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:
Larry Dignan: Amazon acquires touch screen startup; Souped up Kindle being planned?
Jason D. O'Grady: Google fires back at Apple with Nexus One update
Sean Portnoy: Comcast changing its name to Xfinity for cable, Internet, phone services
Andrew Nusca: Motorola unleashes Devour Android handset; Motoblur, Verizon
Sam Diaz: Cisco earnings: 'Across the board' sales acceleration
Larry Dignan: IBM buys Initiate; Bets on healthcare IT
Garett Rogers: Google pinches Apple's head
Harry Fuller: Famous geek says his Prius could be dangerous
Rachel King: Adobe strikes back at Apple over iPad/Flash debacle
Christopher Dawson: SMS, social media in for kids; blogging, Twitter out
Matthew Miller: World's most popular smartphone OS, Symbian, is now 100% open and free
Larry Dignan: Yahoo unloads HotJobs to Monster
Andrew Nusca: CD-quality cellular phone calls finally arrive
Tom Foremski: Edelman Survey: Trust in tech industry increases over all others
Rachel King: CBS Outdoor unveils 3D outdoor ads at New York's Grand Central Station
Paul Greenberg: Kick Apps Partners w/NBC Universal, not Conan O'Brien
Ed Bott: Will your new Windows 7 PC support XP Mode?
ZDNet UK: Linux developer explains Android kernel code removal
Tom Foremski: Edelman survey: Trust in all media plunges!
Larry Dignan: AOL: A small profit and a lot of work ahead
Doug Hanchard: Why China, U.S., Canada, U.K, Australia, New Zealand all block internet content
Rachel King: Samsung debuts 2TB EcoGreen F3EG Hard Drive; starting at $179.99
Mary Jo Foley: Windows veteran Mike Nash to leave Microsoft
Harry Fuller: Corn chips or biofuel? Feds push for more ethanol
Dennis Howlett: NetSuite to crack the cloud channel?
Dana Gardner: CERN's evolution toward cloud computing could portend next revolution in extreme IT productivity
Doug Hanchard: The Internet needs a few tweaks and you can help
Rachel King: Fujifilm announces 3D printer system to debut in UK this April
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft, PC makers investigating mounting reports of Windows 7 battery problems
Dion Hinchcliffe: Social CRM: Ground zero for Enterprise 2.0 in 2010
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Is Windows 7 wrecking notebook batteries?
Michael Krigsman: ERP failure: New research and statistics
Rachel King: Neonode to debut touchscreen e-book reader this April
Dana Gardner: BriefingsDirect analysts discuss ramifications of Google-China dust-up over corporate cyber attacks
Joe McKendrick: Is SOA an 'app store' for the enterprise?
Mary Jo Foley: What's behind Microsoft's tinkering with its low-end server line-up?
Dana Blankenhorn: Will China grab open source now?
Podcast: Does the Federal budget have the right tech priorities?
Zack Whittaker: Universities vs. the high-tech exam cheats
Heather Clancy: HP's latest data center POD gooses energy efficiency by up to 50 percent
Rachel King: Toshiba Portege M780 tablet to include Core i-series processors, 8GB RAM
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: It just works ... NOT! Apple's 27-inch iMac woes continue
Rachel King: HP updates Touchsmart 600 Quad series with Intel Core i7
Matthew Miller: Hands on with the myTouch 3G Fender Limited Edition
Dana Blankenhorn: Reformers want meaningful use help for small practices
Dan Kusnetzky: Park Community Federal Credit Union - Double-Take Customer Profile