Top 10 IT headlines for Friday, May 16, 2008: Intel-AMD duopoly could be coming to an end, OLPC is testing the use of Windows XP, Yahoo responds to Icahn, Cisco exec departure is another indication of a changing company, and much more.
Top 10 IT headlines
- End of Intel, AMD duopoly near? Via readies Isaiah chip (CNET)
- Windows XP comes to the OLPC (TechRepublic)
- Yahoo to Icahn: You misunderstand (ZDNet)
- Cisco departure latest sign of transformation (Network World)
- Aliph releases new Jawbone that is 50% smaller than the original (ZDNet)
- Study shows software piracy declining in many countries (Computerworld)
- Microsoft wants those SMB dollars (TechRepublic)
- What will a classroom look like in 10 years? (ZDNet)
- Facebook: Google Friend Connect violates our privacy standards (ZDNet)
- Put the default Search back in Windows Vista SP1 (TechRepublic)
Also newsworthy ...
- We’ve been acquired: CBS buys CNET Networks (ZDNet)
- Speaking of getting acquired (TechRepublic)
- 10 new blogs after CBS buys TechRepublic (TechRepublic)
- Get the AOL Succubus off my back! (ZDNet)
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