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News to know: Midori; Yahoo; iPhone; VMware

Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: On the road to Midori: RedHawk, MinSafe and Sapphire Next Microsoft enterprise instant messaging/VOIP server: Think 2009Microsoft to push XP SP3 via Auto Update on July 10Microsoft to deliver SQL Server 2008 in AugustJason O'Grady: Mac.com, ahem, MobileMe is down for maintenanceTechRepublic: Poll: Does your IT department plan to support the iPhone 3G, with its improved enterprise features?
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Notable headlines:

Mary Jo Foley: On the road to Midori: RedHawk, MinSafe and Sapphire

Jason O'Grady: Mac.com, ahem, MobileMe is down for maintenanceTechRepublic: Poll: Does your IT department plan to support the iPhone 3G, with its improved enterprise features?

News.com: Yahoo seeks ad revenue by fueling others' search innovation. Yahoo blog

Ed Burnette: Google shares more of its secret sauce: Protocol buffers

Dancho Danchev: Gmail, PayPal and Ebay embrace DomainKeys to fight phishing emails

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Microsoft says it's time

to stop worrying about Vista - Does that make you feel any less worried?

How to: Using TrueCrypt 6 to hide an operating system. Gallery (right)

Larry Dignan: Senate, Web ad titans joust over behavioral targeting.

Zack Whittaker: Keeping the web open, by letting the EU deal with things

Nate McFeters: What happens when you patch the Internet?

Tom Foremski: Intel's Sean Maloney talks about the 'fog' of online marketing

Jason Perlow: VMWare: Time to Pay the Open Source Piper

AppleInsider: Apple's next-gen MacBook Pro casing design revealed

Paul Murphy: Reasons to buy a Mac

Christopher Dawson: Now I know what to do with those Eees!

Paula Rooney: Reiser leads police to wife's body, gets 15 years

Michael Krigsman: Measuring IT: 'Operational Health'

Photos: Cracking open the Roku Netflix Player (right)

John Morris: Samsung ships 128GB SSDs with cheaper flash memory

VCs a glum bunch over economy, lack of exits

Heather Clancy: Intel throws more money at solar technology

Dana Blankenhorn: More open source contributions from bureaucracies, please

Mitch Ratcliffe: Check out the bionic neck

Boy Genius Report: BlackBerry Thunder not quite ready for primetime?

Andrew Nusca: MSI Wind notebook hits stores, promptly sells out?

TechRepublic Video: Five reasons to centralize your IT department

Janice Chen: Canon USA announces EOS Rebel XS 10-megapixel dSLR pricing

Google has legacy system issues too

IT Facts:Top search terms in May 2008

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes:NVIDIA stock ... Good buy or goodbye?

Roland Piquepaille:Are hospitals really safe Blankenhorn: Does Prana offer real Alzheimer's hope or head fake?

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