News to know: SAP responds to Oracle suit; Outlook archive; Twinhead Durabook

Summary:Notable headlines:Dan Farber: SAP acknowledges inappropriate downloads by TomorrowNow in response to Oracle suit. Download filing.

Notable headlines:

Dan Farber: SAP acknowledges inappropriate downloads by TomorrowNow in response to Oracle suit. Download filing.

David Berlind: Is it time for the battery life equivalent of a 'nutrition label?'

Robin Harris: Outlook's risky archives - and how to fix them. Review (right): Twinhead Durabook D13RY. Microsoft document formats gain Mass. favor. Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft submits XPS alternative to PDF to ECMA for standardization. Microsoft buys two datacenters for $200 million. Microsoft says more Vista Ultimate add-ons are in the pipeline.

Operation Bot Roast: Too little too late.

Larry Dignan: NetSuite preps long awaited IPO.

Jeremy Allison: That which survives: The

problem of data longevity.

Photos: Where ScanEagle drones dare.

Christopher Dawson: SUSE vs. Ubuntu - first impressions. Open source statistics? Anyone? Anyone?

Ryan Stewart: Does the Rich Internet Application “battle” hinge on rich media?

Russell Shaw: iPhone touch screen’s secret sauce: “gesture-interpretation software.” BlackBerry CEO: iPhone's helped us.

Dan Kusnetzky: Day 2 of the old coffee-in-the-keyboard trick. Eplica Services: Our thin client move yielded ROI in nine months.

Dan Farber: Orchestria adds controls to the dark matter.

Matthew Miller: Forum Nokia developers actively support S60 devices. Gallery (right).

Dan Farber: Zoho joins Facebook.

Computerworld: VA inspector general blames IT specialist for Birmingham data loss.

Larry Dignan: Google officially picks up GrandCentral.

Jason O'Grady: iPhone Diary Day 4: Port complete, unreading email, iCrash.

Larry Dignan: Universal Music plays iTunes hardball with Apple. Techmeme. TechRepublic: Not everyone can (or wants to) be a geek.

Topics: SAP, iPhone, Microsoft, Mobility, Oracle

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