Top 10 IT headlines for May 14 -- Biz PCs are going nowhere, ignoring Moore's law, can Microsoft win over developers

Top IT headlines for Wednesday, May 14, 2008: Can Microsoft win over the developers to change the paradigm, business PCs are going nowhere, why does IT ignore Moore's law, government focuses on fighting cybercrime, Microsoft raises the price of SBS, and much more.

Top 10 IT headlines

  1. Can Microsoft win over enough developers to change the paradigm? (TechRepublic)
  2. Business PCs are going nowhere fast (ZDNet)
  3. Why are we ignoring Moore's Law? (TechRepublic)
  4. Here comes the government to fight cybercrime! [shudder] (TechRepublic)
  5. Microsoft to raise Windows Small Business Server price 80 percent (ZDNet)
  6. Earthlink finally pulls out of Wireless Philly, but all is not lost (ZDNet)
  7. ReactOS no threat to Windows (ZDNet)
  8. Does Larry Ellison have the best SaaS strategy? (ZDNet)
  9. SOA market passes $2 billion mark, whatever that means (ZDNet)
  10. A new take on 'Web 3.0' ? (ZDNet)

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By Jason Hiner

Jason Hiner is Editorial Director of CNET and former Editor in Chief of TechRepublic. He's co-author of the book, Follow the Geeks.