News to know: Real-time search; JooJoo; Win7; Outsourcing; Yahoo

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:

Sam Diaz: Google beefs up search, enhances mobile, introduces real-time results

Andrew Nusca: Fusion Garage announces JooJoo cloud tablet; swipes at TechCrunch

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft ends discounted Windows 7 Family Pack deal (but maybe not for good)

Phil Fersht: 2010 Predictions for the Outsourcing Industry

Larry Dignan: Yahoo launches ad privacy tool; Here's what it has on you

CNET: Yahoo, Microsoft finalize search agreement

Rachel King: 22-year-old arrested for recording 'New Moon' on digital camera

Phil Wainewright: Windows Azure and the many faces of cloud

Larry Dignan: IBM's Tivoli Live Monitoring Services now available

Jennifer Leggio: Branded communities have yet to evolve, study shows

Joe McKendrick: Applying metrics to enterprise services, or simply getting people to work together

Sam Diaz: Google's favorite places: Now with window sticker bar codes

Doug Hanchard: Iran demonstrations: Plenty of Internet news, but is it reliable?

Andrew Mager: How to seduce your users with web design

Larry Dignan: Follow the money: The ROI Scareware, Spyware, click fraud, pharma spam

Sam Diaz: Virtual conferences bring big savings, demand innovation and creativity

Heather Clancy: Get a grip: Power infrastructure leader updates management software

Andrew Mager: They're letting designers code now?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Annoyed with AT&T dropping your iPhone calls? There's an app for that!

TechCrunch: LaLa Was Bought By Apple For $17 Million, Not $80 Million

Ed Burnette: Larrabee, we hardly knew ye

Heather Clancy: Are greenhouse gas emissions increasing? You can count on it.

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Big Brains: Anders Vinberg

David Morgenstern: Pwgen comes to the Mac

Matthew Broersma: Researchers break into BitLocker

CNET: Facebook forms safety advisory board

Paul Greenberg: Reviewing the 2009 CRM Forecast - Not Bad, Not Great

Zack Whittaker: Nokia to get touchy-feely in 2010

Dana Gardner: TIBCO borrows a Twitter page to bring better information to enterprise workers

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Do Windows users trust Microsoft to keep them safe? Seems the answer is "No!"

Dana Blankenhorn: Will baby boomers drive health IT?

Dennis Howlett: The future of the IT analyst game

Harry Fuller: Copenhagen's carbon footprint and following the money

Christopher Dawson Solving my Classmate problems

Jason D. O'Grady: 1% of App Store inventory removed in ratings scam

Rachel King: Apple in trouble over alleged iPhone camera infringement

Dana Blankenhorn: Can open source and ads save the Palm OS?

Dana Blankenhorn: EtherJet does the Google Wave

Doug Hanchard: Supreme Court of Canada orders new trial for alleged online sexual predator

Larry Dignan: Akamai: Commerce, media customers showing stronger volume

Ed Bott: The 'black screen of death': fact, fiction, or FUD?

Heather Clancy: Danish utility tests gust-guzzling electric vehicles

Dan Kusnetzky: 451 Group survey - user concerns about Oracle's proposed ownership of MySQL

Rachel King: HTC's 2010 Roadmap Leaked

Walt Mossberg: What's new in tech this holiday season?

Topics: Operating Systems, Google, Microsoft, Outsourcing, Social Enterprise, Software, Windows

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