News to know: iPhone date confirmed; Palm sells stake; Wizpy

Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Did Xandros sign a Novell-like patent deal with Microsoft?Jason O'Grady: Apple confirms iPhone release date: June 29.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

Notable headlines:

Mary Jo Foley: Did Xandros sign a Novell-like patent deal with Microsoft?

Jason O'Grady: Apple confirms iPhone release date: June 29. Engadget: iPhone release date confirmed: yours on June 29th. Computerworld: Will Microsoft beat Apple with its 'giant iPhone'? Techmeme.

Palm Is Said to Sell Stake to Equity Firm in Revamping.

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: TurboLinux Wizpy: Say goodbye to Windows? Gallery (right).

Ryan Naraine: Beware of that man between you and your Google Desktop.

Mashable: My Soul, and 10 Other Things that Google Owns. New York Times: Google Keeps Tweaking Its Search Engine.

Dana Gardner: Silverlight on Linux, sans browser--this month. Ryan Stewart: JavaFX and the Rich Internet Application landscape.

Christopher Dawson: Science and Nature both reject MS Office 2007 file format. Marc Andreessen: Bubbles on the brain.

YouTube signs licensing pact with Hearst-Argyle TV.

Mobility to reign at Computex. David Berlind's MonkCast #3: Will the day come when no IT pro ever gets fired for buying Google?

Newest GPL draft leaves Novell in the clear. Larry Dignan: FSF publishes 'last call' draft of GPLv3. John Carroll: Why I won't use GPLv3 software.

AP: Bid for Journal Is Talk of Wall Street.

Photos: Top 10 reviews of the week (right).

Fedora 7 unifies Red Hat, outside coders.

Appeals court ruling upholds Net phone taxes.

Oracle amends complaint in SAP suit. Joshua Greenbaum:Fusion Apps Are Coming, Fusion Apps Are Coming…..

Matthew Miller: The Palm Foleo: the beginning and end of the mobile companion category.

Techmeme: Amp'd Mobile files for Chapter 11. Donna Bogatin: Google security alert: Universal Search scarier than Google Maps.

Computerworld: One year later: Five lessons learned from the VA data breach. Photos: Building a greener future (right).

F-Secure CEO: There's more malware than ever. IBM: Public vulnerabilities are tip of the iceberg.

Larry Dignan: 1986 Mac Plus beats a 2007 AMD dual-core PC.

Apple criticized for embedding names, e-mails in songs. David Berlind: iTunes supposedly DRM-free music not so DRM-free?

Fortune: Wii will rock you.

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