News to know: FTC vs. botnets; Microsoft; Apple WWDC; Twitter

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

Ryan Naraine: FTC shuts down notorious botnet ISP. FTC statement

Mary Jo Foley: Kojax/Kirana: What Microsoft should have announced at JavaOne

Russian antitrust unit targets Microsoft over XP availability

Analyst says economy leading some users to bypass Office 2007

CNet News: Six months later, no ISPs joining RIAA piracy fight  

Mac World: Lab test: $999 MacBook outpaces pricier models  

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Snow Leopard and Windows 7: Two flavors of the same GUI?

Predictions for Apple's WWDC


Zack Whittaker: Windows 7 saves Microsoft, but will it rebuild post-Vista spirit?

Brian Sommer: Accounting for success? Darwin meets the green eyeshade world

Time: How Twitter Will Change the Way We Live 

Larry Dignan: Time says Twitter will change our lives; I Tweeted that I puked

Jason O'Grady: Apple patent details iPhone media sharing

All Facebook: Facebook Removes Regional Network Privacy and Visibility Settings 

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: MacBook sale, Sony Walkman, Nikon Coolpix

Gallery: Dress rehearsal for Opera 10 beta

Christopher Dawson: Overcoming the laptop wall

Future of netbooks, laptops unfolds at Computex

Paul Greenberg: Excerpt #2: Customer Experience - Chap 21 from CRM @ The Speed of Light, 4th ed.

Harry Fuller: Green boom busted?

Garett Rogers: Google unleashes Google Squared

Sam Diaz: Can a startup challenge Google on the re-invention of e-mail?

Richard KomanJudge rejects telecom cases but Al-Haramain moves forward

Intuit drops restrictions on Quickbooks app development

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