News to know: Kubuntu; Vista betas; Google Apps; Amazon

Summary:Notable headlines: Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Kubuntu 7.04: Best distro for Windows users?

Notable headlines:

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Kubuntu 7.04: Best distro for Windows users?

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David Berlind: Somewhere on a whiteboard at Google is a list like this. Donna Bogatin on Google.

Mary Jo Foley: June 1 is D-Day for those still running Vista betas. Microsoft to roll out dynamic-language layer for .Net. Vista users' frustrations with Nvidia come to a head.

Google gets in on 'Intel Inside' campaign.

Garett Rogers:
Google Apps: Don't bother unless you know the following.

Computerworld: Your Votes Tallied: The Biggest Tech Flop of All Time.

Dan Farber: Apple's
former CFO lays blame on Jobs over options. Ex-Apple CFO says Jobs advised of stock options accounting. AP: Options Troubles at Apple Remain.

Mozilla extends Firefox 1.5 support.

Will voice make Second Life more business friendly?

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market share rises on AMD's problems.

Schwartz ends first year at Sun with quarterly profit.

Robin Harris:
Can software RAID be faster than hardware RAID?

Larry Dignan: Amazon delivers–big time.

Court ruling: Vonage gets the call.

Gallery: Winning designs--PCs that don't look like PCs.

IBM Unix servers get x86 Linux apps.

Dan Farber: SAP and Microsoft sing a Duet

The future of portals is mashups, SOA, more aggregation. Gallery at left.

Topics: Google


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