News to know: Windows 7, HD-DVD, Twitter, iPhone, SOA

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.

Christopher Dawson: Windows 7: Good enough to pay for?

Sean Portnoy: Research firm challenges supposed popularity of HD-DVD format

Sam Diaz: When it comes to Twitter, if you can't beat 'em...

Jason Hiner: Turn your iPhone into a mobile office productivity tool

Joe McKendrick: Six ways to make SOA services more reusable

Jennifer Leggio: Organizational social anxiety

Jason Perlow: CLEAR: Your data will be properly disposed of

Larry Dignan: Want an iPhone 3GS? Go for the 32GB white one

Heather Clancy: Solar-charged mobile phone on sale in Japan

Harry Fuller: Carbon Wars in the U.S. Senate

Matthew Miller: MobileTechRoundup show #176, I need a Hero

Chris Jablonski: Robo-furniture eats household pests

Paul Murphy: The case of the missing Sun refugees

Zack Whittaker: Ground breaking surgery "eliminates" neuro-illnesses

Matthew Miller: Sony admits to PSP Go early adopter premium, are you really surprised?

Jason D. O'Grady: iPhone OS 3.0 disables purchases for AIM logins

Zack Whittaker: Hands on with Outlook Live: universities choose Microsoft over Google

Dana Gardner: IT Financial Management solutions provide visibility into total operations to reduce IT costs

Harry Fuller: The little engine that can

Oliver Marks: Web Squared: Web 2.0's Successor?

Mary Jo Foley: No vertically-focused Microsoft Office on the docket (for now)

Harry Fuller: One forward step for Waxman-Markey bill, the easiest step

Tom Foremski: Disruptive technologies disrupt - goodbye newspaper companies

Garett Rogers: HTC can't push out SenseUI to older Android handsets

Richard Koman: Confirmed: Developer of software stolen for Green Dam is under attack

Dennis Howlett: Weekend stuff: geeks who love to help

Christopher Dawson: Massachusetts Educational Data Warehouse provides a host of tools

Jason D. O'Grady: Review: iSkin CERULEAN F1 stereo bluetooth headset

Dancho Danchev: Michael Jackson's death themed malware campaigns spreading

Jason Perlow: Frugal Friday: Residential Broadband Woes, Jacko, Windows 7 vs Snow Leopard pricing, Red Hat, Virtualization, Cleversafe

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Mythbusters' Adam Savage hit with $11,000 AT&T bill

Jason Perlow: The Harsh Reality of Suburban Broadband, Part Deux

Janice Chen: How to take better vacation photos

Tom Foremski: FridayWatch: The disruptive Bronze Age . . .

Rachel King: DXG unveils new site, offers discounts to celebrate

Mary Jo Foley: Could Windows on a thumb drive = Microsoft StartKey?

David Morgenstern:  Firmware update enables faster storage on new MacBook Pros (maybe)

Zack Whittaker: Parents bought me an Apple fruit, not Apple computer: FML

Rachel King: Sony settles digital camera lawsuit with CalTech

Harry Fuller: Roping in Round-up?

Jason D. O'Grady: ShapeWriter: Must-try iPhone app

Sam Diaz: Celebrating 10 years of TechRepublic

Heather Clancy: Sim your sustainability system: Software grapples with environmental uncertainties

CNET: What PC makers are paying for Windows 7

Ed Bott: Windows 7 versus Snow Leopard: How much do upgrades really cost?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Mac users suffer Safari 4 woes

Sam Diaz: YouTube reports exponential growth; issues viral video challenge

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Sony VAIO bundles, Polk Audio speakers, Acer Aspire notebook

Richard Koman: Swedish court: Pirate Bay judge not biased

Dana Blankenhorn: Is the world now an open source society?

Mary Jo Foley: Redmond's revolving door: Two more execs depart

Richard Koman: China's porn obsession not just a coverup for political repression

Matthew Miller: TouchDown adds Private appt creation in Google Android

Dana Blankenhorn: Can contractors be part of health IT reform?

ZDNet UK: Jackson death prompts malware alert at Google

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