News to know: Psystar vs. Apple; WGA; Linux under attack; FAA failure

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Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily: Psystar responds to Apple suit, will countersue

Michael Krigsman: Breaking: FAA computer failure slows nationwide air traffic

Dancho Danchev: Malware detected at the International Space Station

Mozilla Labs: Introducing Ubiquity

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to target Windows XP Pro users with Genuine 'nagware' notifications

Foley: A (Microsoft) Codename a day: Geneva

TeleGeography Research: Google's subsea ambitions expand

CIO Sessions: CareerBuilder CTO: Eric Presley

Larry Dignan: Tech giants may face dollar daze

Diaz: Apple's biggest rumor: iPod or Jobs?

Dana Gardner: Citrix makes virtualization splash with new version of XenApp to speed desktop applications delivery

ReadWriteWeb: Adium Releases Major Upgrade to Popular IM Service

TechRepublic: Agile development is a method, not a goal

ComScore: Microsoft Ranks as Top U.S. Online Display Advertiser in June, According to comScore Ad Metrix

Dana Blankenhorn: Is LogMeIn the route to laptop Linux?

Heather Clancy: Green tech reward program: Intel will recognize innovation that aids environmental cause

Tom Foremski: A peek into Silicon Valley and beyond . . .

Christopher Dawson: Go ahead...bring in your laptop

Larry Dignan: HP closes EDS purchase; Outlines services exec line-up

Diaz: Patent suit alert: This time, Google and Verizon on the hot seat

Paul Murphy: Dancing on E-voting's grave

Matthew Miller: HTC S740 brings the look of the Diamond to a non-touch screen device

Kingsley-Hughes: Google Android loses Bluetooth API, Bluetooth still lives

Richard Koman: Dems: Broadband policy crucial but so-far nonexistent

Roland Piquepaille: Sign language over cell phones in the U.S.

Garett Rogers: Google Suggest goes live, will people like it?

Ryan Stewart: How the world watched the Olympics online

Wired: Amazon Relies on Customers to Pimp the Kindle

Large Hadron Collider aces pre-launch testing

Dana Blankenhorn: Health care auditing needs growth

Harry Fuller: Renting a car: it'll cost you to save on gas

Amazon acquires book community Shelfari


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