News to know: Browser data leaks; Tweetr; SOA sabotage

News to know: Browser data leaks; Tweetr; SOA sabotage

Summary: Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: Do you know what’s leaking out of your browser? Symantec vulnerability research founder joins Microsoft.

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Notable headlines:

Ryan Naraine: Do you know what’s leaking out of your browser? Symantec vulnerability research founder joins Microsoft.

Ryan Stewart: Is Tweetr the first mainstream Apollo application?

Dion Hinchcliffe: Mashups: The next major new software development model?

Robin Harris: Apple’s Spotlight: keywords are so ’90s.

David Berlind:
Mobile RIAs: Java, Apollo, and Silverlight’s deathmatch? If so, what of Eclipse v. Netbeans?

Engadget: Microsoft building a Zune factory

AP: Thomson, Reuters Agree on Merger.


Jeremy Allison: Crushed by the Wheels of Industry.

Photos (right): Digital tech for the disabled.

Casey Serin: The world's most hated blogger?

Microsoft-Linux patent flap:


Review: Canon PIXMA iP90v - printer - color - ink-jet

Online retail has years to grow, survey says.

Applications development:

Russell Shaw: Updated BlackBerry Pearl due in September: five colors, GPS AND WiFi.

Joe McKendrick: Analyst: IT departments are sabotaging SOA.

Donna Bogatin: Google boosts sex (identification) performance.

Photos (right): Tivo and Tina's wedding

TechCrunch:
Things Sure Are Quiet At MySpace News.

Pronet Advertising:
Digg is censoring content internally.

Dan Kusnetzky: Virtual Iron Update.

AP: Murdoch Promises Bancrofts a Board Seat.

Apple 2.0: Apple iPhones on eBay for $1,000 to $10,000. AppleInsider: Apple may build 3G wireless into future notebook model.

Russell Shaw: Pentagon bans MySpace, YouTube, others on DoD networks. Techmeme discussion.

Computerworld: Offshoring Isn't Just About the Money, Survey Suggests.

Skype, Wal-Mart strike retail deal. Larry Dignan: Wal-Mart takes Skype to the masses.

Review: Western Digital MyBook World Edition NAS server (right).

SAP acquiring two European software makers.

Donna Bogatin: Bill Gates on local advertising: Yellow Pages gone in 5 years.

Alan Graham: How companies like Crushpad will change our world.

Russell Shaw: BlackBerry CEO: here's why there won't be any more major outages.

Topics: Legal, Browser, Microsoft, Software Development

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