News to know: Photoshop's HD support; DST costs; Vista hands on #10

Summary:Notable headlines: David Berlind: Will Negroponte’s One Laptop Per Child be a problem for Microsoft? Image Gallery (right).

Notable headlines: 

David Berlind: Will Negroponte’s One Laptop Per Child be a problem for Microsoft? Image Gallery (right).

Photoshop gets HD Photo support. Adobe adds new Photoshop flavor with CS3.

Make: 5.5g iPods can now run Linux.

Larry Dignan
: What does Daylight Saving Time cost IT? DST blog focus. Computerworld: With DST nigh, here's the latest on vendor patches, fixes.

Mary Jo Foley:
More shake-ups on the Windows Live side of the Microsoft house? Open letter to Microsoft: Buy Yahoo.

Photos: This helmet plays mind games (right). Emotiv’s man-machine melding interface technology.

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Essential Firefox extensions - What are they?

Gates urges federal data privacy law.

Crave: Boss can now get in your face remotely.

Camino 1.0.4 browser released.

Microsoft's research labs offer freebies. Scientific American: New systems may allow people to record everything they see and hear--and even things they cannot sense--and to store all these data in a personal digital archive.

Ryan Stewart:
Using FlexBook to show what Flex can do.

TechCrunch: Federated Media Raising More Money, Looking to Sell.

Paul Murphy: IT: where success fails, and failure succeeds.

Ed Bott's Vista Hands On #10: Manage wireless networks. George Ou: Choosing between Vista x86 32 bit or x64 64 bit.

TheStreet.com: Hewlett-Packard Settles Inkjet Patent Suit.

News.com: Sony
brings it 'Home' for the PS3. Mashable: Playstation Crushes Second Life with Superior Platform. Techmeme discussion.

Alan Graham: Building for Web 2.0: Part 1.

Clearwire IPO on its way.

Dan Farber's CIO Sessions
: Tim Stanley, Harrah’s Entertainment. Video (right).

Russell Shaw: Why Skype's 500 million download mark is a misleading number.

Donna Bogatin: Google arrogant? Google CEO Eric Schmidt responds. Yahoo HotJobs needs Craigslist to fill hot jobs at Yahoo.

MediaShift: Web Focus Leads Newspapers to Hire Programmers for Editorial Staff.

Steve O'Hear: Who needs iTunes? The rise of the 'indie friendly' video download store.

Ask.com blog: The New Shape of Local Search.

Topics: Microsoft

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Larry Dignan is Editor in Chief of ZDNet and SmartPlanet as well as Editorial Director of ZDNet's sister site TechRepublic. He was most recently Executive Editor of News and Blogs at ZDNet. Prior to that he was executive news editor at eWeek and news editor at Baseline. He also served as the East Coast news editor and finance editor at CN... Full Bio

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