Technology Roundup

  • Microsoft relents: Vista consumer virtualization ban lifted [ars technica]
  • Microsoft to acquire virtual-tech firm (note: coincidence?) [p-i]
  • Getty Images put up for sale, could fetch $1.2 billion [seattle times]
  • Microsoft aims $235.5 million more at global learning program [seattle times]
  • Ecologists, material scientists pursue genetics of diatom’s elegant, etched casing [uwnews]
  • Nintendo Earnings Nearly Double on Wii [ny times]
  • Camera in a pill offers cheaper, easier window on your insides [uwnews]
  • Microsoft Posts Rise in Profit [ny times]
  • IE8’s super standards mode cuts both ways [ars technica]
  • New York Times on the Kindle [#]

1 Comment so far

  1. dw (unregistered) on January 28th, 2008 @ 11:56 am

    The AT summary of the IE8 rendering controversy is the clearest I’ve read. That was pretty much my last week (between that and the insanity that is the HTML5 working draft).

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