Top IT headlines for Wednesday, May 28, 2008: Microsoft has a "don't blame Windows" tool, Google will open its app engine to customers, Apple looks at solar power for mobile devices, Gates will dedicate 20 percent of his time to Microsoft in retirement, and more.
Top 10 IT headlines
- Microsoft readies new 'don't blame Windows' tool (ZDNet)
- Google opens app engine to all, details pricing (Computerworld)
- Apple reportedly looking at solar power for mobile devices (TechWeb)
- Gates to spend 20 percent of his time on Microsoft projects in retirement (CNET)
- Firefox 3 RC2 on tap, final ship in mid June (ZDNet)
- Cisco confirms possibility of IOS rootkits (ZDNet)
- Microsoft exec predicts big growth for Windows Mobile (CNET)
- Podcast: Which cell phones give off the most radiation? (CNET)
- Google's obfuscation on privacy (ZDNet)
- Windows XP to fall off retail and OEM lists in 5 weeks (TechRepublic)
Also newsworthy ...
- Viacom v Google: Threat to the Net — or just Google? (ZDNet)
- Bridging the chasm: How to prevent your IT organization from becoming a commodity (TechRepublic)
- Penetration testing: Hacking the FBI (TechRepublic)
- Can a 256GB SSD save the MacBook Air? (ZDNet)
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