News to know for April 18, 2008, features stories about: PayPal browsers, Flock, Google's strong earnings, NetSuite's OneWorld suite, and much more.
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Paul Mah: PayPal to get selective about browsersJason Hiner: Flock — Is there room for a Swiss Army Knife in the Web browser market? Bill Detwiler: Welcome to TechRepublic's IT Dojo Next up at Westminster College: "Ubiquitous Computing" Beth Blakely: TechRepublic Out Loud - April 18, 2008
ZDNetLarry Dignan: Google delivers; Maybe paid clicks weren't such a big deal Ed Bott: Is Hyper-V ready for the Windows desktop? Larry Dignan: AMD posts loss; sees seasonally down quarter ahead Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Is it Microsoft or Ubuntu that scared Red Hat away from the desktop? Nathan McFeters: PCI Compliance gets clarified and neutered (further) Larry Dignan: NetSuite rolls out OneWorld suite; Eyes ERP in the cloud Phil Wainewright: Amazon Web Services gets serious about enterprise
Dion Hinchcliffe: Web 2.0 success stories driving WOA and informing SOAHeather Clancy: Hitachi tests its own green IT theories with new data center project
Dana Blankenhorn: Open source tries again with health carePaula Rooney: OOXML appeal possible, but looks unlikely John Morris: First reviews of the Asus Eee PC 900 Larry Dignan: Google-Yahoo search test an alleged hit; Squeezes Microsoft Andrew Nusca: Is Nikon preparing a 24-megapixel D3 replacement?