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Michael Krigsman: Are Twitter direct messages safe?

Richard Koman: FCC to announce net neutrality principles

Larry Dignan: So long Zimbra and so much for Yahoo Office dreams

Andrew Nusca: Dell to buy Perot Systems for $3.9 billion

Sam Diaz: Palm's growth plan: Can it work in a changing mobile market?

Andrew Mager: Foursquare has a business model before Twitter

Jennifer Leggio: Six hazards of playing Foursquare

Larry Dignan: Google's book settlement: Here comes the DOJ and likely deal tweaks

ZDNet UK: EC reveals details of Intel antitrust breaches

Larry Dignan: Should Apple buy Sonos?

Jason Perlow: Frugal Tech Show with Centrify CEO Tom Kemp

Sam Diaz: Wireless service boosters: A good idea but we shouldn't have to pay extra

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's Bing search share up to 9.3 percent

Phil Wainewright: Computing by the people, for the people

Sam Diaz: Would you buy a personal supercomputer (for $8K)?

Andrew Nusca: Hands-on with the Motorola CLIQ smartphone [review]

Harry Fuller: Global warming: relax, nothing is going to happen

Dennis Howlett: Move over Enterprise 2.0, it's now Social Business Design

Harry Fuller: "Bravo!" says Brammo. The hope for equal treatment under the law.

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Has iPhone OS 3.1 battered your battery?

Jennifer Bergen: Barnes & Noble iPhone apps surpass 1 million downloads

Zack Whittaker: Google Apps and Facebook's recent inbox controversies

Dana Gardner: Web data services extend business intelligence depth and breadth across social, mobile, web domains

Heather Clancy: Developers plan integrated platform for managing energy, resource conservation goals

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft trims MVP benefits, allows shareholders say on executives' pay

Tom Foremski: Dirty laundry aired in Intel/EU anti-trust fight

Larry Dignan: EC ramps up PR war with Intel (by publishing 518 page decision)

Robin Harris: What does 6 Gbit SATA mean to you?

Christopher Dawson: Google Edu Apps vs. Microsoft Web Apps: Should I have waited?

Dana Gardner: Process isomorphism: The critical link between SOA and BPM

Oliver Marks: Social Business in Action - Establishing Excellence

Joe McKendrick: Cloud offers SOA apps a 'venue to stretch their legs'

Andy Smith: The best VoIP solution is ...

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: HP Pavilion notebook, Samsung HDTV, Canon PowerShot digital camera

Sheri McLeish: Listen to iWorkers to improve productivity and morale

Andrew Nusca: Seagate's 2TB Barracuda XT, world's first SATA 6Gbps HDD

Andrew Nusca: Netgear debuts 1TB Stora consumer NAS; $229

Dana Blankenhorn: How health reform and health IT reform are linked

ZDNet UK: HP heads into battle over virtual networking

Joe McKendrick: Twenty percent of SOA value from service reuse; where's the other 80%?

Rachel King: Five funky, alternative cameras

Dana Blankenhorn: Open source does not work well for bad guys

Michael Krigsman: Six types of IT project failure

CNET: Google Docs items to show up in search

Mary Jo Foley: Final Microsoft Security Essentials due in 'a few weeks'

ZDNet Australia: Ubuntu reveals plans for Lucid Lynx

Matthew Miller: Review: iPod nano 5th generation gives you 16 video recording modes

Jason D. O'Grady: Moving your iTunes library the right way

Heather Clancy: IBM, Consert disclose initial data from smart grid trial in North Carolina

Richard Koman: Justice Dept. devastates Google Books settlement, as the parties rush to the back rooms

Jason Hiner: How to save the PC: A petition to Microsoft and Apple

Dan Kusnetzky: Mac RX to the rescue

Larry Dignan: The 10 biggest moments in IT history

BNET: The Business of Golf: How High-Tech Gadgets Can Improve Your Game

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