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Larry Dignan: VMware to step up data center automation game
Sam Diaz: White House not equipped to hold keys to the Internet
Richard Koman: Sony lines up with Google over Books deal
Dancho Danchev: Source code for Skype eavesdropping trojan in the wild
Jennifer Bergen: Apple App Store sells twice as many apps as Android Market
Jason Perlow: Apple's Snow Leopard Completely Blows It Virtually
Richard Koman: GPS nails iPhone thieves - shopping at Walmart
Sam Diaz: Will the FCC's inquiries about wireless market be a waste of time?
Garett Rogers: Microsoft screwing themselves while they try to screw Google
Matthew Miller: Soulbytes provide professionally narrated inspiration
Tom Foremski: Where have all the blogs gone?
Sam Diaz: Intel raises Q3 outlook; shares rising
Christopher Dawson: Ummm...sorry...I only Facebook
Andrew Nusca: How desktop virtualization will end IT client hardware maintenance (and kill off Best Buy's Geek Squad)
Phil Fersht: Facebook: the twenty-to-one rule
David Morgenstern: Snow Leopard's 'restricted' applications
Tom Foremski: Silicon Valley has one hand tied behind its back
Dennis Howlett: Weekend fun: Gartner Hype Cycles revista
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft makes standalone Hyper-V R2 server available for download
Janice Chen: Sony's new Alpha DSLR-A850: First full-frame dSLR under $2,000
Dana Gardner: Nimble business process management helps enterprises gain rapid productivity returns
Sam Diaz: Reports: China Unicom to sell iPhone
Heather Clancy: Search engine lets you earn 'swag' on behalf of reforestation program
Robin Harris: Snow Leopard fixes disk capacity bug
Rachel King: Apple to add digital camera to classic iPod?
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft: No IE 8 tab-hang fix in the works
Dana Blankenhorn: SaaS puts small medical foundations on fast forward
Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: BlackBerry Tour 3G, Portable USA digital picture frame, Logitech Pure Fi iPod speaker
Andrew Nusca: David Byrne: 'Inevitably someone will hack the Kindle'
Christopher Dawson: Will Wikipedia ever be legitimate?
Sam Diaz: Iomega's NAS: Is the mainstream ready for network storage?
Jason D. O'Grady: The impact of installing Rosetta on Snow Leopard (Spoiler: none)
Zack Whittaker: Map a network drive to your online SkyDrive, Amazon S3 or Google Apps
Rachel King: Mintpass designing digital camera and frame package
Andrew Nusca: Apple: Cracked European iPhones show outside pressure
Zack Whittaker: Universities should embrace existing online identities
Brian Sommer: A Peek Ahead - A Technology That Should Get More Visibility
Andrew Mager: Spotify redefines streaming music
Dan Kusnetzky: Snow Leopard Blues - Users of Exchange 2003 should avoid this update
Sean Portnoy: More cool HDTVs are announced for Asia; we wait to find out if we'll ever see them here
Paul Murphy: Vindications: ah, the week that was
Robin Harris: Apple kicks ZFS in the butt
Jason Perlow: Frugal Friday: SONY e-book readers, SCO, Snow Leopard, SCALE Computing
Heather Clancy: University to publish energy metrics via social networking
Jason D. O'Grady: Facebook 3.0 for iPhone released and reviewed
David Morgenstern: Snow Leopard's RTF, Rosetta handling: Beware of changed behaviors
Ryan Naraine: Apache.org hit by SSH key compromise
Heather Clancy: AMD recaps 2008 green and sustainability initiatives
Dana Blankenhorn: Health IT start-ups can avoid the political minefield
Andrew Nusca: Apple working on 10", 13", 15" tablets [rumor mill]
Phil Wainewright: When is a cloud not a cloud?
Rachel King: Fall digital camcorder release round-up
ZDNet Australia: 64-bit Snow Leopard defaults to 32-bit kernel
Dana Blankenhorn: Aussies give open source golden crumbs from Microsoft table
Dancho Danchev: Snow Leopard's malware protection only scans for two Trojans
Mary Jo Foley: No Microsoft Office Web Apps test build in August, after all
Jason Hiner: Over 75% of organizations haven't upgraded to latest Microsoft Office
CNET: Italian regulators examine Google News
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Corsair launches 8/12GB high-speed memory kits for Core i5/i7 CPUs
Dan Kusnetzky: Doing the trade show dance