News to know: Microsoft StartKey; SaaS; NeoOffice; Intel Atom; Apple

Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft preps StartKey: A 'Windows companion' on a USB stickWill OOXML get the ISO standards nod? It's not a given.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

Notable headlines:

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft preps StartKey: A 'Windows companion' on a USB stick

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft moves deeper into the software services arena. Microsoft statement.

Christopher Dawson: Office 2008 vs. iWork vs. NeoOffice vs. OpenOffice Gallery (right). Jason O'Grady: Multi-Touch gestures in any application

Nate McFeters:Airport security concerns: Bluetooth, switchblades and wireless X-rays? Michael Krigsman: Qantas Airways: a perfect storm for IT failure? Was Heathrow 777 crash caused by poltergeists?

ZDNet gets a facelift: The changes at a glance

Dennis Howlett: Google averaging $66 to $99 per user on Apps? Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft refreshes beta of its Google Docs competitor

Photos: Top 10 reviews of the week (right)

Larry Dignan: Intel: So long Silverthorne, Diamondville; hello Atom. Intel statement. Christopher Dawson: Cheap laptops to be powered by Intel's Atom chips

George Ou: Intel christens Silverthorne as "Atom"

Dana Gardner: OpSource releases OpSource Connect for integrating SaaS, Web services

Nate McFeters: Exploitation is Still Possible as Third-Parties Neglect to Implement Vista Security Features

Ryan Stewart: Is an offline version of Silverlight coming at MIX next week? Interviews galore from Adobe's Engage event

United Tech makes bid for ATM maker Diebold

Stats of the day: 146 mln mobile phones sold in the US in 2007


Michael Krigsman: Twitter is down again. CenterNetworks: Twitter deals SXSW preparation

Garett Rogers: YouTube gets personal, lets users opt-in to beta

New York Times: I need a virtual break, no really

Harry Fuller: Global Warming (GW)? The spin cycle is on high.

Roland Piquepaille:Cell images on Times Square?

eBay sees growing risks to business in coming year

Jason O'Grady: Running naked (with hard drives)

Images: Today's Venus weather forecast: Sulfuric acid clouds (right)

Christopher Dawson: A quick word on Apple Pages

Dana Blankenhorn: Do open source developers deserve a premium?

The Google backlash at HIMSS

Russell Shaw: Man mistakenly assigned Vonage number now has to go thru PITA of requesting it back

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Vista price slash

Dan Farber: Google CEO Schmidt practices the art of stonewalling

Dan Kusnetzky:What would a next generation datacenter look like?

Survey: CIOs moderately upbeat about IT spending

TechRepublic: Cost cutting in IT

EU sends TomTom formal objections to Tele Atlas deal

Ask.com not planning to scrap search: source




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