News to know: Apple; Hakia; EclipseCon; ActiveX security

News to know: Apple; Hakia; EclipseCon; ActiveX security

Summary: Notable headlines:David Morgenstern: Did Microsoft beat Apple to dual-sided touch technology? Jason O'Grady: Apple bumps Airport Express to 802.

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David Morgenstern: Did Microsoft beat Apple to dual-sided touch technology? Jason O'Grady: Apple bumps Airport Express to 802.11n

Paul Miller: hakia licenses OntoSem technology to third parties

Paula Rooney: Run-time rival for Java, .NET?

Dana Gardner: EclipseCon debuts OSGi runtime offerings

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Putting together a portable office - MKII (right)

Janice Chen: Don't underestimate Samsung digital cameras

Tom Foremski: Google should close down "evil" Performics business

VentureBeat: FriendFeed has search; Where's Twitter's?

Dana Blankenhorn: Bringing health care to the office

Larry Dignan: The Bear Stearns fiasco: What tech vendors will take a few lumps?

George Ou: Zone-H web defacement data shows platforms don't matter

Joe McKendrick: Keeping SOA, the silo killer, from creating new silos

Paul Miller: Semantic Web sets conference data free? Looking for a dominant Semantic Web search engine

Marc Andreessen: Ning passes 200,000 social networks

News.com: Benioff takes stock of software shifts

Benioff: Platform as a service needs a decade to cook

Mary Jo Foley: Supreme Court won't block Novell's antitrust suit against Microsoft

Microsoft, Intel to team on new parallel, multicore research efforts

Microsoft licenses Adobe's FlashLite for Win Mobile phones

Michael Krigsman: IT failures and social media

Unwired View: iPhone 2.0, 3.0 or nano: A clamshell, flip phone?

Photos: Bat plane to spy for U.S. Army

Dana Blankenhorn: News still hasn't seen the money from open source

Will the GPL be overtaken by AGPL?

Ryan Stewart: Prism 0.9 released, runs as a Firefox Extension

Christopher Dawson: You can block Craigslist, but don't touch YouTube!

iMovie lets students focus on content, not videography

Mitch Ratcliffe: Jump Point: Data-control, day-parting and success in any age

MobileTechRoundup #126, Q1 Ultra, REDFLY, and EV-DO A for the Mogul

EU backs Nokia standard for mobile TV

Dave Greenfield: Avaya Changes the UC Game

Photos: Offbeat laptop sleeves at Barry's Farm

BMC buys BladeLogic, eyes data center automation

Topics: Software Development, Apple, Browser, Data Centers, Hardware, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Security, Storage

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