News to know: Google antitrust; Bin Laden; Yelp Mafia; HP pay

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

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

Garett Rogers: Will Google be targeted by new Attorney General for Antitrust?

Sam Diaz: Where's Bin Laden? New theory, Google Earth offer clues

Jason D. O'Grady: The Yelp Mafia

Larry Dignan: HP cuts base pay for execs and employees; Will tweak benefits to cut costs

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Open letter to Microsoft - Can we have a Windows 7 beta 2 please?

Jennifer Leggio: Research report: Is 'social PR' for real? Which agencies get it?

Larry Dignan: The Web video showdown: Content providers, cable companies and the users stuck in the middle

Heather Clancy: Green tech calculators you can count on, literally

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Is Mozilla after Apple's halo?

Harry Fuller: U.S. may join the carbon regulating countries

John Carroll: The message from GSMA Barcelona: fragmentation

Jason D. O'Grady: On Apple monitor pricing

Sam Diaz: Yahoo 2.0: Richer ads and a tiny piece of Google's audience

Dana Blankenhorn: Will health IT be Obama version of the Iraq War

Joe McKendrick: Analyst: clouds are 'fat dumb happy pipes'

Oliver Marks: Cloud Bursts as CogHead Calls It Quits

Matthew Miller: UPDATE #2: CRM on the Mac is like Oranges to uh, Apple

Sean Portnoy: Western Digital updates My Book World Edition with “green” drives, continuous backup function

Richard Koman: Pirate Bay's I-dunno defense

Dancho Danchev: New Symbian-based mobile worm circulating in the wildx

Jason D. O'Grady: Ripping off iPhone apps (updated)

Dana Blankenhorn: Genentech playing poker with Alzheimer's?

Andrew Nusca: Reader poll: Best free lightweight apps?

Dana Gardner: Cloud computing aligns with enterprise architecture to make each more useful, say experts

Dana Blankenhorn: How much mobile Internet market will open source get?

Michael Krigsman: Follow-up: Duration reporting in California's IT strategic plan

Zack Whittaker: It's not so easy being e-green

Matthew Miller: Nintendo DSi may be available in the U.S. for $169.99 on April 5th

Dana Blankenhorn: Ariba sees goodwill in AribaWeb open source release

Mary Jo Foley: Vista Capable suit no longer a class action

Andrew Nusca: Gateway debuts HD widescreen notebook for $649

Matthew Miller: MWC 09: Documents To Go and RoadSync demoed on T-Mobile G1

Larry Dignan: Sprint: Customer defections continue; Can Palm's Pre reverse the slide?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Planning on buying a high-end graphics card soon? DON'T!

Dan Kusnetzky: Trigence Virtual Application Appliances - point, click, you're done


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