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Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's message to IT pros: Meet us half way with Windows 7
Larry Dignan: Google Wave hits developers; Bug hunt begins
Andrew Mager: Palm webOS 1.2 released; LinkedIn syncing, email filtering, Amazon downloads, and faster transitions
Andrew Nusca: New details on Apple tablet emerge; two versions, Jan. 2010
Christopher Dawson: Google Docs keeps getting better in Ed
Dana Blankenhorn: How the health IT gold rush game will be played
Larry Dignan: EarthLink big plan to make dial-up faster: Use mobile sites
Heather Clancy: Now there's a switch: New Belkin surge protector timed to power down certain outlets
Gallery: A greener home, room by room
Dancho Danchev: Chinese hackers launch targeted attacks against foreign correspondents
Dana Gardner: Akamai joins industry push for rich and fast desktop virtualization services
Sam Diaz: The new Dell: innovation, not just standards, to attract business customers
Rachel King: ZDNet readers pick Canon as favorite camera brand
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: First Look: Microsoft Security Essentials
Jennifer Bergen: Queen offers new greatest hits album exclusively for Logitech Squeezebox Radio
Andrew Nusca: AT&T, Garmin finally announce nuvifone G60 GPS smartphone; $299
Ed Bott: Can you upgrade an old XP PC to Windows 7? Should you?
Dana Blankenhorn: The Android-Cyanogen kerfluffle
Andrew Nusca: Jesubi streamlines, automates CRM software to wring more productivity from your sales team
Dennis Howlett: The burnout risks for E2.0 community managers
Chris Jablonski: Researchers give brain implants a nanotube-coat to boost performance
Joe McKendrick; SOA, event driven architecture will be in smart systems everywhere
Sean Portnoy: HDTVs sales back on the rise, but smaller, cheaper sets may dominate
Harry Fuller: What value research? In this case a cool billion dollars.
Tom Foremski: Forrester: Much larger than expected decline in 2009 US IT buys
TR Dojo: Five Windows 7 features that enterprises may love
Tom Foremski: Will cloud computing services get a boost from low IT spending?
Larry Dignan: Adobe CEO Narayen joins Dell board
Harry Fuller: What do Bill Gates and other billionaires see as the world's #1 problem?
Dancho Danchev: Research: Small DIY botnets prevalent in enterprise networks
CNET: Microsoft makes business case for Windows 7
Oliver Marks: How To Sell Collaborative Business Performance Internally
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: What will the fallout be from Microsoft Security Essentials?
Larry Dignan: Newton's return? Apple rehires guru behind its PDA bomb
Matthew Miller: iPhone app review: MessagEase text entry method
Ryan Naraine: Hacker ships tool to circumvent China's Green Dam filter
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: HP silent on Core i7-based Elite Pavilion PC problems
Dave Greenfield: Facebook, Wrong Again!
Larry Dignan: Akamai aims to bring HDTV to the Web
ZDNet UK: U.S. willing to let go of Icann
Matthew Miller: Sony helping independent authors get books on the eBook Store
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's Courier tablet: A Franklin Covey planner on steroids?
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Microsoft Security Essentials available today
Matthew Miller: Review: Spb Mobile Shell 3.5 for Windows Mobile
Mary Jo Foley: Windows Home Server Power Pack 3 delayed to after Windows 7 launch
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Palm's App Catalog submission process is very broken ...
Rachel King: Understanding the importance of photo composition
Larry Dignan: Is Barry Diller delusional?
ZDNet UK: Vodafone to sell iPhone in U.K.
Dana Blankenhorn: If open source were a monopoly
ZDNet Asia: Japanese researchers downplay super CPU effort
Christopher Dawson: Hey, Princeton! You should have waited for Sony
Zack Whittaker: XP to Vista? No, if it ain't broken, don't upgrade it
Rachel King: Nokia N86 packs a powerful digital camera
Dennis Howlett: Is the enterprise market tipping towards SaaS?
Ryan Naraine: Windows SMB2 exploit now public; Expect in-the-wild attacks soon
Dan Kusnetzky: HP Thin Client Questions
Tom Foremski: The coming "big crunch" - IT systems will start failing on a large scale