News to know: Verizon, Ballmer, Facebook, Atom, Firefox

Summary:Verizon's ad deal with Microsoft and Intel's overhaul of the Atom processor are among today's top headlines.

Here are today's notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily. For continuous updates are BNET's around-the-Web tech coverage:

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Verizon inks ad deal with Microsoft, annoys paying customers

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft CEO Ballmer to be bounced in 2010? No way

Sam Diaz: Facebook's 2009 status update trends: What did you say?

Larry Dignan: Will Intel's Atom overhaul fuel another netbook boom?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Firefox 3.5: World's most popular browser

Andrew Nusca: Fujitsu unveils ruby red LifeBook MH380 netbook; Intel Atom N450

Harry Fuller: Tracking and mapping air pollution

Michael Krigsman: Three success predictions for 2010

Harry Fuller: CopenHANGOVER: the blame game begins

Sean Portnoy: How thin do you need an HDTV to be? LG displays a 0.1-inch-thick LCD display

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: UPDATED: Apple releases update to fix flickering 27-inch iMacs

Zack Whittaker: Last minute geeky panic shopping ideas for students

CNET: No Nook by Christmas? Here's a $100 gift card

Dion Hinchcliffe: ZDNet's Enterprise Web 2.0: The top 10 posts of 2009

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Best buy of the decade

Heather Clancy: CES taps green partner to offset impact of massive tech confab

Phil Wainewright: Spare me your cloud security diatribes

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: 2010 Predictions/Wishlist

Michael Krigsman: Five failure predictions for 2010

Jennifer Leggio: Importance of external and internal collaboration

Ryan Naraine: Adobe plugs gaping holes in Flash Media Server

Matthew Miller: Hands-on: B&N nook updated to version 1.1.0

Andrew Nusca: Palm WebOS 1.3.5 coming at CES; faster, improved battery life, more app storage

Dana Gardner: HP's Cloud Assure for Cost Control allows elastic capacity planning to better manage cloud-based services

Andrew Nusca: Should mobile phones carry cancer warnings?

Andrew Nusca: The science behind the new BlackBerry optical trackpad

Mary Jo Foley: Former Microsoft CFO Liddell resurfaces as CFO of GM

Jason D. O'Grady: Top 20 posts of the year - Nos. 1-10

Dan Kusnetzky: Most read posts of 2009

Joe McKendrick: Top 10 SOA posts for 2009

Dana Blankenhorn: You sometimes read health IT stories in 2009

Andrew Nusca: Dell updates Inspiron Mini 10: new Intel Atom, design, longer battery life; $299

Mary Jo Foley: Near-final build of Microsoft 'Geneva Server' goes to testers

Larry Dignan: Your car, your hot spot and Ford's tech utopia

CNET: Mozilla hopes to finish Thunderbird 3.1 in April

Rachel King: Five wacky, maybe tempting iPod/iPhone accessories

Christopher Dawson: The best and worst Ed Tech of the decade

Dana Blankenhorn: Open source still lacked love for Windows in 2009

Larry Dignan: Google local Borg interruptus?

Paul Greenberg: Okay Here Goes - CRM Forecast 2010 - Part I

Smart Planet: Turning a cell phone into a microscope

Topics: Verizon, Browser, Hardware, Intel, Microsoft, Mobility, Social Enterprise

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