News to know: Apple as economic barometer; 100 GB memory chip; IE 8; Amazon DevPay

News to know: Apple as economic barometer; 100 GB memory chip; IE 8; Amazon DevPay

Summary: Notable headlines:Robin Harris: 100 GB memory chip coming in 2009Larry Dignan: Apple's first quarter shines, but the outlook crushes stock; Is the beating warranted? David Morgenstern: Is Apple a barometer of the consumer economy?

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Robin Harris: 100 GB memory chip coming in 2009

Larry Dignan: Apple's first quarter shines, but the outlook crushes stock; Is the beating warranted? David Morgenstern: Is Apple a barometer of the consumer economy?

Janice Chen: The best cameras of the Olympus Pre-PMA blitz: 20x megazoom and a new waterproof model

Phil Wainewright on Amazon DevPay: How to really make money with Web 2.0

Mary Jo Foley: 'Super standards' mode to appear in IE 8

George Ou: The polycarbonate all-in-one 22? LCD PC. Gallery (right).

Dennis Howlett: Netsuite responds to customer issues

Dan Farber: iPodPink appears just in time to save the economy

Tom Foremski: State and wireless firms squabble over blame for high cellphone rates

GigaOm: WordPress creator raises $29.5 million

IBM: Lotus Notes for iPhone not ready yet

Cisco speeds up mobile workers' application access

AP: Texas Instruments profits up

Larry Dignan: HP: The ActiveX security follies continue

Virtualization: What are the security risks?

CIA: Cyberattack caused multiple-city blackout

Richard Stiennon: IP adress = PII? I don't think so

Photos: LEDs in your contact lenses

Dana Blankenhorn: The age of the open kimono

What is an open source company really worth?

Business execs snub Facebook

Paul Murphy: MacOS and the Linux desktop lunch

Computerworld: Rock star coders

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Could Windows 7 be the best Windows yet? LiveSide: Windows 7 details emerge--look for software + services Dan Farber: Netvibes add a social dimension to its home base

Matthew Miller: RIM announces BlackBerry platform enhancements

EMC rolls out enterprise SaaS backup service

China's Haier eyes U.S. living rooms. Photos: Going from fridges to upscale phones

Ryan Stewart: WPF versions of Calculator, Paint, and WordPad in Windows 7

Garett Rogers: Google exec joins Ask.com

New Google Gadget for Digg as part of update

AP: MPAA admits mistake on movie downloading study

Roland Piquepaille: The evolution of the Tree of Life

Computerworld: Q&A: N.E. Patriots CIO keeps IT moving up the field

Richard Koman: Twittering through Campaign 2008

Christopher Dawson: Why is my computer slowing down?

RealClearMarkets: Would Google buy the New York Times?

Topics: Amazon, Software, Processors, Operating Systems, Microsoft, Hardware, Google, Browser, Apple, Windows

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