CIO Sessions: BT’s JP Rangaswami. George Ou: HD DVD price war begins at $198, $170 on Black Friday. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Blu-ray BD+ copy protection defeated?
Larry Dignan: Ellison puts NetSuite shares in ‘lockbox.’
Ryan Naraine: Researchers pooh-pooh Mac OS X Leopard security. David Berlind: Apple, hackenomics, and the waning anonymity (and obsoletion) of cash. David Morgenstern: Leopard's installer: The case of the disappearing volumes. Apple: 2 million copies of Leopard sold. Jason O'Grady: 5 apps I can’t live without in Leopard.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Time Machine - Part II: Going back in time with Time Machine. Gallery (right).
Garett Rogers: Third-party themes for iGoogle coming soon?
Russell Shaw: Live Blogging Von Fall 2007: Triple-play service providers reflect on business models. Sending out an SOS to BlackBerry SMS: messages bottled. Intel mobile CTO: Menlow platform to improve mobile device performance. BBC: PC stripper helps spam to spread. Trouble on horizon for 'white-box' PC makers. Gallery (right).
David Berlind: The Carr-to-Rangaswami connection: Time to bleep the CIO?