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Virtual magnate talks China, censorship December 21, 2006 Ailin Graef, aka Anshe Chung, may be Second Life's best-known resident. Here's part two of CNET News.com's interview with the in-world mogul.
India's Kerala state goes open source June 29, 2007 Meanwhile, a nearby state that embarked on a plan in January to put Linux in government offices, schools and villages is making progress.
It's back to school for IT October 26, 2006 perspective Georgetown's M. Brian Blake says IT's changing role in business calls for a big shift in the classroom.
Small companies ignorant of security? November 21, 2006 Former White House adviser Howard Schmidt warns that hackers aren't just going after big corporations, and small businesses must beware.
High tech's slow march in land mine campaign July 10, 2006 The humble metal detector is finally getting an upgrade that could help humanitarian groups in their quest to rid countries of the dangers of land mines. Photos: Looking for land mines
Red Hat revenue up, profit down March 29, 2007 Rising expenses--including the JBoss acquisition--cut into Linux seller's revenue; net income drops 25 percent.
Exterminating the nuisance of spam November 15, 2006 Suresh Ramasubramanian oversees the development of junk e-mail countermeasures for tens of millions of Internet users.
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