News to know: Microsoft's reversal, Obama's policies, MySpace, Apple netbook

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.

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft lets laid-off employees keep overpayments

Tom Foremski: A panel discussion about Obama's tech policies and Silicon Valley

Larry Dignan: Watch out MySpace, here comes Rupe

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Do you really think Apple's going to take business advice from a bunch of cheapskates?

Mary Jo Foley: Red Dog: Can you teach old Windows hounds new tricks

Larry Dignan: Web video isn't killing cable subs...yet

Garett Rogers: Google.org: Full steam ahead!

Adam O'Donnell: Brand spanking new Excel 0-day being exploited in the wild

Heather Clancy: How green is your e-tailer? Survey finds Internet and e-commerce businesses lacking in green tech leadership

Larry Dignan: Motorola dishes off Good Technology to Visto

Joe McKendrick: Survey: SOA delivering; SOAP out, REST in

Ed Bott: Who needs another Windows 7 beta?

Michael Krigsman: Forrester CRM analyst discusses IT failure [podcast]

Phil Wainewright: Coghead's demise highlights PaaS lock-out risk

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Bits By B.I.T.: Is Instantaneous Large-Screen HD Video Over the Net Here?

Adam O' Donnell: Competitors for the next hash standard found to have security-related coding flaws

Ed Burnette: PPoPP 2009 wrap-up

Dancho Danchev: eBay solutions provider Auctiva.com infected with malware

James Staten: Red Hat and Citrix ratchet up open source virtualization relevancy

Jason D. O'Grady: The new iTunes paradigm, release your music as an app

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's MashupOS leaps like a Gazelle

Jason D. O'Grady: Concept: App management in iTunes

Harry Fuller: Offshore wind, a new tack

Andrew Nusca: Google triggers annoying DoS CAPTCHA prompt?

Richard Koman: Senators cry 'child abuse' as they seek to dismantle the Net

Harry Fuller: Young generation greening the nitty-gritty of government

Dennis Howlett: Oracle apps: an innovation free zone since 2006?

Dana Blankenhorn: Flu prevention grabs virus by the neck

Sam Diaz: Is the U.S. a broadband leader or laggard?

Jason D. O'Grady: Using TrapCall to view blocked numbers

Joe McKendrick: SOA will accelerate cloud computing -- here's why

Dana Blankenhorn: Will telcos ever embrace open source?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft drops new hints on next Communications Server release

Joe McKendrick: Commentator 'depressed' that cloud sounds just like SOA

Dana Blankenhorn: Could the Linux Foundation get too big?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Is dual-booting more hassle than it's worth?

Dan Kusnetzky: Citrix launches a free version of XenServer and Citrix Essentials

Larry Dignan: Intel: HP accounts for 20 percent of annual sales

Dancho Danchev: Chinese hackers deface the Russian Consulate in Shanghai

Tech Republic: CIO for Hire: Ignorance may be bliss, but it's also dangerous

Video: Andreessen's Charlie Rose interview

Topics: Browser, Apple, Enterprise Software, Hardware, Microsoft, Mobility, Social Enterprise, Software, Software Development

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