News to know: Browser data leaks; Tweetr; SOA sabotage

Summary:Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: Do you know what’s leaking out of your browser? Symantec vulnerability research founder joins Microsoft.

Notable headlines:

Ryan Naraine: Do you know what’s leaking out of your browser? Symantec vulnerability research founder joins Microsoft.

Ryan Stewart: Is Tweetr the first mainstream Apollo application?

Dion Hinchcliffe: Mashups: The next major new software development model?

Robin Harris: Apple’s Spotlight: keywords are so ’90s.

David Berlind:
Mobile RIAs: Java, Apollo, and Silverlight’s deathmatch? If so, what of Eclipse v. Netbeans?

Engadget: Microsoft building a Zune factory

AP: Thomson, Reuters Agree on Merger.


Jeremy Allison: Crushed by the Wheels of Industry.

Photos (right): Digital tech for the disabled.

Casey Serin: The world's most hated blogger?

Microsoft-Linux patent flap:


Review: Canon PIXMA iP90v - printer - color - ink-jet

Online retail has years to grow, survey says.

Applications development:

Russell Shaw: Updated BlackBerry Pearl due in September: five colors, GPS AND WiFi.

Joe McKendrick: Analyst: IT departments are sabotaging SOA.


Donna Bogatin: Google boosts sex (identification) performance.

Photos (right): Tivo and Tina's wedding

TechCrunch:
Things Sure Are Quiet At MySpace News.

Pronet Advertising:
Digg is censoring content internally.

Dan Kusnetzky: Virtual Iron Update.

AP: Murdoch Promises Bancrofts a Board Seat.

Apple 2.0: Apple iPhones on eBay for $1,000 to $10,000. AppleInsider: Apple may build 3G wireless into future notebook model.

Russell Shaw: Pentagon bans MySpace, YouTube, others on DoD networks. Techmeme discussion.

Computerworld: Offshoring Isn't Just About the Money, Survey Suggests.

Skype, Wal-Mart strike retail deal. Larry Dignan: Wal-Mart takes Skype to the masses.

Review: Western Digital MyBook World Edition NAS server (right).

SAP acquiring two European software makers.

Donna Bogatin: Bill Gates on local advertising: Yellow Pages gone in 5 years.

Alan Graham: How companies like Crushpad will change our world.

Russell Shaw: BlackBerry CEO: here's why there won't be any more major outages.

Topics: Legal, Browser, Microsoft, Software Development

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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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