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Sony's 10 greatest tech flops

Sony has had many successes, but not everything hits it big. read more »

5 things new users should do with Ubuntu Linux

Installed an open source OS? Follow these first steps read more »

Oracle-SAP suit won't clear third-party support fog

Oracle CEO focuses the case on intellectual property read more »

Blekko execs talk search engine strategy

Skrenta talks to Marketing VP Markson about plans and strategies read more »

Four good reasons to try Linux Mint 10

An excellent, easy alternative to Ubuntu read more »

Reports of Linux desktop death are greatly exagerated

Open source OS is still alive and kicking, despite what Microsoft may say read more »

How to donate bandwidth to support Ubuntu Linux

Help spread desktop Linux read more »

The genius of tiles and hubs in Windows Phone 7

A different visual approach for phone software read more »

The desktop Linux dream is dead

The time for Linux becoming a major desktop OS is gone read more »

Windows Phone 7 reinvents Office Mobile

Microsoft makes strides with mobile productivity read more »

Windows is good for business

Five reasons Linux and Mac lovers are wrong read more »

Android may be open, but it isn't less secure

TaintDroid shouldn't make you abandon the platform read more »

Five reasons Windows Phone 7 will fail

Microsoft's last ditch at an effective mobile OS is doomed from the start read more »

Feds hit Zeus group but the mastermind is still at large

Will authorities make arrests in Russia, where Zeus was created? read more »

Top 5 tips for Windows 7 migration

Get your licences and virtualisation straight read more »

How to consolidate IT management tools

Shedding tools can broaden IT service management read more »

Information security and the balanced scorecard

Security often gets a bad reputation for being a burdensome bolt-on read more »

Internet privacy conflicts

Kids are tracked more extensively than adults read more »

Take Linux for a desktop test drive

Windows users can test Linux without installing read more »

Why Android is good for business

Open architecture and diversity are a strength, not a weakness read more »


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