News to know: iPhone 3G launch; Vista; Botnets; Dial-up diaries

Summary:Notable headlines:The iPhone 3G rollout: Assessing the wild cardsSteve O'Hear: Gallery: 25+ social networking apps for iPhone and iPod touch. Gallery right.

Notable headlines:

The iPhone 3G rollout: Assessing the wild cards

Steve O'Hear: Gallery: 25+ social networking apps for iPhone and iPod touch. Gallery right.

Analyst: Most iPhone 3G buyers will pay more than $199

Dancho Danchev: Verizon, Telecom Italia, and Brasil Telecom top the botnet charts in Q2 of 2008

Security is hard, accept it 

Ed Bott: How should Microsoft fight Vista criticism? 'We're sorry' is a good start

EIC podcast: Vista; Midori; Microhoo; iPhone

Zack Whittaker: Moving house: diary of a dial-up user (part 1)

IT departments become Web 2.0 gatekeepers; 41% of execs stumped about mashupsMichael Krigsman: Fighting IT failure with ethnographic research [podcast]

Paul Murphy: From Chapter one: Data Processing and the IBM Mainframe

VentureBeat: Another key early Facebook employee, Jeff Hammerbacher, is leaving the company

BoomTown: Guardian Media Group Buys paidContent for $30 Million

Larry Dignan: Yahoo opens search APIs

Joe McKendrick: 'Agility' 10 times over -- and other ways to tell it's not SOA

Deb Perelman: IT pros: Choose a side

Blankenhorn: Trademarks and open source monopoly

Heather Clancy: CDW flips the renewable switch at two hosting centers

Oliver Marks: Apple founder Steve Wozniak interview, answers your Tweeted questions

Kingsley-Hughes: Seagate announce first 1.5TB desktop hard drive

Matthew Miller: First impressions of the Nokia E71, a QWERTY device for the business user

Image Gallery: First look at the Nokia E71

Wireless Week: Samsung Instinct Sets Record at Best Buy

Jennifer Leggio: Sneak Peek - LinkedIn searchable user groups foster connected communities

Harry Fuller: This could be a window to our solar future

Rik Fairlie: Belkin unveils new router and Powerline adapters

CNBC: AMD Is Fighting For Its Life

Dennis Howlett: Houston we have a problem

Janice Chen: Kodak announces two cameras, two photo frames, and a Flip-baiting, YouTube-friendly camcorder

Richard Koman: Email preservation standards extremely lax, GAO finds

A new look at technology visualization

Roland Piquepaille: A new way to avoid traffic jams

Topics: Open Source, Browser, Hardware, iPhone, Microsoft, Mobility, Operating Systems, Software, Windows

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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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