joe McKendrick: SOA and cloud bonding: is this good, or too risky?

Harry Fuller: ethaNO

Dana Gardner: WSO2 announces componentized framework for expansive SOA deployment and integration

Dan Kusnetzky: Riding herd on the cloud with DataSynapse's Federator

Larry Dignan: Laid off? Don't leave your personal security with your former employer

Andrew Nusca: Will Wikipedia fail?

Jason D. O'Grady: Spy shot: Next-gen iPhone?

Ryan Naraine: Apple Patch Day: Gaping Mac OS X, Safari holes

Paul Greenberg: A CRM Public Service - A Small (Contemporary) Resource Library

Doug Washburn: Five reasons to consider PC power management

Dana Blankenhorn: Legal shoe drops on vaccine-autism link