News to know: Photoshop's HD support; DST costs; Vista hands on #10

Notable headlines: David Berlind: Will Negroponte’s One Laptop Per Child be a problem for Microsoft? Image Gallery (right).
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

Notable headlines: 

David Berlind: Will Negroponte’s One Laptop Per Child be a problem for Microsoft? Image Gallery (right).
Photoshop gets HD Photo support. Adobe adds new Photoshop flavor with CS3.
Make: 5.5g iPods can now run Linux.

Larry Dignan
: What does Daylight Saving Time cost IT? DST blog focus. Computerworld: With DST nigh, here's the latest on vendor patches, fixes.

Mary Jo Foley:
More shake-ups on the Windows Live side of the Microsoft house? Open letter to Microsoft: Buy Yahoo.
Photos: This helmet plays mind games (right). Emotiv’s man-machine melding interface technology.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Essential Firefox extensions - What are they?
Gates urges federal data privacy law.
Crave: Boss can now get in your face remotely.
Camino 1.0.4 browser released.
Microsoft's research labs offer freebies. Scientific American: New systems may allow people to record everything they see and hear--and even things they cannot sense--and to store all these data in a personal digital archive.

Ryan Stewart:
Using FlexBook to show what Flex can do.
TechCrunch: Federated Media Raising More Money, Looking to Sell.
Paul Murphy: IT: where success fails, and failure succeeds.
Ed Bott's Vista Hands On #10: Manage wireless networks. George Ou: Choosing between Vista x86 32 bit or x64 64 bit.
TheStreet.com: Hewlett-Packard Settles Inkjet Patent Suit.

News.com: Sony
brings it 'Home' for the PS3. Mashable: Playstation Crushes Second Life with Superior Platform. Techmeme discussion.
Alan Graham: Building for Web 2.0: Part 1.
Clearwire IPO on its way.
Dan Farber's CIO Sessions
: Tim Stanley, Harrah’s Entertainment. Video (right).
Russell Shaw: Why Skype's 500 million download mark is a misleading number.
Donna Bogatin: Google arrogant? Google CEO Eric Schmidt responds. Yahoo HotJobs needs Craigslist to fill hot jobs at Yahoo.
MediaShift: Web Focus Leads Newspapers to Hire Programmers for Editorial Staff.
Steve O'Hear: Who needs iTunes? The rise of the 'indie friendly' video download store.
Ask.com blog: The New Shape of Local Search.

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