News to know: Google on search privacy; IE7 hole; Ubuntu gallery

Notable headlines:Google adding search privacy protections. Official Google Blog on privacy.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

Notable headlines:
Google adding search privacy protections. Official Google Blog on privacy.
Garett Rogers: Google Talk gadget (right) coming very soon. Techmeme discussion.
Microsoft probes possible IE 7 phishing hole.
Ryan Naraine: Apple bumper patch vindicates hackers. Trend Micro buys HijackThis, launches SiteAdvisor competitor.
OpenBSD hit by 'critical' IPv6 flaw.

Donna Bogatin:
Hillary Clinton, Democrats lead Republicans in Web race to the White House.
Computerworld: Data center land grab: How to get ready for the rush.

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Quick look at Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn Herd 5. Gallery (right).

George Ou:
Did Intel rig test or out engineer AMD/ATI?
Engadget: Optimus Maximus: the god of keyboards unveiled.
Dan Farber: TechNet rolls out green tech agenda.

Larry Dignan: Microsoft please Tellme:
Will voice, Internet, software become seamless? Microsoft buys speech recognition company. Techmeme discussion.
Mary Jo Foley @ Convergence:

Larry Dignan: Will Red Hat's RHEL 5 launch bolster virtualization? Video from Red Hat launch. Red Hat bands with open-source allies.

Photos: Novozone's Ozone pest killers (right).

Ed Bott: Slow start for Vista? So what else is new?
Forbes: NYC marijuana network as complicated as the Internet.
WSJ: Of the Places You'll Go, Is the Library Still One of Them?
Roland Piquepaille: The birth of Semiconductor 2.0.

Joe McKendrick: Analyst: ROI doesn't apply to SOA.

Gallery (right): Your photo here, and here and here...
Calif. court drops charges against Dunn.
Ars technica: 802.11n Draft 2.0 gets thumbs up from Working Group.
Wired News: Citizen Journalism Wants You! AJR: Eyetracking points the way to effective news article design.
Andrew Keen: What is “original content”?

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