News to know: CES; Gates' curtain call; Office 2003 and old file types; Apple

Notable headlines:CES coverage:Ryan Stewart: Silverlight to power the online video portal for the 2008 OlympicsGates: Curtain call for crystal ball. Mary Jo Foley: Gates' last CES keynote: Long on sales claims, short on futures.
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Notable headlines:

CES coverage:

David Morgenstern: Looking back: The PC assault on Apple's pro markets Sure bet for 2008: More Apple lawsuits Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Latest antitrust lawsuit targeting Apple's weak spots

The New Yorker: Google squares off with its Capitol Hill critics.

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft restores Of

fice 2003 users' access to old file types. Report: Windows Mobile 7 to incorporate touch, gesture recognition.

Microsoft softens limits on its Windows Web Server. Microsoft adds a new subscription licensing plan for SMBs

Photos: New Segways--leaner and meaner

Richard Koman: Obama turns Facebook fans into delegates

George Ou: Ruckus wireless LAN security method solves usability versus security dilemma

Larry Dignan: LiMo: New members added; First release on deck; Is the future about mobile middleware?

Napster moves to MP3-only music download format

New York Times: Investors seek takeover of CNET

TechCrunch: Wikia Search is a complete letdown.

Christopher Dawson: Followup from Intel on the OLPC debacle

Gallery (right): Favorite views of Saturn

Garett Rogers: Magellan to provide local listings from Google

Android contest officially open - Individuals happy, teams worried

Matthew Miller: Vodafone 2008 roadmap may include first Palm smartphone with WiFi, two Nokias, two BlackBerry devices, and two HP devices

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Office 2003 SP3 and CorelDraw .CDR files

Russell Shaw: Sprint customer: Dad on our calling plan just died. Sprint: prove it

Phil Fersht: Maintaining a 25% pro

fit margin in this crazy world of globalization. Gallery: Audi's plant in India.

Roland Piquepaille: 3-D pictures of a cancer-promoting enzyme

A crystal as beautiful as a diamond

Larry Dignan: OLPC responds to Intel breakup

Play the Sears privacy game (and get your neighbor's purchase history)

Are so-called anywhere applications getting somewhere?

The next hacker frontier: Social networking sites

Michael Krigsman: Boeing 787 at risk of in-flight hacking. Twitter's true magic

Russell Shaw: Thing is, Yahoo!, you harvested and used my Visa number without my permission

New Mac chip in pipeline could turn iPhone into a mini MacBook

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