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Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: Microsoft walks away from Yahoo: Assessing winners, losers and Plan BsMicrosoft walks: Five reasons why it's a good moveMary Jo Foley: Microsoft takes its ball and leaves Yahoo on the Web 2.0 playgroundDan Farber: Yang betting on Y!
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Notable headlines:

Larry Dignan: Microsoft walks away from Yahoo: Assessing winners, losers and Plan Bs

Paula Rooney: Commercial OpenSolaris ships

Jason O'Grady: AT&T disables free Wi-Fi for iPhone users

Nathan McFeters: Morse Code Rickroll 0-day... no, seriously, I mean it

Heather Clancy: Power cord clutter: A picture is worth a thousand word

TechRepublic: Can presentation layer abstraction ever replace desktop and Web apps?

Matthew Miller: Weekend hacking: Athena Project 4.0 on the HTC Advantage

Dan Farber: YouTube disappears from the screen temporarily

Roland Piquepaille:Extracting the structure of n


Images: Saturn's beauty and the beast

Dave Greenfield: Dialcom: Web Conferencing that Works

Jason O'Grady: Web app: Best iPhone weather

Joshua Greenbaum: SAP's Business ByDesign: Explaining the Delays

Michael Krigsman: Sleazy sales and the Rockwell Retro Encabulator

Ars Technica: Intel: “Web 2.0"-style cloud computing just a passing vapor

Threat Level: What's Up with the Secret Cybersecurity Plans, Senators Ask DHS

Paul Murphy: Questioning IT

Photos: Flying on a wing and a battery

IT Facts: Fastest-growing search queries in March 2008

Dennis Howlett: Instrumenting social responsibility

AP: Cuba puts first computers on sale to the public

Richard Koman: Amazon.com sues NY over sales tax law

Bill would penalize companies that aid net censorship

SCO chief testifies: 'Linux is a copy of Unix'

Dan Kusnetzky:Off Topic: Desktop evaluation - Linux, Mac OS and Windows

John Morris: Dell XPS 730 reviews: A Ferrari stuck in traffic

Sun's open source strategy overshadowed by legacy businesses Will market reject Sun's open source vision?

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