A look at today's notable headlines:
Paul Murphy highlights a company running its supercomputing and life sciences software business on PlayStation 3 hardware.
eWeek reports British security researcher David Litchfield is raising an alert for a brand-new class of vulnerabilities affecting Oracle database products.
Baseline magazine has dossiers and references on business intelligence players Cognos, Hyperion and MicroStrategy.
Dan Farber looks at HP's latest datacenter cooler.
ComputerWorld: Are nightly backups irrelevant?
TechCrunch picks apart the business model of startup Presto.
You think Google is overvalued? Nope. Try AT&T, which is among 24/7 Wall Street's 15 Most Overvalued Stocks.
The Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg declares the Wii the winner over PlayStation 3.
TheStreet.com reports that Tivo is stuck on pause.
Mark Cuban has a ditty about Web video vs. HDTV