News to know: Vista hot fix; GPL drama; MSN Messenger flaw; Google

News to know: Vista hot fix; GPL drama; MSN Messenger flaw; Google

Summary: Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft releases two Vista hotfix packs via Windows UpdateFree Software Foundation: No GPLv3 exemptions for Microsoft Ed Burnette: GPLv3 Myth #4: GPLv3 undercuts the Microsoft/Novell dealRyan Naraine: MSN Messenger vulnerable to 'highly critical' webcam flaw.Engadget: Google is working on a mobile OS, and it's due out shortly.

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Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft releases two Vista hotfix packs via Windows Update

Free Software Foundation: No GPLv3 exemptions for Microsoft Ed Burnette: GPLv3 Myth #4: GPLv3 undercuts the Microsoft/Novell deal

Ryan Naraine: MSN Messenger vulnerable to 'highly critical' webcam flaw.

Engadget: Google is working on a mobile OS, and it's due out shortly. Garett Rogers: Google Web Toolkit leaves beta, gets new features

Larry Dignan: Google CFO to retire

Michael Krigsman: 101 project management tips

Matthew Miller: Is the HTC Advantage really the most powerful mobile office? Image Gallery: Everything you need to know about the HTC Advantage X7501

George Ou: Behind Vista's 'throttling effect' Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Thoughts on Mark Russinovich's response to Vista network slowdown

Joshua Greenbaum: The Content in Google Apps Belongs to Google. Dennis Howlett: Google's inconsistent service policies.

Dave Greenfield: Wikis for Small Businesses.

Dan Farber: RightNow survey finds consumers more unforgiving. Steve Jurvetson: AI, nanotech and the future of the human species.

Mary Jo Foley: Still no word on cause of WGA outage

Roland Piquepaille: Artificial brains for robots?

Larry Dignan: SAP doubles customers in India

Harry Fuller: 1967 discovery at IBM may be about to pay off

Mary Jo Foley: A (Microsoft) Code Name a Day: Blue

Ryan Stewart: Akamai prepping for high definition content. Russell Shaw: Akamai beefs up its HD distribution capabilities.

EarthLink's Wi-Fi dreams may be fading Larry Dignan: EarthLink restructures, cuts 900 jobs

Dana Blankenhorn: Is computing the magic bullet for health care costs?

TheStreet.com: Seagate raises outlook

BusinessWeek: Why Apple can't stop iPhone hackers. Jason O'Grady: $100k bounty on iPhone unlocking software. Russell Shaw: So who is this $100,000 mystery buyer for iPhone unlocking software?

Dana Blankenhorn: The lock-in battle shifts to Sharepoint. How RFID and bar codes must co-exist.

Photos: Voyagers--strange visitors to other planets

George Ou: Details of Intel CSI "QuickPath" released

The plot behind killing electric cars

Firms fret bombings may undermine Indian IT hub

NCR ready to set Teradata free

Are drivers ready for high-tech onslaught?

Critics urge rejection of Microsoft 'open' format

Topics: Microsoft, Google, iPhone, Mobility, Windows

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