News to know: HP's to buy EDS; AMD; XP SP3; iPhone; Spam attacks

Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: HP bidding for EDS; Deal would ramp up services.Dennis Howlett: HP to take out EDS: does it make sense?
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

Notable headlines:

Larry Dignan: HP bidding for EDS; Deal would ramp up services.

Dennis Howlett: HP to take out EDS: does it make sense?

AMD rejiggers management; Forms central engineering group

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Integrate Internet Explorer 7, Firefox 2.0 and Windows Media Player 11 with XP SP3 slipstream ISO

David Morgenstern: OpenOffice.org 3.0 Mac Beta sports new Aqua look Jason O'Grady: More hints that a 3G iPhone is imminent

Garett Rogers: Google releases Reader BETA for iPhone

Nate McFeters: McAfee's HackerSafe: When all else fails, rebrand it

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft issues first SP1 betas for VS 2008, .Net Framework 3.5

Jason Perlow: Novell to Sun: Here's an offer you can't refuse

Michael Krigsman: FBI: Counterfeit Cisco routers risk "IT subversion" and failure

Janice Chen: Big memory cards keep getting cheaper; get the best deals at discount stores and online

AppleInsider: AT&T now showing “iPhone Black” model in device listing

Robert Scoble: Twittering the earthquake in China

ReadWriteWeb: Google Friend Connect Tries to Strangle the Social

Dana Blankenhorn: Sourceforge missing community manager opportunity

TechRepublic: 10 things you should do near the end of a project

Dana Gardner: SOA Software acquires respository and governance vendor LogicLibrary

Paul Miller: Powerset shows semantic search solution

Roland Piquepaille:The physics of flocking in 3-D

David Morgenstern: PrinterSetup project for CUP. Jason O'Grady: The Mac desktop, set to music

Sprint's inferno: Churn baby churn

Andrew Nusca: AMD announces low-power quad-core chips

Dan Kusnetzky: True Server Virtualization

Paul Murphy: The application interface problem

Fortune: Apple and Eve

ReadWriteWeb: Your Guide to the Crowdsourced Workforce

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