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Tech industry boasts biggest job growth since bust Though still down 12 percent of its work force since 2000, the high-tech industry has made great strides in the past two years, finds a recent report. [eWEEK]
AMD tries to woo back channel Radical plans afoot after Q1 ‘arse kicking.’ [TheReg]
Red Hat acquires MetaMatrix to boost SOA story Red Hat has announced that it is to acquire the assets of enterprise information integration vendor MetaMatrix as part of its new middleware strategy, which also includes new JBoss community and enterprise offerings. [Computer Business Review]
Sapphire 2007: SAP, Microsoft make nice with Duet SAP and Microsoft announced a Duet roadmap taking the product through the next few years.
Sun has profit in 3rd quarter; shares fall on income concern Shares dropped on concerns that that lower-than-expected revenue signaled a slowdown in its core server business. [NYT]
SEC brings charges on two former Apple execs SEC closes in on two former Apple executives. [DailyTech]
HP unveils new data warehouse, BI services The new storage and business intelligence system, designed for Global 2000 companies, features high-performance analytics and high-capacity storage. [eWEEK]
Reminder from Vista Team: Vista set to expire May 31 On 31 May 2007, all Customer Preview Program (CPP) pre-release versions of Windows Vista will expire. If you are running a pre-release version of Windows Vista (Beta 2, RC1 or RC2), you will begin to receive warning notifications about the upcoming expiration on 18 May. [Digg]
Privacy activists attempt block of Google’s purchase of DoubleClick Too much power. [TheReg]