News to know: iPhone fiesta; Microsoft leaves zero-day unpatched

Summary:Notable headlines:Well that iPhone was quite the looker eh? Onto the coverage: For starters a Techmeme longer than your arm.

Notable headlines:

Well that iPhone was quite the looker eh? Onto
the coverage:

For starters a Techmeme longer than your arm.

What's missing from the iPhone.

The iPhone fallout: Winners and Losers.

Video of iPhone announcement. Lots of pictures. Lessons learned from real-time blogging the Steve Jobs keynote. Engadget gets an "A."

Apple's new name.

Apple's iPhone presentation.

Office 2008 for Mac to come this year.

And yes folks, there were other non-Apple happenings.

The ROI of alignment. State of the CIO.

CES panelists: these are three transcending steps for VoWiFi handsets. The ultimate Windows Vista notebook? The review. Berlind's Testbed. More CES coverage.

OQO launches second, much improved ultra mobile PC that runs Vista.

Microsoft leaves Word zero-day holes unpatched. New Excel flaw appears. Advisory.

After Years of Effort, Voice Recognition Is Starting to Work

TSA set to issue smart-card IDs to port workers.

NSA offers Vista installation tips.

Sprint Nextel Struggling Since Merger.

Sun debuts blade, hardware subscription plan.

So long SCO? Or was that good riddance?

Meredith, publisher of Ladies Home Journal, jumps headfirst into online and word of mouth marketing.

SAP CEO to stick another year. (subscription required).

RFID coming to scooters, diapers.

Topics: iPhone


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