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Top IT news for April 28: Dell will still load XP, Microsoft ponders Yahoo alternatives, White House BlackBerrys stolen

Top IT news stories for April 28, 2008: Dell will sell Windows XP on new PCs even after Microsoft official stops on June 30, Microsoft starts thinking of a future without Yahoo, BlackBerrys stolen from the White House, Interop trade show expected to have strong attendance, AMD launches business desktop machines.

Top five headlines

  1. Dell will install Windows XP for you after June 30 deadline
  2. Microsoft: Pondering the alternatives to Yahoo
  3. Mexican official accused of lifting White House BlackBerrys
  4. Interop expected to show networking technology is still hot
  5. Dell, HP launch AMD business desktops

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