News to know: EC vs. Microsoft; Google Sites; Evernote's incredible search; iPhone roadmap

Summary:Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: EU slaps Microsoft with $1.35 billion fineMary Jo Foley: European Commission vs.

Notable headlines:

Larry Dignan: EU slaps Microsoft with $1.35 billion fine

Jotspot is back (as Google Sites); It's still a wiki Techmeme

George Ou: Microsoft’s free enterprise search is a must try

Richard Koman: White House official details email hole ; German court protects personal data privacy

Mary Jo Foley: Hyper-V isn't the only Windows Server 2008 virtualization solution that's lagging

Matthew Miller: Evernote Web public beta and the incredible search technology


In Zero Day Security:

VMware's security strategy: Cut hackers off at the hypervisor

Report: Hackers swipe FTP server credentials using SaaS

Secunia: It’s not a flaw if it’s a feature

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: KB940510 highlights some counterfeit Windows installations. See also: image gallery [at right].

Dana Gardner: RIA wars heat up with alpha versions of Adobe's AIR and Flex

Larry Dignan: Facebook's new face: What does it need to accomplish?

Dana Blankenhorn at HIMSS:

Paul Murphy: The worst PC myth of all

Jason D. O'Grady: SSDs are too expensive, but are they doomed to fail?

Paula Rooney: Linux-based Unison server to challenge Microsoft Unified Communications Platform

Heather Clancy: Managed services should get a boost from the green IT movement

Dan Kusnetzky: IBM announces the Z10: Is the mainframe still relevant?

Photos: Wireless sensor-making is a snap [at right]

Roland Piquepaille: Nanotechnology-based clean hydrogen for cars

Russell Shaw: 9-1-1 VoIP passes Senate, but that's far from a complete solution

TechRepublic: Increase Vista security by setting expiring passwords

Robert Scoble: What made me cry: Microsoft’s World Wide Telescope

Topics: Hardware, Cloud, Collaboration, Emerging Tech, Google, iPhone, Microsoft, Mobility, Operating Systems, Security, Software, Virtualization, Windows


David Grober has worked a variety of editorial roles in the technology media since 1982, when he joined the copy desk at IDG's Computer Business News. He served as managing editor for PC Week (now eWeek) and, later, Digital News. David made the leap from print to online publishing in 1994, when he joined Ziff-Net's Software Library. Sinc... Full Bio

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