The top 10 IT news headlines for May 6, 2008: Yahoo stock plummets, Google puts pressure on Verizon to fulfill its open mandate, IBM reshuffles its executive deck, Sprint could sell off Nextel, and much more.
Top 10 headlines
- Yahoo stock plunges after Microsoft backs off (New York Times)
- Google to Verizon: Don't shirk open access responsibilities (CNET)
- IBM reshuffles its executive deck (CNET)
- Could Sprint ditch Nextel? Makes sense (CNET)
- Apple gets top marks for tech support (TechWeb)
- Dell set to give Inspiron notebooks a Penryn kick (Computerworld)
- Apple’s iPhone lands in 10 countries via Vodafone pact (ZDNet)
- Yahoo-Google tie-up may not be so close (CNET)
- OpenSolaris: What Ubuntu wants to be when it grows up (ZDNet)
- HP Launches 'Extreme' Storage System (TechWeb)
Also newsworthy ...
- Would the addition of Sprint screw up T-Mobile? (ZDNet)
- 25 Who Ditched IT for CleanTech (GigaOM)
- Top 10 network venture deals from Q1 (Network World)
- Something's up' at LinkedIn, per blog reports (CNET)
- Zune: Welcome to the video (CNET)
- Yahoo Chief Open to More Microsoft Talks (eWEEK)
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