News to know: Apple; Google; Office 2010; 3D monitors

Apple; Google; Office 2010 and 3D monitors headline Monday's headliners.

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

Garett Rogers: How would no iPhone exclusivity affect Android?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Office 2010 system requirements: Changes in disk space, GPU recommendations

    Top-rated reviews of the week (photos)

    John Morris: More laptops and monitors adding stereoscopic 3D

    Andrew Nusca: To heck with Segway: NASA personal flying suit goes 149 mph on 60 HP

    Christopher Dawson: Can Calibre overcome basic e-reader limitations for schools?

    Larry Dignan: Will you buy your Oracle software from Charles Phillips?

    Ryan Naraine: RealPlayer haunted by 11 critical vulnerabilities

    Tor Project suffers hack attack

    Jason Calacanis: Why We Should Boycott ComScore (and *perhaps* why traders should short their stock)

    Andrew Mager: Facebook's Lite isn't just faster; it's the new Facebook design

    Andrew Nusca: 'Mr. Ballmer, would you sign my Mac?'

    Ed Bott: Will switching from Internet Explorer make you safer?

    Rachel King: Windows 7 worldwide market share jumps past Mac OS X, growing faster than Vista

    The White House unveils an iPhone, iPod Touch application

    Zack Whittaker: Searching for the weak link in university network security

    Sean Portnoy: Super Bowl HDTV sales kick off: Fumbles or touchdowns?

    Smart Planet: At UC Davis, intelligent lighting of the future

    CNN: U.S. enables Chinese hacking of Google

    Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Motorola asks regulator to ban Blackberry imports

    Heather Clancy: Nexsan revs green dedupe product line

    Based near Seattle? You could snag yourself a free green IT audit

    WSJ: The Minds Behind the Meltdown

    Joel Evans: The Kindle will finally become more than an ebook reader

    TechRepublic: 10 must-have Android apps

    Images of a 9-year-old IT administrator (photos right)

    Dana Gardner: The Christmas Day bomber, Moore's Law, and IT's biggest challenge

    Dennis Howlett: SAP: Voice of the Customer

    Tom Foremski: Silicon Valley jets for Haiti...

    There's a huge hole in the NYTimes' paywall

    Dana Blankenhorn: Open source can win the Kindle-Apple tablet wars

    AMD: Positive signs emerge, but Intel and Nvidia loom large

    Janice Chen: Panasonic confirms pricing on new Lumix cameras as low as $109.95

    Paul Murphy: Nothing but olive twigs: a solid week of good news!


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