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News to know: Microsoft revolving door; QuickTime flaw; NetSuite; CES; Online ads

Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: Why Google, Yahoo and Microsoft should worry about Countrywide's takeunderMary Jo Foley: Juniper Networks exec to succeed Microsoft Business Division President Raikes. Another of the Microsoft old guard moves on.
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Notable headlines:

Larry Dignan: Why Google, Yahoo and Microsoft should worry about Countrywide's takeunder

Mary Jo Foley: Juniper Networks exec to succeed Microsoft Business Division President Raikes. Another of the Microsoft old guard moves on.

Dennis Howlett: Netsuite nightmares: part deux

Larry Dignan: Another QuickTime code execution flaw surfaces. Oracle plans 27 security fixes for Jan. 15.

Garett Rogers: See what people are buying with Google Checkout Trends

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft adds new features to Office Live Small Business. Microsoft releases an updated test version of its CRM Live service

Michael Krigsman: New research: IT cost overruns, delays and contract terminations

Designer of laptop for poor kids starts company

Images: MiniCat runs on compressed air (right).

Christopher Dawson: Realistically deploying Edubuntu

CBS News: Facebook founder says 'Beacon' need work

Security roundup:

Richard Koman: New York investigates Intel for anticompetitive marketing. Open source projects get hardenedCES wrap:

Ryan Stewart: Rich Internet application predictions for 2008

3.5G driving rapid mobile broadband growth

News.com: Trent Reznor: Why won't people pay $5.

TechCrunch: Bebo platform now open for all developers.

Joe McKendrick: SOA: first or final cut?

Webware: Facebook tops list of slow and inaccessible social networks

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Vista sucks - reality or perception? Is Blu-ray any less dead than HD DVD?Joe McKendrick: Grid is 'the new ESB,' and a warning about Web 2.0 interfaces. SOA as 'My Cloud'

Dana Blankenhorn: Should HIPAA compliance be outsourced? The deadly problem of hospital logistics.

Can government-funded open source make Coverity obsolete?

Wired News: Steal this WiFi

Tech-savvy governments to embrace Web 2.0

Sony to stop some PS3 shipments in Japan

Roland Piquepaille: Build your own 3-D virtual trees

Verizon: Business is swell

Skype's mobile dreams

Microsoft: Technology's Warren Buffett (at least when it comes to acquisition rumors)

Harry Fuller: Sometimes green tech can be simple

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