News to know: IE 8; Code name of the day; Facebook security; Office 2.0

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Mary Jo Foley: A (Microsoft) Codename a day: RougeDancho Danchev: Hundreds of Dutch web sites hacked by Islamic hackersTwitter's "me too" anti-spam strategyRyan Naraine: Facebook refuses to fix obvious security flawNew StopBadware guidelines take aim at software update bundlingSam Diaz: Does Big Brother know where you've been surfing?

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

Mary Jo Foley: A (Microsoft) Codename a day: Rouge

Dancho Danchev: Hundreds of Dutch web sites hacked by Islamic hackers

Sam Diaz: Does Big Brother know where you've been surfing?

Jason Perlow: One Router to Connect Them All

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to roll out more granular 'porn mode' with IE 8

Review: Maxtor Central Axis NAS server (right)

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: X-Box (and Cell Phone) Nation: Election Rests In Digital Hands

Deb Perelman: 5 ways to unwire your holiday weekend

Michael Krigsman: Office 2.0: 'conversations' prevent IT failure

Jennifer Leggio: The ugly truth: Satan, social networks and security

Seattle Post Intelligencer: Amazon.com buys Shelfari, a startup for book lovers  Christopher Dawson: Amazon eyeing up the textbook market? About time

Larry Dignan: Qwest CTO on FTTP, bandwidth caps and integrated services

Video: Big tech on campus

Dana Blankenhorn: When is open source just throwing it all away?

Android Community: Android-powered T-Mobile G1 Engineering drawings!GP: Iphone 3G antenna test

Jason O'Grady: 2008 MacBook Pro concept

Dan Kusnetzky: XenApp 5 - Citrix removes desktop virtualization inhibitors

Preview the new FriendFeed design

Heather Clancy: Tech distie Ingram Micro teams up with EPEAT

Gizmodo: Leaked Document Shows Verizon's Psyops Anti-iPhone Propaganda

Paul Murphy: An argument about switching costs

The Social: Facebook appears to be controlling ‘wall spam’

IT Dojo video: Common mistakes to avoid when you're installing Linux software

AMD slims down, sells digital TV business to Broadcom

TechCrunch: No Matter How NBC Spins It, Olympics Web Strategy Comes Up A Loser

Robin Harris: IDF and the new Mac notebooks

Janice Chen: Canon catches up to the rumor mill and announces EOS 50D

Dana Blankenhorn: What good are gross hospital statistics?

Ed Gottsman: Something you're going to want to smack

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