News to know: Droid; BlackBerry; Mac; Firefox fixes; SAP

Here are today’s notable headlines: Motorola Droid dominates. SAP, Microsoft and Apple are other 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 see BNET’s around-the-Web tech coverage.:

Andrew Nusca: With Motorola Droid, Verizon puts doubts about Google Android platform to rest [review]

Motorola Droid vs. Apple iPhone 3GS vs. Palm Pre [spec shootout]

With BlackBerry Storm2, RIM wins the battle but loses the smartphone war [review]

Sprint to try hand at 3G netbooks; launch trial in 5 markets

Robin Harris: Long-term Mozy for Mac review

Facebook: Facebook Platform: A Roadmap for the Future

Ed Bott: Internet TV goes live on Windows 7 Media Center

Brian Sommer: Cloud-to-Cloud Integration - Another Big ERP Challenge!

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's Windows 7 challenge: Selling Live services (without being sued)

AppleInsider: Apple predicted to sacrifice ‘sweetheart’ AT&T deal for Verizon

Oliver Marks: Jive hits SBS 4: SharePoint in Rear View Mirror

Ryan Naraine: Firefox hit by multiple drive-by download flaws

Larry Dignan: Yahoo, Microsoft extend negotiations for search pact

Juniper steps up Cisco assault

SAP: Enterprise software market 'difficult'; Emerging markets weak

Intel, Numonyx claim memory breakthrough

Gallery: NASA launches next-gen rocket test

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Intel pulls new SSD firmware day after release

Sam Diaz: Yahoo gains respect, credibility as news outlet; looks to expand offerings

Ryan Naraine: Opera browser dinged by code execution flaw

Paula Rooney: Microsoft partners to allow Eclipse interop on Win7, WinServer 2008 R2, Azure

Venture Beat: Augmented reality company Layar gets $1M boost, launches on Symbian

Heather Clancy: Scientific Energy adds energy-measurement module to commercial building commissioning application

Andrew Mager: Fake Google Chrome OS looks a lot like Ubuntu

How to revert your Facebook home page back to show live status updates

Twitter now explains trending topics

Gallery: Best iPhone business apps (right)

Dan Kusnetzky:Revisiting the topic of Office versus OpenOffice.Org

Janice Chen: Canon 7D glitch produces ghosted images

Zack Whittaker: Facebook freezes deceased person's profiles

Kingsley-Hughes: Modern Warfare 2 - A game too far?

Brainstorm Tech: Apple's 2009 ad budget: Half a billion

BoomTown: Exclusive: CBS Digital CEO Smith to Leave to Start a Silicon Valley Advisory Firm (First Customer?  CBS)

Dana Blankenhorn: What the DoD now says about open source

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