News to know: FCC and Apple, AT&T; Windows 7; SAP; iPhoto vs. Picasa

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.

Larry Dignan: FCC eyes AT&T, Apple rejection of Google Voice apps (full text of letters)

Apple patches iPhone SMS flaw

David Morgenstern: Visioning Apple's netbook futures

Ed Bott: Microsoft sticker shock: Anytime Upgrade, Family Pack details

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows 7 web browser ballot mock-up ... thoughts

Rachel King: iPhoto vs. Picasa: Which is the better editing program?

Brian Sommer: How Earnouts are Costing Huron its CEO, CFO and CAO

Jason Perlow: CentOS: Getting Their Act Together is a Top Priority

Anil Dash: Apple: Secrecy Does Not Scale

Gallery: Dead-Finger Tech

Sam Diaz: Dead-Finger Tech: The DVR continues to be a life-changer

Tom Foremski: Lack of media monitoring by Apple = arrogance

Judge changes her mind: Tenenbaum is liable

Washington Post: With Twitter's Arrival, NFL Loses Control of Image Game

Dana Blankenhorn: Educators climb open source Operation Matterhorn

Larry Dignan: Where's the tipping point for on-demand ERP?

Sean Portnoy: Samsung, LG unveil cool new LED-backlit HDTVs

Microsoft's Project Natal for business: In your dreams

Paul Murphy: Reformulating Murphy's law

Christopher Dawson: Ridiculous lawsuit against Amazon

Andrew Nusca: LG unveils ultraslim 'seamless' SL80, SL90 L


David Morgenstern: Older MacBooks soon to handle Mini DisplayPort displays

Dan Kusnetzky: Pivot3 - a different take on unified computing

Chris Jablonski: Scientists create 'transparent aluminum,' call it a new state of matter

Heather Clancy: McKinsey: Saving energy could have huge economic impact

Dan KusnetzkyLiving with the Adkaf

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Kingston DataTraveler 64GB flash drive, iRobot Roomba, Western Digital 320GB hard drive

Sample photos: Olympus Stylus Tough 8000

Larry Dignan: Netezza launches new data warehouse appliance family

TechCrunchWall Street Journal Creating New “LinkedIn Killer” Called WSJ Connect

Zack Whittaker: A £10bn national ID card scheme vs. £65m cuts in higher education

Techdirt: Skype Founders Claim eBay No Longer Has A Right To Skype's Core Tech

Microsoft confirms Windows 7 activation leak

Dana Blankenhorn: A Linux credit card

Nasa hacker loses bid to avoid extradition