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News to know: Facebook; OpenOffice; Firefox; RIM

Notable headlines:Paula Rooney: Firefox 3 RC1 code complete, due in late MayJoe McKendrick: Is anyone ready to process a trillion events per day?Tom Foremski: Informatica is on the block say senior sourcesMichael Krigsman: Hosted software development: an emerging market [interview and podcast]Kara Swisher/BoomTown: Facebook's CTO D'Angelo to LeaveJason O'Grady: All USB ports aren't created equal David Morgenstern: Freeze Frame 2.
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Notable headlines:

Paula Rooney: Firefox 3 RC1 code complete, due in late May

Joe McKendrick: Is anyone ready to process a trillion events per day?

Tom Foremski: Informatica is on the block say senior sources

Michael Krigsman: Hosted software development: an emerging market [interview and podcast]

Kara Swisher/BoomTown: Facebook's CTO D'Angelo to Leave

Jason O'Grady: All USB ports aren't created equal David Morgenstern: Freeze Frame 2.0 becomes Bokeh 1.0

Christopher Dawson: Is the time right for iPhones in Ed Tech?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Climate Counts tells climate-conscious buyers to avoid Apple Ed Bott: Why do Macs need so much fixing?

Roland Piquepaille:A sailing robot to cross the Atlantic

Phil Wainewright: VCs put big sums into SaaS

Dawson: Will Microsoft kill Linux on ULPCs?

Kingsley-Hughes: First look at OpenOffice.org 3.0 beta. Gallery (right)

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft not pulling XP SP3 again (so far).

Dan Farber: Is Microsoft stalking Powerset's search technology?

Matthew Miller: RIM officially announces the BlackBerry Bold and a $150 million development fund

Larry Dignan: Wall Street: Too much sway over the tech sector?

San Francisco Chronicle: Yahoo working to stand alone after Microsoft deal's demise

NYT: Stolen Laptop Helps Turn Tables on Suspects

Richard Koman: U.S. sold 3,500 fake networking parts

Garett Rogers: Gmail can be used as "Spam Bazooka"Tom Foremski: Why MSFT must make an acquisition in online media

Rik Fairlie: Network Magic simplifies tasks for home users

Photos: Top 10 reviews of the week (right)

Richard Koman: Another net neutrality bill, in a Comcast-charged atmosphere

Garett Rogers: Google accepting donations to aid Myanmar relief effort

TechCrunch: The iFund Has Competition: $150 Million Blackberry Fund To Be Announced Soon

VentureBeat: Reports of the 3G iPhone's imminent release may be slightly exaggeratedO'Grady: Psystar: Just how loud is it? (updated 2x)

Rumor Mill: What's on the Apple horizon

AT&T's on-again, off-again free WiFi for iPhones (updated)

Dana Blankenhorn: Google's open source problem is Affero

Gallery: Satellite images of killer cyclone (right)

Dennis Howlett: A conversation with Charles Phillips, president Oracle

TechRepublic: Setting up a remote hot site

Is Microsoft the answer to Africa's health woes?

ReadWriteWeb: Five Tools Everyone Working Online Should Have (IMHO)Harry Fuller: Another morning hangover for ethanolics

Matthew Miller: Mowser purchased by dotMobi; is there a need for a .mobi domain?

Jason Perlow: HRH Prince Penguin

Blockbuster can start due diligence on Circuit City

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