News to know: Yahoo Photos out; Google vs. Sharepoint; Microsoft patches coming

Summary:Notable headlines: TechCrunch: Yahoo To Shut Down Yahoo Photos In Favor Of Flickr. Dan Farber: Yahoo Photos out, Flickr in, Flickr video coming soon.

Notable headlines: 

TechCrunch: Yahoo To Shut Down

Yahoo Photos In Favor Of Flickr.
Dan Farber: Yahoo Photos out, Flickr in, Flickr video coming soon.

NewTeeVee: YouTube starts paying star users. Dan Farber and Donna Bogatin on YouTube

Matthew Miller: T-Mobile offers free Windows Mobile 6 upgrade to Dash owners. Gallery (left).

David Berlind: Using Google to replace Sharepoint. LimitNone's gShare offering bridges the MS-Office/Google Apps divide. Against the growing tide of spam, here's one anti-spam standard we desperately need. Now.

Review: SimpleTech SimpleDrive External Hard Drive (1TB, Pininfarina, right).

Ryan Naraine:
Microsoft to ship critical Windows, Office patches. Microsoft to patch zero-day DNS flaw. Microsoft's bulletin.

Zimbra to offer Ubuntu Linux support
.

FCC chairman OK with expanded airwave auction plan.

Senators voice alarm over terrorist Net presence.
Senate committee OKs bills on personal data breaches.


Photos (left): Bringing wireless connections home.

Mary Jo Foley: Meet Microsoft, the advertising company.

TheStreet.com: Google Stock Stuck in Neutral.

James Governor: If markets are conversations then Twitter is money.

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: OLPC--No Windows and Office for you. OLPC focus.

Court rejects Vonage bid for patent case retrial.

ValleyWag: This (Google) NDA never existed.


Garett Rogers: Google Gadget Designer still sucks.

Yahoo Pipes adds interactive maps. John Battelle: Yahoo Testing New Search Look?

AP: EDS earnings rise.

TechCrunch: Guy Kawasaki’s Newest Venture: Truemors.

Nokia unveils slim Barracuda. Gallery (right). Yahoo cranks up cell phone search.

Read/WriteWeb:
The Top 100 Alternative Search Engines, April 2007.

Netgear buys network storage company.

Donna Bogatin: MySpace and the user control fairy tale.

Topics: Social Enterprise, Google, Microsoft

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