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Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor on

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.

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Adobe Flash for all smartphones ... except iPhone

Robin Harris: DRAM error rates: nightmare on DIMM street

Phil Wainewright: The as-a-service business model

Matthew Miller: AT&T announces first WM 6.5 devices, the HTC Pure and HTC Tilt 2

Jason Perlow: openSUSE 11.2 M8: What a Fine Lookin' Lizard

Oliver Marks: Collaboration Strategy Shortcomings? Whack the Community Manager

Sam Diaz: P2P legislation is smart next step in piracy education

Jason O'Grady: Dear Palm: Make you own sync software

PA Semi ARM chip bound for Apple tablet

Larry Dignan: IBM targets Google Apps for business, undercuts pricing and touts reliability

Apple Insider: Apple ads hint at thinner iMacs, lighter MacBooks, cheaper Mac minis [u]

Heather Clancy: Gartner research suggests data center energy metrics still mystery to many businesses

Smart Planet: Irony: Poor governance holds back e-government

Sean Portnoy: Consumers only want 3D HDTVs, Blu-ray players if they don't cost extra

Zack Whittaker: Mozilla UX chief: What's next for Mozilla, Firefox and the Web

Foley: Microsoft System Center team primes the beta pump

Garett Rogers: Gmail adds favicons to "enhanced" messages

Digital Daily: Palm Ignores USB Group's Warning, Restores iTunes Sync

NYT: Will Books Be Napsterized?

Gallery: Vintage computers on the auction block

Dave Greenfield: LifeSize PassPort: The First Skype-Compatible Telepresence System

Tom Foremski: When web services go bad: Ticketmaster's outrageous tax on culture - it harms society

James Farrar: Intel to Ireland: Vote Yes to Europe or else......?

Phil Wainewright: Blind to the elephant in the cloud

Harry Fuller: Why on ZDnet?

Andrew Mager: Trendsmap: Real time local Twitter trends

Michael Krigsman: Scholarly interest in IT failure and waste

Paul Murphy: Net Neutrality vs. "do no evil"

Matthew Miller: BlackBerry Desktop for Mac now available with iTunes sync capability

Diaz: SIA: Global chip sales showing sequential growth, hints of recovery

Intuit and Mint promise "no changes"; but maybe a few would be OK

Andrew Nusca: U.S. DOE, EPA, IT pros: $1.1 billion could be saved with green, efficient data centers

TechCrunch: How Microsoft Will Lift Us Out Of the IT-Spending Dumps

Heather Clancy: Is greenhouse gas reporting about to become the next SOX-like IT problem?

Joe McKendrick: How to speak the CIO's language

Photos: Top-rated reviews of the week

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Apple iPod 30GB, 3M micro projector, MartinLogan Helos in-wall speakers

Dana Blankenhorn: Open source and forced obsolescence

Andrew Mager: DMCA takedown forces Google to remove links to Pirate Bay

Will Apple ever make a good mouse?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Amazon clears up Kindle content deletion policy

Vista/IE market share slide, Win 7/Firefox/Chrome surge

Richard Koman: Israeli firm claims patent on URL shortcuts

Foremski: Fewer links mean challenges for Google...

Perlow: Frugal Friday: Groklaw v. Jason Perlow, Ubuntu Karmic Koala, Chrome OS in China, BlackBerry Service Termination, Kickfire 3000 Appliance

TD Bank botches IT system consolidation; Customer havoc ensues

Christopher Dawson: The Open College Textbook Act of 2009

Harry Fuller: Blowin' in the wind, and power under the sun

Dana Blankenhorn: Should shrinks be allowed to prescribe leeches?

Now the fun starts on health reform

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