News to know: 100 million data breaches; Cisco's iPhone

News to know: 100 million data breaches; Cisco's iPhone

Summary: Headlines of the day: 10 companies where SOA made a difference in 2006  The iPhone is out--it just belongs to Cisco. Gizmodo said it would break the iPhone news and it did--sort of.

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Headlines of the day: 

10 companies where SOA made a difference in 2006 

The iPhone is out--it just belongs to Cisco. Gizmodo said it would break the iPhone news and it did--sort of. Cisco is announcing the iPhone, a VOIP phone put out by Linksys. What will Apple call its ummmm iPhone?

NASA to reveal major Google announcement Monday.

Time names You person of the year (not that you don't deserve it, but there are better candidates) and gushes about Web 2.0. Wondering what'll mark the end of the Web 2.0 bubble? Now you've got it. When Time tells you all about Web 2.0 it's the equivalent of those famous words "it's different this time." At the least it's on par with the Sports Illustrated cover jinx.   

There have been data breaches of 100 million records, according to the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse

Security woes ahead: What's a Vista exploit worth? Microsoft speeds up phishing shield for IE7. Botworm exploits Symantec flaw.   

Glam.com founder on new media valuations

All about High-performance flexible organic transistors.

No truer statement than this one. Bill Gates: "People should just buy a CD and rip it. You are legal then" 

Tablets, biometrics disrupting the status quo at your local doctor's office.

 Gadgets are energy hogs.

Leasing saves an education IT budget. 

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