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  Wednesday, July 27, 2011
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Between The Lines ColumnistWindows Phone 7 Mango Shipped To Phone Makers
By Paul McDougall
Microsoft promises 500 new features in first major update to its new mobile operating system.

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Anonymous Boycotts PayPal, Arrest Fallout Continues
Alleged hacker arrested in FBI sting on PayPal attacks faces Internet ban, while hacktivist group calls for PayPal boycott.

Sen. Al Franken Opposes AT&T, T-Mobile Merger
Outspoken senator from Minnesota says deal would kill off thousands of U.S. jobs and raise cell phone prices.

Dell Offers OpenStack Infrastructure-As-A-Service
Reference architecture for cloud developers to manage IT resources in OpenStack.

Microsoft And SUSE, Mozilla And Google: Strange Bedfellows
Redmond cashes in on Linux licenses, while Mozilla creates a new open source mobile operating system.

Peer Pressure Drives Many To Acquire Security Certifications
New survey reveals how security pros really feel about the value--or lack thereof--of certs.

SAP Steals Share From Oracle In Strong Quarter
Applications software license growth increased by 18%, versus 16% reported by Oracle in most recent quarter.

Low-Cost Options For Predictive Analytics Challenge SAS, IBM
Upstarts Revolution Analytics and Alpine Data Labs step up the competition against market leaders.

Google+ Name Rules Adjusted
Users believed to be violating the Google+ "common name" policy can expect a more attentive review process.

QUOTE OF THE DAY
Because things are the way they are, things will not stay the way they are. -- Bertolt Brecht

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Microsoft Back In Bed With SUSE Linux
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Microsoft Back In Bed With SUSE Linux
In controversial deal extended to the tune of $100 million, Microsoft resells SUSE Linux services and pledges not to sue on patents.

OS X Lion Makes Windows 8 Too Late
Apple and Microsoft race to '"tablify" their desktop operating systems. Guess who's winning?

Antisec Attacks An Urgent Wake-Up: InformationWeek Now
It's difficult to gauge the ethos of these next generation hackers. If I could summarize, it's this: Punish.

E-Prescribing Doesn't Make The Grade
Outpatient electronic prescribing doesn't cut out the common mistakes made in manual systems, study finds.

VMware Pricing Outrage: A Closer Look
Many IT admins want to continue over-provisioning memory to virtual machines. But that's not an efficient way to manage the data center.

 

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Mozilla's Web-Only Operating System Layer Essentially a stripped-down browser, the Mozilla web-only operating system layer has much in common with Google Chrome.   View Now

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