News to know: Apple iPhone June 11; Boot Camp for Vista; Windows zero-day

Summary:Ryan Naraine: Microsoft confirms Windows zero-day, drive-by exploits. Microsoft's security advisory.

Ryan Naraine: Microsoft confirms Windows zero-day, drive-by exploits. Microsoft's security advisory.

Microsoft makes copying Vista a monster task.

Cursor hole puts Windows PCs at risk.

Washington Post: An End Run on Copyright Law. Donna Bogatin: Google vs. Viacom: Will Michael Kwun eat his DMCA words?
Google needs more time to respond to Viacom suit.

Declan McCullagh: Apple's iPhone will be released June 11.

Robin Harris: Power pushing 2.5" drives to tipping point.


IBM's Many Eyes project seeks stats freaks. Gallery (right).

Larry Dignan: Where's the cheapest IT help? Try Calif.

Mary Jo Foley: Apple releases Vista-compatible Boot Camp.

Ed Bott's Vista Hands On: Connect to a shared folder on a Linux machine. Red Hat revenue up, profit down.

Computerworld
: Failed VA security contract was 'an open checkbook,' report says.

Dell: We've got accounting problems. Ed Burnette: Dude, you're getting Linux!

Washington Post: McLean Students Sue Anti-Cheating Service.

IBM plans new top-end Xeon servers this year.


Roland Piquepaille: Sunglasses changing color in a second (right).

Webware: Hands-on with YouTube's remixing and real-time chat tools.

Dan Farber: San Francisco Giants score with new HD scoreboard.


 

Steve O'Hear: Adobe ‘kuler’ (left) makes color schemes social.

Ryan Stewart: yourminis opens up the widget platform, releases API. The new, improved Scrapblog launches. Apollo, Windows Presentation Foundation, XULRunner and Slingshot at Web 2.0 Expo.


Donna Bogatin: Google and Wal-Mart diagnose $4 trillion health care market. Google Oops: Gmail fix alerts.
Clinton 'double-team' in race for campaign millions.

NewTeeVee: Eisner: The Web Doesn’t Change Content.


 George Ou: Cisco shows off 3G interface cards at CTIA (right).

Larry Dignan: Google needs more time to respond to Viacom suit.

PCworld: 101 Fantastic Freebies.

ETech provides peek inside Microsoft labs.

Topics: Windows

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