News to know: Apple; Hakia; EclipseCon; ActiveX security

Summary:Notable headlines:David Morgenstern: Did Microsoft beat Apple to dual-sided touch technology? Jason O'Grady: Apple bumps Airport Express to 802.

Notable headlines:

David Morgenstern: Did Microsoft beat Apple to dual-sided touch technology? Jason O'Grady: Apple bumps Airport Express to 802.11n

Paul Miller: hakia licenses OntoSem technology to third parties

Paula Rooney: Run-time rival for Java, .NET?

Dana Gardner: EclipseCon debuts OSGi runtime offerings

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Putting together a portable office - MKII (right)

Janice Chen: Don't underestimate Samsung digital cameras

Tom Foremski: Google should close down "evil" Performics business

VentureBeat: FriendFeed has search; Where's Twitter's?

Dana Blankenhorn: Bringing health care to the office

Larry Dignan: The Bear Stearns fiasco: What tech vendors will take a few lumps?

George Ou: Zone-H web defacement data shows platforms don't matter

Joe McKendrick: Keeping SOA, the silo killer, from creating new silos

Paul Miller: Semantic Web sets conference data free? Looking for a dominant Semantic Web search engine

Marc Andreessen: Ning passes 200,000 social networks

News.com: Benioff takes stock of software shifts

Benioff: Platform as a service needs a decade to cook

Mary Jo Foley: Supreme Court won't block Novell's antitrust suit against Microsoft

Microsoft, Intel to team on new parallel, multicore research

efforts

Microsoft licenses Adobe's FlashLite for Win Mobile phones

Michael Krigsman: IT failures and social media

Unwired View: iPhone 2.0, 3.0 or nano: A clamshell, flip phone?

Photos: Bat plane to spy for U.S. Army

Dana Blankenhorn: News still hasn't seen the money from open source

Will the GPL be overtaken by AGPL?

Ryan Stewart: Prism 0.9 released, runs as a Firefox Extension

Christopher Dawson: You can block Craigslist, but don't touch YouTube!

iMovie lets students focus on content, not videography

Mitch Ratcliffe: Jump Point: Data-control, day-parting and success in any age

MobileTechRoundup #126, Q1 Ultra, REDFLY, and EV-DO A for the Mogul

EU backs Nokia standard for mobile TV

Dave Greenfield: Avaya Changes the UC Game

Photos: Offbeat laptop sleeves at Barry's Farm

BMC buys BladeLogic, eyes data center automation

Topics: Software Development, Apple, Browser, Data Centers, Hardware, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Security, Storage

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Larry Dignan is Editor in Chief of ZDNet and SmartPlanet as well as Editorial Director of ZDNet's sister site TechRepublic. He was most recently Executive Editor of News and Blogs at ZDNet. Prior to that he was executive news editor at eWeek and news editor at Baseline. He also served as the East Coast news editor and finance editor at CN... Full Bio

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