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News to know: Microsoft's new language; Yahoo saga; Apple; Vulnerability counts

Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft declares its modeling love with a new language, ‘D’Larry Dignan: Yahoo's conundrum: White knights are hard to find Dan Farber: Mitch Kapor: Microsoft+Yahoo, major integration challengeDavid Morgenstern: Will Microsoft support Windows on Macs?CIO Sessions: Discover Financial Services CIO: Diane Offereins Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Vista SP1 highlights in 60 seconds - The reasons why I'll be applying the service pack.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

Notable headlines:

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft declares its modeling love with a new language, ‘D’

Larry Dignan: Yahoo's conundrum: White knights are hard to find Dan Farber: Mitch Kapor: Microsoft+Yahoo, major integration challenge

David Morgenstern: Will Microsoft support Windows on Macs?

CIO Sessions: Discover Financial Services CIO: Diane Offereins

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Vista SP1 highlights in 60 seconds - The reasons why I'll be applying the service pack. Vista SP1 will contain undocumented fixes

Dan Farber: HP takes aim at Teradata with Neoview mousetrap

Progress report on the OpenSocial Web

Garett Rogers: Google launches new service for enterprise email

16GB iPhone now available … oh, and a 32GB iPod touch. Apple Statement

Larry Dignan: Did Google get hosed on its MySpace search deal?

Images: High-speed hopes for the hypersonic A2 (right)

ISS: Vulnerability counts fall in 2007; Do you buy it?

Symantec: Europe becomes king of spam

Apple delivers iPhoto patch

Russell Shaw: Skype releases cross-zone vulnerability fix

Parsing the federal budget: The tech highlights

Rik Fairlie: Easy ways to improve your Wi-Fi performance

Joe McKendrick: SOA, Enterprise Architecture, BPM all the same underneath

Computerworld: 2008 CPU forecast: Quad cores for everyone

Sydney Morning Herald: Torvalds puts down Apple

Jason O'Grady: MacBook Air Diary-Day 6: Size comparisons

SuperDuper: Backup of the gods

FAQ: What's next in HD video fracas?

Phil Wainewright: QuickBase, your enterprise database in the cloud

Heather Clancy: Why isn't more effort going into tech refurbishment?

Dana Blankenhorn: Is mobile spam OK if the sender pays? Opportunity computing? Miro going nowhere without net neutrality

Engadget: Fourth undersea cable cut

Tom Foremski: MySpace: Will its socialist-like approach to its social app developers succeed?

Russell Shaw: Here's a brand new iPhone add featuring a Facebook app

News.com: Microsoft's proposed Yahoo buy raises eyebrows at Congress

Ryan Stewart: Aviary, the online design tool suite, launching tonight

Images: This is your imagination on digital art (right)

Dana Blankenhorn: Super Friday to climax Microsoft Open XML push

Roland Piquepaille: Smart holograms to monitor our health?

The fatal flaw for green-tech companies

Matthew Miller: fring mobile VoIP client gets updated with IM improvements and file transfer capability Nokia launches N-Gage First Access for N81 owners, social networking included. Opera Mobile 9.5 to be shown at Mobile World Congress 08

Nokia retains the crown in the 4th quarter, but Apple moves into third worldwide

Silicon Alley Insider: Hey LinkedIn, call your IPO bankers

Dana Gardner: New ways emerge to head off datacenter problems while improving IT operations

AOL buys online marketing network Buy.at

ICANN turns on next-gen IP addresses

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