News to know: Microsoft 'Tahiti'; Intel vs. AMD; Skype beta; SAP exec leaves

Summary:Notable headlines: Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft readies new 'Tahiti' collaboration service. Microsoft fills in its System Center roadmap.

Notable headlines:

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft readies new 'Tahiti' collaboration service. Microsoft fills in its System Center roadmap.

Yahoo opens up e-mail APIs to outsiders. Techmeme discussion.

David Berlind: After slamming Intel for using retired benchmarks, AMD does the same thing in China.

Garett Rogers: Google Notebook leaves beta, gets new interface. Ground-level photography from Vutool to appear in Google Earth?

New Intel chip:

 

Skype Beta:


BBC: US 'no longer technology king'

Larry Dignan: Shai Agassi out at SAP. Joshua Greenbaum: SAP in the Post-Agassi Era.

GPL draft:

Larry Dignan: GPL 3 isn't the 'last call'; FSF locks in on Microsoft-Novell.

Dana Blankenhorn: GPL tries to make legal language fit lofty goals.

Ed Burnette: New GPLv3 draft takes aim at Microsoft/Novell but loosens crypto restrictions. 

George Ou: Did Apple install a rootkit in Apple TV?

Ryan Stewart: 40,000 downloads of Adobe Apollo since alpha launch.

Web filters mistakenly blocking Yahoo.

Dan Farber: HP makes small businesses a priority.

Why Microsoft should buy DoubleClick.

Microsoft releases Zune update.

Cisco to acquire chip start-up Spans Logic.

Photos (right): Old and new autos at Euro shows.

Computerworld: Why Microsoft should fear Apple. 

Can Intel-based Macs really save your university money?

Techmeme: Microsoft transparency PR flap.

Topics: Microsoft

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