Thursday’s FSJ News Wrap

We read the blogs, so you don’t have to. From the FSJ News Center: Google releases zippy new Chrome beta, and an account privacy manager called Dashboard.  Layoffs get Real.  Windows 7 sales outpace Vista. His Honor says hello to Beatles MP3 seller.
The new Chrome beta is really fast. (Yeah, gotta run Windows.) (PC World)

Mozilla plans Firefox UI update that sounds a bit like that Google browser.  (Computerworld)

The artist behind Windows 7.  (Gizmodo)

Apple wants a new sheriff in town to handle iPhone security.  (Apple Insider)

As Facebook ages, Gen Y turns to Twitter.  As if.  (Read Write Web)

Manage all your Google stuff better with their new Dashboard. (TechCrunch)

Layoffs hit RealNetworks.  (CNET News)

Facebook developer discovers security flaw in Facebook and MySpace.   (TechCrunch)

Windows 7 proving to be more popular than Vista. (How can that be?)  (CNET News)

If a house could have as cool a design as an iMac, it would look like this.  (Gizmodo)

Remember the Beatles MP3 seller?  Bad day for them.  (And what exactly is “psycho-acoustic simulation?”  The judge didn’t know, either.)  (Ars Technica)