The top IT news for April 25, 2008 features Microsoft's mixed bag of an earnings report, new iMacs could be coming next week, 3G BlackBerry might be delayed, Cisco co-founder wants to revolutionize fiber optic networks, Interop gears up for biz tech extravaganza in Las Vegas, and much more.
Top five headlines
- Microsoft’s quarter, outlook mixed; Client revenue misses; Xbox shines
- New iMacs arriving next week?
- 3G BlackBerry delayed until August?
- Cisco's co-founder wants to simplify fiber optic networks
- Interop Preview: Tech Industry Gets Ready To Rumble
More from TechRepublic
- Ballmer hints that Microsoft could keep selling Windows XP
- Microsoft Hyper-V will feature enhancements to I/O
- Live Mesh aims to change the way that Microsoft approaches computing
- TechRepublic Out Loud - April 25, 2008
- 10 ways to sell corporate on Linux
- Improving Windows XP performance, Part III
- Learn to configure Cisco IOS NAT on a stick
- An emerging career no one knows about
- Will the Internet will hit full capacity by 2010?
- Examine group behavior to identify causes of nonperformance in your IT department
- April 2000: TechRepublic editors put the *almost* in AlmostEverest
More from ZDNet
- Steve Jobs back in the hot seat over options
- XP SP3 - Downloaded and installed | XP SP3 - Installation gallery
- XP SP3 performance gains - Nothing to write home about
- How would Microsoft Live Mesh mesh with Yahoo's Y! OS?
- Google Finance gets update, and people hate it
- Ubuntu’s corporate-ready 8.04 is released but is three a crowd in Linux market?
- Will Mesh take the Web from open source?
- Does Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer need an intervention?
- VMware updates Fusion
- Amazon Web Services: Reading the financial tea leaves
- Half a terabyte for hi-def at home, from Iomega
More from CNET
- Dell: You want XP, we got it, even after the deadline
- Ballmer: You want XP, we'll keep XP
- Increased piracy hurt Microsoft's quarter
- Microsoft earnings hit the mark
- Microsoft maintains tough line on Yahoo
- Version 1.0 of Yahoo's new platform due later this year
- Google's CIO hire: Match made in nerd heaven?
- The Web 2.0 economy hangs in limbo
- Time to get over the Web 2.0 inferiority complex
- Can renewable energy make a dent in fossil fuels?
- Buzz Out Loud 710: Operation MAHEM
More from around the Web
- 3G iPhone Due on June 9, Analysts Say
- Cell Phone Sales See Hike in Q1
- Vendors Tackle Wi-Fi Troubles At Interop Las Vegas
- Interop: Vendors Target Network Video Traffic
- Report: AT&T Mobility to sell $100 femtocells
- Marc Andreessen: Bill Gates Ain't So Bad
- Reuters: Juniper tops estimates
- VMware Fusion 1.1.2 Launches: Enhanced MacBook Air, Time Machine Support
- Qwest finally jumps on the fiber bandwagon with 20Mbps DSL
- A Radio Interview with Google's Marissa Mayer
- The Open Source Model Is About Organization, Not Who Signs Your Paycheck
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