Top IT headlines for Thursday, May 22, 2008: Microsoft opens the door to rival Office formats, AT&T finishing deployment of faster 3G network, FCC might regulate lower cellular termination fees, Bill Gates says Microsoft is betting big on e-commerce search, and more.
Top 10 IT headlines
- Microsoft boosts support for rival formats in Office (CNET)
- AT&T to finish deploying faster 3G network in June (TechWeb)
- FCC may limit early termination fees (CNET)
- Gates: Microsoft betting on e-commerce search (CNET)
- Does open source mandate change in copyright law? (ZDNet)
- Nokia looks beyond Symbian to Linux (CNET)
- Sprint's 'unlimited' EVDO service to be capped at 5GB a month (PC World)
- iCal vulnerabilities put Mac OS X users at risk (ZDNet)
- IT managers: Prepare for the millennials! (TechRepublic)
- Could an OEM like Dell every be as cool and as stylish as Apple? (ZDNet)
Also newsworthy ...
- Photos: Meet the OLPC's $75 laptop (CNET)
- Morphing a 1983 Motorola DynaTAC into an iPhone (TechRepublic)
- Time Warner breaks off cable division (CNET)
- EIC podcast: Microhoo; OLPC and Twitter (ZDNet)
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