News to know: Apple patches; Windows Mobile 7, 8; Adobe; Green tech

Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: Apple delivers hefty patch haul; Addresses Leopard flaws and Safari David Morgenstern: Are Mac users more honest than Windows users? Treating Leopard's Finder not-fully-loading bugWSJ: Apple meets with DoCoMo, Softbank over iPhone in Japan.

Notable headlines:

Larry Dignan: Apple delivers hefty patch haul; Addresses Leopard flaws and Safari

David Morgenstern: Are Mac users more honest than Windows users? Treating Leopard's Finder not-fully-loading bug

WSJ: Apple meets with DoCoMo, Softbank over iPhone in Japan.

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft outlines what's coming in Windows Mobile 7, 8

As Microsoft knows, there's more than one way to disrupt a market

Larry Dignan: Adobe rides Creative Suite 3 wave; Profits shine. MacWorld rumblings: Expect a 11- to 13-inch screen on Apple ultra-portable. Techmeme.

Electronista: Leopard launch Apple's best yet.

Microsoft security update derails IE

Jason O'Grady: QuickBooks for Mac deletes Desktop folder (update 2)

VentureBeat: Digg for sale ($300 million).

Review: Dell XPS M1530 (Intel Core 2 Duo T5450 1.66GHz, 160GB HDD, 2GB RAM)

David Berlind: Google's GMail product manager: 'User data should never be held hostage'. Garett Rogers: GOOG-411 isn't what you think

Data-center worker sabotages Calif. power grid

Marc Wagner: Advocacy in Education IT Christopher Dawson: New SSD from Intel points to serious UMPC expansion

George Ou: How LCD makers lie to you about viewing angles

Paul Saffo: The Seer of Silicon Valley

PC World: The biggest tech disappointments in 2007.

Green Tech:

Matthew Miller: Auto rotate your display and track your steps on the Nokia N96. Verizon Wireless announces the Treo 755p device

Will this LG device be next in the T-Mobile Shadow lineup?

Gizmodo: Google Android hardware in the wild.

FireWire speeds set to quadruple

Larry Dignan: Gartner puts phishing tab at $3.2 billion

Joe McKendrick: Nine places where SOA is making a difference, right now

Dennis Howlett: Vendor relationship management: viable or theory?

WSJ: What the Internet knows about you.

NYT Bits: The depth of eBay's problems 1.

Dana Blankenhorn: Can open source take down Ribbit? Microsoft fate draws strong open source reaction

Hobbs shows risks and rewards of predictive health

The evolution of a dino-bot.
Photos: The birthplace of Pleo
(right).

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Two gaming dead ends of 2007

Larry Dignan: WordPress vs. an army of clunky content management systems

Russell Shaw: Craig of craigslist: Bush phone surveillance requests pre-date 9/11 Nice effort, VoSKY, but just the name "Skype" is a no-deploy zone for enterprise IT

Janice Chen: Panasonic Lumix DMC-L10 is a great DSLR for newbies, but at a price

This revolution will be text messaged

Ryan Stewart: My rich Internet application predictions for 2007. How did I do?

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