News to know: Pawned browsers; IE 8; Sun and IBM, Oracle

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.

Ryan Naraine: Pwn2Own trifecta: Hacker exploits IE8, Firefox, Safari

Mary Jo Foley: IE 8 final bits ready for download on March 19

Larry Dignan: IBM's potential purchase of Sun: Here's why it makes sense

Dennis Howlett: Oracle Q3 at high end: declares dividend 5¢, cautions Q4

Sam Diaz: Could Facebook surpass Google? Not with Twitter around

Andrew Nusca: Welcome ZDNet's Gadget Gal, Jennifer Bergen

Jason D. O'Grady: Lack of iPhone 3.0 hardware not surprising

Joe McKendrick: Another view: SOA won't trump 'toxic human behavior'

Dennis Howlett: SXSWi - party like its 2009

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Psystar's at it again!

Sean Portnoy: Iomega's free updates to StorCenter ix2 NAS include BitTorrent support, remote access

Ryan Naraine: Pwn2Own trifecta: Hacker exploits IE8, Firefox, Safari

Sarah Blankinship: CanSecWest: Caution, community at play

Chris Jablonski: Mussel "glue" and inkjet printers may make for faster healing from surgeries

Michael Krigsman: Risks of survival: An IT failures town hall discussion

Richard Koman: EPIC claim on Google Docs rings hollow

Jennifer Leggio: Spotlight on Austin: BuzzStream's Paul May

Oliver Marks: State of the Art Microsoft Conference Experience - Online...

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's SuperPreview: A Web site developer's new best friend?

Dana Gardner: Greenplum aims to eliminate massive data load 'choke points' with Scatter/Gather technology

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Apple intentionally crippled Bluetooth in iPod touch 2G, wants $10 to unlock it!

Heather Clancy: A solar-powered sailboat: Counter-intuitive or just good design?

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Crying Wolff? News As We Knew It Dies -- In 8 Years.

Dana Blankenhorn: Defense Department makes more open source moves

Harry Fuller: Chinese electric car maker thinks green and Go America

Dana Gardner: Active Endpoints aims at greater process design and implementation productivity with ActiveVOS enhancements

Andrew Nusca: Pandora for BlackBerry Bold, Curve, Pearl launches

Dancho Danchev: Diebold ATMs infected with credit card skimming malware

Dana Blankenhorn: A broken heart can kill

Michael Krigsman: IDC: Escaping failure in the cloud

Andrew Nusca: Computer science programs stage comeback in 2008

Dana Gardner: Panda Security strengthens SaaS-based PC virus protection solution for SMBs

Dana Blankenhorn: Will a move right get health reform done?

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Zucker vs. Stewart: "Completely out of line" on Cramer and CNBC

Andrew Nusca: Fujitsu introduces color Kindle-killer 'FLEPia'

Dana Blankenhorn: Fatties are smokers

Christopher Dawson: Is computer science the one smart major in a recession?

Andrew Nusca: Will half-baked Ubuntu Linux netbooks ruin the OS for consumers?

Larry Dignan: In-Stat: 30 percent of global wireless will be 3G, 4G by 2013

Video: iPhone 3.0 demos: Push, search, In-app buying

Video: IT Dojo: Stop programs from running when Windows Vista starts

Andrew Nusca: Logitech debuts cooling pad, notebook riser

Christopher Dawson: Realistic netbook expectations

Larry Dignan: In this episode of separated at birth...

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