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Brian Sommer: Quit Spinning - You're Making Me Dizzy
Ryan Naraine: Firefox rushes out fix for password manager bug
Adam O'Donnell: Information Warfare and the 2008 Presidential Election: A Recap
Garrett Rogers: New Google tool called "Moderator" released
Oliver Marks: The productivity dilemma
Richard Koman: 243,112,609 -1: Distributed computing finds largest prime yet
AP: House to vote on $700 billion market bailout
TechCrunch: Motorola Building Up 350-Person Android Team. Nokia Also Sniffing Around.
News.com: Net radio bill passes House
Paul Murphy: Escalation in the storage wars
Sean Portnoy: New chip promises four separate HD streams over Wi-Fi
Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Wall Street's Pain = Tech's Gain
Photos: Top 10 reviews of the week
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Walmart to pull plug on DRM servers
TechRepublic: Using Web 2.0 tools for recruiting, retention, and employee development
GigaOm: The Perfect Apple for the Living RoomAndrew Nusca: Apple won't face lawsuit over iPhone battery life
NYT: Letting Our Fingers Do the TalkingBoomtown: Sue Decker Makes the Yahoogle Case and (Finally) Gets It Right
Video: Ballmer's quest to compete with Google
Tom Foremski: Steve Ballmer comes to Silicon Valley . . .
Christopher Dawson: Back to Windows?
TUAW: Rumor: Is the Apple TV being replaced?
Ryan Stewart: Get your Flash on during the presidential debates
Jason Perlow: Android: It's not about Sex, Excitement, or Cool
Matthew Miller: MobileTechRoundup show #148, T-Mobile G1 Android announcement and discussion
Joe McKendrick: Analyst: SOA governance stymied by lack of standards
Dana Blankenhorn: Does HIMSS hate open source?
Deb Perelman:My Awesome IT Job: Vice President of Security, SuccessFactors
Newsweek: My Blackberry As A Bomb Sniffer?
Heather Clancy: It's still good to be green, whether it's accidental or not
Photos: Cracking open Alienware's Area 51 ALXMichael Krigsman: Why IT projects fail [reverse podcast]
Sean Portnoy: 1080p HDTVs are a harder sell than you might think
Jennifer Leggio: Twitter's Election 2008 - more than a mashup; it's a revenue model
Dennis Howlett: Startup essentials: Dr. Pepper, coffee and accessoriesRoland Piquepaille:Underwater robot moves like an helicopter
Richard Koman: AT&T, Verizon dare Google to adopt opt-in tracking policy
Andrew Nusca: Congress: Open-source for U.S. military
Paul Murphy: More on Microsoft's PC ads
Sam Diaz: Was RIM's Wall Street beating unjustified?
Zack Whittaker: Global security: is study restricted?
Janice Chen: My Favorite Digital Camera Accessories at Photokina: the Lensbaby Composer
Jason O'Grady: Rumor Mill: Some juice on the new MBP (updated)
Richard Koman: In court: iPhone suit dismissed, Qwest conviction reviewed
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