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Top 10 IT headlines for May 7 -- Sun launches Flash competitor, Cisco still cautious of U.S. economy, AMD accuses Intel of conspiracy

Top 10 IT news headlines for Wednesday, May 7, 2008: WiMAX gets major cash infusion, Sun releases competitor to Flash and Silverlight, Cisco releases solid earnings but still wary of U.S. economy, AMD charges Intel with conspiracy, AT&T rumored to be gearing up for 3G iPhone, and much more.

Top 10 IT headlines

  1. The new Clearwire: Mobile WiMAX in the U.S. gets major cash infusion (TechRepublic)
  2. JavaOne: Sun rolls out JavaFX (CNET)
  3. Cisco third quarter 'steady' (ZDNet)
  4. Cisco still cautious about U.S. economy(CNET)
  5. AMD says Intel paid PC makers to boycott rival (TechWeb)
  6. Apple and AT&T to launch iPhone 3G a lot sooner than we think? (The Boy Genius Report)
  7. Microsoft resumes XP, Vista updates (CNET)
  8. Microsoft is winning the NAC war, expert says (Network World)
  9. HTC Diamond takes Windows Mobile to the next level (ZDNet)
  10. Is Enterprise Software Recession-Proof? (CNET)

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jasonhiner
jasonhiner

Original post: http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/hiner/?p=689 Technically, Sun's JavaFX is more of a competitor to Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe AIR, but it seems like there are already too many technologies at work for Web animations. There needs to be a single standard, even if some of the companies have some slightly different implementations. Do you agree?

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