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   Wednesday, July 30, 2003  
The CNET Radio blog has been cancelled as of 7/30/03.
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   Monday, July 28, 2003  
Wayne Cunningham has the latest ICQ client, including everything but a neck massage; Napster to relaunch as a legal music purchase site by Christmas; BMC lays off 900, posts loss compared to last year.
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   posted by CNET at 2:42 PM

   Friday, July 25, 2003  
Tim Musgrove takes us shopping for smart phones; Ugly bug found in promising electronic voting terminal; - how's the new kid of the block doing?
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   posted by CNET at 2:38 PM

   Thursday, July 24, 2003  
Microsoft to hire 5,000 employees, mostly in the U.S.; Disney cuts deal to place films on; "Critical" flaw in DirectX affects most PCs.
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   posted by CNET at 2:59 PM

   Wednesday, July 23, 2003  
Watchdog group asks DOJ to stop Larry Ellison in his tracks; Wal-Mart adopts technology to accept checks at its online store; Sybase CEO John Chen talks about his company's earnings, future and when IT will turn around for you.
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   posted by CNET at 3:29 PM

   Tuesday, July 22, 2003 launches music store to undercut Apple; New report says ID theft is worse than thought, seldom reported; Charlie Cooper on the real Carly Fiorina.
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   posted by CNET at 3:21 PM

   Monday, July 21, 2003  
Microsoft hopes to get off the hook in California for $1.1 billion; SEC launches wide investigation into the video game industry; Elvis tooth still on the shelf after auction goes belly-up. Thankyouverymuch.
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   posted by CNET at 2:39 PM


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