News to know: Vista troubleshooting, RIM, XP SP3, Apple, SAP

Notable headlines:XP SP3: Now on Windows UpdateEd Bott: Fixing Windows Vista, Part 3: Top Troubleshooting Tools [See Gallery] David Morgenstern: Is Mac OS X Leopard, Safari 3.x too dark?

Notable headlines:

XP SP3: Now on Windows Update

Ed Bott: Fixing Windows Vista, Part 3: Top Troubleshooting Tools [See Gallery]

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David Morgenstern: Is Mac OS X Leopard, Safari 3.x too dark?

Larry Dignan: Cisco third quarter 'steady'

SAP Sapphire:

Matthew Miller: Update your Twitter feed by voice with Twitterfone

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Gallery: Psystar unboxing, innerds, maiden boot [right]

WSJ: Sprint Nears Deal With ClearwireJavaOne:

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Microsoft releases Windows XP SP3 to Windows Update and Microsoft Download Center Mary Jo Foley: XP SP3: Now on Windows Update

Nathan McFeters: Can I interest you in a glass of Berry Blue Kool-Aid?: A recap of Microsoft Blue Hat v7 [with gallery, right]

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Dana Blankenhorn: Open source as the villain in its own story

The Boy Genius Report: Apple and AT&T to launch iPhone 3G a lot sooner than we think?

Dan Kusnetzky: ClearCube Spins off VDIworks

Nate McFeters: House of Hackers social community opens up

Jason O'Grady: VMware releases public beta of Fusion 2.0

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft postpones Hotmail-Outlook Express cut-off

Boomtown: Andreessen to Facebook Board?

John Carroll: Why I didn't like "Microhoo"

VentureBeat: LinkedIn may — and should — use its new funding to go after the business software market

John Morris: After a slow start, quad-core is catching on

Roland Piquepaille: A new robotic tasting device Matthew Miller: The HTC Diamond takes Windows Mobile to the next level. Photos: HTC's Touch Diamond phone

Ryan Stewart: Popfly Game Creator

Paula Rooney: Oracle developing grid management, chargeback features for Oracle VM

Google launches CERT for open source

Do we need another CERT?

Dana Blankenhorn: Nanny state resentment is universal

Garett Rogers: Google Reader lets users do micro-blogging

Michael Krigsman: IT politics killed White House email project