Intel readies new chipsets. AMD hopes Barcelona demos whet IT's appetite
Matthew Miller: Are you sure there’s not a place for a smart watch on your wrist? Gallery (left).
HTC beats Apple to the touch.
Dan Farber: Ask3D brings a fresh look to search (below). Ask launches new Web search site. Ask blog. Donna Bogatin: Ask.com wages Google search war, NOT AdWords battle. Techmeme.
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: Microsoft steps up its green datacenter campaign
. Windows Server 2008 Core gets a new role
. Microsoft's cool naming trend is over
. Microsoft readies new managed services
Robin Harris: Keeping stuff safe.
Google, Salesforce.com to partner on Web site.
Dan Farber: Salesforce.com and Google team up on AdWords--that's all. Donna Bogatin: The big letdown.
Joshua Greenbaum: The Salesforce/Google Killer App: Not Coming Any Time Soon. Dan Farber: Salesforce.com and Google more than just partners?
Ed Burnette: Is Microsoft winning the FUD war in the board room?
AP: Avaya goes private.
Review: Apple MacBook (Core 2 Duo 2.16GHz, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, SuperDrive, black).
Ryan Naraine: Gaping holes exposed in fully-patched IE 7, Firefox. Hackers use evasive manuevering to escape detection.
McAfee: The State of Search Engine Safety. Larry Dignan: Search engines safer, but some keywords are downright dangerous
HP rejects Intel's Turbo Memory.
Ed Bott: Are ATI and Nvidia doing enough with their Vista drivers?
Yahoo opens Panama search ad platform.
iPod-compatible music site to offer free Web play.
Christopher Dawson: Does Microsoft have a future in educational technology?
Palm: The new comeback kid?
Compiler: Firefox 3 Feature Preview.
Review:iSkin Cerulean F1 (right).
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: iPhone - Out June 29th.
iPhone: Are 10 million units in 2008 too optimistic?
Joe McKendrick: SaaS opens up SOA beyond the firewall.
John Newton: McKinsey's look into Web 2.0 in the enterprise. The opening of Web 2.0 service platforms.
George Ou: A rational debate on Net Neutrality.
The Smoking Gun: Google As Terror Tool?
Ed Burnette: Top 5 myths of GPLv3 dispelled (part 1).
Microsoft teams with Linux distributor Xandros.
Dana Gardner: Microsoft teams with Xandros as it faces a potentially wider open source software protection under GPLv3.
Russell Shaw: Click-to-call option for MySpace, Facebook coming.
For $3.6 billion, Flextronics to buy Solectron.
Homing in on a plan for cellular 911.