News to know: Nokia Symbian; XP phase-out; Apple badware

Summary:Notable headlines: Mary Jo Foley: No reprieve: XP phase-out begins June 30 Dancho Danchev: Trojan exploiting unpatched Mac OS X vulnerability in the wildSpam attack shut downs Marshall Islands email service200,000 sites spreading web malware, China's hosting the most John Carroll: Why I still prefer Internet Explorer Ryan Naraine:  How does Apple get away with this badware behavior?

Notable headlines:

Mary Jo Foley: No reprieve: XP phase-out begins June 30

Dancho Danchev:

John Carroll: Why I still prefer Internet Explorer

 Ryan Naraine:  How does Apple get away with this badware behavior?

Microhoo talks on again--or not

Microsoft releases critical update for Office 2008 for Mac

Jason D. O'Grady: I'm done with the MacBook Air (for now)

iSuppli: iPhone 3G costs $173 to make

David Morgenstern: Is AppleScript under siege?

Phil Wainewright: Is Bill Gates a secret cloud convert?

Dan Kusnetzky: Tresys unveils VM Fortress

Jason Perlow: ProxMox: The high-performance virtualization server for the rest of us

AV in the cloud... wait, what?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Giving Windows Vista another chance ...

Joe McKendrick: Is Microsoft slow to the punch on SOA, or just waiting for the right moment?

Michael Krigsman: Oracle / SAP increase prices

Nokia to buy SymbianNokia Symbian deal winners and losers

Nokia buys Symbian to form open-source Android killer First Symbian Foundation handsets due in 2010 Dana Blankenhorn: Nokia Symbian deal shows Google on right track Ryan Stewart: Mobile RIAs - getting more exciting thanks to Nokia and Symbian

Dennis Howlett: Will Oracle answer these questions?

Larry Dignan: Geek Squad: Best Buy's secret sauce?

Photos: Let there be light off the grid

Cozying up on Twitter

Reports: 'World's thinnest' LCD HDTVs to ship in July

Dana Blankenhorn: Sorry Simon, but you're still screwing up

Heather Clancy: Why Cisco's new low-carbon diet isn't just a fad (updated)

Texas Instruments strives to make power management more intuitive, deep within its processors

Matthew Miller:

Oliver Marks: The view from the trenches (Collaboration 2.0)

Paul Murphy: The top Sun Ray myths

Mobile phone battery dead? Try dancing

ZDNet's CIO Vision Series: E-Loan CIO: Jay Shah [right]

IT innovation amidst a housing meltdown
Start-up sues Google over e-mail switching tool

Dana Gardner: ITIL's influence extends beyond IT operations to enhance SOA, portfolio management and change management

Topics: Software, Apple, Browser, Collaboration, CXO, Enterprise Software, Hardware, Microsoft, Nokia, Operating Systems, Software Development, Virtualization, Windows

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David Grober has worked a variety of editorial roles in the technology media since 1982, when he joined the copy desk at IDG's Computer Business News. He served as managing editor for PC Week (now eWeek) and, later, Digital News. David made the leap from print to online publishing in 1994, when he joined Ziff-Net's Software Library. Sinc... Full Bio

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