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News to know: Windows 7; Patch preview; Office 2.0; Dell

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Ryan Naraine: Critical WMP, MS Office bugs on Patch Tuesday swat listDancho Danchev:Malware and spam attacks exploiting Picasa and ImageShackMary Jo Foley: Is Microsoft is putting Windows 7 on a diet?
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:

Ryan Naraine: Critical WMP, MS Office bugs on Patch Tuesday swat list

Mary Jo Foley: Is Microsoft is putting Windows 7 on a diet?

Sam Diaz: Seinfeld & Gates: Was this ad supposed to be funny?

WSJ: Dell plans to sell factories to save costs Office 2.0 coverage:

EIC Podcast: Google Chrome; Apple; Dell and Salesforce.com

Joshua Greenbaum: Handicapping the Fall Enterprise Software Race: SAP vs. Oracle vs. Microsoft

PaidContent.org: Samsung Looking At Buying Digital Memory Company SanDisk

Jason Perlow: Red Hat draws its line in the virtual sand with Qumranet

Paul Murphy: From Chapter Two: The appliance computing culture

Phil Wainewright: Zuora gets PayPal president on board

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: How important is boot performance?

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Wireless Access: What Price Speed

Tom Foremski: Silicon Valley's gender gap

MacRumors: Apple Rejecting Apps Based on ‘Limited Utility’

Google: Update to Google Chrome's terms of service

Sean Portnoy: Wireless networking finally hits the ceiling

PC World: Amazon to Sell OLPC XO Laptops From November

Ryan Stewart: Are we "done" with rich Internet applications?

Dennis Howlett: SocialCast: enterprise Twitter/FriendFeed mashup

Video: Political party playlists

Larry Dignan: Analyst: Dollar daze around the corner for Web giants

Boy Genius Report: BlackBerry Storm goes into TA (technical acceptance) at Verizon, delayed 3-4 weeks

Matthew Miller: Qik streaming service comes to HTC Windows Mobile devices

Jason O'Grady: Is this Tuesday's 4G nano?

Dana Blankenhorn: My first Linux laptop is the Asus EeePC netbook

John Carroll: The power of standard protocols

Andrew Mager: Microsoft's Powerset hosts Lunch 2.0

Dan Kusnetzky: Red Hat acquires Qumranet

Christopher Dawson: What can we do better?

NYT: Does Windows Still Matter?

Roland Piquepaille: How plants grow under the ground

Dana Blankenhorn: Best way to sell drugs is to talk to your doctor

Heather Clancy: Something in the air: Several random wind energy updates

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