News to know: Oracle goes shopping; Dell's new focus; Google and click fraud

Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: Oracle kicks off business intelligence consolidation.Dana Gardner: Oracle and Hyperion combo moves them closer to the ultimate business dashboard.

Notable headlines:

Larry Dignan: Oracle kicks off business intelligence consolidation.
Dana Gardner: Oracle and Hyperion combo moves them closer to the ultimate business dashboard.

Inside AdWords: Invalid Clicks – Google’s Overall Numbers. Larry Dignan: Google: Click fraud costs us $1 billion a year.

Dell's new focus: Don't look back. ArsTechnica: Why Dell and other major hardware vendors won't do desktop Linux preinstallation.

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to charge for Daylight Saving hotfixes for older products.

George Ou: Beware of hard-coding issues in Vista user folders. Ed Bott: Vista Hands On #8: Delay activation.

Lenovo X60 Tablet PC
(right) road test begins.

Adobe to take Photoshop online.

Black Hat:

Ryan Naraine: Black Hat RFID talk back on, with deletions. Vista’s ASLR not so random, but does it matter?

Symantec sizes up security in Windows Vista.

Symantec incorrectly flags Yahoo Mail as a virus.

PC hardware can pose rootkit threat.Cybercops drowning in data.

Computerworld: Lose unwanted gigabytes overnight.

David Berlind: AMD claims its ATI R600 is primed, ready to beat NVidia’s 8800.

Garett Rogers: Google Maps gets real time traffic information. Techmeme discussion.

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft: Why the ODF vs. OOXML battle matters. California may adopt OpenDocument.

Dan Farber: Intel
rides the datacenter build out wave. Intel, AMD vie for server attention.

HP denies pretexting former employee. Lawyer for former HP chairman vows revenge on Perkins.

Reuters: Nortel
to restate 2004, 2005, 2006 res


Larry Dignan:
Old media’s unwinnable YouTube war. Techmeme discussion.

teams up with Google over gadgets.

Matthew Miller: Nokia S60 VoIP support is way ahead of Windows Mobile. Images (right).

Two visions for delivering PCs to emerging nations.

John Spooner: Intel doesn’t see much need to cut prices.

Larry Dignan: Home Depot plots IT, supply chain improvements.

Roland Piquepaille:
A 50-terabyte database of brain maps.


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