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News to know: Excel patches; Firefox benchmarks; Spitzer and IT; YouTube; HDTV

Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: How an information system helped nail Eliot Spitzer and a prostitution ring. Michael Krigsman: Eliot Spitzer's software nightmareMicrosoft delivers 12 patches to plug Office; 7 for Excel flawsDavid Morgenstern: Microsoft updates Mac Office 2008, 2004George Ou: Building the 200 inch 1080p HDTV Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Firefox 3.
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Notable headlines:

Larry Dignan: How an information system helped nail Eliot Spitzer and a prostitution ring. Michael Krigsman: Eliot Spitzer's software nightmare

Microsoft delivers 12 patches to plug Office; 7 for Excel flaws

David Morgenstern: Microsoft updates Mac Office 2008, 2004

George Ou: Building the 200 inch 1080p HDTV

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Firefox 3.0 Beta 4 - Benchmarked. Gallery (right).

Bits: Yahoo may join Google-led social networking alliance Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft goes internal for new head of its app-platform business

New Silverlight 2 extension adds support for dynamic languages

Krigsman: Failed Carbonite upgrade lets customers down

News.com: YouTube becomes a service

EU approves Google's DoubleClick acquisition; Here comes the display ad ripples. Techmeme.

Janice Chen: Digital photo frames are more popular than you think

George Ou: PCI security standard endangers wireless LANs

Richard Koman: New camera detects objects under clothes

Cyber-Storm II is blowing through DC

John Morris: Decoding AMD's 45nm processor announcement

Boomtown: Searchme: A new visual search engine

Josh Taylor: The perfect hotel room strip

David Morgenstern: Symantec announces Norton Mac-Windows antivirus bundle Jason O'Grady: Before there was ModBook...

Matthew Miller: Create, capture and sync your notes with Evernote on your Mac

Paul Miller: Semantic Web enables innovative steps at Reuters

Joe McKendrick: How to tap into the largest SOA in the world

Dana Blankenhorn: Wal-Mart "snub" no big deal, says ThinkGOS

The iPhone impact on open source

Paula Rooney: CEO of dissolved Open Country buys management code, launches Linux, VM provisioning company

Kingsley-Hughes: Wal-Mart ends Linux trials: "This really wasn't what our customers were looking for"

Roland Piquepaille: MindMentor, the first robot psychologist

Christopher Dawson: SIS interfaces continue to improve

Silicon Alley Insider: AOL "disintegrating"

Photos: Saturn geyser flyby, moon rings, Mars (right)

Phil Wainewright: Oracle skins CRM with social networking

Dennis Howlett: Qik and the Space Shuttle Endeavour launch

TechCrunch: 20 percent of startups can't get to their cash

Dan Kusnetzky:Processing virtualization and desktop virtualization

Top 5 compliance challenges in a virtualized world

RealPlayer: More ActiveX security headaches

Fraud abroad remains 'uphill battle' for eBay

EU to probe US prosecution of gaming firms

Video: Zillow's 'playground to experiment'

TSMC, others start work on $14.7 billion chip complex

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