News to know: Microsoft-Novell; FTC probes Google; Meet the PlayTable

News to know: Microsoft-Novell; FTC probes Google; Meet the PlayTable

Summary: Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: Parsing the details of the Microsoft-Novell pact. Dana Blankenhorn: Novell document dump makes it look like a scandal.

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Larry Dignan: Parsing the details of the Microsoft-Novell pact. Dana Blankenhorn: Novell document dump makes it look like a scandal. Mary Jo Foley: Novell publishes details on its Microsoft patent deal.

New York Times: Google Deal Said to Bring U.S. Scrutiny.   AP on the FTC probe.

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to take the wraps off 'PlayTable.'

Intel: Software needs to heed Moore's Law.

Photos (left): The Army's vision for soldier tech.

Phil Wainewright: Do SaaS ventures need VCs?

Top 10 reviews of the week.

Avaya reportedly in talks to be sold. Russell Shaw: Avaya said to be buyout candidate: will Asterisk benefit?

Toshiba to use AMD chip in laptop PCs. George Ou: Why dumb-downed no-RAID storage is bad for consumers. RAID storage explained.

Ryan Stewart: To browser or not? It doesn’t really matter.

Steve O'Hear: Five most popular apps on Facebook.

Garett Rogers: Green Border: Google's next assult on MSN/Yahoo?

Will green mean go for mobile projectors? Photos (right): The green view from Beijing.

TechCrunch: How Much Is Your Soul Worth? PayPerPost Now Lets Bloggers Set The Price.

Donna Bogatin: Google’s risky advertising business.

China cracking down on college campus porn sites.

Concerts get 'Second Life' on Internet.

GAO: FBI needs a lesson in network security.

PCWorld: Computer Glitch Tangles Japanese Flights.

Dan Farber: Coming up: D--All Things Digital conference. Photos: When Bill Gates met Steve Jobs.

San Francisco Chronicle: Getting in the game at Microsoft.

Garett Rogers: Google Maps "Street View" to be launched at Where 2.0? Redeye VC: Myspace - the next Prodigy?

Topics: Google, Apps, China, Toshiba, Storage, Microsoft, Laptops, Intel, Hardware, PCs

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