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News to know: QuickTime bugs; eBay's UI; Intel's document lapse

Notable headlines:IBM sees green in environmental tech.Ryan Naraine: Serious QuickTime bugs bite Windows Vista, Mac OS X.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor on

Notable headlines:

IBM sees green in environmental tech.
Ryan Naraine: Serious QuickTime bugs bite Windows Vista, Mac OS X.

Microsoft patches Xbox 360.

David Berlind: eBay’s Chief Disruption Officer: UI to eBay’s “commerce operating system” could be left to others. Gallery (right).
Financial Times: Microsoft attacks Google on copyright. Andrew Keen: Can YouTube survive till next week? Techmeme discussion.
Intel admits lapse in document preservation. John Spooner: Warning signals tough going for AMD.
CIO:  Outsourcing: The War on Benchmarking.
Ed Burnette: Krugle Eclipse puts 1.5 billion lines of code at your fingertips.
Jason O'Grady: Migrate your iTunes library off your local hard drive.
PC Mag: Microsoft's OneCare Finishes Last in Antivirus Tests.
Netscape: The rebirth of My.Netscape.com.
IT pros battle clock and code in time change.
Donna Bogatin interviews Mpire CEO Matt Hulett.
Larry Dignan: Intel won’t upgrade to Vista until SP1.
 
Richard MacManus: Yahoo Mixd Closes - Peanut Butter Manifesto in Action?
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Photos: Soiree raises funds to boost science breakthroughs (right).
Joe McKendrick: Is SOA Software as a Service, delivered internally?
Computerworld: Memo: Microsoft threatened to shut down Mac Office.
Russell Shaw: Porn again: adult content’s big broadband problem you never hear about. Why don’t our cell phones have call timers, better Bluetooth? Here’s why.
McAfee gets fourth CEO in six years.

BloggingStocks:
Go away Henry Blodget.

Mary Jo Foley: Windows Live VP confirms his ‘impending retirement.’
Donna Bogatin: Google Search: Is PageRank reliable? Web 2.0: Are Cisco, News Corp., Viacom, Gannett really clueless? Dan Farber: Social networking cha cha and the land grab.

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