News to know: Mac security; Motorola blowup; Intuit as ad agency; VON

Summary:Notable headlines:Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: For security, you can't beat Mac OS X. Jason O'Grady: NSA issues security Mac security guide.

Notable headlines:

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: For security, you can't beat Mac OS X. Jason O'Grady: NSA issues security Mac security guide. Apple Security blog focus.

Larry Dignan: Motorola under siege: Mobile business unravels.

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft picks its own Dynamics ERP chief to run search, continues to fine-tune Vista licensing and tries to stamp out Windows 'Fiji' references. Meanwhile, Microsoft severs Live Search from the rest of the Windows Live family

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Andrew Keen: The Bubbe bubble.

Yahoo names click fraud czar
. Yahoo speeds Widgets with version 4.

Start-up taps Flash for online word processor. Image (right): The buzz on Virtual Ubiquity.

Ryan Naraine: Russian (Gozi) Trojan powering massive ID-theft ring.


Paidcontent.org:  More on Youtube-Rivals JV: Fox, NBC and Sony; Distribution on MySpace, MSN and Yahoo. Talk of Fox-NBC video JV heats up again.

Donna Bogatin on local advertising:

Apple TV ships; Vista PCs need not apply. Techmeme discussion. Gizmodo: Apple TV unboxing.

Computerworld:
Living (and dying) with Linux in the workplace.

Scots build green supercomputer.

Engadget: Google phone rumors shot down--for the moment.

Ryan Stewart: AjaxWorld thoughts; Nexaweb, OpenLaszlo and Apollo/Flex. Adobe’s Q1 financials show “developer revenue” is still very small.




Images (right): Microscale particles shaped like letters
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Larry Dignan:
EMC claims price list is a trade secret.

Adobe: Upgrade your hardware for Creative Suite 3.

Microsoft's Mark Russinovich on Windows Kernel Security.

VON roundup:

Dan Farber: No surprise: CIOs want Web 2.0 suites from their big vendors. Enterprise 2.0 in action. The value of the term Web 2.0 nearing zero. Rough Type: Two views of Web 2.0 in business.

Computerworld:
U.S. agencies given deadline to secure XP, Vista configurations.

eWeek: Stolen TJ Maxx Data Used in $8M Gift Card Scam.

Zune update taking longer than expected.

Topics: Apple

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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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