Top IT headlines for Tuesday, May 20, 2008: Developers are dragging their feet in building software for Windows Vista, more municipal Wi-Fi networks are folding, Microsoft predicts that it will host half of Exchange inboxes within five years, Apple is dominating the over-$1,000-computer market, and more.
Top 10 IT headlines
- Developers slow to build on Windows Vista (TechRepublic)
- Nine more municipal Wi-Fi networks slated for closing (TechWeb)
- Microsoft: Half of Exchange inboxes to be Microsoft-hosted in five years (ZDNet)
- Apple cleaning up in $1,000-plus retail market (CNET)
- SMS on the rise in the US, but mobile IM is expected to be the next killer app (CNET)
- A peek into the Google search factory (The Official Google Blog)
- Google execs stew over Microsoft response (CNET)
- Windows 7: The information lockdown continues (ZDNet)
- Intel Itanium to go quad-core in early 2009 (CNET)
- Google Health launches; Read the terms of service (ZDNet)
Also newsworthy ...
- Windows Vista not popular in big corporations, Symantec says (TechWeb)
- What Google, Yahoo, Microsoft look for when buying a start-up (CNET)
- Cable hedges its wireless bets (CNET)
- Would giving up some privacy help you (and your network)? (TechRepublic)
- Look out, Apple TV: The $100 Netflix Player has arrived (CNET)
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