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News to know: 30 things about Linux; Vista's bum rap; Losing data; Deconstructing Twitter

Notable headlines:Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: 30 things I’ve learned from using Linux …Ed Bott: Vista scare stories distort the real picture.Robin Harris: How data gets lost.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

Notable headlines:

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: 30 things I’ve learned from using Linux …

Ed Bott: Vista scare stories distort the real picture.

Robin Harris: How data gets lost. Phil Wainewright: Spend, spend, spend for SaaS success.

Sun extends UltraSparc reach.

Review: Sony VAIO TP1 Living Room PC - Core 2 Duo T5600 1.83 GHz (right).

Ryan Naraine: Mozilla backtracks on patches in 10 days claim.IBM kills off BlackICE firewall. Something uncomfortable about DEFCON's treatment of Dateline NBC reporter. Ryan Stewart: The great rich internet application SEO debate (part 1). Silverlight on MLB.com.

Dan Kusnetzky: LinuxWorld and the Next Generation Datacenter. New iMacs likely to be boon to Apple.

Techies 'more unhappy than hairdressers.' Computerworld: An Epidemic of Poaching Hits IT.

Nokia to tuck in Microsoft DRM software.

TechRepublic: 10 things you should know about VoIP over wireless. Russell Shaw. Wired: Slap in the Facebook: It's Time for Social Networks to Open Up. Dan Farber: Facebook, social capitalists and open networks. More thoughts on open social networks.

Dan Farber: Deconstructing Twitter.

George Ou: DEFCON 2007 - Wall of Sheep (shame). How to protect your online privacy. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Microsoft cuts Xbox 360 by $50. News.com: No relief for Qualcomm from Bush administration. News.com: Microsoft wins reversal of MP3 patent decision. Mary Jo Foley: A (Microsoft) Code Name a Day: Astoria.

Photos: Peace in Los Alamos (right).

Matthew Miller: HTC may be announcing more TouchFLO devices soon. Is this the Treo 800p? Netcraft: August 2007 Web Server Survey.

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Virtual PC 2007 too weak to offer help to those plagued by Vista compatibility issues.

Smarter routers, better Net video.

Dennis Howlett: Web 2.0 in the enterprise: language matters.

Michael Krigsman: For Our Next Trick, We Will Boil the Ocean. Joe McKendrick: Project Zero: IBM enables REST-based development. Microsoft: My way or the highway with SOA?

Harry Fuller: Green tech gets the green; Venture to guess where the money's flowing?

Mary Jo Foley: Public beta of Microsoft Project open-source competitor to launch at Linuxworld.

Dana Blankenhorn: Saving energy with open source.

Engadget: San Francisco pulls the plug on Google / Earthlink's citywide WiFi... for now.

Larry Dignan: Lenovo to preload Linux. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes

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Dethroning the king of 'Donkey Kong.' Gallery right.

Russell Shaw: Packet8 CEO: here's how our $199 a year and SunRocket's $199 a year are different.

Wipro bolsters U.S. operations with Infocrossing.

Steve O'Hear: Facebook's advertisers flee in UK.

Job hunters hire experts to clean up online image.

Russell Shaw: Ten Future of Tech bets- and you can vote here on all of them.

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