News to know: Wi-Fi hacking with PDA; Jobs on DRM; RSA

Notable headlines:Wi-Fi hacking, with a handheld PDA. Images.
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Notable headlines:

Wi-Fi hacking, with a handheld PDA. Images.

Google Web Toolkit (GWT) 1.3 goes gold.
Key Net servers in suspected attack. Data breach bills resurface in Congress.
IBM Research: Mining for the future of search.
The Great Vista/Mac Showdown: Mac migration a breeze, Vista’s migration is a headache
Steve Jobs'
thoughts on music. Jobs on DRM: We want iTunes to be DRM free, but… Techmeme discussion.
My MacBook Pro Experience - Day 27. Cupertino, start your photocopiers.
Google's Schmidt pitches 'self-governing' Net.
Cisco Hits the Spot. Video stars in Cisco's earnings boost.
PLM: Boeing's Dream, Airbus' Nightmare.
How Microsoft (mostly) managed to keep Home Server a secret. Microsoft Office Live migration is adding insult to injury.

More from RSA:

RSA proves security isn’t usable by example.
Microsoft marries CardSpace and OpenID 2.0.
Coming in March: Month of PHP bugs.
RSA 2007 keynotes: Notable quotes.
Microsoft: Still more to do on security.
Companies told to step up on security.
Security on demand heads for mainstream.
Microsoft's own antivirus fails to secure Vista.
Pump-and-dump bot war?

Retail Unit Roughs Up IAC/Interactive.

CRM Roundup.
Sun dual-Niagara servers due in 2008.

Tivo Boxes to Download Amazon Unboxed Videos
Bug in new Google feature exposes linksGoogle Apps for Your Domain is about to graduate. Google: Who needs advertising?
Here’s a handy guide to Skype third-party utilities and hacks.

Quiz: Which Office app are you?

Wal-Mart, the grand delusion, part II. HP: Movie download arms dealer. No Flash or WPF/E in the Wal-Mart movie deal hurts customers. The three big disconnects in Wal-Mart’s

digital download plans.
AMD accelerates toward 45nm. The 2007 mobile CPU road map.
Outsourcing your 'Warcraft' skills. Images.
Kodak's consumer printers aim to chop ink costs. More megapixels, better photos: Fact or fiction?
As younger people reveal their private lives on the Internet, the older generation looks on with alarm and misapprehension.
Business Objects Sees Higher 1Q Sales.

AOL wins IM bakeoff.
Netscape 9.yawn.
MIT puts optics on a chip.
Marriage + Gaming = Game Over?

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