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News to know: Cisco's outlook; Web 2.0 Summit; WinHEC; Google-Yahoo

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Larry Dignan: Cisco's Chambers breaks out economic downturn playbook; Eyes cost cuts as demand dries upSam Diaz: Web 2.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor on

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

Larry Dignan: Cisco's Chambers breaks out economic downturn playbook; Eyes cost cuts as demand dries up

Sam Diaz: Web 2.0 Summit: Focus on solving problems, not overnight fortunes.

Ryan Naraine: Remote buffer overflow bug bites Linux Kernel

Mary Jo Foley: WinHEC: Microsoft shows off Windows 7 fundamentals

Jason Perlow: Google: it’s time to get Real

Adam O'Donnell: Obama-related spammed trojan propagating worldwide

Larry Dignan: Google calls it quits on the Yahoo ad deal; Will Microsoft enter the picture?

Dignan: Apple to pay Fadell $300,000 as advisor; Can't solicit workers for a year if leaves

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: First look at "Porn Mode" for Firefox 3.1

Sam Diaz: Election coverage sets Web record; Facebook releases data

Roland Piquepaille:Swiping a card to check your health

Joe McKendrick: Conflict between Rich Internet Apps and SOA? Say it isn't so

John Morris: Gateway MC series: The best deal on a 16-inch notebook?

Zack Whittaker: MI6 searching for the next generation

Sean Portnoy: Now hear this: Toshiba's new TLP-X200U projector is first with voice guidance

Heather Clancy: Survey: Still no clear mind-share leader when it comes to green IT

Janice Chen: New Olympus E-30 digital SLR camera announced

BusinessWeek: New Samsung Phone: a Real iPhone Killer?

Software as a service: It should be the best of times, but it isn't

Video: Using social media to help ride out the downturn

Matthew Miller: BlackBerry Bold available for FREE at Wal-Mart

Jason O'Grady: Briefcase 1.1 preview

TechRepublic: 10 Linux desktops you shouldn't overlook

Dana Blankenhorn: Open source valuations remain birdseed

Christopher Dawson: Who wants multi-touch? I think I just might.

How to: merging iTunes libraries between users (right)

Tom Foremski: SugarCRM wants to be the Linux of the CRM world

Steve O'Hear: Careful what you say on Twitter - delete option removed? (updated)

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