News to know: Outlook flaw; Ending spam; Windows to Mac; Gamemaster

Summary:Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: MS Outlook flaw adds new twist to URI handling saga.David Berlind: After authentication of senders, ending spam requires a relationship managment protocol.

Notable headlines:

Ryan Naraine: MS Outlook flaw adds new twist to URI handling saga.

David Berlind: After authentication of senders, ending spam requires a relationship managment protocol. Tech Shakedown #10: Windows Media Player's error dialog road to nowhere. Podcast: Google's search appliance 5.0 mines

Documentum, other ECMs, but not Google Apps yet.

'Storm worm' exploits YouTube.

Dan Farber: comScore maps global search reach. Comscore statement. Mary Jo Foley: ComScore: Baidu beats Microsoft properties in worldwide search. Microsoft 'Arrowhead' to up support for 'occasionally connected' apps.

George Ou: The all-in-one dual-core VESA Stand PC mod. Gallery (right).

Shrep's blog: Mozilla and mobile. Techmeme. David Morgenstern: MacBook battery firmware fix reveals flaws, recall. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Why Windows users don’t switch to Mac.

Ed Burnette: Interview with a Game Master (conclusion)

Paula Rooney: Linux kernel 2.6.23 released with a wee bit of controversy. Mono at ReMIX: No Moonlight incarnation of WPF planned.

AppleInsider: Apple to launch official iPhone Web applications directory.

At Microsoft, seeking the next billion computer users. Lawmaker blasts U.K. government on Microsoft policy.

Russell Shaw: A closer look at AT&T's terms of service.

ArsTechnica: Google patents datacenter-in-a-shipping-container, ignores Sun's BlackBox.

Blu-ray vs. HD DVD: War without end.

Matthew Miller: myvu Universal edition brings a big screen experience to your portable media player.

Image Gallery: Qwest Fusion Windows Mobile Smartphone.

Robin Harris: Disk drives win Nobel Prize in physics. Larry Dignan: Ballmer speaks; Can Microsoft be everything to everyone? Computerworld: Mother's ire puts Ballmer on defense over Vista.

Dell to expand ink distribution, launch IT management services. Dan Farber: Dell offers new thin client solution. Larry Dignan: Emerging trends: 3D printing; robots galore; human augmentation. Phil Wainewright: Ketera tames the supply chain's long tail.

Dana Blankenhorn: Would patent reform make software patents acceptable?

Google-DoubleClick deal seen winning approval.

Sprint's WiMax dilemma.

Topics: Apple, Collaboration, Google, Hardware, Microsoft, Mobility, Operating Systems, Security, Software, Telcos, Windows

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