News to know: Fake Steve Jobs outed; Dateline vs. DEFCON; Microsoft and 3D

Notable headlines:New York Times: A Mystery Solved: ‘Fake Steve’ Blogger Comes Clean. Damn, I am so busted, yo.

Notable headlines: New York Times: A Mystery Solved: ‘Fake Steve’ Blogger Comes Clean. Damn, I am so busted, yo. Larry Dignan: Fake Steve Jobs outed by New York Times. Techmeme.

Bug hunting start-up: Pay up, or feel the pain. George Ou: Undercover NBC Dateline reporter bolts from DEFCON 2007.

Top 10 reviews of the week (right).

Marc Orchant: Vista IE7 issue remains unsolved for many users. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Patchy antivirus coverage for 64-bit Vista.

Microsoft and open source: Frost sightings in hell. Microsoft gives 3D look at space shuttle. Microsoft: Groundbreaking Digital Experience for Endeavour Shuttle Launch.

Dan Kusnetzky: Thinstall puts application virtualization on a diet.

Paul Murphy: iSense? Got’em? SASPO? IEED?

Engadget: Wibrain's B1 UMPC: hideous, yet strangely appealing.

New York Times: I.B.M. Near Supercomputer Contract.

Dana Blankenhorn: Has Ubuntu clinched the desktop Linux market? Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Popfly to hit public beta soon. Help Microsoft come up with a cool product name.

David Berlind: Are Linus Torvalds, IBM, AMD, others at odds over pushing hardware drivers out of Linux? Review: Iomega eGo Portable Hard Drive.

64-bit PCs: Drivers wanted. Harry Fuller: House: we have an energy bill. TechCrunch: Virtual World Hangouts: So Many To Choose From.

Russell Shaw: Apple Patent app reveals iPhone-compatible Multi-Touch Gesture Dictionary.

Democrats to push new Net sex-predator laws. Online Search/Commerce Services Firm Accoona Files For $80.5 Million IPO.

Michael Krigsman: North Carolina: IT Report Card. Treasury Department: Stop the IT Madness.

Richard Stiennon: China's golden cyber shield? Not.

Xbox repair process leaves gamers in a fix.

Photos: Where airplanes go to recoup (right).

Garett Rogers: Google tests a new suggest feature on result pages.

Dan Farber: Enterprise 2.0 in a nutshell.

Samsung chip lines fully working after power outage. Semiconductor sales fall on lower prices. Mitch Ratcliffe: Social Network Dead-Ends. Roland Piquepaille: The physics of beer bubbles.


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