News to know: Free security apps; Apple earnings; $150 laptop; Business.com sold

Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: Some great security apps are still free. Gallery: Ten free security utilities you should already be using (right).

Notable headlines:

Ryan Naraine: Some great security apps are still free.

Gallery: Ten free security utilities you should already be using (right).

Larry Dignan: Apple delivers strong earnings; Countdown to 1 million iPhones on hold; Outlook conservative. Apple earnings soar as iPhone shipments revealed. Apple statement.

Jason O'Grady: iPhone battery tips from Apple.

Judge unimpressed by ConnectU's case against Facebook.

Come and get it: Fedora laptop for $150.

PaidContent.org: Business.com Sold To RH Donnelley; Beating DJ, NYT and News Corp; Price Around $350 Million.

Dan Farber: Google Earth Enterprise extends to browsers.

Dancing atoms hold prospect of superfast computing. WGA notches win for Microsoft in piracy bust.

Dana Blankenhorn: Intel open source strategy starts to come together. Ed Burnette: Intel opens up high performance multi-core library. Blackberrys, PDAs invade your privacy. Senators to abandon '08 e-voting paper trail mandate.

Harry Fuller: Finding fault in Japan.

Larry Dignan: Microsoft lands Digg ad deal. Techmeme.

Esther Dyson is posting her genome on the Web; Will you follo

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Russell Shaw: Interview with SunRocket preferred provider TeleBlend distribution partner's CEO. David Berlind: As long as the Internet has been around....and still no secure e-mail? George Ou: Email security has been around forever, you just need to turn it on. Photos: Electric plane lands at Oshkosh show (right). Symantec's first-quarter income falls to $95.2 million. Computerworld: Treasury's IT spending needs more oversight, GAO says. SF power outage reveals disaster recovery plans need tweaking.

Podcaster loses cybersquat of 'Simpsons Movie' site.

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