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bMighty News Flash: Wednesday March 25, 2009

Today's top tech news for small and midsize businesses: Google invests in Pixazza, economy crimps pay-for-performance outsourcing, Firefox architecture instability and memory leaks, no local Windows Azure, proprietary software model broken, is Linux Wal-Mart?, Hitachi 2.5" hard drive, Xobni ends beta, Dell servers and storage, T-Mobile 3G USB laptop stick, Sprint WiMax in 10 cities, Samsung SMB dealer program, Skype leading international carrier, botnet malware targets routers and modems, value

"Many laptops, however, are also ticking time bombs -- and if the data they hold falls into the wrong hands, the consequences could be fatal to your job or even your business."
-- from How To Encrypt Your Business Data For Free


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