News to know: Microsoft patch skeletons; Telepresence; Ubuntu; GDrive

Summary:Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: Skeletons in Microsoft's Patch Day closet.Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Media support in Ubuntu 7.

Notable headlines:

Ryan Naraine: Skeletons in Microsoft's Patch Day closet.

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Media support in Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn. Ubuntu 7.10 "Gutsy Gibbon" features.

David Berlind Testdrive: Cisco's TelePresence hi-def video conferencing system.

Review: Drobo (left). Larry Dignan: Do we really hate Apple and the iPhone? Jason O'Grady: YouTube arrives for Apple TV. Leopard screenies posted (again). iPhone dock exposed. Ryan Naraine: Now showing: Apple TV security flaw.

Jason O'Grady: iPhone Developers Camp slated for July 6-8.

Crave: Hands on with YouTube on AppleTV. Think Secret: Gallery: Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard build 9A466 (WWDC 2007).

Photos:

Army touts top tech inventions.

Dan Farber: The state of Enterprise 2.0. Robin Harris: Blu-ray vs HD DVD: game over. Lawrence Lessig: Required Reading: the next 10 years. Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft grows its Office Live family. Microsoft readies new 'Centro' mid-market server test build. Ed Bott: Not one, but two Windows service packs.

Garett Rogers: GDrive "Platypus" still in development.

Compete: Digg overtakes Facebook; Both cross 20 million U.S. Unique Visitors. VentureBeat: Two top Google engineers leave — to Benchmark Capital.

Joe McKendrick: Analysts: more SOA vendor carnage ahead.

Dan Kusnetzky: Novell offers virtual machine driver pack. Paul Murphy: Embedded perceptions: Unix vs Windows. TechRepublic: How do I… Disable services in Windows Vista? Larry Dignan: Behind Purdue's computing simulation on the 2001 World Trade Center attack. United Airlines suffers computer glitch.

Review: Sony VAIO VGN-CR190 (Indigo). AMD looks for fix during rough year. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: If AMD gets out of the fab business, the future's going to be a lot gloomier.

Long Zheng: Microsoft Research demonstrates laptop-compatible multi-touch displays. Can touch this. Verizon gains more FiOS Internet, TV traction; delusional on iPhone impact. Russell Shaw NXTcomm coverage. Verizon CEO: No need for iPhone killer.

Denise Howell: Viacom and YouTube lawyers and others are in violent agreement: intellectual property won't kill social media.

Mitch Ratcliffe: Notes from Research and Relationships session at Supernova. Ryan Stewart: The 'isms' of the Desktop/Browser war and why the web community should engage the desktop more.  VeohTV - The killer desktop application for video? David Berlind: Is desktop virtualization giving Microsoft business model indigestion? George Ou: Microsoft insults our intelligence on Virtualization security.

Topics: Virtualization, Hardware, iPhone, Microsoft, Mobility, Open Source, Social Enterprise

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