News to know: Leopard; Opera Mini; iPhone sightings

Notable headlines:Photos (right): Fourteen views of Mac OS 10.5 Leopard.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

Notable headlines:

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Fourteen views of Mac OS 10.5 Leopard. Ryan Naraine: Apple plugs three Safari for Windows holes.

Ed Bott: Day 3 with a new Dell and Vista.

Larry Dignan: Opera Mini beta advances mobile Web browsing; Verizon Wireless blocks it at the door.

Satellite companies partner with Clearwire.

Ryan Naraine: There's a hole in your laptop, dear HP, dear HP.

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's Live Hotmail-Outlook Connector beta ready for download. Vista Ultimate users want their value-add.

Portfolio: Dark Days for Terry Semel.

Russell Shaw: Pix of iPhone sighting--in the wild? Report: iPhone cool stuff access will require two-year data plan. Jason O'Grady: Apple cancelling Personal Shopping appointments for 29 June.

Marketwatch: Adobe profit rises 24% on Creative Suite 3 success.

BlackBerry patent app would free up more space for viewscreen.

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: The Yoggie Pico Pro Linux security appliance review - Part 1. Gallery: Yoggie Pico Pro (right).

Apple: Safari for Windows Public Beta Downloads Top 1 Million in First 48 Hours.

Handheld maker Palm cuts jobs.

Linux leaders plot counterattack on Microsoft. Chinese boy kills mother over Net cafe money.

TorrentSpy ruling a 'weapon of mass discovery.'

Garett Rogers: Google Video and YouTube updates. Techmeme discussion.

MySpace data helps nab seven sex offenders.

David Berlind: Google Reader's offline capability gypped of key Google Gears cog. Gallery (left). Image Gallery: eBay-to-go comes in a box (that goes on your blog, MySpace, etc.)

Memory prices plunge amid market share scramble.

Dana Blankenhorn: How far can open source CRM get? The era of open source negotiation.

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