News to know: CES; The year ahead; Green tech; Nexus One

CES; 2010 previews and Nexus One are among Monday's key headliners.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

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:

Andrew Nusca: CES 2010 preview: Six trends to watch for at this year's


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

Heather Clancy: Whither Green IT strategy in 2010? Latest Forrester researc

h shows renewed enthusiasm

David Morgenstern:The best after-holiday guide to practical hardware and Mac tchotchkes

Garett Rogers: Googled: Google prepping social search tool

En route to GPS-based air traffic control (images)

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Interesting usage share shakeup during December

David Morgenstern: Apple: Best Whatever of the Decade, Year

Dan Kusnetzky : Why do suppliers rely on voice reponse systems?

Jennifer Leggio: 11 Twitter Tips - Job Search in 140 Characters

Andrew Nusca: With TOTALe, Rosetta Stone brings the social web to language software [review]

TechCrunch: The Tyranny Of Government And Our Duty Of Confidentiality As Bloggers

Jeremy Allison: Still Livin' La Vida Linux

WSJ: Broadcasters Aim to Put Live TV on Mobile Devices

AdAge: Can Google Sell -- and Market -- a Smartphone?

NY Times: Impact of ‘iSlate’ Could Rival iPhone

Dana Gardner: Getting on with 2010 and celebrating ZapThink's 10-year ann


Matthew Miller: Firefox Mobile RC 1 now available for Nokia N900

First look at Firefox Mobile (right)

Threat Level: The Decade's 10 Most Dastardly Cybercrimes

David Morgenstern: The best after-holiday guide to practical hardware and Mac tchotchkes

Smart Planet: Russia plans project to stop asteroid collision with Earth

Joe McKendrick:Three reasons SOA will boost outsourcing

Tom Foremski: The top event of the noughties...the dotcom dotbomb and the prick that burst the bubble

Harry Fuller: Global Warming: Winners and Losers

Washington Post: Pentagon computer-network defense command delayed by congressional concerns

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