News to know: Firefox; iMacs; Vista fixes; Linuxworld

Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: Dissecting Firefox's retention woes. Gallery (above).
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

Notable headlines:

Larry Dignan: Dissecting Firefox's retention woes.

Gallery (above).

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft posts two major Vista fix packs for download. Shhhh! Pre-beta Vista SP1 is out there.

Web 2.0 and the CEO.

Ad-supported SpiralFrog finally launches music site. Ryan Stewart: Scrybe gets venture funding. VentureBeat: Forbes buys social bookmarking site Clipmarks. WSJ: Hearst to buy Kaboodle.

Dan Farber: Jobsunveils new iMacs, iL

ife and iWork. Jason O'Grady: The silent type: Apple quietly revs Mac mini. Gallery (right). Techmeme roundup.

Linuxworld coverage:

Larry Dignan: Can Google get OIN over the enterprise hump?

News.com: Cisco optimistically looks to the future.

Ryan Naraine: Vista kernel tampering tool released, then mysteriously disappears.

Salesforce COO leaves for Web start-up.

Green Grid lays out 2007 roadmap. Michael Krigsman: IT Analysts in Price War? Joe McKendrick: Survey: Done right, SOA pays.

Dana Gardner: Sybase demos swift use of iPhone as mobile client to corporate email, calendar, PIM.

Google: More Street View Cities. Matthew Miller: HTC Advantage X7501 now available at U.S. retail stores.

China tries to cure Net addicts at summer camp. Robin Harris: 50 ways to lose your data. Russell Shaw: Video downloads, auto-redial and more offered in Skype 3.5 for Windows.

Five skills you need to be CIO.

Marc Orchant: SpeedFiler 2.0 for Outlook - faster and smarter.

Cross-country Segway rider hits film circuit. Photos: Rolling across America at '10 MPH'

Sun to cut jobs.

Nine in 10 Americans say ban texting while driving.

Larry Dignan: The $150 laptop saga: Medison's CEO speaks.

Dana Blankenhorn: Today’s Debate: Doctors vs. Insurers.

TechRepublic: Why you should never store your laptop in the oven.

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