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The iPad Strikes Again: Gartner Cuts Its PC Market Forecast

Salesforce.com Invades Manhattan, Makes Service Cloud More Social

Amazon Brings Its Cloud to Japan

Storage Start-Up Egnyte Lands $10 Million, Launches Hybrid Cloud for iPad

Humanity's Last Hope at "Jeopardy" Is Named Rush Holt

Guilty Plea Pending From Former AMD Manager Charged in Insider Trading Case

Fusion-io Adds Supermicro as Partner, Expands With IBM

Cisco Makes a Push in Office Video, While Its Switching Business Is Under Attack

Intel And Apple To Debut Thunderbolt Video and Data Connection Today

Google's Cloud Connect Beta Is Over. Now Where's Office365?

Box.net, The File Sharing and Collaboration Cloud For Businesses, Raises $48 Million

Judge Says Former Microsoft Exec Can't Work for Salesforce, For Now

Parallels Promotes Birger Steen, Former Microsoft VP, to CEO

HP Earnings Today: Will Léo Apotheker Speak?

Microsoft Has Big Plans for Kinect's Future

Video: Obama Visits Intel in Oregon, and a Silicon Lovefest Ensues

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Jon Stewart Wants a Shot At IBM's Watson, but What About SNL?

Done With Silly Game Shows, IBM's Watson Finds a Job

All Humans Bow Before the Mighty Watson, Master of "Jeopardy"

The Problem With Those Rumors of an AMD Buyout

IBM "Jeopardy" Challenge Day 2: Very Different From Day One

Dell Sales Fall Short, but Profit and Guidance Look Positive

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The problem with the Billionaire Savior phase of the newspaper collapse has always been that billionaires don’t tend to like the kind of authority-questioning journalism that upsets the status quo.

— Ryan Chittum, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review about the promise of Pierre Omidyar’s new media venture with Glenn Greenwald