News to know: Adobe; Google; Dreamliner 787; Microsoft Office

Adobe, Microsoft Office, Google and Boeing's first Dreamliner flight leads today's headlines.

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily. For continuous updates see BNET’s around-the-Web tech coverage:

Ryan Naraine: Adobe confirms PDF zero-day attacks. Disable JavaScript now

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's Office team takes a page from the Windows play book

Andrew Nusca: Google Books search settlement: monopoly or public service?

Sam Diaz: Google talks display ad strategies, offerings

The Dreamliner's first flight:

Jennifer Leggio: Fifteen significant social media & security events of 2009

Oliver Marks: Increasing Business Intelligence Options for '10

Jason Perlow: The Best (and worst) of Tech Broiler 2009

Chris Jablonski: MIT updates bicycling with Copenhagen Wheel

Silicon Alley Insider: Bing Crushes Yahoo Again In November

Larry Dignan: Adobe caps rough fiscal year; Sees demand improve

Heather Clancy: Out with the old, in with the new. Storage that is.

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows 7 breaks 6% in global usage share

Dancho Danchev: Report: Google's reCAPTCHA flawed

Sam Diaz: WSJ: EU likes Oracle's MySQL statement; poised to approve deal

Matthew Miller: Top posts, devices, and smartphone awards for 2009

Geotagging photos the Google way (images right)

Yahoo's Bartz: Tiger's scandal "better than Michael Jackson dying"

Sean Portnoy: JVC introduces two new soundbar home theater systems, including one with super-thin amp

Nine ways IT can help organizations 'go green' and reduce paper consumption

Comcast renames TV Everywhere, launches nationally

Foley: Microsoft pulls beta of Chinese microblogging service; blames third-party developer

Forrester: IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 is "Click to conference"

Jason O'Grady: 64GB NAND flash modules could make HDD iPods extinct

Tom Foremski: Is being shy a new type of digital divide?

Giga Om: The Problem With Android Market's Growth

Michael Krigsman: Why projects fail: Obstacles and solutions

Kingsley-Hughes: Games consoles aren't dying, but they sure could do with a refresh

Best Buy delivers solid quarter as home office, electronics sales rise

LA Times: Stock-options charges dismissed against Broadcom's Henry Nicholas and William Ruehle

Nusca: Buy 200GB of Google cloud storage, get free Eye-Fi memory card

Doug Hanchard: Days to go before Christmas and you're running out of ideas for gifts

Communitizing the community with community tools

Is open source a train anyone can stop?

HP iPaq Glisten (photos)

Dana Blankenhorn: Health reform two-step still possible

BusyBox violation suits under the Chanukah bush

Rachel King: Nintendo sending pink, blue Wiimotes to America next year

158-lens camera breaks Guinness world record

Australia mulls mandatory ISP filtering

TechCrunch: JS-Kit Finally Ditches Its Name, Rebrands As Echo With Some Big Partners In Tow

PC World: Smartphone Sales Increase Disappoints, Says Gartner

Zack Whittaker: Google's ominous homepage New Year's countdown

Digital Britain government report: Six months on

Hard Mac.com: Details concerning the Xeon processors with 6 cores

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