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Taking apart the iPhone 3G S

Gallery: Yes, the iPhone 3G S is on sale. And yes, the folks at Rapid Repair are at it again. They traveled to the Orange Boutique in Paris to be the first to see what's inside the iPhone 3G S.

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Jason D. O'Grady: iPhone 3GS launch in Atlantic City
Matthew Miller: I didn't get my iPhone 3G S
Rachel King: New camera features on the iPhone 3G s
Larry Dignan: iPhone 3G S expectations: 500,000 units sold over the weekend
Gallery: Apple iPhone 3G S photos
Review: Apple iPhone 3G S

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RIAA's $2 million victory - it's message over money

Sam Diaz: The Recording Industry Association of America won a big one yesterday - a $1.92 million judgment or $80,000 per song - against a woman charged with copyright infringement. But you won?t hear champagne bottles popping open in Hollywood.

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Richard Koman: Wow! Recording industry wins $2 million

My favorite iPhone OS 3.0 features

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: A lot has been written about the new iPhone OS 3.0 that was released yesterday. So much so that I hadn?t expected to come across anything new. But I was pleasantly surprised to discover that I was wrong!

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Photos: Favorite new iPhone 3.0 apps--screenshots

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How good is Microsoft's free antivirus?

Ed Bott review: Microsoft has officially unveiled its long-awaited consumer antivirus offering. Formerly code-named ?Morro,? it?s now been christened Microsoft Security Essentials, and it will enter public beta testing next week. Here's what I found out about it.

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Mary Jo Foley: What wannabe testers need to know
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Will Microsoft dent antivirus sales?

Microsoft's Office 2010 Pro Plus: What's inside?

Mary Jo Foley: Thanks to a new slide from an alleged Microsoft presentation, now we know a bit more about what?s likely to debut in that version.

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Firefox 3.5 RC2 out already?!?!

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: An eagle-eyed reader sent me a note pointing out to me that Mozilla has uploaded Firefox 3.5 RC2 (Release Candidate 2) to FTP servers.

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