News to know: Searching Silverlight; IE 8; Dell; Google vs. YouTube

Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft: Silverlight content searchable, tooRyan Stewart: Brian Goldfarb talks about Silverlight 2 and Deep Zoom...

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Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft: Silverlight content searchable, too

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Ryan Naraine: IE 8 Beta 2: Security makover

Larry Dignan: Michael Dell's a believer: Makes a $100 million statement

Techmeme: Google has to fork over YouTube user history files TechRepublic: Reversing IT staff attitudes: One CIO’s story Jobs, Apple directors face new backdating suit

Jennifer Leggio: ReputationDefender opens alpha for enterprise reputation management

Rik Fairlie: Linksys WRT610N Wi-Fi router delivers dual bands, simultaneously

TechRepublic Video: Five Cisco IOS tips to make you more efficient

Paula Rooney: Nokia's open source Symbian is no match or threat to Linux mobile, Linux Foundation claims


NVIDIA says “significant quantities” of laptop GPUs are defective, stock tumbles

Heather Clancy: Dell strives to make it easier to be green with FlexAddress

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Demystifying BIOS updates - The DOs and DO NOTs

Robin Harris: Notebook SSDs REDUCE battery life at 50x the cost

Paul Miller: Does True Knowledge see value in distance from the bubble?

Ryan Stewart: WordPress, Gears, and the converging browser/desktop

Michael Krigsman: Stop the madness: 10 steps to killfailures

Paul Murphy: Helpdesks and productivity

Foley: New Microsoft Office subscription bundle to hit in mid-July

Matthew Miller: What is the best method for picking up an iPhone 3G on July 11th?

ISO: PDF format becomes ISO standard

Forbes: Netflix's Online Movie Dreams

Roland Piquepaille: Laser-aided software for tunnel Survey: Advertisers should acknowledge privacy concerns about targeted ads

Dan Kusnetzky: Microsoft Hyper-V and Spin Marketing - Symantec's take

Deb Perelman: Five realities of Google or any other Workplace Wonderland

Janice Chen: Nikon announces D700: Full-frame dSLR for $2,000 less than flagship D3

OMG! texting is so expensive


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