News to Know: Googlenomics; Windows Mobile 7 phones; Broadband hell

Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: Free Sourcefire tool pinpoints hostile MS Office filesApple security team finds code execution holes in RubyGoogle using invalid security certificateDancho Danchev: Phishers targeting Facebook users, fake logins spammed through hacked accountsSecurity researcher keeps “Carpet Bomb” attack alive, despite patchNathan McFeters: 90% of all statistics can be made to say anything... 50% of the time, aka my thoughts on the Verizon reportJason D.

Notable headlines:

Ryan Naraine: Free Sourcefire tool pinpoints hostile MS Office files

Apple security team finds code execution holes in Ruby

Google using invalid security certificate

Dancho Danchev: Phishers targeting Facebook users, fake logins spammed through hacked accounts

Security researcher keeps “Carpet Bomb” attack alive, despite patch

Nathan McFeters: 90% of all statistics can be made to say anything... 50% of the time, aka my thoughts on the Verizon report

Jason D. O'Grady: Rumor Mill: iSight HD, new Intel chips, iPod touch 2G, patents (updated)

Dell's product lust: Are we there yet?

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Googlenomics, Shrugged

Garett Rogers: Google releases Trends for Websites

Wall Street Journal: Google's Mobile-Handset Plans Are Slowed

Mary Jo Foley: Windows Mobile 7 phones coming in Q1 2009?

Microsoft earmarks another $200 million for Windows advertising

Oliver Marks: Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server: a next generation of deeper, wider content silos?

Zack Whittaker: diversITy: the lack of women in the IT industry

Use and abuse your Tablet PC for notetaking

Roland Piquepaille: A refrigerator inside your laptop?

Man's own cells killing his skin cancer

Dennis Howlett: Yo-yo'ing on Millennials

Jason Perlow: Maybe I was wrong about Mac Servers

The harsh reality of suburban broadband

Michael Krigsman: Google explains why App Engine failed

12 characteristics of doomed projects

Dana Gardner:

Copan's approach demonstrates why a good data archiving strategy can translate into energy savings

Chris Dawson, Education IT:

Displays: More is more

Joe McKendrick: SOA funding paradox: pay today, restructure tomorrow?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes:

Phil Wainewright: Why multi-tenancy matters

Dan Kusnetzky: Is VMware busting the virtualization tax myth

Dennis Howlett: Seesmic launches threadable embedded player: sparks row

Andrew Nusca: Unlock PDF copy protection, free

Jason D. O'Grady: Snow Leopard screen shots appear

Jennifer Leggio: Cool Tools Friday - ShareThis Adds Digg Tracking

Richard Koman:

Steve O'Hear: Young people and social networking services - not another moral panic

Dana Blankenhorn:

Matthew Miller: iCall will let you transfer a cellular call to VoIP on your Apple iPhone

Heather Clancy:

Harry Fuller:

Christopher Dawson: MIT students making solar power realistic

The SDLC strikes back

Tech Republic: Wi-Fi thief’s tale reminds IT to enforce home office security

InfoWorld: HP donating file system to Linux

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