News to know: Macworld; Your Gmail on iPhone surprise; Patches; Intel

News to know: Macworld; Your Gmail on iPhone surprise; Patches; Intel

Summary: Notable headlines:Macworld coverage: Ed Burnette: Time Capsule works with PCs tooGarett Rogers: New iPhone update will confuse and upset many Gmail...

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Macworld coverage:

Security roundup: Oracle patch batch fixes 26 flaws; Come and get it: $20K bounty on Microsoft vulnerabilities; Just in time for Macworld: A rogue application dubbed MacSweeper; Researchers outline Wi-Fi router hijacking via browser

Rik Fairlie: Wi-Fi routers vulnerable to UPnP attack from hackers

Larry Dignan: Intel: Fourth quarter falls short of estimates; outlook light

TechCrunch: Twitter fails keynote test

Christopher Dawson: I just wrote a proposal for a big Mac rollout (?!?!?)

AP: IBM to add software for Apple devices

News.com: SAP's business user organization to move to Business Objects

FCC chief says economy could hurt wireless sale. Internet 'heroes and villains' vie for ISPA awards

Photos: Brain signals propel robot (right)

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to push WGA-free IE 7 update to corporate users in February Seeing red over Microsoft's Macworld spoiler

Matthew Miller: Handmark releases Pocket Express Travel for the iPhone

Robin Harris: High-end flash drive goes mainstream

Russell Shaw: This developer I've been corresponding with could be weeks away from a truly killer app for cellphones

Joe McKendrick: Europe leads with SOA: if so, why? Dana Gardner: MuleSource takes aim at SOA governance, launches subscription-based ESB

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Building a sub $1,000 gaming PC

GigaOm: Google's Achilles heel

George Ou: Beware of rigged CPU efficiency study

Dana Blankenhorn: What the electronic medical record movement needs

Is Jazz the real deal for IBM?

Google, Clearwire team up on Google Apps

VMware picks up application virtualization company Thinstall

ArsTechnica: 2008 shaping up to be the year of filters for ISPs

Boom predicted for GPS-enabled handsets

Photos: A Googleplex grows in D.C. (right)

Josh Taylor: Mixed HD-DVD messages from Toshiba (and Google)? Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: HD DVD price cuts - Fire sale or an attempt to keep the format alive?

Roland Piquepaille: Capturing ambient intelligence

Ryan Stewart: Babbel: Learn a new language with a rich Internet application

Nokia to cut up to 2,300 staff

U.K.'s fastest supercomputer unveiled

Analysts: Sony Ericsson earnings down

Topics: Mobility, Apple, Software Development, Software, Networking, iPhone, Intel, Health, Hardware, Google, Enterprise Software, Collaboration, Browser, Wi-Fi

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