Robin Harris: Apple's new kick-butt file system.
Selling stuff online? Here comes the IRS.
Intel set to showcase China operation. HP selects processor from Via for China PC. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: AMD's recipe for recovery? A dash of DRM. John Spooner: Intel (and Microsoft) in your hip pocket.
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft prunes its Windows Live line-up.
Review: Mavizen MyBlu (white at left). Photos: Top 10 reviews of the week (right).
Ryan Stewart: Flash Player 9 has 84.3% penetration as of March.
- "WPF/E" becomes Silverlight, struts its video side.
- Microsoft sheds light on Flash rival.
- Adobe takes the wraps off of Philo, brands it Adobe Media Player.
- Adobe to take Flash videos to desktop.
WSJ (subscription required): Google's rivals seek antitrust scrutiny of DoubleClick deal. Donna Bogatin: Microsoft to Google: Play fair with your billions.
Apple unveils new Final Cut Studio 2. Engadget: Apple keynote.
Dan Farber: Web 2.0 Expo--a preview. Spock's alpha people network. Mathew Ingram: Twitter, Ustream — how much is too much? Techmeme.
InformationWeek: How To Manage Windows Vista Application Compatibility. MSDN: There's an awful lot of overclocking out there.
Ryan Naraine: How to turn off RPC management of DNS on a large scale.
Cisco patches Wi-Fi vulnerabilities. Storm Worm strikes again. Naraine: 'Storm Worm' surge exposes AV deficiencies.
Photos: Searching for Earth-size planets (right).
Computerworld: Eight Ways to Reduce Your Data Center Storage Costs.
Joe McKendrick: Why not sell SOA as 'internal' SaaS?
Ryan Stewart: Comcast jumps into Flex 2 for media content. Curl relaunches into the Rich Enterprise Application space.
Garett Rogers: Google Checkout now available in the UK.
eWeek: Oracle to Announce 'Project X' Integration Framework.
Photos: NASA meets Burning Man at Yuri's Night (right). AP: Branson, Rutan team up in space race.
Computerworld: Apple hoi polloi annoyed at Leopard delay. Globe & Mail: Vista on your Mac? Not so fast.
Andrew Keen: Iconoclasm in the global village.
Fun and profit with obsolete computers.