Top 10 IT news headlines for Wednesday, May 7, 2008: WiMAX gets major cash infusion, Sun releases competitor to Flash and Silverlight, Cisco releases solid earnings but still wary of U.S. economy, AMD charges Intel with conspiracy, AT&T rumored to be gearing up for 3G iPhone, and much more.
Top 10 IT headlines
- The new Clearwire: Mobile WiMAX in the U.S. gets major cash infusion (TechRepublic)
- JavaOne: Sun rolls out JavaFX (CNET)
- Cisco third quarter 'steady' (ZDNet)
- Cisco still cautious about U.S. economy(CNET)
- AMD says Intel paid PC makers to boycott rival (TechWeb)
- Apple and AT&T to launch iPhone 3G a lot sooner than we think? (The Boy Genius Report)
- Microsoft resumes XP, Vista updates (CNET)
- Microsoft is winning the NAC war, expert says (Network World)
- HTC Diamond takes Windows Mobile to the next level (ZDNet)
- Is Enterprise Software Recession-Proof? (CNET)
Also newsworthy ...
- Windows XP Service Pack 3 is available now (TechRepublic)
- RIM’s Balsillie: 'Not religious' about form factors; B2B the company’s core (ZDNet)
- Another Mac clone maker spotted on eBay (CNET)
- Google puts open-source project back up (Computerworld)
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