Top IT news headlines for Tuesday, May 13, 2008: Microsoft tries to break free from the PC, FBI warns of counterfeit Cisco routers from China, Microsoft is adding 10,000 servers a month to its data centers, Sprint's customer losses continue, and much more.
Top 10 IT headlines
- Microsoft desperately trying to break free of the PC (TechRepublic)
- FBI: Counterfeit Cisco routers risk "IT subversion" (ZDNet
- Microsoft adding 10,000 new data center servers a month (ZDNet)
- Sprint Nextel continues to bleed customers (CNET)
- Technology helps woman find laptop thief (TechRepublic)
- Green-tech news harvest: McCain on climate, biofuels scorecard (CNET)
- Is Cisco vulnerable to open source? (ZDNet)
- FBI investigation nets $3.5 million worth of fake network equipment (TechRepublic)
- Microsoft's plan to block Linux on laptops (ZDNet)
- Legal troubles could threaten Sprint/Clearwire deal (CNET)
Also newsworthy ...
- Cisco makes TelePresence personal (CNET)
- Ellison: On-demand software growing slowly (CNET)
- Video: Change the Windows XP product key (TechRepublic)
- Google releases Reader BETA for iPhone (ZDNet)
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