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Windows 7 has been out in the wild for 100 days. My experience has been nothing but positive, but what about yours? by Zack Whittaker

Dell is just the latest Android convert. Google's mobile OS is beginning to swamp the market and it's going to be very interesting to see if other operating systems can continue to gain market share. by Larry Dignan

In this installment of The Big Question podcast TechRepublic's Jason Hiner and I talk about the evolving tech landscape as mergers and acquisitions accelerate. by Jason Hiner

Microsoft has been having a tough time keeping its Office 2010 bits from leaking. On November 13, the Professional Plus version of the next version of Microsoft's productivity suite leaked again. by Mary Jo Foley

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HP is purchasing 3Com. With every merger comes some customer trepidation about changes that could be made. by Larry Dignan
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