News to know: Vista SP1; Microsoft earnings; MacBook specs; VOIP

Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Select group of testers get new builds of XP SP3, Vista SP1Larry Dignan: Microsoft earnings shine; Ups fiscal year outlookJeff Jones (err Microsoft): Vista more secure than everythingIs Microsoft tinkering with Live Search results?David Morgenstern: MacBook Air: Observations on its technical note.

Notable headlines:

Mary Jo Foley: Select group of testers get new builds of XP SP3, Vista SP1

Larry Dignan: Microsoft earnings shine; Ups fiscal year outlook

David Morgenstern: MacBook Air: Observations on its technical note. Engadget: MacBook Air slowest Apple on the block

Phil Wainewright: Taking the reins and tending the cows at WebEx

Joe McKendrick: SOA + Web 2.0 = higher business IQ

Paul Miller: Getting enveloped by the potential of Cloud computing

Wireless auction opens with $2.4 billion bid total

Photos: Cracking open the iBook G3 (right)

Dana Blankenhorn: Hacking and the modern hospital

Proprietary take-over of open source a fairy tale

Paula Rooney: Gates: secret admirer of Linux, open source?

Heather Clancy: Attention IT managers: Two green PCs from HP that won't get you laughed out of the office

Janice Chen: The best of five new digital cameras from Canon: The Canon Rebel XSi

George Ou: Turning any monitor in to a 3D VR display

Earnings roundup:

Roland Piquepaille: Will diatoms lead to faster computer chips? Rumor mill: AMD and IBM could get cozy

DomainToolsBlog: Google to kill domain tasting

Russell Shaw:  VoIP Traffic Manager- a turnkey solution for hosted VoIP management

Richard Stiennon: Beware the knowledgable insider. Societe Generale shows us why. Cyber confusion. What is the airforce talking about? George Ou: Don't assume WPA2 is more secure than WPA

Picture this: Insignia digital picture frames may carry virus

Symantec: Securing new devices will require new approaches, business models Symantec warns of router compromise

Five reasons not to fear a $200 Linux PC

Photos: Three low-cost Linux PCs

Bits: YouTube on the go.

Dan Farber: Social networks: The new pulse of the Internet

Chirp displays a social screen saver

Paul Miller: Demonstrating the value of SPARQL to the Semantic Web

Netflix plans streaming video service for Mac Vudu drops price to fend off Apple TV

TechCrunch: Battelle turns down $100 million offer for FM Publishing

Joshua Greenbaum: as an economic barometer

Images: Isaiah architecture up close (right)

Russell Shaw: Why forcing ISPs to crack down on music copyright infringers' is a bad idea

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: A third of all iPhones sold ended up unlocked


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