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News to know for Wednesday, April 9, 2008

News to know for April 9, 2008 features the top two smartphones in a corporate satisfaction survey, crimeware-as-a-service, "Manhattan Project" for security, EMC buys Iomega, RSA round-up, Gartner ITxpo roundup, and much more.

"News to know" is a joint venture between TechRepublic and ZDNet. The original post publishes every morning on business days in Between the Lines.

Notable headlines:

Paul Mah: iPhone and BlackBerry tops corporate Smartphone satisfaction survey Tricia Liebert: Crimeware-as-a-Service - the next great thing in malicious attacks Andy Moon: What should a "Manhattan Project" for network security look like? Bill Detwiler: Your VoIP vision could win you a 56-inch Samsung HD DLP TV Jay Garmon: The Trivia Geek returns! Michael Krigsman: HSBC loses data on 370,000 customers Joshua Greenbaum: Salesforce.com Cozies up to Google Apps Rev 2.0 Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to add the Genuine Advantage 'nag' to Office Dennis Howlett: Secure coding: the invisible elephant EMC buys Iomega RSA round-up: Nate McFeters: Adobe Flash Pwn2Own details released by ZDITom Foremski: Speaking the language of social applications in the enterprise Gartner Symposium/ITxpo round-up: IBM launches enterprise mashup portfolio Dana Gardner: Gangsta cloud wars could pivot on the traffic-driving power of Google and Microsoft/Yahoo Paula Rooney: Zimbra's fate hangs in the balance as Microsoft gets hostile with Yahoo! Jason O'Grady: Apple leaks iPhone 3G chipset in SDK MacBook EFI Firmware Updates released Review: Zogis GeForce 9800 GTX (right) Mary Jo Foley: xRM: Microsoft's other platform-as-a-service play Adobe Media Player now available Steve O'Hear: At last, Flickr adds support for video David Morgenstern: User experience begins with the software installer

Could the Olympics spoil Back to School sales?

Dana Blankenhorn: State of the Linux union is sound Roland Piquepaille: The Texas petawatt laser Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Who's giving Vista a miss and waiting for Windows 7? Andrew Nusca: Tips: How to investigate an online gadget vendor's reputation MacRumors: Apple Seeds New iPhone OS 2.0 Beta (5A240d), SDK Update (Beta 3) Scripting News: Early notes on GoogleApps Heather Clancy: Thin is in: Considering the green impact of desktop virtualization and thin clients

Photos: Fuel cells for cameras (right)

John Morris: More competition for low-cost laptops Dave Greenfield: An Open Source Class-Five Switch Infinite Loop: VMware offers up MacBook Air for Fusion switcher video

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