News to know: Inauguration, IBM, Windows, Microsoft cutbacks, Intel

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.

Inauguration coverage:

Jennifer Leggio: Inauguration pass or fail? Social network, streaming video report card
 
Christopher Dawson: So how did it go? Debriefing the inauguration
 
Andrew Mager: White House website updated

Oliver Marks: Obama's Transparency Problem

Tom Foremski: What should be top of President Obama's tech initiatives?

My choice for President Obama's CTO . . .

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Listening to President Obama: What Price Citizenship?

Paula Rooney: Microsoft, Moonlight reach across aisle to bring Obama inauguration to Linux desktops
 
Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Breaking News On The Inauguration: Look, Don't Listen (Yet)
Andrew Mager: Tag Cloud of Obama's inauguration speech
 
Larry Dignan: Big Blue delivers strong fourth quarter, a rarity these days

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows Experience Index in Windows 7
Larry Dignan: Qualcomm picks up AMD's graphics assets
 
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft tightens its belt, but still no layoffs announced
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Intel slashes selected processor prices by up to 40%

Sam Diaz: iPhone & Photos: Business opportunities through Apps

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft dumps Comcast shares

David Morgenstern: Apple: Is the sky falling?

Sam Diaz: Google can't save newspapers; smart to dump print-ad project

Ryan Naraine: Heartland finds malware in bank card payment system

Andrew Nusca: Forget Yahoo, forget Dell: Should Microsoft buy Palm?

Larry Dignan: Amazon, Netflix, Priceline: Are they really recession resistant?
 
TechRepublic: 10 reasons to purchase new hardware during a recession
Andrew Nusca: Apple Mac, iPod sales see slight rebound in December

Oliver Marks: The Open Enterprise: Finding The Successes and Pain Points

Joe Brockmeier: Bringing the FOSS tribe together: The future of community shows

Dana Blankenhorn: Cloud boom or cloud bubble?

Harry Fuller: New U.S. energy triumverate now in power

David Morgenstern: Microsoft improves Exchange sync in new Entourage Beta

Dana Gardner: Enterprises find easier ways to package and deliver applications and data to mobile devices

Paul Greenberg: CRM Vendor Thought Leaders - Thinking, Thinking......Hmmm

Harry Fuller: What's red, white and blue, and green all over?

Brian Sommer: PPM & IT Management -  is now finally the time?
Dancho Danchev: Malware-infected WinRAR distributed through Google AdWords
Matthew Miller: T-Mobile G1 rumors, data only plan option and replacement battery
 
Jason D. O'Grady: Apple drops copy protection from iWork '09
 
Matthew Miller: Study shows 85% of users are frustrated with setting up their new phones
 
Jason D. O'Grady: Ustream viewer available in App Store
 
Matthew Miller: Global copy and paste comes to jailbroken iPhones
 
Larry Dignan: Closing the loop: Circuit City's liquidation
 
Mary Jo Foley: Opera CTO: Here's how to level the browser playing field
 
Garett Rogers: Google iPhone interface is history
 
Dennis Howlett: SAP's Kagermann to retire early
Zack Whittaker: The next generation vision of your future desktop
 
Fake reviews prompt Belkin apology
 
Matthew Miller: Is visual voicemail coming in a future BlackBerry OS update?
 
Heather Clancy: Got green tech? You could get some free online advertising
 
Dan Kusnetzky: Egenera releases PAN Manager 5.2

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