News to know: Spooky scareware; Ubuntu; Apple; Motorola

News to know: Spooky scareware; Ubuntu; Apple; Motorola

Summary: Here are today’s notable headlines: Scary software, orange gadgets for Halloween, Microsoft and Ubuntu.

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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.:

Dancho Danchev: Phishing experiment sneaks through all anti-spam filters

Spooky Halloween - scareware or crimeware?

Andrew Nusca: With Chargify, Web 2.0 and SaaS businesses can bill with ease

Christopher Dawson: Ubuntu 9.10 = easiest, cheapest upgrade ever

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: What's the key to Apple's success?

Apple headset with media player patent--photos (right)

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft adds more choices for developers targeting its Azure cloud

Heather Clancy: Software integration eases green product design

Doug Hanchard: Traffic management: New Internet coming to your local roads

Venture Beat: Nokia to invade U.S. market — will launch new phone with AT&T

Larry Dignan: Motorola's Jha clarifies MotoBlur, Android 2.0 conundrum (Cliq vs. Droid)

DSL Reports: AT&T: No, We Didn't Misconfigure Our 3G Network

Reuters: McAfee profit rises

Amazon's PayPhrase: Can it juice Amazon Checkout, Payments?

Paul Greenberg: RightNow Right Now is Right On

Internet TV in Windows 7 Media Center (gallery) Ed Bott: Internet TV goes live on Windows 7 Media Center

Dana Gardner: Separating core from context brings high returns in legacy application transformation

Facebook users targeted by Zeus banking Trojan

Google: Our response to the FCC on Google Voice

MSM blog image gallery (right)

Juniper Networks makes its move; Rolls out processor, router, network operating system revamp

Reuters: Microsoft seen as Diller's best bet for Ask.com

Rachel King: How to capture vibrant fall foliage with your digital camera

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Sony recalls 69,000 Vaio AC adapters

Dana Blankenhorn: Qualcomm joins open source movement at head of parade

Nintendo to supersize DSi handheld

Topics: Hardware, Apple, Browser, Microsoft, Mobility, Open Source, Windows

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