News to know: BlackBerry outage; Oracle patches; Intel's data centers; Vonage woe

Notable headlines:Russell Shaw: BlackBerry outage reports pile up on the three major BB forums. BULLETIN: massive BlackBerry email failures Tuesday night.

Notable headlines:

Russell Shaw: BlackBerry outage reports pile up on the three major BB forums. BULLETIN: massive BlackBerry email failures Tuesday night.

Ryan Naraine: Oracle Patch Day: 37 flaws fixed. Botnet herders pounce on Windows DNS RPC flaw.

Larry Dignan: Yup, those Yahoo Panama expectations were too high. Techmeme discussion.
Privacy concerns dog Google-DoubleClick deal.
Semel sees DoubleClick advertisers defecting.

Vonage: Verizon patent suit could bankrupt us.

Ed Burnette: Beware of blog: A rush to judgment.

Facebook becomes bulletin board for Virginia Tech. Techmeme discussion.


Ban on monthly Net access taxes faces obstacles.

IDF coverage:

Intel beefs up portable PC push. Intel moves closer to flash memory replacement. Intel adds WiMax in 2008.

Photos: A Chinese Intel Developer Forum (right).

Larry Dignan: A peek at Intel’s data center strategy. Gallery (left).


EMC: Tech spending solid; VMware hits $1B revenue run rate.

David Berlind: Penfield-Jackson's revenge? For Silverlight (and Microsoft) to succeed, must Microsoft break itself up?

 Gizmodo: Rumor Smashed: Apple's WWDC Keynote Not 3 Hours.

 

Dan Farber @ Web 2.0 Expo:

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Why are people so worried about Vista boot times?

Apple Insider: Apple seriously considering iPhone rebate, subsidy - report. Wired: What's happening to our lovely cult?

IBM hits the mark on earnings.

Intel on target; Revenue light.

TheStreet.com: Seagate earnings stall.

Photos: Careless users prove PCs and drinks don't mix (right).

Light Reading:
Could Vonage Sprint to an Exit? Russell Shaw: Vonage may sell itself to SprintNextel as soon as next week.

Reviews: Vulcan FlipStart E-1001S (left); Motorola Q, Amp'd Edition. 

Microsoft launches Firefox Media Player plug-in.

Dan Kusnetzky: Conversation with Marathon Technology.

IGN: Xbox 360 Notebook Computer Converter Announced.

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