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    Now That's Commitment

    Now That’s Commitment

    When he was no longer able to pay rent, he made the office his home. He kept clothes at the AOL gym, where he showered, slept on couches in several office rooms and grabbed snacks that were set out for everyone in the morning.

    RIM: BlackBerry Going Back to Core "Business" Clientele

    RIM: BlackBerry Going Back to Core “Business” Clientele

    RIM will focus on business customers, many of whom prefer BlackBerry’s for their security.

    Mozilla "Thunderbird:" Rising From The Ash Like A Phoenix

    Mozilla “Thunderbird:” Rising From The Ash Like A Phoenix

    Take a look at how vastly Mozilla’s “Thunderbird” email program has changed and improved.

    Why Are You Really Online?

    For anyone who needed official word, a new study confirms that many of us go online for no good reason at all. The report from the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project found that on any given day, 53% of 18 to 29-year olds go online just to have fun or pass time.

    Big Changes and Surprises at Web 2.0 Summit

    Big Changes and Surprises at Web 2.0 Summit

    Mark Pincus, CEO of Zynga, didn’t show up because he didn’t want to complicate the company’s efforts to raise $1 billion in an initial public offering of stock that has been in the works for nearly four months.

    Greek Labor Strikes: Might Do More Harm, Than Good

    Greek Labor Strikes: Might Do More Harm, Than Good

    A two-day strike of Greek labor unions, which has grown in size, has the ability to disrupt everything from business to the government, which might be more harmful to Greece relieving some its debt issue: the less revenue and taxes the country takes in — the more the debt proliferates beyond their control.