News to know: AMD Spider; Amazon Kindle; Visual Studio 2008

News to know: AMD Spider; Amazon Kindle; Visual Studio 2008

Summary: Notable headlines:Dan Farber: AMD lets Spider platform out for holiday seasonRobin Harris: Google's secret home-brew 10 gigE switchAdrian Kingsley-Hughes: Building a Windows Home Server - the easy way!Mary Jo Foley: Visual Studio 2008 to go gold.

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Notable headlines:

Dan Farber: AMD lets Spider platform out for holiday season

Robin Harris: Google's secret home-brew 10 gigE switch

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Building a Windows Home Server - the easy way!

Mary Jo Foley: Visual Studio 2008 to go gold. Ryan Stewart: Visual Studio 2008 coming. What will Microsoft share about Windows futures in 2008? Dan Farber: Amazon's Kindle ebook reader: The cover story. Techmeme.

Photos: Top 10 reviews of the week.

David Berlind: Is Apple getting dragged (kicking, screaming, or suing?) into licensing OS X? David Morgenstern: Tiger update brings Safari headaches. Larry Dignan: Apple’s most valuable vendors; New campus on tap; Jobs raise possible

Dan Farber: Paglo debuts IT search engine as a service.

Christopher Dawson: Should a child's first word be "Google"? Ryan Naraine: Belated Firefox patch coming for (another) protocol handling bug. Auctioneer hyping sale of 'ravaging' ClamAV vulnerability. Dan Farber: Chip bugs can lead to major security disasters

Garett Rogers: 23andme to launch. YouTube HD coming within 3 months

TechCrunch: Facebook offers to buy Chinese social site.

Matthew Miller: First impressions of the Nokia N81 8GB; music now ROCKS on a smartphone! George Ou: More images and products from supercomputing 2007. How Rackable saves power with impeller fans.

New York Times: In Korea, a Boot Camp Cure for Web Obsession.

Dan Farber: Capgemini deploys Google Apps...to itself

Mary Jo Foley: Does 10+20+30+40 = Microsoft buying Yahoo?

Reuters: PayPal offers secure way to shop non-PayPal sites.

House rejects immunity for phone companies in spy suits

Michael Krigsman: Oracle's wall-to-wall software suite

Robert Scoble: The brand promise of Apple.

Roland Piquepaille: Remotely controlled nanoparticles fight tumors. Photos: Nvidia's weekend gameaway.

Heather Clancy: Some green magnetism: Start-up harnesses kinetic movement to generate electricity

David Berlind: Buh-bye hard drive: Box.net's online storage now directly accessible by multiple Web apps

Jason O'Grady: Western Digital raises the mobile HDD bar to 320GB

Wi-Fi piggybackers confess

Topics: Software Development, Amazon, Software, Processors, Operating Systems, Mobility, Hardware, Google, Apple, Windows

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