News to know: RIP enterprise data center; Red Hat breach; Google

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Dion Hinchcliffe: Are we ready to declare the "time of death" for the enterprise data center?

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:

Dion Hinchcliffe: Are we ready to declare the "time of death" for the enterprise data center?

Ed Bott: Is 64-bit Flash support just around the corner?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Notebook OEM statements on NVIDIA GPU failures

TechRepublic: IT needs to retool tech workers for Linux growth

Ryan Naraine: Red Hat (belatedly) confirms security breach

Jason Perlow: Episode 61 - The Smelly Laptop

Garett Rogers: Google finally ready to launch Jaiku on their platform

Michael Krigsman: 'Debunking IT Project Failure Myths' [podcast]

Ryan Stewart: 5 Photosynths that let you jump into another worldJason O'Grady: 4G iPod nano rumored to have GPS (updated)

News.com: Joe Biden's pro-RIAA, pro-FBI tech voting record

Christopher Dawson: Mandatory email

Seattle Post-Intelligencer: New version of Kindle in development & more

Ryan Stewart: Demanding users: good news for RIAs, bad for "tech pros"

Zack Whittaker: Windows Live Wave 3 managed beta begins

Engadget Cares: The state of Palm - checking in a year later

Roland Piquepaille: Better networked soldiers

NYT: Turning Point for Touch Screens

Dana Blankenhorn: Build your own cloud with open source

Times of London: Russians dent Google's world domination

Andrew Mager: I'm done with GMail

Jason O'Grady: Fake iPods spotted in Spain

Matthew Miller: The iPhone 3G honeymoon seems to be over for some folks

Deb Perelman: My Awesome IT Job: Vice president of Operations, Limelight

Ad Age: Avenue A Deal Could Give WPP, Microsoft What They Really Want

Paul Murphy: This week's rants

Ars Technica: Google: “No Trespassing” signs won't stop Street View

Heather Clancy: Another gold and counting for Dell's green tech effort

NYT: In a Downturn, but Still Spending on Technology

Video: Intel's research into robotics

Richard Koman: China cuts off iTunes, likely over 'Songs of Tibet'

Andrew Nusca: Weekend Gadget Guidance: Get MS Office Ultimate for $59.95

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: 2012 Olympics: Give Us Webcams On the Wall

Dan Kusnetzky: Conversation with AppSense

Microsoft talks software plus services; Intuit actually does it

Most dangerous US jobs: fishing, flying, logging

Video: Using mind control to talk to machines

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