Microsoft patent case stirs software export fears.
Larry Dignan: HP’s quarter by the numbers; channel stuffing chorus may rev up. SeekingAlpha: Earnings call transcript.
TechCrunch: Kevin Rose at FOWA: Digg Adopts OpenID. Richard MacManus: Do You Actually Use OpenID?
Mary Jo Foley: Linux power lunch: Debian founder visits Microsoft. Microsoft set to publicize list of 800 Vista-compatible apps.George Ou: Living with Windows Vista: Week one report card.David Berlind: To upgrade or not to upgrade
David Berlind: Making the most out of your megapixels.
Justin Rattner: Tera-Scale: What Would We Do with All These Cores and How Would We Feed Them?
Vista advice central:
: A digital family talks about its plans for Vista.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Screenshots Microsoft Virtual PC 2007 (at right).
Ed Bott: Vista Hands On #5: Edit boot menus and more.
Mitch Ratcliffe: The Great Vista/Mac Showdown: Return to battle, no memory hogs found at startup.
Garret Rogers: Charts in Google Spreadsheet are imminent.
Dan Farber: In software services we trust?
WSJ: Google needs TV friends. YouTube deal with CBS unravels. Larry Dignan: The Joost-Viacom love in (and what they meant to say). Techmeme discussion.Dan Farber: Edgeio launches classified platform
Jonathan Mendez: 7 ways to optimize your YouTube tags.
for the masses. Techmeme discussion
.UCSF nurses test tablet PCs
(at right).Engadget: IEEE pushing 802.16m WiMAX to 1Gbps, hopes to converge with 4G.Ryan Stewart:
WPF and proving the importance of experience
. Yourminis gets a makeover
, starts talking Apollo. Joost and Viacom
- a win for desktop Rich Internet Applications
. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes:
When will we start to see OEMs ship new PCs with Firefox or Opera installed? AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ out
- Still can’t beat Intel’s E6700.
Images: Cashing in on green ideas
(at right).Larry Dignan: JetBlue fiasco: A database could have made a difference
. Computerworld: Overwhelmed IT systems
partly to blame for JetBlue meltdown.Baseline
: Virtualization: PG&E's Power Play.Donna Bogatin: Blog Hillary launches
, Clinton targets gender ‘User Generated Politics.' Bill Gates and Steve Jobs
to make joint appearance.