Top IT headlines for Monday, May 19, 2008: IT spending is holding strong in 2008, Microsoft and Yahoo are back at the table, 3Com switches named the most energy-efficient, BlackBerry Thunder has iPhone in the crosshairs, 10 ways your computer may be breaking the law, and more.
Top 10 IT headlines
- IT spending steady and strong for 2008, survey says (Network World)
- Microsoft and Yahoo: A new deal in the works? (ZDNet)
- 3Com tops list of green network switches in energy efficiency (TechRepublic)
- Yet another 'iPhone killer': Blackberry's Thunder (ZDNet)
- 10 ways you might be breaking the law with your computer (TechRepublic)
- Alltel joins LTE bandwagon (CNET)
- Firefox 3 RC1 now available for testing (TechRepublic)
- iPhone's international rollout continues; 10 million units not a stretch (ZDNet)
- Attacks involving targeted Trojans going up (TechRepublic)
- XP meets XO: Will Linux get an equal shot? (ZDNet)
Also newsworthy ...
- Deciphering the term 'Fixed Mobile Convergence' (TechRepublic)
- Wafer-thin: Samsung's OLED laptop prototype (CNET)
- Photo of rumored Palm Treo 800w appears (ZDNet)
- TechRepublic Out Loud - May 16, 2008 (TechRepublic)
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