News to know: Google-EU; China; Microsoft; Intel; HP; Yahoo-Twitter

Today's top headlines includea an EU investigation of Google and China's response to Google's claims of a cyber attack.

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:

Larry Dignan: Google: EU opens investigation with Microsoft prodding

Sam Diaz: China calls Google's claims of a cyber attack "groundless"

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Microsoft puts an end to Amazon's "free" Linux usage

Dana Blankenhorn: Microsoft patent peace for our time

Tom Foremski: Intel was attacked at the same time as Google but it denies connection

Sam Diaz: Yahoo and Twitter partner to mesh the content from both worlds

Larry Dignan: HP has another round of layoffs underway

Sam Diaz: Tim Cook: Apple is a mobile device company with its DNA in consumer

Matthew Miller: Is Google Earth for Android more than just eye candy?

Andrew Mager: Opera's Molly Holzschlag on HTML5 and the future of web apps

Heather Clancy: Call it the corporate version of the American recovery act: Intel spearheads $3.5B cleantech investment initiative

Rachel King: Nokia, Symbian still lead smartphone market, Gartner says

Larry DIgnan: Toyota recalls: Is there a patch day for your car in the future?

Andrew Nusca: Review: With killer looks, Motorola Devour aims to please the prosumer

Tom Foremski: Microsoft and Google step up their anti-trust battles

Mary Jo Foley: Live Mesh: It's alive!

Andrew Nusca: Now you can follow ZDNet on Google Buzz

Matthew Miller: Slacker for Android 2.0 brings offline station caching

Doug Hanchard: Report: Merion School Board was proactively spying on students

Ryan Naraine: Adobe plugs critical hole in Download Manager

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: NVIDIA continues to rebrand 2xx-series up to 3xx-series

Andrew Mager: Five metrics your company better be tracking

Matthew Miller: Mobile application store data shows interesting results

Rachel King: Samsung Navibot vacuum will clean up European homes this spring

Jason D. O'Grady: How Apple became your parents (updated)

Matthew Miller: SugarSync adds support for upload by email

Larry Dignan: HP launches Singapore research hub, eyes sustainable data centers

Andrew Mager: Quotes from Gary Vaynerchuk's Keynote at FOWA 2010

Andrew Nusca: Toshiba unveils Portege M780 tablet, multitouch Satellite Pro U500, T110

Dancho Danchev: 10 things you didn't know about the Koobface gang

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Activision's Guitar Hero 'Patent Pending' ... perhaps not

Dana Gardner: Complex systems engineering helps scale SOA the right way

Andrew Mager: How to take your startup to the next level, with Aaron Patzer of Mint.com

Reducing the high cost of low-value applications

Jason Perlow: Adobe, Stop Being a Wussy

Joe McKendrick: Where REST may not always be a good fit

The growing need for a flexible governance and risk management framework

Uncovering hidden mobile costs

Dana Gardner: Survey: IT executives experimenting with mostly 'private' cloud architectures

Mary Jo Foley: Windows Phone 7: What's behind chassis doors 1, 2 and 3?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: AMD ATI Radeon HD 5830 details leaked

Dana Blankenhorn: HIMSS exhibitor bids to buy another

Rachel King: BCC introduces Alex laptop with $15 monthly fee

GE, Jason Wu team up for simple, but stylish line of pocket cameras

Rachel King: Moblic E7 MID spotted at MWC 2010; comes with WiMAX, gaming controls

Sam Diaz: Note to FCC: To drive broadband adoption, change the way it's marketed

Larry Dignan: Survey says: Apple's Mac fleet gaining traction in enterprise

Rachel King: MSi announces all-in-one Wind Top desktop PCs with HD 3D displays

Andrew Nusca: In a bid for SMBs, Lenovo unveils TS200v server

Heather Clancy: UN predicts from bad to worse on e-waste problem

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: NVIDIA gives Fermi GF100 GPUs an official launch date

Heather Clancy: IBM, Ricoh team on print manager that tracks costs AND carbon

Rachel King: Lenovo debuts ThinkPad X201 and W701 series laptops with Core i5, i7

Dan Kusnetzky: Revisiting "Cloud Computing": What is it exactly?

Dennis Howlett: Unit 4 sees return to growth

Larry Dignan: Dell Latitude Z meets Lotus Symphony: What happens when you bring your IT to work?

Rachel King: ViewSonic unveils 13.3" VNB131 ViewBook Pro with unusual battery option

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