Top IT news stories for April 24, 2008: FBI wants to do widespread monitoring of the Internet, Apple releases strong earnings report, Vista SP1 starts delivering automatically, U.S. Department of Justice looks into the Google/Yahoo ad test, Steve Ballmer says Microsoft won't raise its bid for Yahoo, and much more.
Top five headlines
- FBI eyes widespread monitoring of Net
- Apple blows through estimates; Ships 2.29 million Macs; Outlook light by design?
- Microsoft begins automatic distribution of Vista SP1 today
- Report: Yahoo, Google talk with DOJ on ad test
- Ballmer: We don’t need Yahoo and we aren’t raising our bid
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More from ZDNet
- Windows updates galore: The latest on SPs, FPs and UEs
- Amazon earnings solid; Ups sales range
- VMware targets long-term deals; pursues lock-in strategy
- Live Mesh: Microsoft hews to open standards rule
- Meshing the desktop into the cloud
- IBM launches iDataPlex server; Eyes Web 2.0 customers
- Photos: IBM iDataPlex keeps cool without AC
- Google now offering mobile banner ads
- SOA makes even the US Marines nervous
- Is Apple going back to the PowerPC?
- Why I won’t be buying a “Hackint0sh” system
- Good Microsoft, Bad Microsoft
- Photos: Fujitsu adds all-in-one PC, secure hard drive
- AMD releases new triple-core Phenoms
- Recent CNN Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack explained
- How big can Ubuntu get?
- 3Tera proposes 'cloudware' architecture
- Twitter’s to-do list: Become obsessive about uptime
More from CNET
- Possible candidates surface for Microsoft opposition slate
- Republicans push for phone company immunity
- Circling the Web 2.0 Expo floor
- Anticipating what's on tap at Interop
- FBI grilled again over computer upgrade woes
- Investor: Consumer Web best bet for high returns
- Time runs out on Microsoft's SPOT watches
- The Webware 100
- Buzz Out Loud 709: We're gonna need a bigger cloud
More from around the Web
- Justice Dept looking at Google/Yahoo test
- Bill Gates Claims Open Source Means Nobody Can Improve Software
- Full Text of Ray Ozzie Mesh Memo
- So You’re Launching a Platform: After Ubiquitous APIs - What’s the Next Frontier?
- Comcast Is Serious About Wireless
- The I Hate Facebook Club Is Growing
- Google's Ginormous Free Food Budget: $7,530 Per Googler, $72 Million A Year
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