News to know: Apple, VMWare, Earth Day, Kaiser, MySpace

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Written by Sam Diaz, Inactive

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.

Sam Diaz: Apple beats for Q2; Best non-holiday quarter; Netbook hardware 'junky'

Larry Dignan: VMware's first quarter better than expected

Harry Fuller: Earth Day: the most crucial issue

Dana Blankenhorn: Kaiser pats itself on the back for Health IT platform

Sam Diaz: MySpace co-founder agrees to step down as CEO

Larry Dignan: eBay: Operating smarter?

Andrew Nusca: Sun CEO's full e-mail to staff; 'not the end of the road'

Sam Diaz: Cisco's Chambers says security can no longer be an after-thought

Andrew Nusca: Twitter alters follow rules; stuns developers

Christopher Dawson: How do we prepare kids for Obama's "Green Jobs"?

Jason D. O'Grady:Apple disses netbooks, again

Sam Diaz: Report: Fraud and deception at Satyam was deep

Richard Koman: Analyst: Breach revelations part of campaign for new funds, powers

ZDNet UK: Linux leader: Oracle-Sun good news for Linux

Jason D. O'Grady: The biggest market for the iTablet: healthcare

RIchard Koman: Congress eyes LimeWire over inadvertant P2P breaches

Dana Blankenhorn: How would you change HIPAA data protection rule

Jason D. O'Grady: 'Minor' MacBook and Mac Pro updates on tap for WWDC

Zack Whittaker: Google offer scholarship for disabled students

Jason D. O'Grady: Enabling half-star ratings in iTunes

Matthew Miller: Should the US government impose wireless fee limits like the EU?

Jennifer Bergen: Amazon Kindle 2: The real cost behind the machine

Harry Fuller: Pols fighting over greenhouse gas, emit hot air

Paula Rooney: Open source NFS client on tap for Windows?

Chris Jablonski: Distance Lab seeking couples to test drive 'intimacy' device

Jennifer Leggio: 140-character assassination: Are disclaimers and disclosures needed, or even possible, on Twitter?

Andrew Nusca: Chemical mind hacking: legit, or corporate cheating?

Dana Blankenhorn: Are any open source projects too big to lose

Mary Jo Foley: What is Microsoft Advertising (with a capital 'A')?

Heather Clancy: UPDATED: HolidayLEDs celebrates Christmas on Earth Day

Larry Dignan: RSA: Will there be a digital Pearl Harbor?

Dana Blankenhorn: Apache releases new version of OFBiz

Heather Clancy: Research: Thumbs-up for IT's attention to energy efficiency, thumbs-down for lifecycle management

Matthew Miller: The iPhone is clearly the king of 3rd party apps

Dana Blankenhorn: Red Hat maps dispel some open source myths

Heather Clancy: Toshiba offers some Earth Day incentives to spur online notebook purchases

ZDNet UK: Botnet contains 1.9 million infected computers

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Shock horror! Amazon makes profit on Kindle 2 sales!

Zack Whittaker: Microsoft promotes social responsibility

Larry Dignan: Yahoo analysts play deal or no deal on Microsoft search pact

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Do you spend money on expensive cables?

Larry Dignan: AT&T: First quarter earnings shine; 1.6 million iPhones activated

Andrew Nusca: MSI introduces Macbook Air killer, X-Slim 340

CNET: Cryptography experts debate cloud-computing risks

Larry Dignan: Microsoft exec outlines Windows 7 security

Tom Foremski: A conversation with Trend Micro's Eva Chen

Andrew Nusca: Acer launches smartphones in Asia; wants to be Top 5 by 2012

Dan Kusnetzky: Preventing the old coffee-in-the-keyboard trick

Larry Dignan: Under the Radar: Judging cloud storage startups

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Seagate debuts low-power Barracuda LP 3.5" hard drives

Larry Dignan: Flash memory shocker: Sandisk says prices, demand increasing

Andrew Mager: Would you give up pay or benefits for someone's job?

Christopher Dawson: Even with adult content regulated, Second Life is dead in ed

Dancho Danchev: New ransomware locks PCs, demands premium SMS for removal

Richard Koman: General: NSA doesn't want to control cybersecurity

Ryan Naraine: Mozilla patches a dozen Firefox vulnerabilities

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Samsung 52-inch HDTV, Sony portable DVD player, Dell Vostro A90 netbook

ZDNet UK: Bluetooth 3.0 released - 8X faster

Ed Burnette: Firefox 3.0.9 fixes 67 bugs, 23 critical

Dana Gardner: Progress gives CEP a performance boost with multi-core support on Apama

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