News to know: CES 2010, Microsoft, HP, Facebook scams, Google

CES 2010, Microsoft, HP, Facebook scams and Google spyware are among Thursday's headliners.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

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:

CES 2010:

AT&T hurries along 3G network upgrade, but NY, SF still hurting; Here's why

Sam Diaz: Android's potential is reason enough to celebrate Nexus One

Ryan Naraine: Researcher exposes Google spyware connections

Dennis Howlett: Enterprise 2.0: it's not about people it's about process. Part 1

Michael Krigsman: Enterprise systems: "Time to stop the madness"

Sam Diaz: Verizon CEO talks 4G, importance of iPhone alternatives

Reports: DOJ to review Comcast-NBCU; hearings to begin in weeks

Oliver Marks: Twitter: Tragedy of the Commons

CNet News: Netflix, Warner Bros. rejigger online movie renting

Vanity Fair on Twitter fame: Twembarrassing

David Morgenstern: Mac OS X Server: Long names, spaces bad, bad, bad

Janice Chen: Panasonic announces two new Lumix ultracompacts: FP3 and FP1

Andrew Mager: Interview with Blippy co-founder Philip Kaplan (invites)

Christopher Dawson: Intel commits $200 million to math/science ed

Best Buy eliminates Napster CEO, president positions

Kingsley-Hughes: Is Apple now abusing its iPhone/App Store market position?

Gawker: AOL Lusts for the Brad Pitt of the Blogosphere (and His Company)

Jason O'Grady: TCO: How the Nexus One stacks up

Garett RogersGoogle vs. the wireless industry

Matthew Miller: Hands-on first impressions of the Google Nexus One

Dennis Howlett: Gartner acquiring Burton: the podcast

Harry Fuller: Auto industry: the 2010 model

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Google/HTC Nexus One centerfold

Heather Clancy: Solar industry wants to do its part

Joe McKendrick: Design-time governance killed in the cloud?

Dana Blankenhorn: Copyright assignment in the wake of myOracle

Dave Greenfield: ActionBase Structures Unstructured Conversations for SharePoint

ReadWriteWeb: Welcome to the Age of Robot Reporters

Cybersitter suit accuses China, PC makers of software piracy

Cult of Mac: Rumor: Apple employee says Tablet UI has “steep learning curve”

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