News to know: SAP; Hacking NASA; Apple; OpenSolaris

Notable headlines:Nate McFeters: Hacking NASA: One small step for man, one giant leap for hackers?Common misconceptions about database securitySapphire 2008:Dennis Howlett: The changing SAP cultureLarry Dignan: SAP's Apotheker: Business ByDesign costs led to delayIn search of Business ByDesign: The NetWeaver 7.

Notable headlines:

Nate McFeters: Hacking NASA: One small step for man, one giant leap for hackers?

Sapphire 2008:

Times of India: China mounts cyber attacks on Indian sites

Garett Rogers: Has Google mastered time travel?

Jason O'Grady: Mac OS 10.5.2 = Apple Vista? Gallery (right)

IP Democracy: Google Accuses Verizon of Planning to Dodge 700 MHz Open Access Rules

Christopher Dawson: ePals provides safe student collaboration tools

WSJ: Sprint Mulls Separating Nextel Unit

TechRepublic: Sanity check: The top four IT trends from Interop Las Vegas 2008

Harry Fuller: Fuel cell breakthrough? Gentlemen, start your engines...Matthew Miller: T-Mobile USA officially announces 3G rollout

PaidContent.org: Hoping For Ungodly Returns: Christian Video Sharing Site GodTube Gets $30 Million Funding

Steve O'Hear: 12 social networking sites for niche lovers

Dana Blankenhorn: How dangerous is computing to your health?

Jason Perlow: OpenSolaris: What Ubuntu wants to be when it grows up

Mitch Ratcliffe: Two product quickies: Mophie Juice Pack good; Simple Tech stranded

Boomtown: Google's PR Head Elliot Schrage Heads to Facebook

Yahoo: A Safer Way to Search

MacRumors: Apple Includes Chinese Handwriting Recognition in iPhone 2.0 Beta

Henry Blodget: How Yahoo (YHOO) Blew The Microsoft (MSFT) Deal, Part 1

Roland Piquepaille: From fungus to fuel

Paul Murphy: N-Tier: Rube Goldberg meets Wintel Scalability