News to know: Apple's tablet; Quattro Wireless; VMWare; XP discount; EMC; CES

Apple's rumored tablet and a sneak peek at CES top today's headlines.

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:

Sam Diaz: Not an iPhone or Macbook. Apple's Tablet will offer a new experience

Sam Diaz: Report: Apple to acquire Quattro Wireless

Larry Dignan: VMware eyes Zimbra: Desktop ambitions come into focus

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft offers Windows XP, Office XP users 50 percent discount to encourage upgrades

Larry Dignan: EMC picks up Archer Technologies, folds it into RSA

Heather Clancy: Headed to CES? Some green tech companies you should visit there

Andrew Nusca: Skiff e-reader turns newspapers digital with 11.5-inch touchscreen

Gallery: With 11.5-inch touchscreen, Skiff Reader is optimized for newspapers, magazines

Joe McKendrick: New 'Orderly' schema threatens XML dominance?

Dana Blankenhorn: Five more Google New Year resolutions

Joe McKendrick: Welcome to 2010, a year about nothing...

Larry Dignan: The year ahead: Five moving parts behind a 2010 tech recovery

Tom Foremski: 2010 prediction: A media Tsunami is coming...

Greg Sandoval: U2's Bono blames ISPs for piracy

Sean Portnoy: HDTVs/Home theater at CES 2010: What are you most looking forward to?

Forrester: Microsoft will pay i4i but Word won't get left behind

David Morgenstern: Mac mini: Apple's new entry-level server platform?

Andrew Nusca: First capacitive multitouch netbook tablet, Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t, arrives

David Morgenstern: A few terrific Photoshop tips

Paula Rooney: Citrix's Next XenApp due in first half, webcast this week

Ryan Naraine: Adobe working on new automatic (silent) updater

Andrew Nusca: Toshiba mini NB305 netbook offers full-size keyboard, 11 hours of battery life

Larry Dignan: Verizon ups Android ante; Offers 2 Droids for 1 deal

Christopher Dawson: So what's my vision for Dawson's School of Online Learning?

Ryan Naraine: Apple (Snow Leopard) malware blocker collecting cobwebs

Christopher Dawson: Freescale tablet - What was that about 1:1?

CNET: Seesmic buying social update service

Paula Rooney: Samba4 release pushed back to late 2010, 2011?

Rachel King: Freescale announces 7-inch smartbook tablet design

Dana Blankenhorn: The Blumenthal bet in health IT

Dennis Howlett: Enterprise 2.0: Totally Unacceptable

Dana Blankenhorn: Open source needs two strong arms

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Mozilla pushes back Firefox 3.6/4.0 release dates

Paul Greenberg: CRM 2010 Watchlist - Part IIA

Zack Whittaker: Start-up visas to entice 'foreigners with good ideas'

Larry Dignan: Chip sales turn positive in November

Rachel King: Samsung unveils four netbooks running on Intel Pine Trail; up to 12 hours battery life


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