News to know: Yahoo; ToorCon; Microsoft Surface, XP; Apple; Psystar

Summary:Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: Microhoo: A frenetic week ahead; Yahoo could turn the tables on MicrosoftNathan McFeters: ToorCon Seattle 2008: Nuke plants, non-existent sub domain attacks, muffin diving, and Guitar Hero ToorCon gallery.Mary Jo Foley: Getting a glimpse of the spherical Microsoft Surface Microsoft XP SP3 on track to RTM on April 21Microsoft accidentally delivers Office Genuine nagwareDoes Microsoft have a gameplan for Groove?

Notable headlines:

Larry Dignan: Microhoo: A frenetic week ahead; Yahoo could turn the tables on Microsoft

Nathan McFeters: ToorCon Seattle 2008: Nuke plants, non-existent sub domain attacks, muffin diving, and Guitar Hero ToorCon gallery.

Mary Jo Foley: Getting a glimpse of the spherical Microsoft Surface

Robin Harris: Holographic storage ships next month!

Jason O'Grady: PayPal: 'No intention' of blocking Safari

EIC podcast: Gaga for Google; Tech earnings; Psystar; Microsoft's Albany

Christopher Dawson: OLPC stuck key issue drawing attention

Caroline McCarthy: Six Apart acquires Apperceptive, fires up client-centric strategy

TechRepublic: Instant communication encourages less autonomous workers

Larry Dignan:

Pictures of Psystar's corporate home; Clone maker's store is open

Ed Burnette: 1,788 entries compete for $5 million Android prize money. Garett Rogers: Google to ramp up hiring in China. Google Video now more usable

Computerworld: Removing hard drive data -- the YouTube way

TechCrunch: Sources: Microsoft Signs Letter Of Intent To Acquire Xobni

Dana Gardner: Open source SOA infrastructure project CXF elevated to full Apache status

Charles Hudson: Social Networking Advertising - It Will Be Even Harder than we Think

Roland Piquepaille: Will the Earth fry future moon astronauts? Self-healing ceramics for nuclear safety

AT&T: Internet to hit full capacity by 2010

Dana Blankenhorn: Will the Internet remain neutral? Joe McKendrick: Are SOA-related business concerns outside the IT 'comfort zone'?

A successful Veterans Administration is dangerous

Why are reformers destroying Veterans' health comp

uter system?

WiFi Networking News: Dead, Dead, Dead: Cities Accept Muni-Fi's Absence

Rik Fairlie: How to troubleshoot your VoIP phone setup

Photos: Top 10 reviews of the week (right)

Matthew Miller: More than double your T-Mobile Shadow runtime with the new extended battery

What ultra portable meets my needs for under $1000?

Jason Perlow: Open Source Commandments II: Passover Penguins

UNIX - Let's get together and feel all right

Census for open-source apps kicks off

Ryan Stewart: The ever-changing definition of RIAs and how people are killing it

Ajaxian: Yahoo! BrowserPlus: The rumour is true

ReadWriteWeb: Enterprise 2.0 To Become a $4.6 Billion Industry By 2013

TechCrunch: Packed House At Y Combinator Startup School

Harry Fuller: Can every day be Earth Day? Cleantech money, there's more, but there's also less

Andrew Nusca: Can solid state hard drives really improve system performance?

Joshua Greenbaum: Microsoft CRM Online Hunts Salesforce.com

Paul Murphy: Is OOP a branch to nowhere?

Topics: Microsoft, Apple, CXO, Google, Hardware, Open Source, Social Enterprise, Windows

About

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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