News to know: Green Silicon Valley, Napping datacenters, Craigslist prostitution, Clearwire

News to know: Green Silicon Valley, Napping datacenters, Craigslist prostitution, Clearwire

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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.

Harry Fuller: Silicon Valley seeing green

Chris Jablonski: "Napping" data centers could cut energy use by 75%

Sam Diaz: Sheriff: Craigslist is "single largest source of prostitution"

Larry Dignan: Clearwire: The race between Wimax expansion and cash burn is on

Sean Portnoy: Sony debuts Blu-ray player with built-in wireless networking support

Christopher Dawson: More Google goodness for educators

Ryan Naraine: Study: Firefox wins browser time-to-patch race

Ryan Stewart: RIA technologies and the downturn

Garett Rogers: Save money with Google Tips

Tom Foremski: Failure in Silicon Valley and the guild of entrepreneurs

Harry Fuller: Hybrids not selling either

Heather Clancy: Gore backs effort to give enviro orgs and advocates Internet domain type

Sam Diaz: RNC: Shortage of tech workers to build platforms, apps

Jason Perlow: Microsoft: Litigate on FAT, and you'll be the next Unisys

Heather Clancy: Report: Yes, some businesses still throw e-waste in the dumpster

Ryan Naraine: Coming on Patch Tuesday: 3 Windows bulletins, 1 critical

Andrew Nusca: Amazon takes shot at GameStop, starts accepting videogame trade-ins

Dennis Howlett: RightNow: right for now

Sam Diaz: Data: Mail is Yahoo's most-trafficked property, Web leader

Harry Fuller: Public transit money

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: To Serve And Protect The City's Finest, From ID Theft

Harry Fuller: Believe in evolution? Edison, incandescent, flourescent, halogen, LED, then OLED

Dana Blankenhorn: The case against health care reform

Joe McKendrick: Analyst: SOA may have reduced severity of mortgage crisis

Jason Perlow: You're Gonna Need a Bigger Mouse for that Mainframe

Jason D. O'Grady: Installing Mac OS X on a Dell Mini 9- the easy way (Updated 2x)

Andrew Nusca: Asustek evaluating Qualcomm-based Eee PCs

Ed Burnette: Firefox 3.0.7 fixes 47 bugs, 17 critical

Larry Dignan: Looks are everything: Zoho advances Writer 2.0 user interface

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Apple and Psystar file joint motion to enter Stipulated Protective Order

Andrew Nusca: Samsung Q1EX-71G UMPC loses QWERTY, gains 4.5 hours battery life

ZDNet UK: Microsoft in talks over Windows 7 broadband bundles

Dana Blankenhorn: Selling a book with open source shark jumping

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Firefox 3.1 renamed 3.5

Dana Blankenhorn: Open source patent law panhandling

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Everyone loves the Mac mini!

Andrew Storms: What is security transparency?

Dana Blankenhorn: Google Health opens pandora box of PHR sharing

Zack Whittaker: Research in Motion: the surveillance workplace

Dana Blankenhorn: Pre-emption preempted by Justice Thomas

Why Apple doesn't make a netbook

Michael Krigsman: Podcast -Roche CIO discusses IT, consultants, and the Devil's Triangle

ZDNet UK: SAP and IBM offer joint cloud migration

Andrew Nusca: Rumor: Palm Pre 'officially' delayed (UPDATED with Palm response)

Larry Dignan: RIM carves out its own App World: Will it work?

Christopher Dawson: K-12 textbooks in for a big change

Dan Kuznetsky: Virtual Computer NxTop Beta

Christopher Dawson: The 7" Eee is going away? That's OK

Larry Dignan: Parsing the hardware landscape: x86 servers, PCs and laptops

Topics: Tablets, Browser, Data Centers, Emerging Tech, Hardware, Laptops, Mobility, Storage

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