News to know: Jobs and Apple; IE 8 patch due; Adobe; Windows 7 Beta 1

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Larry Dignan: Can you have Macworld without Jobs and Apple?

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

Larry Dignan: Can you have Macworld without Jobs and Apple? We're going to find out

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft sends out Windows 7 Beta 1 invites

Ryan Naraine: As attacks escalate, MS readies emergency IE patch

Review: Microsoft Explorer Mouse (right)

Adobe's reports fourth quarter; 2009 'challenging'

Brian Sommer: Workday - Where HR and Finance Do More than Interface

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's datacenter software and services future: Trebuchet and Monsoon

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: NVIDIA first to offer full OpenGL 3.0 support

Sam Diaz: Facebook: Becoming your legal residence on the Web?

Brian Sommer: SAP Business ByDesign Update

Larry Dignan:PC units still selling; Apple flat but worries may be overblown

Harry Fuller: Prius panic and other money mattersTechRepublic: Video: Top five IT Dojo episodes of 2008

Sean Portnoy: Holiday Gift Guide 2008: Soundbar speaker systemsGoogle launches Apps Engine dashboard

VentureBeat: Twitter has made Dell $1 million in revenue

TechCrunch: Soon, All Your Blog Comments Will Belong To Facebook (Or Google)

Roland Piquepaille: Nanotechnology-based smart yarn for soldiers

Rating the vendors: Apple, IBM, HP shine; Sprint, SAP, CA don't

Photos: Coveroos offer custom fashion for phones

Robin Harris: "Net neutrality" is stupid

Dana Blankenhorn: Which open source projects are most secure?

Laptop Magazine: Intel-Powered Convertible Classmate PC: The Touch Netbook to Emulate

Matthew Miller: Don't get too excited, the Palm Software Store is just a browser hyperlink

Dana Gardner: MapReduce-scale analytics change BI game as enterprises need to mine ever-expanding data sets

Review: Toshiba 46XV545U (right)

Best Buy hunkers down; Consumer electronics sales plunge; Home office remains solid

Paul Miller: Could Amazon provide a home to Linked Data?

Dan Kusnetzky: MiniFrame SoftXpand

Christopher Dawson: Can you believe it's almost time for scheduling?

Jennifer Leggio: Three recommended 'must-read' social business books

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