News to know: Real-time search; JooJoo; Win7; Outsourcing; Yahoo

News to know: Real-time search; JooJoo; Win7; Outsourcing; Yahoo

Summary: Here are today's notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily.

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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:

Sam Diaz: Google beefs up search, enhances mobile, introduces real-time results

Andrew Nusca: Fusion Garage announces JooJoo cloud tablet; swipes at TechCrunch

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft ends discounted Windows 7 Family Pack deal (but maybe not for good)

Phil Fersht: 2010 Predictions for the Outsourcing Industry

Larry Dignan: Yahoo launches ad privacy tool; Here's what it has on you

CNET: Yahoo, Microsoft finalize search agreement

Rachel King: 22-year-old arrested for recording 'New Moon' on digital camera

Phil Wainewright: Windows Azure and the many faces of cloud

Larry Dignan: IBM's Tivoli Live Monitoring Services now available

Jennifer Leggio: Branded communities have yet to evolve, study shows

Joe McKendrick: Applying metrics to enterprise services, or simply getting people to work together

Sam Diaz: Google's favorite places: Now with window sticker bar codes

Doug Hanchard: Iran demonstrations: Plenty of Internet news, but is it reliable?

Andrew Mager: How to seduce your users with web design

Larry Dignan: Follow the money: The ROI Scareware, Spyware, click fraud, pharma spam

Sam Diaz: Virtual conferences bring big savings, demand innovation and creativity

Heather Clancy: Get a grip: Power infrastructure leader updates management software

Andrew Mager: They're letting designers code now?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Annoyed with AT&T dropping your iPhone calls? There's an app for that!

TechCrunch: LaLa Was Bought By Apple For $17 Million, Not $80 Million

Ed Burnette: Larrabee, we hardly knew ye

Heather Clancy: Are greenhouse gas emissions increasing? You can count on it.

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Big Brains: Anders Vinberg

David Morgenstern: Pwgen comes to the Mac

Matthew Broersma: Researchers break into BitLocker

CNET: Facebook forms safety advisory board

Paul Greenberg: Reviewing the 2009 CRM Forecast - Not Bad, Not Great

Zack Whittaker: Nokia to get touchy-feely in 2010

Dana Gardner: TIBCO borrows a Twitter page to bring better information to enterprise workers

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Do Windows users trust Microsoft to keep them safe? Seems the answer is "No!"

Dana Blankenhorn: Will baby boomers drive health IT?

Dennis Howlett: The future of the IT analyst game

Harry Fuller: Copenhagen's carbon footprint and following the money

Christopher Dawson Solving my Classmate problems

Jason D. O'Grady: 1% of App Store inventory removed in ratings scam

Rachel King: Apple in trouble over alleged iPhone camera infringement

Dana Blankenhorn: Can open source and ads save the Palm OS?

Dana Blankenhorn: EtherJet does the Google Wave

Doug Hanchard: Supreme Court of Canada orders new trial for alleged online sexual predator

Larry Dignan: Akamai: Commerce, media customers showing stronger volume

Ed Bott: The 'black screen of death': fact, fiction, or FUD?

Heather Clancy: Danish utility tests gust-guzzling electric vehicles

Dan Kusnetzky: 451 Group survey - user concerns about Oracle's proposed ownership of MySQL

Rachel King: HTC's 2010 Roadmap Leaked

Walt Mossberg: What's new in tech this holiday season?

Topics: Operating Systems, Google, Microsoft, Outsourcing, Software, Windows, Social Enterprise

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