Top 10 IT headlines for Wednesday, July 9, 2008: Microsoft announces hosted Exchange for $3 per user, Apple sold 2.5 million Macs this spring, Microsoft changes in post-Gates era, new mini Linux appliance, and more.
- Microsoft to sell hosted Exchange for $3 per user per month (ZDNet)
- Apple may have shipped 2.5 million Macs in spring thanks to Vista (AppleInsider)
- Microsoft admits Windows Vista mistakes, criticizes Apple ads (InformationWeek)
- Mossberg, Pogue and Baig pass judgment on the iPhone 3G (ZDNet)
- Five ways Microsoft could change after Gates (Silicon.com)
- SaaS gets a new player in the market, but is the cloud ready for prime time? (TechRepublic)
- Intel will be inside DreamWorks' animated flicks (ZDNet)
- Plat'Home launches coffee-cup sized Linux box to monitor servers and applications (CNET)
- Yang denounces Microsoft, Icahn (Wall Street Journal)
- History provides some insight on Microhoo (CNET)
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