News to know: XP Mode; Cisco; Comcast; 'Ardi'

News to know: XP Mode; Cisco; Comcast; 'Ardi'

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.

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft releases XP Mode virtualization to manufacturing

Larry Dignan: Cisco doubles down on video conferencing; Acquires Tandberg for $3 billion

CNBC: GE Is in Talks to Spin Off NBC, Give Comcast 51% of New Unit

Microsoft adds consumer-friendly face to its HealthVault platform

Heather Clancy: CDW: Small businesses slowly embracing Green IT

Michael Krigsman: The 'Seven Laws of Projects'

Smart Planet: Meet ‘Ardi,’ the hottest fossil on the international scene

Tom Foremski: Krakow - Poland: An emerging R&D center for US companies

Dana Gardner: Cloud computing by industry: Novel ways to collaborate via extended business processes

Jason Perlow: Karmic Koala: That's One Seriously Fast Marsupial

Robert Scoble: Google Wave crashes on beach of overhype

Dancho Danchev: MS Security Essentials test shows 98% detection rate for 545k malware samples

Andrew Mager: Threadsy: bringing all your messaging together

Andrew Nusca: Dell introduces Vostro 430 mini desktop for SMBs; Core i7, $699

Kingsley-Hughes: Google Chrome update doesn't remove older, vulnerable version

Janice Chen: Fujifilm launches Real 3D W1 camera and 3D V1 viewer

Technology Review: Wireless Network Modded to See Through Walls

CNet News: How Yahoo is betting its cloud will pay off

Sean Portnoy: Asus, QNAP release new 1080p HD media streamers

Rachel King: How to take better sporting event photos

Gallery: LG's 3-in. 'Pop' touch smartphone offers solar power, glassy appearance

Larry Dignan: Percentage of Internet users clicking on display ads halved in two years

Richard Koman: Uniloc will appeal loss of $388m verdict against Microsoft

Dan Kusnetzky: Goodbye, OpenOffice.Org. I'm going back to MS Office

Jason Perlow: Alas, Poor Blackberry, I knew him.

Dana Gardner: Kapow and StrikeIron team-up to offer web data services capabilities to SMBs

Security Fix: Hackers Breach Payroll Giant, Target Customers

Jason O'Grady: Apple acquires map purveyor Placebase

Jennifer Bergen: Sony supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month with pink products

Christopher Dawson: Those darned kids and their multitasking

Chris Jablonski: Scientists replicate the physics of a stellar jet in laboratory

Nvidia: Next big supercomputer player?

Heather Clancy: The power of choice: APC ALSO is shipping a timer-controlled surge protector

Aussie power grid threatened by virus

Paula Rooney: GroundWork Monitor 6.0 offers new view into virtual data center

AT&T acquires VeriSign's security consulting unit

Gallery: Fitbit: Wireless personal trainer

Foley: Microsoft shuffles its advertising engineering deck

Open source groups to merge

Harry Fuller: What powers the richest Americans?

Richard Koman: America backs away from the Internet with a whimper

Social networking brings relief to typhoon victims

Topics: Google, Browser, Cisco, Microsoft, Mobility, Wi-Fi, Windows

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