News to know: 3D TV; iPad; Android; Google DocVerse; Courier

Best Buy's 3D TV displays and Apple's iPad commercial top today's headlines.
Written by Sam Diaz, Inactive

News to know: Here are today's notable headlines. You can get News to Know via email alert and RSS daily. For continuous updates are BNET's around-the-Web tech coverage:

Sean Portnoy: Best Buy turning hundreds of stores into 3D TV meccas this month

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: iPad: Pre-orders start March 12th, available April 3rd

Garett Rogers: Android Market for business coming next week

Sam Diaz: Google to bridge desktop, cloud apps with DocVerse acquisition

Mary Jo Foley: Business users to get Office 2010 on May 12

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple purges Wi-Fi discovery apps from App Store (updated)

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's Courier: May the best OS win

Paul Murphy: Reconciling Sun's Java investments with Oracle's: a simple suggestion

Matthew Miller: MobileTechRoundup show #199, iPhone out, Palm in, Devour thoughts

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Judge puts Apple/Nokia patent bout on hold

Oliver Marks: SXSW: An A Priori Gold Rush?

Dave Greenfield: Microsoft's Toyota Letter

Zack Whittaker: UK university websites hijacked; selling Viagra etc.

Janice Chen: Panasonic announces G2 and G10 Micro Four Thirds interchangeable lens compact cameras

Matthew Miller: DataViz adds Google Docs support for the iPhone, retakes Office app lead

Sean Portnoy: Shuttle shows off I-Power GXT Mini external graphics solution at CeBIT

Dave Greenfield: The Insecurity of Secure Clouds

Chris Jablonski: 'Microring' wireless devices could nix wires in homes, offices

Joe McKendrick: SOA 'anti-principles' more important than success principles?

David Morgenstern: iPhone: Improving search in Safari

Paula Rooney: Google open source guru says Android code will be in Linux kernel in time

Doug Hanchard: FBI Director on cyber threats: We can't do it alone

Anthony James: Social networking: Think before you link

James Staten: Where your cloud resides matters

Larry Dignan: Is IT a profit center or a cost center? Who cares?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to discontinue its mid-market server line

Zack Whittaker: Mobile 'time of turmoil': Where do the students stand?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft headed back to East Texas to fight another patent infringement case

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Uncrackable' DRM lasts 24 hours

Rachel King: HTC Desire, Legend and HD Mini to be released in the UK in April

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: WARNING! NVIDIA 196.75 drivers can kill your graphics card

Dana Blankenhorn: Can open source make 311 relevant?

Dancho Danchev: Police arrest Mariposa botnet masters, 12M+ hosts compromised

Dion Hinchcliffe: Webciety and Enterprise 2.0: A snapshot of today's social computing conversations

Heather Clancy: IBM picks China for first intelligent energy and utility tech lab

Rachel King: InFocus debuts trio of large LCD panels for the workplace; starts at $1,399

Dana Blankenhorn: Kryptiq fights the HIPAA FUD

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: 'Forgotten Six' highlight Microsoft Browser Ballot flaw

Rachel King: AT&T announces eco-friendly initiative, packaging for wireless devices

Ed Burnette: How to use Multi-touch in Android 2: Part 2, Building the Touch example

Heather Clancy: Another case for ditching spreadsheets as environmental info collection tool

Paul Greenberg: RightNow's New Customer Service Agreement Genuinely Important

Rachel King: Internet Explorer 6 finally laid to rest

Tom Foremski: There has to be a business model in this :)

Joel Evans: RedEye mini dongle turns your iPhone into a remote control

Jason D. O'Grady: Review: AB Sutton leather iPhone case

Dan Kusnetsky: AppDynamics Launches AppDynamics V2

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Monster Hardware! XFX 4GB Radeon HD 5970 Black Edition

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