News to know: Apple shines; Adobe flaw; Enterprise 2.0; The innovation game

Notable headlines:David Morgenstern: Developers in dark about Leopard GM bug fixes.Larry Dignan: Apple handily tops expectations.

Notable headlines:

David Morgenstern: Developers in dark about Leopard GM bug fixes.

Larry Dignan: Apple handily tops expectations. Apple: Back to the Mac (and the future). Techmeme. Jason O'Grady: AppTapp updated to v.3; works with iPhone 1.1.1.

Ryan Naraine: Adobe shuts backdoor in PDF Reader, some old versions still vulnerable.

Dion Hinchcliffe: The state of Enterprise 2.0. Joe McKendrick: Enterprise SOA concept falls out of favor.

Mary Jo Foley: Add TurboLinux to the Microsoft patent-protection roster.

George Ou: LifeSize rocks the HD conferen

cing world with affordable 720p solutions. Gallery.

David Berlind: Tech Shakedown: HP Pavilion notebook owners flood HP's site with WiFi problem complaints. Jeremy Allison: The Low Point--a view from the Valley: The innovation game.

AdaptiveBlue places SmartLinks in context.

Russell Shaw: Symbian moves forward with new graphics, IP networking architectures.

Heather Clancy: When it comes to electrical grid, smarter is greener.

Space elevator isn't going anywhere yet.

Reuters: Texas Instruments outlook disappoints. AP: Netflix tops estimates. Comcast says it's not blocking content, applications.

Matthew Miller: Dashwire mirro

rs your mobile phone content to the web. Gallery (right). Mary Jo Foley: The Vista wow becomes a whisper. A new Microsoft-hosted security service in the making: Forefront Online. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Is Grandma's Linux called Mac OS X?

Heather Clancy: Yahoo! gets real with details for its carbon-neutral project.

Roland Piquepaille: The biggest sex event on Earth.

Digital Daily: U.S. Patent 6,487,200: Method for Eliminating Struggling VOIP Rivals.

Dana Blankenhorn: Is the Linux engine room overheating? George Ou: Build the $340 NAS for half the price but double the speed.

Dan Farber: The season of social network platforms. Valleywag: Facebook's stealth ad system.

NSA cooperation: OK for e-mail, IM companies? Computerworld: Details of hijacked 24/7 ad server emerge. Dana Gardner: Citrix's end-to-end virtualization powerhouse hastens the massive disruption of PC applications as we know them. Trolltech axes the Greenphone. Harry Fuller: Environmental pollution increases crime rate?

Walt Mossberg: Free My Phone. Larry Dignan: Will your phone ever be free?

Photos: Maker Faire fare (right). Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft says (again) it will comply fully with EU antitrust demands.

EU extends Google-DoubleClick inquiry. For Intel, the business side of doing good.

Dan Kusnetzky: Symantec Backup Exec System Recovery 7.0 and Altiris

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