Top 10 IT headlines for Friday, May 30, 2008: Dell delivers and looks for a turnaround, Google bets its future on three things, Xerox thinks the future of printers could be gel inks, Google gets crazy on plug-ins, Twitter clears Ruby on Rails, and more.
Top 10 IT headlines
- Dell delivers: Is a turnaround in sight? (ZDNet)
- Google bets future on improving Client, Connectivity, and Cloud (ZDNet)
- Xerox: Gel ink will be the future for printers (ZDNet)
- Google's plugin craze (ZDNet)
- Is Microsoft putting the OS ahead of the technology with Windows 7? (TechRepublic)
- Twitter clears Ruby on Rails on scaling wrongdoing (ZDNet)
- Competition returns to the Linux market: Novell's Linux business up 31 percent (CNET)
- 10 ways to secure your Linux desktop (TechRepublic)
- Dell sees IT spending slow through summer 2008 (eWEEK)
- Eight resume tips for the experienced IT pro (TechRepublic)
Also newsworthy ...
- Most annoying programs on the Internet (ZDNet)
- Google spotlights data-center inner workings (CNET)
- Why Apple will blow past its 10 million iPhone target (ZDNet)
- Google Android: Nice eye candy (ZDNet)
- Google's Android: How Will it Compare to iPhone? (ReadWriteWeb)
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