News to know: Office Live Workspace; Leopard; Web 2.0 Summit; Digital media ethics

Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Get a sneak peek of Microsoft's Office Live Workspace service. Gallery (right).
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

Notable headlines:

Mary Jo Foley: Get a sneak peek of Mic

rosoft's Office Live Workspace service. Gallery (right). Ryan Stewart: Silverlight as the driver for Microsoft's services.

Ryan Naraine: Memory randomization (ALSR) coming to Mac OS X Leopard.

Dan Farber @ Web 2.0 Summit: Rubert Murdoch and Chris DeWolfe. Zuckerberg on Facebook. Google Health, Nokia 810, Adobe. Twitter: Aggressively applying constraints.

Ed Bott: Digital media ethics: it’s personal.

Michael Krigsman: Consulting's dirty little secret.

Ryan Naraine: Opera, Netscape ship 'critical' browser patches. Richard Stiennon: Don't blame cost of security on the vendors

Russell Shaw: Revealed: Comcast Digital Voice's policy for customer records requests from law enforcement.

Google says it's working to solve health record dilemma. AppleInsider: Apple's U.S. Mac market share rises to 8.1 percent in Q3.

David Berlind: Reviewcast: Saleforce.com's Visual Force is like an on-demand version of FoxPro (but better). Twitterizing mainstream media 102: The Zude to Facebook/Twitter to ZDNet to Del.icio.us connection.

Robin Harris: Disks that look like tape.

Gallery: Polycom's video conferencing (right). George Ou: Polycom launches new HD 720p video conferencing and presence solutions.

Dennis Howlett: SAP loves Eclipse and widgets (and Flex). AP: SAP earnings up on license growth.

Dell: Ubuntu 7.10 update.

Larry Dignan: eBay's financials excluding Skype charge shine.

Steve O'Hear: MySpaceIM and Skype hook up. Russell Shaw: Why the Skype-MySpace deal won't work all that well. IM security expert: Skype-MySpace is "an IT disaster"

Ryan Stewart: Newsweek launches new site with Brightcove tools.

Jason O'Grady: Third party applications confirmed for iPhone (updated). Techmeme. Ed Burnette: gPhone may force Apple to open iPhone. Matthew Miller: Nokia announces N810 Internet Tablet with GPS and OS 2008. A real yardstick for virtual worlds?

Google Blogoscoped: Google Docs goes mobile.

Bill would let ID theft victims seek restitution. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: OK, I admit it, Leopard has more "Wow!" than Vista ... in theory anyway. Yeah, but where are the “Top Secret” Leopard features that Steve Jobs promised?

Heather Clancy: Tech support service seeks to green-optimize your PC.
Photos: 'Hunter-killer' takes to Afghan skies.

Dan Farber: Atlassian, NewsGator hook into SharePoint.

Paula Rooney: Microsoft claims it is not party to patent claims against Linux. Mary Jo Foley: New Microsoft job site highlights consumer-focused openings. Scott McNealy far from retired. Dan Kusnetzky: Virtual Iron offers "Once and Done" virtual server environment. XenSource passes thousand customer mark. Ancestry.com parent sold for $300 million.

Interface: More than skin deep.

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