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Ars Technica  *Sunday June 19, 2011 @01:11AM  2
   attached to RIM Struggles Continue
Re:We launched a larger one EONS ago.  *Tuesday November 23, 2010 @09:25AM  2
   attached to US Launches Largest Spy Satellite Ever
Re:Torn  *Sunday April 11, 2010 @05:22PM 1 2
   attached to Mexico Will Shut Down 25.9 Million Cell Phones
Re:Interesting sources...  *Friday December 04, 2009 @02:48PM  2
   attached to Malware Could Grab Data From Stock iPhones
I certainly don't anymore  *Thursday November 12, 2009 @03:45PM 1 2
   attached to openSUSE 11.2 Released
Re:Violates the developer agreement  *Monday September 14, 2009 @08:47PM 1 2
Re:Violates the developer agreement  *Monday September 14, 2009 @07:18PM 1 3, Interesting
   attached to iPhone Gets .Net App Development
Exactly my thoughts  *Monday September 14, 2009 @07:37PM  2
How ignorant and lazy you are  *Friday September 11, 2009 @02:14PM 5 5, Insightful
   attached to Apple Open Sources Grand Central Dispatch
Apple hasn't killed Google Voice  *Saturday August 22, 2009 @11:26AM  2
   attached to Why AT&T Killed iPhone Google Voice
I'm confused  *Wednesday August 05, 2009 @08:35PM  2
   attached to Apple Balks, Finally Relents, At Possible User Queries of Dictionary App
Re:We use Nod32  *Wednesday June 17, 2009 @10:47AM  2
   attached to Central Anti-Virus For Small Business?
Re:vs iPhone  *Saturday May 30, 2009 @06:23PM 3 5, Funny
   attached to Palm Pre Reviewed
Re:Choice  *Sunday May 31, 2009 @10:27AM  2
Re:Um....  *Saturday May 30, 2009 @10:20PM  2
Re:Choice  *Saturday May 30, 2009 @06:44PM  2
Re:Um....  *Saturday May 30, 2009 @06:00PM  2
Re:Kubuntu  *Saturday May 30, 2009 @04:32PM 1 2
Re:Um....  *Saturday May 30, 2009 @04:04PM  2
Re:Kubuntu  *Saturday May 30, 2009 @03:47PM 2 2
Re:Choice  *Saturday May 30, 2009 @03:39PM 5 2
Kubuntu  *Saturday May 30, 2009 @03:32PM 3 2
Re:Choice  *Saturday May 30, 2009 @03:21PM 3 3, Insightful
Re:Um....  *Saturday May 30, 2009 @03:02PM 4 2
   attached to Harsh Words From Google On Linux Development

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