News to know: Apple Tablet; Android; Earnings; Google Voice; Oracle

The buzz around the Apple Tablet and a lineup of earnings 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:

Larry Dignan: Apple's tablet: What happens when the tech lust wears off?

Andrew Nusca: IDC: Android to be No. 2 mobile OS by 2013

Sam Diaz: Yahoo Earnings: "transformative" 2009 leads to "positive momentum" in 2010

Sam Diaz: Google Voice for iPhone: We don't need Apple's stinkin' approval

Larry Dignan: Oracle sues Rimini Street, alleges 'massive theft'; Is third party support dead?

Dana Blankenhorn: Was Jonathan Schwartz a success or failure for Sun?

Rachel King: Comcast wants to be at the top of 3D home entertainment

Doug Hanchard: China's Internet policy begins new arms race

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: ITC probes Apple on patents

Michael Krigsman: Social CRM: The inner meaning

Oliver Marks: Free Virtual Enterprise 2.0 Conference February 2

Mary Jo Foley: When is a Zune phone not really a Zune phone?

Andrew Nusca: Microsoft Zune Phone: Coming to MWC on Feb. 15?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Build a $550 bare-bones gaming PC

Larry Dignan: FCC queries Google, wireless carriers on termination fees

Sam Diaz: Mobile etiquette offenders: Which one are you?

CNET: Report reveals cyberattacks on oil companies

Dana Blankenhorn: Obama enforces trade embargo against open source

David Morgenstern: At war with fonts?

Sam Diaz: Cisco, NetApp, VMWare partner to isolate, secure data

Rachel King: Panasonic unveils four new Lumix pocket digital cameras

Janice Chen: Pentax announces high-design Optio I-10 and H90, plus low-price E90

Brian Sommer: The Changing Software Partner Ecosystem

James Farrar: Edelman: Tech Tops in Trust (and why you should trust ZDNet bloggers more than your grandmother)

Zack Whittaker: Tedious Tuesday: Student brings typewriter to lecture

Rachel King: Leica M9, world's smallest full-frame digital camera, available for pre-order

Ed Bott: Unlock thumbnail previews for Firefox 3.6 on Windows 7

Mary Jo Foley: No. 1 Azure request: Make it cheaper for smaller apps and services

Rachel King: PlayStation 3 stations installed at Hong Kong International Airport

Andrew Nusca: HP Slate: Pictures, video of device; CTO talks prototypes, background

Dana Blankenhorn: Ambidextrousness linked with ADHD and dyslexia

Rachel King: Corel unveils PaintShop Photo Pro X3 editing software; price starting at $79.99

Heather Clancy: Intel extends green power leadership streak

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Google Chrome goes 4.0, adds extensions, bookmark sync and squashes bugs

Dan Kusnetzky: Surgient Cloud Express 30 days to internal cloud

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