News to know: Zero day; Yahoo; dying iPods

Summary:Yahoo's reorg from all angles.Novell: We’ll help Microsoft develop ODF compatibility in Office, if they ask.

Yahoo's reorg from all angles.

Novell: We’ll help Microsoft develop ODF compatibility in Office, if they ask.

Satellite to be rerouted in James Kim search.

Dan Fost of the San Francisco Chronicle profiles TechCrunch founder and Web 2.0 blogger kingpin Mike Arrington

The Wall Street Journal's Lee Gomes has an interesting take on Silicon Valley's support for microlending (subscription required).

Also in the Journal, what do you do when your iPod dies?

Industry group urges caution on U.S. plan for RFID-enabled ID cards.

An easier Vista deployment?

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer talks life after Vista.

New Word zero-day attack. Advisory here.

CMGI is back.

Big Blue chips in on Big Bang research

Topics: Microsoft


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