News to know: Vizio; Apple-Psystar; Buffett; Facebook status; Palm Pre; AT&T

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.

Sean Portnoy: Vizio spills the beans on its Internet TV plans

Sam Diaz: Court allows Apple-Psystar case to resume

Sam Diaz: Buffett: Steve Jobs' surgery was a "material fact"; should have been disclosed

Andrew Mager: Facebook makes status updates available to the public

Matthew Miller: Do Palm Pre owners have to look to the past to get apps?

Jason D. O'Grady: Guy Kawasaki's Twitter account compromised; used to deliver malware

Sam Diaz: AT&T upgrading older equipment to kick-start iPhone network boost

Garett Rogers: AdSense for Mobile Apps being tested

Mitch Ratcliffe: Amazon on the record: Device limits set by publishers

Matthew Miller: HTC announces the Hero with HTC Sense and Adobe Flash Player 10

Jason Perlow: My Experience with Dell's Namastechnical Support

Janice Chen: Pentax updates its popular waterproof camera with the new Optio W80

Phil Wainewright: LucidEra's demise is about money, not SaaS

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft: Outlook's not broken and we aren't 'fixing' it

Harry Fuller: New England software company could harvest rewards from carbon cap

Joe McKendrick: 10 data center paradoxes -- widening area networks; iPhone inspiration (2)

Tom Foremski: Journalism ... and other inappropriate relationships

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple's Remote app now controls Apple TV and AirTunes

Christopher Dawson: Do you have a knowledge store? You should

Harry Fuller: Global warming: predicting unpredictability

Dion Hinchcliffe: Six ways to run SOA as an internal cloud business

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Sling Media Slingbox, Dell Inspiron 15 laptop, iRiver MP3 player

Sam Diaz: Juniper, NYSE Euronext partner on efficient data center design

Richard Koman: Anonymous netizens offer a July 1 manifesto, posters

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Want To See (And Talk About) What Your Friends Are Buying? Zappos Set To Introduce 'Social Shopping'

Ryan Naraine: Guy Kawasaki's Twitter account hijacked, pushes Windows and Mac malware

Paula Rooney: Reductive to service Puppet open source configman tools

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Running Microsoft Security Essentials

Sam Diaz: Real unleashes video for mobile with Real Player SP

Dana Gardner: In 'Everything as a Service' era, quality of services and processes grows paramount, says HP's Purohit

Rachel King: General Imaging starts shipping new touch-panel GE E1250TW

Tom Foremski: Should CEOs be active in social media?

Jason Hiner: Finjan releases free SecureTwitter plug-in to fight malware in Twitter links

Ryan Naraine: Critical Adobe Shockwave flaw affects millions

Harry Fuller: Renewable energy is only a patch--MSFT research head

Brian Sommer: Categorizing the SaaS Vendors

Dana Gardner: HP adds new consulting services to smooth the enterprise path to cloud adoption

Jason D. O'Grady: How-to: Enable Emoji on your iPhone

Rachel King: SanDisk announces world's fastest 32GB SDHC card

Andrew Mager: Boxee launches on Windows; new apps from CurrentTV, Digg, MLB.tv

Dana Gardner: Cloud and upgraded computing future brightens despite overcast economy, Microsoft-sponsored survey finds

Heather Clancy: IBM backs research behind Lithium-ion battery alternative

Ed Burnette: Eclipse Galileo release train now arriving at gate 3.5

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: If you're running the Windows 7 beta, time is running out for you!

Jason Hiner: Scoreboard: The Web's top 50 destinations during May 2009

Andrew Nusca: HP's new 13" ProBook 4310s offers Core 2 Duo, discrete GPU; starts $799

Richard Koman: July 1: Day for offline protest against Green Dam

Andrew Nusca: New HP mini 5101 netbook adds aluminum chassis; chiclet keyboard

Jason Hiner: U.S. sheds another 35K IT jobs in May, but market may be stabilizing

Dancho Danchev: Remote code execution exploit for Green Dam in the wild

Michael Krigsman: Computer errors in public places

Jason Hiner: Intel publishes social media guidelines for its employees

Dana Blankenhorn: Zoho embraces Sharepoint lock-in

Mary Jo Foley: Five reasons why Microsoft's Hohm is more than just another Web 2.0 service

Andrew Nusca: Seagate introduces FreeAgent external HDDs for Mac; up to 2TB

Paul Greenberg: Enterprise 2.0 2009 Conference: Aggregate and Organize

Dan Kusnetzky: Platform Computing Announces Infrastructure Sharing Services

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