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Live chat: your new online salesperson Oct 4:  Website operators are tapping the potential of instant messaging as a new powerful sales tool. (more)
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Early buyers of the 20-inch iMacs announced last month have complained loudly about poor screen quality, writes Philip Elmer-DeWitt. (more)
Teen mobile phone usage is way up, and the younger consumers are hungry for new wireless capabilities. Some device makers are finally starting to catch on, writes Business 2.0's Michal Lev-Ram. (more)
The Internet search giant is having a rough week -- and not just because it missed Wall Street earnings forecast. Chris Taylor suggests four steps CEO Eric Schmidt should take now. (more)

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