News to know: Ubuntu Server; WinHEC; Windows Home Server; Linus Torvalds

Notable headlines:Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: LAMP On Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn) Server Edition.

Notable headlines:

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: LA

MP On Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn) Server Edition. Gallery (right). Will Dell stuff Ubuntu PCs full of craplets?

Mary Jo Foley: At WinHEC the future is off limits for Microsoft. Microsoft attempts to rally more hardware vendors around Rally. Ed Bott: On the road with Vista.

InformationWeek: Linus Torvalds Responds To Microsoft Patent Claims.

Senators propose infinite H-1Bs for advanced degree holders. Declan McCullagh: Gonzales proposes new crime: 'Attempted' copyright infringement.

Oracle to buy Agile Software.

TechCrunch: Truemore launches.

Microsoft delays Office converters for Mac. Jason O'Grady: Apple updates MacBook with faster processors. Apple releases new MacBook laptops.

Mary Jo Fole

y: Microsoft adds partners, plans for Windows Home Server. Ed Bott's review and gallery. Gates: 40 million Vista copies sold.

Ryan Naraine: Rutkowska (left) launches Invisible Things Labs startup.

Bill Joy: Clean tech bigger than Internet. Yahoo!'s Green Goal Gives Pause.

Garett Rogers: Google Audio Ads given to more users.

Russell Shaw: BlackBerry 8800: the good and bad. The review (right). Matthew Miller: Handheld market share falls 40% over last year.

AP: Sony quarterly loss widens.

N.Y. attorney general accuses Dell of fraud.

IBM unveils risk management products.

Ryan Stewart: Project Orbit launches, puts OpenLaszlo on devices.

The robots are coming. Photos (right): Humanoid robots come to life at MIT.

Dennis Howlett: SAP's A1S still shrouded in the mists. Larry Dignan: SAP, Novell team up on SUSE support.

Dan Kusnetzky: Virtualization - Trend or Buzzword?

Larry Dignan: TJX data breach costs: $17 million and growing.

Google: 10 percent of sites are dangerous. Donna Bogatin: YouTube copyright lawsuits mount: Who needs Google?

Sun, allies broaden open-source chip push.

John Carroll: Responding to Mr. Allison on ODF.

Computerworld: Teach XP and Vista to play nice on networks.

Dana Gardner: Microsoft: A law firm pretending to be an army pretending to be a software company.

Photos (right): Austin builds on green concepts.

Yahoo names investment banker CFO. Mitch Ratcliffe: Yahoo brings in a dealmaker: Transactions ahead.

Apple: iTunes offers Paul McCartney album. Techmeme discussion.

Reuters: Applied Materials profit top estimates.

Review: ViewSonic N3235w.

Engadget: Motorola RAZR 2 hands-on.