News to know: Zoho; HP; Windows 7; Patch day

Summary:Notable headlines:Dennis Howlett: Zoho's Googley login raises interesting questionsEd Bott: The key to Windows success? It's all about the driversNews.

Notable headlines:

Dennis Howlett: Zoho's Googley login raises interesting questions

Ed Bott: The key to Windows success? It's all about the drivers

News.com: Facebook pulls ‘stalker list’ tool after Gawker exposes it

Mary Jo Foley: Gates emphasizes PC-phone connectivity in Windows 7

Craigslist fires back at eBay; Bogus Google ads to Kijiji alleged

Larry Dignan: HP seals EDS deal; Services No. 2 behind IBM; Can Hurd run EDS better?

Larry Dignan: Microsoft plugs Office leaks; Delivers 4 critical patches

David Morgenstern: The MS Office 2008 for Mac scandal continues

CIO Sessions: Tasty Baking CIO: Brendan O'Malley

Christopher Dawson: Intense (and really thoughtful) ranting from the OLPC front

Tom Foremski: Google grabs for billions in pharma gold...

Opera: Opera Mini — the people's choice. Matthew Miller: Opera Mini 4.1 comes out of beta and earns a spot as my right soft key shortcut

John Carroll: Greetings from Lesotho

Richard Koman: UK education agency nixes OOXML

Heather Clancy: First, a game of green. Then, fade to black

Paul Miller: A new take on 'Web 3.0' ?

AP: IAC, Liberty resolve spinoff legal skirmish

Dana Blankenhorn: Microsoft's health vision is highly proprietary

TechRepublic: Can Microsoft win over enough developers to change the paradigm?

Icahn reportedly eyes Yahoo proxy fight

Paul Miller: TopQuadrant welcomes Jena lead architect as Chief Product Architect

The Boy Genius Report: BlackBerry Thunder, the touchscreen BlackBerry we've all been waiting for

Jason O'Grady: Big Steve to keynote WWDC

News.com: StumbleUpon's Stumble Video adds new content partnersPaula Rooney: VMware debuts premium Recovery, Stage Manager services

Dan Kusnetzky: Apani and Cross-Platform Server Isolation

John Morris: Microsoft's plan to block Linux on laptops

Christopher Dawson: New AMD Opterons are good news for schools

Joe McKendrick: SOA market passes $2 billion mark, whatever that means

Silicon Alley Insider: Google Search To Surpass Size of Microsoft Windows in 2009

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Could "not so high end" gaming systems tarnish Alienware's reputation?

More on slipstreaming XP SP3

No Brotherly Love: EarthLink will pull its Wi-Fi network from Philly

Richard Koman: Earthlink finally pulls out of Wireless Philly, but all is not lost

Jason O'Grady: HBO programming comes to iTunes

Does Larry Ellison have the best SaaS strategy?

Roland Piquepaille: Satellites seeing clearly despite clouds

Phil Wainewright: CODA2Go and the economics of PaaS

Andrew Nusca: Olympus E-520 dSLR debuts

Harry Fuller: That Florida beach isn't just sand, it could be a lot of crap

Garett Rogers: Google launches Friend Connect with mixed reviews

Topics: Software, Google, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Operating Systems, Windows

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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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