News to know: Windows 7; eBay; Space race; Java

Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Windows 7 and Windows Live to get tighterEd Bott: Vista virtualization: The bigger pictureVia makes way for 64-bit chipsLarry Dignan: eBay CEO Whitman steps down; execs shuffled amid weak outlookBTL podcast: Stock shock, iPod saturation, open source tipping points and more...Virgin Galactic unveils SpaceShipTwo; Plans open architecture spaceship.

Notable headlines:

Mary Jo Foley: Windows 7 and Windows Live to get tighter

Ed Bott: Vista virtualization: The bigger picture

Via makes way for 64-bit chips

Larry Dignan: eBay CEO Whitman steps down; execs shuffled amid weak outlook

BTL podcast: Stock shock, iPod saturation, open source tipping points and more...

Virgin Galactic unveils SpaceShipTwo; Plans

open architecture spaceship. Photos: Virgin Galactic models SpaceShipTwo

David Morgenstern: View of Apple from an insider heading out

Dana Blankenhorn: How will HTML 5 change the Web?

George Ou: Analysis: Server Side Java energy efficiency versus load

Richard Stiennon: Now this is leverage: scaling a phishing operation

Tom Foremski: We live in the conversation age and not the thinking age

HP signs up Sony Pictures for made-on-demand DVDs

Matthew Miller: Palm settles lawsuit for excessive Treo 600/650 repairs

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: AMD/ATi launch three new budget graphics cards

Dan Farber: Video: Super Techie: Firefox CTO Brendan Eich. Open source business model reaching tipping point

Apple iPods: Are we saturated yet?

Qualcomm results show strong demand

Russell Shaw: Company tells me they are working on touchscreen monitors for softphones When it comes to converged services, please keep the control screen GUIs simple

SIP Forum approves V1.0 of SIPConnect Technical Recommendation

Fonality, Dell team up for SMB VoIP solution

Christopher Dawson: Anyone out there cleaning their keyboardsAre those Macs I see?

Last.fm: Free the music

Dan Farber: Google Health ready for action?

WSJ: IBM's salary cuts

Harry Fuller: We are seeing the death of nuclear power's precious myth

Dana Gardner: IBM's AptSoft acquistion opens SOA event processing to line of business personnel

Joe McKendrick: Analyst: Sun positioning to battle Red Hat JBoss for emerging SOA market

Canadian students test Nintendo Wii workout

Images: Microsoft, Dell products go Red

Roland Piquepaille: Cellphones to detect dirty bombs?

Dennis Howlett: Dear Bill G: one more thing

Database assembles U.S. warnings of Saddam threat

Steve O'Hear: Why Facebook will drag its heels over data portability

Ryan Stewart: Rich Internet application predictions from the experts

Richard Koman: The federal budget is finally digital DC workers fired for looking at porn - 19,000 times

ReadWriteWeb: Microsoft to join DataPortability.org

Motorola profit meets expectations, but loss on phones forecast

Quit fooling with wireless-spectrum auction

Images: Is that a rock or a man on Mars (right)?

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