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  1. Pak Spider is a Pakistani IT and Telecom blog which covers all the latest news in Telecom and IT industry of Pakistan. The blog is updated regularly and as soon as a news is released. So, read Pak Spider to keep yourself updated.
    28-08-2009 by thomas87474 and 2 others
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  2. Pak Spider is a Pakistani IT and Telecom blog which covers all the latest news in Telecom and IT industry of Pakistan. The blog is updated regularly and as soon as a news is released. So, read Pak Spider to keep yourself updated.
    28-08-2009 by justin7879 and 2 others
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  3. Pak Spider is a Pakistani IT and Telecom blog which covers all the latest news in Telecom and IT industry of Pakistan. The blog is updated regularly and as soon as a news is released. So, read Pak Spider to keep yourself updated.
    28-08-2009 by adam2347 and 2 others
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  4. An open-source operating system out of Stanford would let programmers create algorithms to process images differently than what brands such as Canon and Nikon are currently offering. Read this blog post by Leonard Goh on Crave.
    04-09-2009 by johnnystarr12
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  5. Samsung announced on Wednesday that it has partnered with Blockbuster and Amazon to bring the companies' video-on-demand services to a wide range of its products. Read this blog post by Don Reisinger on The Digital Home.
    15-10-2009 by paulauaulu
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  6. Novell bashes the City of Los Angeles for dumping its product in favor of Google Apps, but for what purpose? Read this blog post by Matt Asay on The Open Road.
    31-10-2009 by rorothohhh
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  7. With the release of RHEV-M, Red Hat has begun to plug one of the most significant holes in its product portfolio. Read this blog post by Gordon Haff on The Pervasive Data Center.
    05-11-2009 by curkstar7trek
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  8. Tim O'Reilly has been saying for years that data, not open-source licenses, is the key to successful open-source businesses. We're finally listening. Read this blog post by Matt Asay on The Open Road.
    05-11-2009 by jaser88hit
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  9. The number of users picking up touch-screen mobile phones grew by 159 percent over the past year, with Apple's iPhone leading the way, ComScore finds. Read this blog post by Don Reisinger on The Digital Home.
    05-11-2009 by wpgsyd69
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  10. Lala is working with Google to add some intriguing features to its music search service, and it hopes to have its iPhone app approved by Apple next month. Read this blog post by Matt Rosoff on Digital Noise: Music and Tech.
    09-11-2009 by well30ness
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