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Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: Apple plugs 25 Mac OS X security vulnerabilities. David Morgenstern: Apple releases Leopard 10.
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Notable headlines:

Ryan Naraine: Apple plugs 25 Mac OS X security vulnerabilities. David Morgenstern: Apple releases Leopard 10.5.4 update

Robin Harris: Why computers fail

Adobe: Adobe Advances Rich Media Search on the Web

Mary Jo Foley: Goodbye, XP. Hello, Midori

TechRepublic: Reversing IT staff attitudes: One CIO's story

Ryan Naraine: Exploit code released for unpatched IE 7 vulnerability

Heather Clancy: Are more companies refusing to pay more for green IT?

Oliver Marks: Autonomy CEO: Web 2.0 'under all the hype, there is something there...'

Tom Foremski: Could some uses of OpenID create a large privacy issue?

Larry Dignan: Yahoo posts Icahn scoreboard; Touts Google pact to shareholders

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Linux's dirty little secret.

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Paula Rooney: Open-Xchange releases preview of next groupware server for Web 2.0 era

Steve O'Hear: Digg's new "recommendation engine" could be a boon to advertisers. Jennifer Leggio: ShoZu photo sharing application coming to the iPhone

Phil Wainewright: Google's culture 'not fit' for enterprise apps

BNET: Wagging the Long Tail: What Distribution Strategy Will Make Sense?

Zack Whittaker: Google curbs essay-writing service advertisements

Christopher Dawson: A nice customer service experience with Dell?

Larry Dignan:

Facebook's Heiliger on buying servers, data management. Video

Popular Mechanics: FBI's Next-Gen ID Databank to Store Face Scans—A Good Idea?

Dana Blankenhorn: What your own open source census can get you

Silicon Alley Insider: ‘Unprecedented Pent-Up Demand’ For Apple iPhone 3G, RBC Says

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: The Steve Jobs Standard. The Steve Jobs Premium

Michael Krigsman: Has Google demoted FeedBurner?

Dan Kusnetzky: Microsoft Hyper-V and Spin Marketing - Virtual Iron Chimes In

Rik Fairlie: Wi-Fi in cable set-top boxes coming (not so soon)

Jennifer Leggio: Lithium Technologies raises $12 million; social network for enterprises will invest in innovation Phil Wainewright: $34m VC round for Spanish SaaS venture

Ryan Stewart: Is designing for the small screen more fun?

Computerworld: It's not Vista: Windows Server 2008 gets the nod from IT

Jason O'Grady: Overclock a Mac Pro or Xserve in software

Smartphone battle royale: The land grab is good for buyers

Matthew Miller: Mobile software Monday: Spb Backup 2.0 for Windows Mobile

Joshua Greenbaum: My 15 minutes with Bill Gates, and how the Web was born

Mitch Ratcliffe: What is a company blogger good for?

Slyck: Rhapsody Departs Stone Age, Supports MP3

IT Facts: Internet ads grew by 23.9% to $7.1 bln in Q1 2008

Oliver Marks: Conferences as conversation starters

Roland Piquepaille:People lived in Paris 10,000 years ago!

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