News to know: RIM explains outage; MacBooks vs. hackers; Google

Notable headlines:RIM offers explanation for massive outage.Ryan Naraine: MacBooks survive day one in hacker jungle.

Notable headlines:

RIM offers explanation for massive outage.

Ryan Naraine: MacBooks survive day one in hacker jungle. Apple zaps 25 more Mac OS X bugs. Story.


Russell Shaw: 1995 Newsgroup posting proposing VoIP predates Verizon, Sprint patents. Could this 3Com patent be a solution to Vonage's infringement woes? VOIP Watch: Vonage: Do You Know What 3Com Has?
                                              

Reviews: Iomega StorCenter Pro NAS 150d (2TB at left).
ExtremeMac Luna (right).

Google: We spent $597 million on IT in a quarter. Google first-quarter profit rises almost 70 percent. Donna Bogatin: Google paints $3.7 billion pretty picture. Judge refuses to dismiss Google trademark suit.

Ubuntu 'Feisty Fawn' released, hit by traffic
.



Adrian Kingsley-Hughes installs Windows Home Server
Build 3790
(right)
. Here's his take.

Dell brings back XP on home systems. Ed Bott: Windows
XP
will be around a lot longer than you think
.

Ryan Naraine: JavaScript added to malware arsenal.

AMD posts bigger-than-expected quarterly loss.

Bug hunter targets routers, other gadgets.

George Ou: Fear and anger erupt over $3 Microsoft Suite.

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes:
Is $3 Windows/Office bundle too good to resist? It is when you throw in a cheap PC. Larry Dignan: Microsoft's Linux defense: $3 Windows-Office bundle. Donna Bogatin: Microsoft beats Google in worldwide mission, big time. Techmeme.



Mozilla Thunderbird 2 takes flight. Gallery (left).

David Berlind: Yahoo sued over jailing, torture of Chinese dissident.

Intel pulls out of 3G. Ericsson pulls out of WiMax. Does a wireless battle royale loom?

 

 


Google draws privacy complaint to FTC. Search Engine Land: Google Search History Expands, Becomes Web History.

Cell phone becomes new town crier.

Wired: How Security Companies Sucker Us With Lemons.

Cyberattacks at federal agencies draw House scrutiny.

AOL founder launches health care Web site.

Joe McKendrick
: The incredible shrinking SOA vendor pool: good or bad? Another view: 'Magic number' for SOA services threshold is 'nuts.'

Jason O'Grady: Apple behind new patent reform bill.

Webware hands-on with MySpace news. Techmeme: MySpace officially launches news.

Photos (right): Newest tech in oldest bookstore.

Marc Orchant: Treo 700p fixes coming (at last).

Computerworld: No data stolen in 2006 computer intrusions, says Commerce Dept.

 

Newsletters

You have been successfully signed up. To sign up for more newsletters or to manage your account, visit the Newsletter Subscription Center.
See All
See All