News to know for April 10, 2008 features stories about: the latest twists and turns in the Microsoft/Yahoo deal, open source commandments, CTIA Wireless 2008's efforts to go green, Windows 7 release date predictions, HP's USB sticks with malware, 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: Andy Moon: Yahoo is trying to fend off the Microsoft deal as more players enter the picture Paul Mah: HP becomes next vendor to ship malware-infected media Bill Detwiler: CTIA Wireless 2008 goes almost green Michael Kassner: 10 Wi-Fi security tips for road warriors Larry Dignan: Yahoo goes nuclear vs. Microsoft: Inks limited Google ad deal; Microsoft fires back
- Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft-Yahoo-Google: The vicious antitrust circle
- Yahoo's strategy: Torpedo the Microsoft deal or up the offer?
- Garett Rogers: Google gets business from Yahoo and heat from Microsoft
- New York Times: News Corp. May Join Yahoo Bid With Microsoft
- Gartner: Windows collapsing under its own weight; Radical change needed
- Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows 7 chatter having a significant negative effect on Vista
- Microsoft's Mundie: New programming models needed
- Foley: Microsoft delivers first commercial version of healthcare-info system
- Microsoft 2.0: Pre-order and save five percent more
- Why business users should grab a copy of Microsoft's new robotics toolkit
- Red Dog: Yet another unannounced Microsoft cloud service
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