News to know: Ubuntu Server; WinHEC; Windows Home Server; Linus Torvalds

Summary:Notable headlines:Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: LAMP On Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn) Server Edition.

Notable headlines:

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: LA

MP On Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn) Server Edition. Gallery (right). Will Dell stuff Ubuntu PCs full of craplets?

Mary Jo Foley: At WinHEC the future is off limits for Microsoft. Microsoft attempts to rally more hardware vendors around Rally. Ed Bott: On the road with Vista.

InformationWeek: Linus Torvalds Responds To Microsoft Patent Claims.

Senators propose infinite H-1Bs for advanced degree holders. Declan McCullagh: Gonzales proposes new crime: 'Attempted' copyright infringement.

Oracle to buy Agile Software.

TechCrunch: Truemore launches.

Microsoft delays Office converters for Mac. Jason O'Grady: Apple updates MacBook with faster processors. Apple releases new MacBook laptops.

Mary Jo Fole

y: Microsoft adds partners, plans for Windows Home Server. Ed Bott's review and gallery. Gates: 40 million Vista copies sold.

Ryan Naraine: Rutkowska (left) launches Invisible Things Labs startup.

Bill Joy: Clean tech bigger than Internet. Yahoo!'s Green Goal Gives Pause.

Garett Rogers: Google Audio Ads given to more users.

Russell Shaw: BlackBerry 8800: the good and bad. The review (right). Matthew Miller: Handheld market share falls 40% over last year.

AP: Sony quarterly loss widens.

N.Y. attorney general accuses Dell of fraud.

IBM unveils risk management products.

Ryan Stewart: Project Orbit launches, puts OpenLaszlo on devices.

The robots are coming. Photos (right): Humanoid robots come to life at MIT.

Dennis Howlett: SAP's A1S still shrouded in the mists. Larry Dignan: SAP, Novell team up on SUSE support.

Dan Kusnetzky: Virtualization - Trend or Buzzword?

Larry Dignan: TJX data breach costs: $17 million and growing.

Google: 10 percent of sites are dangerous. Donna Bogatin: YouTube copyright lawsuits mount: Who needs Google?

Sun, allies broaden open-source chip push.

John Carroll: Responding to Mr. Allison on ODF.

Computerworld: Teach XP and Vista to play nice on networks.

Dana Gardner: Microsoft: A law firm pretending to be an army pretending to be a software company.

Photos (right): Austin builds on green concepts.

Yahoo names investment banker CFO. Mitch Ratcliffe: Yahoo brings in a dealmaker: Transactions ahead.

Apple: iTunes offers Paul McCartney album. Techmeme discussion.

Reuters: Applied Materials profit top estimates.

Review: ViewSonic N3235w.

Engadget: Motorola RAZR 2 hands-on.

Topics: Open Source, Microsoft, Servers, Windows


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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