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Google Voice changes landscape of Internet telephony

The challenge is to arbitrage cheaper calling rates

Oracle license sales fall in Q3

Company chief blames currency fluctuations

Norton security reaches the cloud

Symantec launches cloud-based storage service for the masses

Microsoft releases IE8, stresses security

Company-commissioned report shows Microsoft's new browser detects malware

What not to say on Twitter

Plus, Google Chrome and a notebook cooling product from Logitech

HP strikes back at Cisco

Following the launch of Cisco's new Unified Computing System, HP has some strong words for its integration partner

IBM eyeing acquisition of Sun Microsystems

The Wall Street Journal says that IBM could pay as much as US$6.5 billion

Security stays strong with all-in-one platforms

Companies may still be spending on security, but it will remain a challenge to get them to open their wallets. Find out where the security spend is going, and how you can get a piece

Is security ready for Web 2.0?

One analyst warns Twitter, Facebook and YouTube are the "wild, wild west" of the Internet, and advises caution

Acer smartphones to hit market soon

Company's two premium handsets will be out in world markets in the second quarter

Compugen announces strong 2008 financial results

Company saw growth in many solution areas, president and CEO says

Hands on with the Dell Adamo

Dell is really gunning for the luxury category, price tags and all

Nokia announces job cuts

Plus, Microsoft's IE8 and a new job hunting Web site

3Com is not abandoning the North American market

Company executive sets the record straight on 3Com's plans for Canada, the U.S. and China

Windows 7: A chance for IT to be the heroes

Microsoft next-generation OS is coming, and the time for the channel to get its clients ready is now

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