News to know: Yahoo; ToorCon; Microsoft Surface, XP; Apple; Psystar

News to know: Yahoo; ToorCon; Microsoft Surface, XP; Apple; Psystar

Summary: Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: Microhoo: A frenetic week ahead; Yahoo could turn the tables on MicrosoftNathan McFeters: ToorCon Seattle 2008: Nuke plants, non-existent sub domain attacks, muffin diving, and Guitar Hero ToorCon gallery.Mary Jo Foley: Getting a glimpse of the spherical Microsoft Surface Microsoft XP SP3 on track to RTM on April 21Microsoft accidentally delivers Office Genuine nagwareDoes Microsoft have a gameplan for Groove?

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Notable headlines:

Larry Dignan: Microhoo: A frenetic week ahead; Yahoo could turn the tables on Microsoft

Nathan McFeters: ToorCon Seattle 2008: Nuke plants, non-existent sub domain attacks, muffin diving, and Guitar Hero ToorCon gallery.

Mary Jo Foley: Getting a glimpse of the spherical Microsoft Surface

Robin Harris: Holographic storage ships next month!

Jason O'Grady: PayPal: 'No intention' of blocking Safari

EIC podcast: Gaga for Google; Tech earnings; Psystar; Microsoft's Albany

Christopher Dawson: OLPC stuck key issue drawing attention

Caroline McCarthy: Six Apart acquires Apperceptive, fires up client-centric strategy

TechRepublic: Instant communication encourages less autonomous workers

Larry Dignan: Pictures of Psystar's corporate home; Clone maker's store is open

Ed Burnette: 1,788 entries compete for $5 million Android prize money. Garett Rogers: Google to ramp up hiring in China. Google Video now more usable

Computerworld: Removing hard drive data -- the YouTube way

TechCrunch: Sources: Microsoft Signs Letter Of Intent To Acquire Xobni

Dana Gardner: Open source SOA infrastructure project CXF elevated to full Apache status

Charles Hudson: Social Networking Advertising - It Will Be Even Harder than we Think

Roland Piquepaille: Will the Earth fry future moon astronauts? Self-healing ceramics for nuclear safety

AT&T: Internet to hit full capacity by 2010

Dana Blankenhorn: Will the Internet remain neutral? Joe McKendrick: Are SOA-related business concerns outside the IT 'comfort zone'?

A successful Veterans Administration is dangerous

Why are reformers destroying Veterans' health computer system?

WiFi Networking News: Dead, Dead, Dead: Cities Accept Muni-Fi's Absence

Rik Fairlie: How to troubleshoot your VoIP phone setup

Photos: Top 10 reviews of the week (right)

Matthew Miller: More than double your T-Mobile Shadow runtime with the new extended battery

What ultra portable meets my needs for under $1000?

Jason Perlow: Open Source Commandments II: Passover Penguins

UNIX - Let's get together and feel all right

Census for open-source apps kicks off

Ryan Stewart: The ever-changing definition of RIAs and how people are killing it

Ajaxian: Yahoo! BrowserPlus: The rumour is true

ReadWriteWeb: Enterprise 2.0 To Become a $4.6 Billion Industry By 2013

TechCrunch: Packed House At Y Combinator Startup School

Harry Fuller: Can every day be Earth Day? Cleantech money, there's more, but there's also less

Andrew Nusca: Can solid state hard drives really improve system performance?

Joshua Greenbaum: Microsoft CRM Online Hunts Salesforce.com

Paul Murphy: Is OOP a branch to nowhere?

Topics: Microsoft, Apple, CXO, Google, Hardware, Open Source, Windows, Social Enterprise

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