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Sidekick Data Trickling Back In

To its credit, Microsoft is actually doing a pretty good job of putting an end to its Sidekick data-loss nightmare. If data recovery continues at this pace -- there's now a tool online that T-Mobile users can use to recover much of their data -- Sidekickgate could (and probably should) end up being mostly a non-story.

At any rate, it doesn't and never did portend the death of cloud computing.

Posted by Lee Pender on 10/21/2009 at 1:22 PM


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