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Microsoft needs Windows Wizards, not Mac Attacks (Sep 16, 2009)

VMFS-3, How Do I Despise Thee (Sep 08, 2009)

Apple's Snow Leopard Completely Blows It Virtually (Sep 01, 2009)

SONY goes "Open Kimono" with sexy new e-Readers (Aug 26, 2009)

Geek Sheet: Virtualizing Free Linux Distributions in Windows Server 2008 R2 (Aug 11, 2009)

Frugal Friday (Podcast): HP Tech Support, Amazon is Big Brother, Apollo 11, Scientific Linux (Jul 19, 2009)

Sun xVM VirtualBox 3.0: Virtual Developer's Delight (Jul 05, 2009)

Microsoft: Money Just Wants to Be Free (Jun 16, 2009)

OpenSolaris 2009.06: Getting Better All The Time (Jun 09, 2009)

Wind River: Tasty Embedded Linux Treat (Jun 08, 2009)

Apple Faithful: Arrogance Is Not a Virtue, and Why I Will Never Buy a Mac (Jun 04, 2009)

RIM and Google: The Perfect Storm? (May 30, 2009)

The Ultimate Tablet: On Palm's webOS? (May 27, 2009)

Frugal Friday: Interop, Trade Show Kvetching, Apple Airport Express, Kickfire (May 26, 2009)

Mr. Bezos, Tear Down This Wall (May 06, 2009)

Presto! In ten seconds, you've got an Internet desktop. (May 02, 2009)

Kickfire: Released for all the right reasons, but with the worst timing (Apr 23, 2009)

CRIKEY! He can swallow whole companies! But not communities. (Apr 22, 2009)

Frugal Friday: Conficker, Terrorism, Sun, Debian BSD, Sourceforge (Apr 14, 2009)

How to end the Fail Whales? With Blue Whales. (Apr 14, 2009)

Warner Music Group: All your memories belong to us (Apr 10, 2009)

How to kick iTunes' lock-in media formats squarely in the fruit (Mar 18, 2009)

The XO-2 is going Embedded RISC? So will everyone else! (Mar 14, 2009)

All Kindles Should be Virtual (Mar 05, 2009)

VMWare's filesystem clustering cracked open (Mar 04, 2009)

I've Seen the Future of Computing: It's a Screen. (Feb 19, 2009)

Kindle Economics 2: Why Amazon should not be Apple, and Jeff Bezos is not Steve (Feb 11, 2009)

Look Ma! A Drive-In Theatre for Ants! (Jan 01, 2009)

Tough Love With openSUSE 11.1 (Dec 19, 2008)

Final Shutdown: Still Crazy After All These Years (Dec 16, 2008)

Slicing up Sun (Dec 05, 2008)

Why Apple and Google Need to Get Into the Netbook Business (Nov 24, 2008)

Kindle Economics (Nov 18, 2008)

Giving Thanks to Linux and Open Source (Nov 18, 2008)

Can we finally realize Alan Kay's Dynabook for $100? (Nov 11, 2008)

Kindroid: Two Great Tastes That Would Taste Great Together (Oct 24, 2008)

Amazon Kindle, It's not for us Jack (Oct 22, 2008)

Is CompUSA.com Poised to Become the Crazy Eddie of Linux? (Oct 21, 2008)

Novell, Free SLES While the Fire is Hot (Oct 18, 2008)

Linux Magazine: Sinning with Windows, There's no Bagels at the end of this Fast (Oct 14, 2008)

Surviving the Recession With Free Linux Distributions (Oct 13, 2008)

Forget the Damn Linux Netbooks. Can Windows Replace Windows? (Oct 09, 2008)

Android -- It's not about Sex, Excitement, or Cool (Sep 29, 2008)

Economic Crisis as a Technology Change Agent (Sep 18, 2008)

Microsoft, It's Time to Consummate the Marriage With Citrix Already (Sep 15, 2008)

On Stupid Mascots and Closed Source Browser Plugins (Sep 04, 2008)

What's Chrome for? Ain't it obvious? (Sep 03, 2008)

Google and Sirius XM, Build my "Dream" handheld (Aug 25, 2008)

Tech Broiler: Episode 61, The Smelly Laptop (Aug 23, 2008)

The Waltham Pact -- Where Are the Tangibles? (Aug 21, 2008)

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