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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

Andrew Nusca: SEC charges RIM, 4 senior execs with stock option backdating

Sam Diaz: Facebook's TOS debacle: Be upset for a better reason

Dana Blankenhorn: Can open source make Apple deal with Adobe?

Ed Burnette: Market Moves: Translating fun into profit with Android

Andrew Nusca: Microsoft in talks to acquire Israeli VR startup

Richard Koman: Prosecutor drops a charge in Pirate Bay case

Janice Chen: Fujifilm announces five new FinePix cameras, including first waterproof model

Jason Perlow: I've Seen the Future of Computing: It's a Screen.

Doug Washburn: What Cisco’s EnergyWise technology means to Green IT

Andrew Nusca: Google Android-powered HTC Magic debuts

Chris Jablonski: Nano-sized radio plays Eric Clapton’s "Layla"

Dancho Danchev: Targeted malware attacks exploiting IE7 flaw detected

Dennis Howlett: Social silly season

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Unlimited Potential team gets a new chief

Andrew Nusca: Spammers break Microsoft Live Hotmail CAPTCHA...again

Larry Dignan: Will cheap oil affect green innovation?

Sam Diaz: AT&T confirms Dell's smartphone - but Dell doesn't

Jennifer Leggio: Obituaries go... social? founder puts death notices on the Web

Sam Diaz: Analyst: Declines in Mac, iPod sales isn't so bad

Jason D. O'Grady: iFixIt dissects the unibody MacBook Pro 17-inch (Updated)

Dancho Danchev: Crimeware tracking service hit by a DDoS attack

Andrew Nusca: Universal mobile phone charger promises 50% less draw

Andrew Nusca: Controlling a robotic blimp with Android

Adam O'Donnell: Do we need a new internet? No, but we do need more researchers.

Paula Rooney: It's true: Microsoft and Red Hat cooperate on virtualization

Zack Whittaker: The Microsoft-netbook controversy explained

Jason D. O'Grady: Regulators: iPhone card counting app a felony (Updated 2x)

Larry Dignan: Microsoft's mobile strategy: Can it thread the prosumer needle?

Andrew Nusca: Skype to be embedded on Nokia, Sony smartphones

Mary Jo Foley: Sign of the times: Microsoft holds 'custom support' pricing constant

Andrew Nusca: Cisco to bring Web conferencing to more smartphones

Larry Dignan: Yahoo rolls up mobile apps under Yahoo Mobile moniker

Andrew Nusca: Sirius XM agrees to $530 million Liberty Media stake

Christopher Dawson: Look, Ma! Twitter's useful!
Matthew Miller: MWC 09: Nokia and Skype announce partnership, fring wins award and gives you Skype now on S60

Dana Blankenhorn: Medpedia launch official but Knol has got game

Andrew Mager: Obama's new recovery website launches

Dana Blankenhorn: The gigantic opportunity of mHealth

Dana Gardner: LogLogic delivers integrated suite for securely managing enterprise-wide log data

Dana Blankenhorn: Will new Joslyn business model work

Larry Dignan: Newegg, Amazon, Netflix lead e-tail customer satisfaction; eBay hits all-time low

Paula Rooney: Zmanda's 3.0 backup supports cloud, Sharepoint, PostgreSQL, EnterpriseDB

Paul Greenberg: CRM Playaz: Episode #2: Twitterspeak; Plagiarism Just Doesn't Go Away

Ed Burnette: PPoPP 2009 Day 1: Parallel Thinking

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Worst. Windows 7. Piece. EVER!

Dan Kusnetzky: Server Virtualization Design Module for Lanamark Suite

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: The biggest threat to Microsoft's bottom line isn't Mac or Linux - it's netbooks!

Larry Dignan: Local Hardware Chain Hammers Away with IT


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