News to know: IBM layoffs, Google, T-Mobile, Microsoft, Dell

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.

Sam Diaz: WSJ: More IBM layoffs in U.S.; jobs shifting to India

Matthew Miller: Google Mobile App with voice search now available for BlackBerry

Andrew Nusca: T-Mobile debuts mobile broadband with USB device

Dana Blankenhorn: Microsoft is as troubled as the rest of us

CNET: 'New Dell' makes big server push

Larry Dignan: Blockbuster inks deal with TiVo

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft identity-management product running a year late

Dennis Howlett: Squaring the SAP certification and maintenance circle

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple addresses MBP17 vertical lines with firmware update

Sean Portnoy: Seagate matches Western Digital with 8TB BlackArmor NAS devices

Andrew Nusca: Poll: What do you want to see on The Toybox?

Ryan Naraine: Cisco IOS patch day covers multiple vulnerabilities

Chris Jablonski: Nanorobot for Brain Aneurysm

Richard Koman: Outrage in aftermath of China's YouTube censorship

Dana Gardner: Eclipse Swordfish OSGi ESB enters fray for SOA market acceptance, Sopera to add support

Harry Fuller: The new ocean czarina takes over

Jason D. O'Grady: The next App Store threat: counterfeit apps

Sam Diaz: AT&T is first ISP to bully music pirates for RIAA

Andrew Nusca: Nokia invests $70m in Obopay mobile service provider

Sam Diaz: A Twitter conference: not as silly as it sounds

Andrew Mager: Track the Twitterazzi with Famery

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: There Is No Such Thing As a $99 Netbook. Not From Apple. Or Anyone.

Jason D. O'Grady: Charlie Miller: Macs lacking in security

Andrew Nusca: Are you still interested in Palm Pre?

Oliver Marks: Where Worlds Collide - and then there's Sharepoint

Ryan Naraine: Microsoft adds 'Skywing' to Windows defense team

Christopher Dawson: Childtopia adds functionality to Classmates (and more)

Dana Gardner: SaaS provider Workday extends HR business processes to iPhone, mobile tier

Harry Fuller: Environmental drug abuse

Jennifer Bergen: Google Mobile App for BlackBerry introduces Search by voice and My Location

Jason D. O'Grady: China Unicom getting iPhone in May

Jennifer Leggio: Fortune 500 series: Texas Instruments uses social media to connect 10K+ engineers

Dana Blankenhorn: Should health IT be immune from suits

Mary Jo Foley: April deadlines loom for Windows XP, Office 2003 product support

Dana Blankenhorn: Insurance industry renews offer to end underwriting

Joe McKendrick: Is having SOA and Master Data Management at the same time a form of overkill?

Ryan Naraine: Foxit PDF Reader being exploited in the wild

Andrew Nusca: How Nokia Ovi Store will trump Apple on global stage

Zack Whittaker: UK government to collect Facebook data?

Dennis Howlett: Where to for revenue recognition?

Christopher Dawson: Another Classmate expedition

Dana Blankenhorn: It's a Flat World after all

Jennifer Bergen: Canon EOS Rebel T1i unveiled

Andrew Nusca: Samsung to launch Papyrus e-reader

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Sony Bravia LCD HDTV, Logitech Harmony Advanced Universal Remote, Lenovo IdeaPad laptop

Andrew Nusca: Wacom introduces Intuos4 pen tablet; adds sensitivity, OLED

ZDNet UK: IBM and Wyse lead thin-client revival

Andrew Nusca: 'Psyb0t' worm infects Linksys, Netgear home routers, modems

Paul Miller: Jeff Pollock discusses his new book, The Semantic Web for Dummies

Dan Kusnetzky: Sun VDI 3.0 offers choice

Phil Wainewright: Auditors backtrack on SaaS revenue recognition

Larry Dignan: Top 10 undergraduate courses for the CIO track

CIO Sessions: Adobe's Gerri Martin-Flickinger

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