News to know: OS X equivalent of ZERT; Microsoft ODF converter; Zune phone

Summary:Notable headlines:Mac Developer mulling OS X equivalent of ZERT.Disagreement over impact of Vista’s analog hole.

Notable headlines:

Mac Developer mulling OS X equivalent of ZERT.

Disagreement over impact of Vista’s analog hole.

Microsoft to release ODF document converter.

802.3af Power Over Ethernet on the cheap.

Product focus:

Toshiba joins Vista system parade with four new notebooks.

Gallery: Toshiba’s first retail-targeted 4.1-pound ultra-portable runs Vista.

Photos of Toshiba's Vista-loaded lineup.

Toshiba's Portege R400 supports SideShow, but could do better.

For $900, Toshiba’s Vista-loaded Satellite A135 hits right at the middle.

Toshiba’s Satellite P105: Productivity ace or gaming demon? We’re not sure anybody knows.


PhatWare PenCommander 2.0 supports Vista and adds more functionality

Amazon: 220,000 developers signed up for Amazon Web Services.

The Truth about Online Dating.

Kevin Rose on gaming Digg. Digg: Kevin Rose targets social networking.

Demo 07:
Aggregate Knowledge revs up discovery engine.
Reveal debuts P2P enterprise search application.

GarageBand for Web testers.

Demo blog focus.

Photos: Demo '07 on parade

Source: Microsoft Zune Phone In the Works

Users find ways around early Vista licensing hurdles.

Goodbye, ‘Vienna.’ Hello ‘Windows 7.'

Original ‘Origami’ team moves to a new secret project

A Vista vs. Linux Matchup - Part 2: Dual-booting Vista and Linux; Part 3: Hardware Wars.

Electronic Arts Beats Estimates for 4Q.

Report: Dell faces lawsuit over alleged Intel pact.

A formula for staffing SOA projects.

Why Apple's board is standing by Jobs.

Senate Democrats badger FCC boss on Net neutrality.

Photos: Boomerang bosses: CEOs who came back.

U.S. government’s cyber security grade: D.

Port scan spike hints at BrightStor attack.

Flickr
abandons the “old skool.” WTF is Technorati up to?

Verizon Wireless joins Sprint with launch of EV-DO Rev. A network

Rackable Says 2007 EPS Might Be Lower.

The 5 Immutable Laws of Persuasive Blogging.

Education software firm OKs open-source patent use.

Hillary TV broadcasts on YouTube

Pentium 4, we hardly knew ye

Is the PS3 too expensive?

Topics: Toshiba

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