Top 10 IT headlines for May 29: Microsoft's morphing biz model, Google's browser mission, Wi-Fi with five-mile range

Top 10 IT headlines for Thursday, May 29, 2008: Microsoft's changing business model starts to emerge at D6, Google wants to extend the browser, Ozzie sees open source as more disruptive than Google, Wi-Fi bridge claims five-mile range, and more.

Top 10 IT headlines

  1. D6: Snippets of Microsoft's morphing business model emerge (ZDNet)
  2. Google's mission: Extend the browser (ZDNet)
  3. Ray Ozzie: Open source a more disruptive competitor than Google (ZDNet)
  4. Wi-Fi bridge claims a range of 5 miles (ZDNet)
  5. Schmidt: Google's social ad strategy is "trial and error" (ZDNet)
  6. Via launches Nano processor for mainstream PCs (CNET)
  7. Windows 7: Now a late 2009 deliverable (again) (ZDNet)
  8. Research: 25 percent of web projects fail (ZDNet)
  9. Mozilla aims for nonexistent download record with Firefox 3 (ZDNet)
  10. Are universities turning to open source for IT management? (TechRepublic)

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Jason Hiner is Editor in Chief of TechRepublic and Long Form Editor of ZDNet. He writes about the people, products, and ideas changing how we live and work in the 21st century. He's co-author of the book, Follow the Geeks.

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