News to know: Windows 7; FCC; Census IT; HDMI; MacBook mystery; Fave Windows programs

News to know: Windows 7; FCC; Census IT; HDMI; MacBook mystery; Fave Windows programs

Summary: Notable headlines:Ed Bott: Your turn: Readers choose their 10 favorite Windows programs Gallery (right)Mary Jo Foley: Why Windows 7 might go to piecesMichael Krigsman: Billion-dollar IT failure at Census BureauGeorge Ou: HDMI survival guide for home theaterDavid Morgenstern: The MacBook's mysterious WiFi dropout problem is still unsolvedAdrian Kingsley-Hughes: S3 Graphics launches Chrome 400 Series - DirectX 10.

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Notable headlines:

Ed Bott: Your turn: Readers choose their 10 favorite Windows programs Gallery (right)

Mary Jo Foley: Why Windows 7 might go to pieces

Michael Krigsman: Billion-dollar IT failure at Census Bureau

George Ou: HDMI survival guide for home theater

David Morgenstern: The MacBook's mysterious WiFi dropout problem is still unsolved

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: S3 Graphics launches Chrome 400 Series - DirectX 10.1 and HD support for under 60

Larry Dignan: FCC: Verizon Wireless a big 700 Mhz auction winner; Now what?

Garett Rogers: Google releases AJAX Translation API

News.com: LinkedIn's business directory goes live

Christopher Dawson: Classmates for the rest of us!

Security wrap:

Photos: Dinosaur sightings: Osborne 1 and TRS-80 4P

Rik Fairlie: Apple's new AirPort Express 802.11n takes the slow lane. Jason O'Grady: Straight outta Aki

Dana Blankenhorn: Appcelerator says it has forge 2.0

Dion Hinchcliffe: Standards support for mashups emerge

James Farrar: Facebook: Revolution, Weed and Philanthropy

Google data watch: Enough with the overanalysis

JuicyCampus, free speech, and personal responsibility

Richard Koman; Inside China's Golden Shield

Amazon: Our most fulfilling service yet

Roland Piquepaille: 25 environmental threats in our future

Henry Blodget: AOL: Many Senior Managers Were Against Bebo Buy Steve O'Hear: Report: AOL ignored senior management doubts over Bebo buy

Photos: Flying car readies for takeoff in New York

Matthew Miller: Google Android device from HTC dubbed the "Dream"

Amazon's Bezos: Our Kindle supply issues almost fixed

Josh Taylor: Sony PS3 getting BD-Live sooner rather than later

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: I'm really worried about AMD ...

Vista SP1 collateral damage not as bad as I had expected

Grading Gartner and Forrester

Kara Swisher: BoomTown Decodes TechCrunch's Dream Team Memo (So You Don't Have To)

Dan Kusnetzky: The battle over the embedded hypervisor

Christopher Dawson: New WiFi from Intel improves rural communications

Paul Miller: Jim Hendler shares AI's lessons for the Semantic Web

Ina Fried: Are Apple's ads hurting Microsoft's brand?

Topics: Apple, Software, Security, Operating Systems, Microsoft, Hardware, Government US, Government, Google, Windows

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