News to know: Yahoo's home page; Barnes & Noble; Microsoft's Linux Code; 3G iPod Touch

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.

Sam Diaz: Yahoo's new home page: Spending more time in your world

Larry Dignan: Barnes & Noble partners with Plastic Logic; Opens up; Targets Kindle

Mary Jo Foley: Pigs do fly: Microsoft unleashes 20,000 lines of Linux code

Jason D. O'Grady: 3G iPod touch in two to three months?

Dennis Howlett: Business ByDesign: to scale or not to scale?

Sam Diaz: Report: Americans dumber than a box of rocks about spam

Zack WhittakerThe quest for the ultimate desktop experience

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The quest for the ultimate desktop experience

Adrian Kingsley-HughesHow safe are your CD-Rs?

Andrew Nusca: Apple.com: Then, now, and how it should have been in '83

Dignan: YouTube: Uploads don't hurt our bottom line

Microsoft's store foray: Compensating for the tech retail implosion?

Garett Rogers: YouTube in 3D: Ouch

Jason D. O'Grady: 3G iPod touch in two to three months?

Matthew Miller: iPhone 3GS browser speed tests can't beat Opera Mobile 9.7

TorrentFreak; DRM is Dead, RIAA Says

Ruckus outdoor access points (right)

Hiner: Microsoft is switching from defense back to offense

Dan Kusnetzky: Savvis on Cisco's Unified Computing System

Ryan Naraine: Some important truths about pen-testing

Jason Hiner: CIOs: How to waste your IT budget and get fired

Jennifer BergenT-Mobile offers deep discounts with Open Box program

AOL's Armstrong: Dial-up matters (a lot)

TechCrunch: The Most Engaged Brands On The Web

Richard KomanWith Kazaa, TPB going legit, are illegal downloads over?

Kingsley-Hughes: Intel to debut "Postville" SSDs in August

Google Earth takes you to the moon

Rachel King: Understanding macro mode on a point-and-shoot camera

Linux exploit evades security barrier

Blankenhorn: Should your genes be open source?

EMC outlines where Data Domain will fit

Heather Clancy: Ricoh latest imaging tech company to offer "green office" assessment

Forbes: Apple's Secret Weapon: Your Mom

Gadget Gal's daily deals: Acer Aspire One netbook, Sanyo Xacti camcorder, Sony Cyber-shot

Christopher Dawson: Amazon ate my homework, or why DRM stinks for education

Chris Jablonski: 'Invisibility cloak' could protect buildings against earthquakes

Michael Krigsman: TechTarget blogger of the week

Tom Foremski: A visit to Microsoft Research Labs in Cambridge

Harry Fuller: Having a bad air day?

Oliver Marks: IT Security: Context is King

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