News to know: Windows 7; Google Wave in enterprise; SaaS in Europe; Wordcamp;

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.

Andrew MagerLive: Wordcamp 2009

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft: No more three-app limit in Windows 7 Starter Edition

Andrew Nusca: Should broadband connectivity be a right?

Matthew Miller: Hands-on with the HTC Touch Pro2

Digital InspirationBing Tips & Tricks

Heather Clancy: Would you go the extra mile to get rid of an old computer responsibly?

Photos: Top-rated reviews of the week

Phil Wainewright: SaaS in Europe at the tipping point

Sean Portnoy: Asus will launch budget O!Play media streamer at Computex

Matthew Miller: ThinkFree Mobile Office suite for Android to be demoed next week

Michael Krigsman: IBM's Devil's Triangle: An enterprise software soap opera

David Morgenstern: Is PIV card support coming to the iPhone?

CNET News: New Mac clone maker to open retail store in Calif.

Brian Sommer: OneWire - Talent acquisition in the Finance sector

Data Center KnowledgeStudy: Data Center Supply Near All-Time Low

AFP: Blogging guru chips away at Great Firewall of China 

Dow Jones: Sprint Has Palm Pre Exclusive Through 2009

Christopher Dawson: If a color Kindle is years away, where does that leave e-textbooks?

Sam Diaz: Washington: Together, we can tackle cybersecurity

John MorrisNew alternatives to netbooks (and pricey laptops)

 

Jason O'Grady: Hands-on: Verizon Wireless HP Mini 1151NR netbook (Updated 2x)

Gallery: HP Mini 1151NR netbook by Verizon Wireless

AppleInsider: A glimpse at Snow Leopard's more subtle refinements

Verizon set to update BlackBerry Storm OS

Mary Jo Foley: With Wave, did Google jump the (Microsoft) shark?

Paul Greenberg:  Excerpt: Marketing 2.0 From CRM at the Speed of Light 4th Edition

Paul Miller: Bing is not alone; similar techniques alive and well in existing vertical search

Jennifer BergenGadget Gal's daily deals: Asus Eee PC 1000HE, Olympus Stylus waterproof camera, GPS sale

Gumblar attack worse than Conficker, experts warn

Denise HowellVideo helps to quantify "fair"

Harry Fuller: Forget local fracking, let's drill, baby, drill

Topics: Data Centers, Cloud, Emerging Tech, Google, Hardware, Microsoft, Storage, Windows

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