News to know: RSS patents, new Windows vulnerability

Summary:Headlines of the day: Microsoft seeks patent covering Web feed readers. David Berlind's take.

Headlines of the day: 

Microsoft seeks patent covering Web feed readers.

David Berlind's take.

Dave Winer's take.

Lead Samba developer Jeremy Allison has quit Novell in protest over the Microsoft-Novell alliance. The kicker: He's joining Google. Techmeme discussion.

New report of a Windows vulnerability.

Amazon's top selling electronics. (Hint: It's a lot of iPods.) Despite all of Apple's product domination shares have been mediocre.

Vendor checkup. In a rush to get earnings out before the holiday lull...

Research In Motion reported a blowout quarter.

Red Hat allayed fears of Oracle competition.

Qualcomm cut its outlook.

Micron Technology did well.

Solectron gets dinged by restructuring.

Tibco software hits its mark.

Judge: Can't link to Webcast if copyright owner objects.

Venice Project Details And Screen Shots.

Topics: Amazon


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