Top 10 IT headlines for Thursday, May 29, 2008: Microsoft's changing business model starts to emerge at D6, Google wants to extend the browser, Ozzie sees open source as more disruptive than Google, Wi-Fi bridge claims five-mile range, and more.
Top 10 IT headlines
- D6: Snippets of Microsoft's morphing business model emerge (ZDNet)
- Google's mission: Extend the browser (ZDNet)
- Ray Ozzie: Open source a more disruptive competitor than Google (ZDNet)
- Wi-Fi bridge claims a range of 5 miles (ZDNet)
- Schmidt: Google's social ad strategy is "trial and error" (ZDNet)
- Via launches Nano processor for mainstream PCs (CNET)
- Windows 7: Now a late 2009 deliverable (again) (ZDNet)
- Research: 25 percent of web projects fail (ZDNet)
- Mozilla aims for nonexistent download record with Firefox 3 (ZDNet)
- Are universities turning to open source for IT management? (TechRepublic)
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- Video: Five things you should know about ITIL (TechRepublic)
- Free Sysinternals Windows utilities now available online, 24/7 (ZDNet)
- Is PhoneFactor really better security? (TechRepublic)
- NASA employee punished for political blogging (ZDNet)
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