News to know: Cisco; Kindle DX; MySpace; Microsoft

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily.

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: Cisco's third quarter: Better than expected; Sales down; Economic recovery 'eventual'

Andrew Nusca: Amazon Kindle DX: The solution to a problem that doesn't exist

Amazon launches the Kindle DX

Ryan Naraine: Critical security hole in Google Chrome

Layoffs hit Microsoft security unit

John Morris: Dell laptops get WiMax, HP says it's still too soon

Forrester: Can Open Text turn the page on Vignette's recent history?

Jennifer Bergen: HyperMac external battery gives juice to MacBooks for up to 32 hours

Matthew Miller: It's official; T-Mobile G1 Android 1.5 update coming next week

Larry Dignan: Rupert Murdoch: Worst over; MySpace exec changes will regain momentum

Diaz: Google to Congress: We can help news publishers - if they embrace opportunities

CNET News: Google: We're good for journalism  

EU lawmakers vote to introduce net neutrality

Dennis Howlett: NEXT09: Where are we in the social enterprise?

Dave GreenfieldHD Telephony: The Next Big Step?

The Real Reason Why Acme Packet Bought Covergence

Deep inside Wolfram Alpha

Screenshots: a tour of Wolfram Alpha (right)

Matthew Miller: The AT&T Nokia E71x is actually a great buy at $99.99

Jason Perlow: Lego Brick Virtualization

Jennifer Leggio: Is Twitter the new business card?

Gadget Gal's daily deals: iPod nano, Samsung LCD monitor/HDTV, HP PhotoSmart


Dana Gardner: Active Endpoints' new ActiveVOS 6.2 offers ‘MultiSite' BPM capabilities

Silicon Alley InsiderTop iPhone Apps Make $400 to $5,000 Per Day On Ads 

Dana Blankenhorn: Certification the tip of the health reform spear

Michael KrigsmanResearch: Gov't lacks oversight on services contracts

Beware hidden costs in your IT department

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Microsoft's latest "Laptop Hunter" ad

Paul GreenbergPhiladelphia Flyers Rock! - When It Comes To Customer Experience, That Is

GigaOm: After Long Delays, In-Flight Broadband Is Taking Off 

Jason O'Grady: Apple should acquire...

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