News to know for April 4 includes an update on the life span of Windows XP, new Sprint CEO's plans for WiMAX, critical patches for Vista and Windows 2008, more layoffs at Dell, photos of new phones from CTIA Wireless 2008, and much more.
"News to know" is a joint venture between TechRepublic and ZDNet. The original post publishes every morning on business days in Between the Lines.
Notable headlines:Tricia Liebert: Windows XP lives on! Sort of Jason Hiner: Sprint CEO stays the course on WiMAX, but launch won't happen in April Paul Mah: Microsoft asked to pay 175 million in taxes in India Larry Dignan and Dan Farber: EIC podcast: SAP, Intel, Dell, XP and Google Larry Dignan: Microsoft readies Vista, Windows Server 2008 critical patches
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