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News to know: Office 2007 SP1; Microsoft security; KVM vs. Xen; AMD

Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Mark your calendars: Microsoft to push Office 2007 SP1 on June 16EIC podcast: SAP; JavaOne; AMD, MicrohooLarry...
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Notable headlines:

Mary Jo Foley: Mark your calendars: Microsoft to push Office 2007 SP1 on June 16

EIC podcast: SAP; JavaOne; AMD, Microhoo

Larry Dignan: Microsoft previews three critical bulletins; two for Office

Jason Perlow: Unixfication II

WSJ: Microsoft Move Suggests Not Reversing Yahoo Decision BusinessWeek: Inside Microsoft's War Against Google

David Morgenstern: Seeking the iPhone in Adobe's annual analyst briefings

Paul Murphy: An idea about teaching Linux to the MCSE community

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft trickling out its Spring Live Search update Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Got a .edu email address? Pick up Microsoft Office Ultimate for $60!

Data Portability: The Microsoft angle

InfoWorld: OpenOffice.org beta fails the Office 2007 test

TechRepublic: Video: Dirty little secrets about working in IT

Ryan Stewart: KinetiCast - online presentation and promotional trackingPaula Rooney: KVM and Xen cofounders engage in war of words

Dana Blankenhorn: Sun xVM Virtualbox puts Mac on x86

Dan Kusnetzky:Virtualization discussion with Oracle

JavaOne: The week in video

Paula Rooney: Samba 3.2 reflects open source project's ambivalence toward Microsoft

Images: A visit to 'negawatt' central (right)

Heather Clancy: TerraPass gets more granular with its carbon-crunching calculator

Micron claims low-power server memory lead with two new modules

Dignan: AMD still mum on its 'asset smart' strategy

Matthew Miller: ShoZu adds Twitter, Seesmic, Photobucket, and 5 more destinations

Phil Wainewright: SaaSplaza opens European SaaS marketplace

Christopher Dawson: How does OpenSolaris fare for Ed Tech? Techdirt: Does The GPL Still Matter?

News.com: After long negotiations, Facebook agrees to safety plan with state AGs

Google Blogoscoped: Google Ends Hello

iTunes FairPlay DRM - Protecting artists and labels, or helping Apple sell more iPods?

Janice Chen: Top five (last-minute) digital camera accessories

Andrew Nusca: New Dell Inspiron consumer laptops leaked! (hint: thin)

Malware shipped with Firefox 2 language pack

Roland Piquepaille: NASA's lunar breathing system

Photos: Cracking open the Nintendo Wii Remote

Mitch Ratcliffe: Social Infrastructure still very much wanted

Steve O'Hear: MySpace partners with Yahoo, Twitter and eBay in "data portability" initiative. Techmeme

Vonage narrows losses; Inks deal with Covad

WSJ: Gates says Vista sales are ‘rapid’

Christopher Dawson: Large Hadron Collider will put academic networks to the test

Dana Blankenhorn:Delaying a PC revolution in cell diagnosis

Harry Fuller: Don't insulate, Nansulate, says Florida cleantech company

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: And in other news ... id Software announces Doom 4

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