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Larry Dignan: TiVo sues AT&T, Verizon over DVR patents
Richard Koman: MSFT appeals judge's block of Word
Mary Jo Foley: Open source file-system vendor signs patent deal with Microsoft
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows Update kills PowerPoint feature
Jason D. O'Grady: Apple confirms malware protection in Snow Leopard
Wired: The Good Enough Revolution: When Cheap and Simple Is Just Fine
Christopher Dawson: Inching closer to the perfect e-reader for students
Larry Dignan: IBM, Wipro, Tata, Infosys win BP IT outsourcing deal
Search Engine Land: Bing Continues With Fake Referrers: What Part Of Stop Don't They Understand?
Jason Perlow: Do You Have the Techno Mojo to Survive an Apocalypse?
Harry Fuller: Cash for clunkers: top sellers, lead junkers
Andrew Nusca: Hollywood studios offer 'download to own' DivX movies online; Film Fresh the new iTunes?
CNet News: ‘Arrandale’ chip will be an Intel laptop first
What should the next MacBook look like? Cost?
Threat Level: ‘The Analyzer’ Pleads Guilty in $10 Million Bank-Hacking Case
Larry Dignan: HP lands deal to cook up next-gen American Airlines IT system
FBHive: Facebook Screenshots Reveal Upcoming Features?
Smart Planet: Smelling death electronically
Dennis Howlett: Enterprise 2.0: what a crock
Amazon Web Services rolls out Virtual Private Cloud: Enterprise customer tipping point on deck?
Christopher Dawson: linux-for-education.org = a huge resource
Joe McKendrick: SOA security: isn't SOA itself a security solution?
Phil Wainewright: WebEx chief quits Cisco for Salesforce.com
Dana Blankenhorn: Open source revolution at Sony
Heather Clancy: Foundation floats notion of e-waste offset certificates
Brian Sommer: The Math Behind Accenture’s Restructuring
Chris Jablonski: LEGO toys and Shrinky Dinks aid in development of microfluidics
James Staten: With DataSynapse, TIBCO looks to both present and future
Jason Perlow: Oh No, Not Again! Rapid Repair Eviscerates SONY Playstation 3 Slim
Matthew Miller: Nokia Money to provide financial services to the unbanked
Richard Koman: Another torrent site slapped down
Jennifer Leggio: What is the future of influence?
Cyberattackers lay more 'stepping stones'
Harry Fuller: 350 or bust?
Engadget: Archos' Android-based A5S and A5H Internet Tablets outed by FCC?
Tom Foremski: Creating a new data type to better model risky outcomes
Rachel King: Poll: What kind of camcorder do you own?
Andrew Nusca: Sirius XM debuts SkyDock; control satellite radio with iPhone, iPod touch
Opera 10 release candidate available
Twitter still not 'serious' enough for business
Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Sanyo Xacti HD camcorder, Logitech cordless mouse, Asus LCD monitor
Dan Kusnetzky:Hershey Entertainment - a profile of a Vkernel user
Robin Harris: Apricorn's 4 TB hard card: PCI RAID array pt. 1
SaaS in tough times: Don't just survive, thrive
HP: Printing just ain't what it used to be
Harry Fuller: Ribosome damage=dead bees
Dana Blankenhorn: How bad will swine flu be, really?