News to know for April 11, 2008 features stories about: military equipment winding up on Craigslist and eBay, Gartner analysts' prediction that Windows is "collapsing," tips for handling technology failures, the latest on Microhoo, and much more.
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Paul Mah: Gartner analysts think that Windows is 'collapsing'
Larry Dignan: With new support for third party apps, Cisco routers start to look like servers
Tricia Liebert: I found it on Craigslist — an F-14 and night vision goggles
Jason Hiner: Five seismic trends for IT management in 2008
Beth Blakely: TR Out Loud - April 11, 2008
Larry Dignan: Traditional software licensing: Could a customer revolt cook the model?
The week in video:
Matthew Miller: Software that can improve the UI on your Windows Mobile device
QWERTY or T9 text input methods, which do 968 prefer?
: Friday Rant - Here's a perfect example of why DRM sucks
John Morris: Dell is latest to plan a $400 laptop
MGM Mirage's IT green field: RFID meets alcohol; predictive modeling; bandwidth galore
Michael Krigsman: 7 tips for handling technology failures
: Report: Microsoft fastest to issue OS patches, Sun slowest
Valleywag: Did you sign Google's noncompete? Good, you're fired
Joe McKendrick: When software and politics mix, quality suffers
Christopher Dawson: Can mini-notebooks meet teacher needs, too?
Images: IBM's racetrack memory. News.com: IBM's racetrack memory seeks 100x boost in density
John Carroll: What kind of company would "Micro-hoo" be? Larry Dignan: Yahoo investor doubles down: Is that double dumb? Mary Jo Foley: What if News Corp., MSN and Yahoo were a separate company
? Microhoo careens toward closure: Assessing the moving parts
Dealbook: Google C.E.O. Taps Quattrone as Adviser in Yahoo Battle
Dennis Howlett: Google and Salesforce.com: does it make sense?
Fred Wilson: We Need A New Path To Liquidity
Roland Piquepaille: Laser scanning robot 3D-R1 used to map mines
Tom Foremski: If Black is the new search why not branded search?
James Farrar: What is a sustainable business anyway?
Dana Blankenhorn: Whispers will not kill fair use
. Astaro calls plain English the open source vendor value-add
Photos: Orbiter takes closeups of Martian moon Phobos
Richard Koman: Who won CyberStorm II? Cyberwar games test nations' responses
Hugh Macleod: WHY I DELETED MY TWITTER ACCOUNT
Andrew Nusca: Sony, Sanyo, Panasonic battle for compact camcorder crown
Phil Wainewright: Why Symantec bought Appstream (not)
Heather Clancy: The Planet's tips for cutting data center power use
Jason O'Grady: iPhone 2.0 to get contact searching; meeting invites
Steve O'Hear: Flickr user revolt; Why I deleted my twitter account
Christopher Dawson: When all the technology in the world won't help
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