Top IT headlines for Friday, May 23, 2008: Larry Page hits Washington to pitch 'Wi-Fi on steroids,' HP beats IBM in server revenue and shipments, Apple's vision for the digital home, how much do you need to know about Windows, and more.
Top 10 IT headlines
- Larry Page talks about Google's vision of "Wi-Fi on steroids" (Google Public Policy Blog)
- Gartner: HP Edges Out IBM in Server Revenue, Shipments (eWEEK)
- Apple's digital home, five years out (CNET)
- Google's search share tops 61 percent; That'll spook Microsoft more (ZDNet)
- How much do you need to know about Windows 7 today? (ZDNet)
- IT researchers: morphing Web sites could bring riches (Network World)
- Twitter comes clean on its technical problems (CNET)
- Eco-labeling, lifecycle management services are linchpin for HP's big new green tech push (ZDNet)
- How an Apple store was transformed into a Best Buy in 10 minutes (ZDNet)
- Time for transition? Vista vs. XP, 32-bit vs. 64-bit (TechRepublic)
Also newsworthy ...
- OLPC spinoff in talks with four laptop makers (CNET)
- 20 tips for getting a promotion (TechRepublic)
- Google Sites opens up to everyone (ZDNet)
- How to wipe data off an iPhone (ZDNet)
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