Mary Jo Foley: Will IE 8 break the Web?
Paula Rooney: Gnome 2.2 now available, planned for Ubuntu 8.04, RHEL 6, SLES 11
Robin Harris: Big storage is watching you
John Morris: Acer Blue laptop revealed
NYT: Woman at the center of Spitzer's downfall. Techmeme. Her MySpace page.
Heather Clancy: HP Sez: Turn off the lights!
Photos: Inside the recycled data center (right)
Tom Foremski: Tech giants reveal their agenda
WSJ: Google to unveil new ad service for Web publishers
David Morgenstern: Flaming MacBooks, iPods back in the news
Jason O'Grady: iPhone SDK downloads surpass 100,000
More on the Microsoft Office 2008 12.0.1 update
Businessweek: In search of the iPhone killer app
Tom Krazit: Hackers claim iPhone 2.0 breakthrough
The Inquirer: iPhone to go x86
Silicon Alley Insider: Disney: $123 million from iTunes since 2006
Michael Krigsman: 6 tips to safely kill zombie projects
Christopher Dawson: Buy a ShaggyMac for all of your teachers
Sprout - a seriously cool demo tool of rich Internet apps for your students
Richard Koman: TIA 2.0: NSA conducts data sweeps and mining without oversight
Kara Swisher: Yahoo's nightmare scenario, part 1
Gizmodo: Skywalker Last Supper Painting Made With 69,550 Star Wars Frames
Ryan Stewart: Sprout the easy-peasy Flash editor launches to the masses
WSJ: EA's Take-Two saga turns hostile
Activision's 'Guitar Hero' violates patent: Gibson
Larry Dignan: Chapter 450 of the Microhoo saga: Yahoo's defense hinges on second quarter.
Have a heart (attack): Defibrillators, pacemakers vulnerable to hackers
Dana Blankenhorn: Midland hospital proves open source savings
A complete EMR system for half the money
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Why the Wal-Mart "snub" should be a big deal for gOS
John Carroll: Skepticism and Mary Jo FoleyPhotos: Adidas, Samsung phone--it's your trainer calling (right)
Roland Piquepaille:A robotic taxi named robuCAB
Garett Rogers: YouTube releases an exciting new API
YouTube's new APIs and how Google will monetize them
Steve Rubel: The future is Web services, not Web sites
LG says it will buy LCD panels from Sharp
A disposable camera for the 21st century...sort of.