News to know: Skype; reCAPTCHA; Oracle Q1; Zune HD; Bing

News to know: Skype; reCAPTCHA; Oracle Q1; Zune HD; Bing

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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: Report: Skype founders sue eBay; could complicate Skype sale

Andrew Mager: Google buys reCAPTCHA: Digitize old books and fight spam

Sam Diaz: Oracle's Q1: "We grew faster than SAP"

Matthew Miller: Hands on: 32GB Zune HD walk around and first impressions

Sam Diaz: Bing usage jumps 22 percent, now at 10 percent share

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft launches a 'private cloud' blog

Sam Diaz: Washington finally embraces tech; the benefits will be here soon

Zack Whittaker: Could Internet filtering cause more harm than good?

Matthew Miller: Opera Mini 5 beta released for BlackBerry and Java phones

Brian Sommer: Interview with Microsoft's Seth Patton

Dancho Danchev: Phishers introduce 'Chat-in-the-Middle' fraud tactic

Jason Perlow: Skooba Design backpack sweeps you through security

Harry Fuller: GridWeek--this is not about football

ZDNet UK: Intel to help with Chrome for netbooks

Larry Dignan: The Adobe-Omniture deal: Does it make sense?

Andrew Nusca: VIA unveils SurfBoard NetNote netbook with 1080p playback

CNET: New scam adds live chat to phishing attack

Harry Fuller: Current EPA regime to revisit previous smog rulings

Andrew Nusca: Sony A-series Walkman is thinnest yet; 64GB, OLED, noise cancellation

Dana Gardner: Jericho Forum aims to guide enterprises through risk mitigation landscape for cloud adoption

Brian Sommer: Microsoft's Project 2010

Jennifer Bergen: Are you suffering from BlackBerry Tour trackball problems?

Sam Diaz: Facebook ranks in privacy poll; Users like control of their content

Tom Foremski: Staff are causing security breaches by using their own mobile phones says survey

Jennifer Leggio: IDC forecasts $1.6 billion online community software market by 2013

Andrew Nusca: Tweet: Google to buy Brightcove for $500 to $700 million

Jennifer Leggio: Eight top picks from TechCrunch50

Dana Blankenhorn: Max Baucus' bet on John Castellani

Matthew Miller: Celio announces REDFLY driver for BlackBerry coming soon

Joe McKendrick: First there was WS-*, now we have REST-*

Jason D. O'Grady: Time to ditch the optical drive, once and for all

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft confirms notification of EU about its Yahoo search deal

Richard Koman: EU, US looking at MSFT-YHOO search deal: Is competition for GOOG anticompetitive?

Michael Krigsman: Social CRM reality check

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Philips universal remote, Logitech keyboard, Kodak EasyShare digital camera

Andrew Nusca: Seagate debuts first consumer NAS with FreeAgent DockStar

ZDNet UK: ARM targets Intel with 2GHz multicore chips

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft starts warning of support phase-out for older Windows Server releases

ZDNet Asia: Web 2.0 sites - prime target for attacks, report

Larry Dignan: HP bolsters networking lineup

Dana Blankenhorn: If you liked Microsoft CodePlex you will love MySpace FoxForge

Phil Wainewright: Adobe ties web design to business results

Dana Blankenhorn: ClarkConnect becomes ClearOS

Heather Clancy: IBM opens up systems framework for energy companies

Sean Portnoy: Seagate tries to stay relevant in living rooms with FreeAgent Theater+ HD media player

Dan Kusnetzky: Citrix adds virtual machine delivery to XenApp's bag of tricks

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Is browser speed now an irrelevant metric? No!

Dan Kusnetzky: Web conferencing blues

Christopher Dawson: Will online education kill the university?

TR Dojo: Disable AutoRun on Windows XP and Vista with a quick registry hack

Topics: Security, Browser, Software, Oracle, Mobility, Microsoft, Hardware, Google, Collaboration, Social Enterprise

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