News to know: Green Silicon Valley, Napping datacenters, Craigslist prostitution, Clearwire

Summary: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.

Harry Fuller: Silicon Valley seeing green

Chris Jablonski: "Napping" data centers could cut energy use by 75%

Sam Diaz: Sheriff: Craigslist is "single largest source of prostitution"

Larry Dignan: Clearwire: The race between Wimax expansion and cash burn is on

Sean Portnoy: Sony debuts Blu-ray player with built-in wireless networking support

Christopher Dawson: More Google goodness for educators

Ryan Naraine: Study: Firefox wins browser time-to-patch race

Ryan Stewart: RIA technologies and the downturn

Garett Rogers: Save money with Google Tips

Tom Foremski: Failure in Silicon Valley and the guild of entrepreneurs

Harry Fuller: Hybrids not selling either

Heather Clancy: Gore backs effort to give enviro orgs and advocates Internet domain type

Sam Diaz: RNC: Shortage of tech workers to build platforms, apps

Jason Perlow: Microsoft: Litigate on FAT, and you'll be the next Unisys

Heather Clancy: Report: Yes, some businesses still throw e-waste in the dumpster

Ryan Naraine: Coming on Patch Tuesday: 3 Windows bulletins, 1 critical

Andrew Nusca: Amazon takes shot at GameStop, starts accepting videogame trade-ins

Dennis Howlett: RightNow: right for now

Sam Diaz: Data: Mail is Yahoo's most-trafficked property, Web leader

Harry Fuller: Public transit money

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: To Serve And Protect The City's Finest, From ID Theft

Harry Fuller: Believe in evolution? Edison, incandescent, flourescent, halogen, LED, then OLED

Dana Blankenhorn: The case against health care reform

Joe McKendrick: Analyst: SOA may have reduced severity of mortgage crisis

Jason Perlow: You're Gonna Need a Bigger Mouse for that Mainframe

Jason D. O'Grady: Installing Mac OS X on a Dell Mini 9- the easy way (Updated 2x)

Andrew Nusca: Asustek evaluating Qualcomm-based Eee PCs

Ed Burnette: Firefox 3.0.7 fixes 47 bugs, 17 critical

Larry Dignan: Looks are everything: Zoho advances Writer 2.0 user interface

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Apple and Psystar file joint motion to enter Stipulated Protective Order

Andrew Nusca: Samsung Q1EX-71G UMPC loses QWERTY, gains 4.5 hours battery life

ZDNet UK: Microsoft in talks over Windows 7 broadband bundles

Dana Blankenhorn: Selling a book with open source shark jumping

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Firefox 3.1 renamed 3.5

Dana Blankenhorn: Open source patent law panhandling

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Everyone loves the Mac mini!

Andrew Storms: What is security transparency?

Dana Blankenhorn: Google Health opens pandora box of PHR sharing

Zack Whittaker: Research in Motion: the surveillance workplace

Dana Blankenhorn: Pre-emption preempted by Justice Thomas

Why Apple doesn't make a netbook

Michael Krigsman: Podcast -Roche CIO discusses IT, consultants, and the Devil's Triangle

ZDNet UK: SAP and IBM offer joint cloud migration

Andrew Nusca: Rumor: Palm Pre 'officially' delayed (UPDATED with Palm response)

Larry Dignan: RIM carves out its own App World: Will it work?

Christopher Dawson: K-12 textbooks in for a big change

Dan Kuznetsky: Virtual Computer NxTop Beta

Christopher Dawson: The 7" Eee is going away? That's OK

Larry Dignan: Parsing the hardware landscape: x86 servers, PCs and laptops

Topics: Tablets, Browser, Data Centers, Emerging Tech, Hardware, Laptops, Mobility, Storage

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