News to know: Bailout bust and tech fallout; Cloud computing; Netgear; Apple

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:AP: Stunning Defeat for Bailout Plan Torpedoes Stocks; Dow Sinks Over 750.

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:

AP: Stunning Defeat for Bailout Plan Torpedoes Stocks; Dow Sinks Over 750. White House, lawmakers plan new bailout deal

Steve O'Hear: UK secret service recruiting on Facebook

Michael Krigsman: World's worst IT failure report

Deb Perelman: Wired workers never catch a break

Sean Portnoy: Netgear unveils new energy-efficient Draft N routers

The Guardian: Cloud computing is a trap, warns GNU founder Richard Stallman Nick Carr: Shooting at clouds

Heather Clancy: New motivation for couch potatoes. Take a walk, charge your mobile phone.

Review: Seagate FreeAgent Go (blue, 320GB)

Jason O'Grady: Would you buy an all-screen notebook computer?

TechRepublic: The top four mistakes organizations make when building datacenters

Brad Burnham: Why The Flow Of Innovation Has Reversed

Joe Brockmeier: Linux Foundation launches new conference

Paul Murphy: Thinking about Oracle Fusion applications

Mary Jo Foley: Final Silverlight 2.0 for Windows and Mac now looking like October

Bits: I.B.M. Puts iPhone in the Lotus PositionFright Fight: Washington Attorney General leading battle against scareware with Microsoft

Robin Harris: Blu-ray ix-nay?

Matthew Miller: A walk down memory lane and over 80 mobile devices

Video: Inner-city Wi-Fi rollout

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Will notebooks ever replace the desktop PC?

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Watch Out: Digital TV Transition Starts ... Now

News.com: Analysts: Google Maps wins, rivals ‘stagnate’

Jason Perlow: Should our President be computer literate?

Paul Miller: Semantic Technology's place in the enterprise; key, but low-key ?

Business Week: The 25 Most Influential People on the Web

Christopher Dawson: 1 million Classmates headed to Venezuela

Dennis Howlett: Ballmer needn't fear the Mac...just yet

Roland Piquepaille: New nanotechnology to speed up computers

Dana Blankenhorn: Microsoft JQuery adoption is an open source tipping point

Richard Koman: BT launches trial of Phorm's deep-packet inspection

Dan Kusnetzky: Why yes, I can do longitudinal data analysis

Photos: The Ford Model T turns 100

Andrew Nusca: New Nero software turns PC into TiVo TV recorder

Hole in Adobe software allows free movie downloads

Dana Gardner: Oracle and HP explain history, role and future for new Exadata Server and Database Machine

Dan Kusnetzky: Appistry targets cloud computing

Report: Nintendo will add camera, music to DS

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