News to know: Vista SP1; XO on Sugar; Macworld preview; AMD; KDE gallery

News to know: Vista SP1; XO on Sugar; Macworld preview; AMD; KDE gallery

Summary: Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: About-face: Microsoft makes new Vista SP1 test build publicChristopher Dawson: Hands on with the XO Sugar OS. Gallery (left).

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Mary Jo Foley: About-face: Microsoft makes new Vista SP1 test build public

Christopher Dawson: Hands on with the XO Sugar OS. Gallery (left). OLPC America

David Morgenstern: Apple walks on water and WiMax Mobile. Jason O'Grady: MWSF08: 'Something in the air' banner spotted.

Garett Rogers: iGoogle for iPhone released, and it's pretty good

Eco-Patent Commons shares earth-friendly tech

NY Times: Trying to fine tune Yahoo.

Michael Krigsman: Flickr down...outage handled responsibly

Larry Dignan: AMD delays 9900, 9700 Phenom chips. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: AMD: Roadmap delays or shifting priorities?

Images: Linux gets a taste of Windows and Mac (right) Open-source security moves to next step

Dana Blankenhorn: No coding for young men

Roland Piquepaille: Google Earth for the body

Webware: Ultimate Live blogging tool: CoverItLive

USA Today: Introducing the first Android prototype.

Dan Farber: Is Apple seeking a union with Adobe? Mary Jo Foley: What would an Apple-Adobe merger mean to Microsoft?

Head over heels for tomorrow's personal robots

Image gallery: Ultra portables took over CES (right)

AP: Netflix expands Internet viewing option

NY Times: From 10 hours a week, $10 million

Telecommuting not so great for those left in office

Larry Dignan: Another free security utility: Trend Micro's RUBotted. Four questions for the week ahead in security. Ryan Naraine: MySpace profile + Fake Microsoft Patch = Malware cocktail. Trend Micro: Xbox Live accounts hacked

Richard Koman: Patent reform: Stopping the insanity or inventor ripoff?

Forbes: Andy Grove's last stand

Rik Fairlie: Why I run an open Wi-Fi network

GM invests in 'trash to ethanol' start-up. Gallery (right). Harry Fuller: Is Detroit going green? What does the auto show show?

Porn companies challenged by Internet sites

Ryan Stewart: New UI framework from Microsoft? Curl in Dr. Dobb's and enterprise rich Internet applications

Joe McKendrick: Goodbye, Geronimo? IBM says app server is alive and well

Budget cut? Bring on Guerrilla SOA!

Heather Clancy: Corporate carbon knowledge is the first step in reduction

Dan Farber: The Big Switch: The network becomes the data center. Recession proofing with on demand services

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