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Re: Android: No iPhone Killer 2  Adler   2008-11-17 03:15:07 
Re: Scan Spots Open Source Installations 2  korakmitra   2008-11-16 13:12:51 
Re: Is Proprietary Software to Blame for the World's Ills? 2  Penguinclaw   2008-11-14 09:53:39 
Re: The Rocky Legal Landscape of Virtual Worlds, Part 1: Trademarks 2  BettinaTizzy   2008-11-12 12:04:22 
Re: Tourism Wikis: The World According to the Crowd 4  ecuadore   2008-11-11 10:50:38 
Re: Road-Tripping With Linux 2  KayakFun   2008-11-06 23:54:19 
Re: XBRL: An Agent of Financial Reform? 2  Bob_Schneider   2008-11-06 09:09:28 
Re: States Stand Aside as Open Source Bandwagon Rolls By 3  EricBaenen   2008-11-04 10:26:26 
Re: What Free Software Does the World Need Now? 4  stolennomen   2008-11-03 14:07:03 
Re: Cloud Computing: Perilous Pitfall or Panacea? 2  webdesignfl   2008-10-30 08:49:27 
Re: Will Chrome Find a Home With SaaS? 2  lingotech   2008-10-21 15:25:18 
Re: Why We'll All Soon Forget About Google's Android 2  ricegf   2008-10-19 13:23:02 
Re: Can Android Blow Wireless Industry Wide Open? 3  mainc123   2008-10-19 07:29:50 
Re: Android's Somewhat Auspicious Debut 2  mainc123   2008-10-19 07:00:42 
Re: Can Crowdsourcing Curtail Patent Abuse? 3  nowa   2008-10-18 08:04:10 
Re: Android: The Good, The Bad and That Pesky Kill Switch 2  g1phone   2008-10-16 11:55:38 
Re: At 17, Is Linux Still Wet Behind the Ears? 3  pogson   2008-10-13 06:23:44 
Re: Better Late Than Never, Yahoo Debuts Zimbra-Powered Calendar 2  rajatgarg   2008-10-08 13:22:27 
Re: The Power of Crowdsourcing Consumer Reviews 3  LHCbazaar   2008-10-06 11:14:33 
Re: Lindependence: A Low-Key Revolution in Software 3  lcafiero   2008-10-05 23:34:10 

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