News to know: Home Server; Dell; BlackBerry banter

Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: HP to wait for Microsoft Home Server update before shipping MediaSmart Server. And on the Microsoft legal circuit...

Notable headlines:

Mary Jo Foley: HP to wait for Microsoft Home Server update before shipping MediaSmart Server. And on the Microsoft legal circuit...

Larry Dignan: Dell's quarter solid on better component costs.

Ryan Naraine: Yet another critical Yahoo Messenger flaw. Bank of India site hijacked, launching exploits

Michael Krigsman: "Technically sound / well-trained bodies"

Photos: The shape of 'community wind' Heather Clancy Collins: Making green on helping buildings get green. Harry Fuller: Don't drink the water, still.

RIM shares rise amid Microsoft takeover talk. Russell Shaw: BlackBerry-friendly Opera Mini 4 beta released. Battery saver: BlackBerry Patent app describes screen illuminated by ambient light. Five tips for a healthy BlackBerry Enterprise Server environment.

The Knight Shift: Viacom hits me with copyright infringement for posting on YouTube a video that Viacom made by infringing on my own copyright!

Ryan Stewart: The 'undo' problem is why web applications aren't there yet.

Mary Jo Foley: A (Microsoft) Code Name a Day: Nautilus. Are service packs really passe?

News.com: Microsoft antitrust deal earns mixed grades.

FTC demands more details on Intel-STMicro deal.

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Should we start planning for those Vista SP1 trade-offs?

Larry Dignan: Can Novell's Linux business stand on its own? Dana Blankenhorn: Is Microsoft bound by GPLv3? Can Microsoft's open source problem be solved?

Computerworld: The iPhone at two months: It's all about the interface. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Apple and AT&T playing "good cop, bad cop" over iPhone unlocking.

Roland Piquepaille: NASA checks coastal waters from space.

Garett Rogers: Google Gears steps up with a developer release.

Paul Murphy: Why many Wintel support people dislike Apple

Steve O'Hear: LinkedIn vs Facebook (round two)

Greater scrutiny for Europe's outsourcing deals

YouTube signs royalties deal with U.K. songwriters.

Photos: Panasonic's new SLRs

TheStreet.com: Ciena Spies opportunity.

Larry Dignan: Yahoo pays first installment on its 100 day plan.