News to know: Microsoft's strategy; Yahoo's search; Torture tests; Twitter funding

Notable headlines:Life without Google: Can Yahoo regain search share? Gallery (right).
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

Notable headlines:

Life without Google: Can Yahoo regain search share?

Gallery (right).

Mary Jo Foley: Multiple Microsoft search refreshes due over the 12 months. Ozzie spells out the Live platform layers. Microsoft now wants its Shared Source licenses to qualify as open source.

Microsoft to launch Office Communications Server 2007 this fall. Windows Vista hits the 60-million-copies-sold milestone. Another new Window Live buzzword is born. Microsoft: Expect Windows installed base to hit 1 billion by mid-2008. Microsoft starts rolling out several tool test releases.

Dion Hinchcliffe: A checkpoint on Web 2.0 in the enterprise.

Techmeme: Twitter raises VC fundng.

365 Main: Response to San Francisco power outage. Ed Bott: Problems arise with Vista's activation system. Vista Hands On #17: Solving a pesky resource problem.

Ryan Naraine: Protocol abuse adds to Firefox, Windows security woes. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Torture Testing (right)- The big case test - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.

Sprint, Google in pact for WiMax mobile Web.

Computerworld: How to use 802.11n bridging for the fastest wireless speeds and best range.

Net access tax compromise: A short extension? FBI spy powers face new Capitol Hill scrutiny.

Microsoft to Acquire AdECN, Inc.

EU issues antitrust charge sheet against Intel.

John Spooner: AMD breaks out the heavy equipment to build its next-generation of chips. Dan Farber: Photo: AMD execs at work.Barcelona will give AMD the upper hand in quad core. AMD details roadmap beyond Barcelona.

Ryan Stewart: IronMonkey to let users write Ruby and Python on Tamarin.

David Berlind: Last Redshift redux (hopefully): Couldn't salesforce.com forget the hardware and use Amazon's EC2?

Photos: Samsung thinks Santa in the summertime.

Joe McKendrick: How to build SOA when executives don't care. Larry Dignan: Will Mozilla set Thunderbird free? Email Call to Action.

Dana Blankenhorn: Sugar sweet for GPLv3.

iPhone: Coming to a corporation near you? Jason O'Grady: iPhone AC adapters failing.

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