News to know: Microsoft Pipes; YouTube filtering; Web 2.0 Expo

Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Move over, Yahoo Pipes. Microsoft readies its own Web 2.

Notable headlines:

Mary Jo Foley: Move over, Yahoo Pipes. Microsoft readies its own Web 2.0 mash-up tool. Is Microsoft's Cloud OS actually a Cloud DB?

Schmidt says YouTube 'very close' to filtering system. Russell Shaw on YouTube filtering

Intel unveils ‘Tolapai’ system on a chip roadmap.

Dan Farber: Web 2.0 Expo: WebEx Connect seeks developers. Amazon's S3 passes 5 billion objects stored (Bezos left). Ryan Stewart: 'View source' and Rich Internet Application misconceptions. Monday morning hangover: Adobe and Microsoft. Phil Wainewright: Putting webware on the webtop.

Days numbered for tax-free Net sales.

Sun, Fujitsu
to launch joint Sparc servers.

Russell Shaw: 74 Open Source VoIP apps- all in one place.

David Berlind: Zude’s drag-n-drop Web authoring/remixing make it the Switzerland of the social Web.

TheStreet.com: EMC profit rises.

Ryan Naraine: Microsoft advisories giving clues to hackers.


Attack code raises Windows DNS zero-day risk.
New IM worm targets Skype users.

Review: Adobe Dreamweaver CS3 (left).

David Berlind:
Posting your Microsoft license keys to Web not the brightest thing to do.


Ed Bott: More details about Vista's startup times. Photos: How to create a Windows Vista VPN connection (right).

Gallery: Windows Vista Remote Desktop Connection (left).

Journalists look to bloggers for Virginia Tech story. Techmeme discussion.

Symantec enters online services fray.

Start-up looks to open source as business model.

Larry Dignan: Oracle's service packs meet SOA.

Google makes offline ad headway. Microsoft statement on Google's DoubleClick deal. Techmeme discussion.

Adobe's Creative Suite 3 hits store shelves.

Mary Jo Foley:
Microsoft to help other software vendors go the SaaS route.


Intel R&D on slow boat to China. Photos: Intel's China chip site (right).

Russell Shaw: Why I doubt Skype for Enterprise's short-term chances for large-scale success.

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes:
Ubuntu Version 7.04 availble for download on April 19. Sony really sucks at DRM.

NBC, News Corp. sign video deal with Comcast.

Nokia makes push for mobile TV, widget development
.

Engadget: 8-core Mac Pro hands-on, Apple NAB booth tour.

Steve O'Hear: Brands in Second Life. Gallery (right).

Computerworld: Domain Name System shows signs of stress from financial maneuvering.

Roland Piquepaille
: Super-light crystals for clean energy?

Americans mixed about constant Net access, poll finds.

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