News to know: Zune VideoX; Intel; AMD; Dell; Apple

Summary:Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Zune VideoX: Microsoft's iTunes killer?Vista SP1 available in more languagesThere's more than one way to meshLarry Dignan: Intel's quarter on target: The tech sector exhalesDell rolls out AMD quad-core servers; AMD lands VMware certification Seagate cuts June quarter outlook Video: Hi-tech shoe shoppingGarett Rogers: Add videos of your business to Google Maps Paula Rooney: Sun debuts MySQL 5.

Notable headlines:

Mary Jo Foley: Zune VideoX: Microsoft's iTunes killer?

Larry Dignan: Intel's quarter on target: The tech sector exhales

Dell rolls out AMD quad-core servers; AMD lands VMware certification

Seagate cuts June quarter outlook

Video: Hi-tech shoe shopping

Garett Rogers: Add videos of your business to Google Maps

Paula Rooney: Sun debuts MySQL 5.1 with no licensing change

openQRM goes solo after Qlusters dumps open source strategy

ISO calls for end to Open XML 'personal attacks'

David Morgenstern: Apple seeking engineers with the right touch

Jason O'Grady: Attack of the clones: Psystar to battle Apple on EULA

John Morris: Dell slims down its laptops for small business

Oracle patches DB, apps

Dennis Howlett: Coghead Gallery signals new new opportunities for developers

Facebook: A new way to share with friends Facebook Lexicon

TechRepublic: Don't wait to address performance problems on a project

Andrew Nusca: How to calibrate your HDTV

Phil Wainewright: Squaring the cloud Dana Gardner: It's not your company's data anymore

Fred Wilson: Ten Questions About Entrepreneurs

Dana Blankenhorn: My kid hates Linux too! (so what?)

Matthew Miller: Mowser ends, but the mobile web must live on. Kingsley-Hughes: Mobile Web must die!

TechCrunch: Google's Don't Be Evil Not “Ordained Motto” Says Marissa Mayer

News.com: Amazon's MP3s not affecting iTunes

Kingsley-Hughes: Seagate files suit against STEC for SSD patent infringement

Windows XP SP3 release dates

Zappos tries on Twitter

Gallery: Apple TV 2.0.2 Software Released (right)

Blankenhorn: Windows (in)security and open source

Harry Fuller: Brijit: Saving the planet, one magazine at a time

AOL tacks on Sphere; Reinvention continues

Silicon Alley Insider: Ads In Twitter Streams? Nope

Paul Murphy: The obligatory 'Victoria Falls' post

Segway goes Web 2.0, launches social site

Download Squad: Parenting 2.0: Mom pranks son's MySpace as punishment

Topics: Processors, Apple, Dell, Hardware, Intel, Microsoft, Mobility, Networking, Operating Systems, Software, Telcos, 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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