News to know: Verizon FiOS install; Jerry Yang; Microsoft code protection

News to know: Verizon FiOS install; Jerry Yang; Microsoft code protection

Summary: Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: The Verizon FiOS installation: The key points. Stupid FioS broadband tricks.

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Larry Dignan: The Verizon FiOS installation: The key points. Stupid FioS broadband tricks. Gallery (right).

George Ou: Intel's technically legitimate but shady benchmarks. According to AMD, Intel Core 2 Duo doesn't exist.

Larry Dignan: Jerry Yang makes Yahoo earnings debut amid low expectations.

Read/WriteWeb: 4 Years Ago Today - Netscape Corporation Killed, Mozilla Foundation Born. John Spooner: Intel Inside the OLPC. OLPC and Intel bury the hatchet--for the children.

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to offer code protection, validation to other software developers.

Dana Gardner: IT enters its most fertile development era ever.

Ryan Naraine: Critical MS Excel flaw dings Mac users. PHP Group to pull plug on PHP 4. Symantec going private? It's not a crazy thought.

Photos: Top 10 reviews of the week.

Sun says Java flaw has been patched.

Russell Shaw: SunRocket said to be on last legs. Packet 8 takes leap forward with customized recording services.

Hindustan Times: Google, Yahoo may be eyeing Rediff.

How to Split An Atom: How To Define Web 3.0.

Ryan Stewart: Rich Internet Applications, SEO and Accessibility. Jason O'Grady: Over 150 iPhone Web applications available. Hack: Custom iPhone ringtones. Paul Murphy: Securing the PC. Tom Foremski: Are you a widget or are you a business? Robert Scoble: Google Reader + Facebook Application = Digg killer?

Reuters: It's no secret: Facebook's allure is its privacy.

eWeek: The Merging of SOA and Web 2.0.

Marc Orchant: iPhone satisfaction numbers are unreal. Jason O'Grady: How to get video onto your iPhone (and iPod). iPhone Diary Day 15: Battery myth busting.

Photos: Underwater digicams (right).

David Berlind: Samsung to untether its plasma flat panels from all but the power cord. Computerworld: 8M cell phones will be lost in '07 -- how to back yours up.

Dana Blankenhorn: What are open source committers worth?

Topics: Intel, iPhone, Microsoft, Mobility, Verizon

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