News to know: Microsoft Mobile, YouTube, FCC, tablet PCs

Microsoft's Mobile OS Maze, YouTube's video editing tool and the FCC's next step toward a national broadband plan are among today's top headlines. Get the rolling posts by RSS, or email.

Microsoft's Mobile OS Maze, YouTube's video editing tool and the FCC's next step toward a national broadband plan are among today's top headlines. Get the rolling posts by RSS, or email.

Here’s a look at Friday, June 18, 2010:

When it comes to complexity, nothing can come close to Microsoft's mobile OS roadmap, complete with six - yup, six - operating systems. Mary Jo Foley breaks it down for us.

YouTube may be the king of online video, but tool that it's offering as a video editor is hardly ready for prime-time. Sam Diaz explains.

After a legal setback, the FCC is forced into looking at new approaches toward creating a national broadband plan. First step: public comment.

By 2012, the tablets will outnumber the netbooks - and the iPad is giving it the kickstart. Meanwhile, the iPhone demand won't be dipping anytime soon.

What can an enterprise software company do with Facebook? SAP is trying to highlight its analytics and dashboards with a Facebook app. And the idea may be crazy enough to work.

It's the Friday before Father's Day and Dad needs a gift. If he's tech geek at all, this photo gallery is a must see.

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