News to know: Google earnings, Microsoft flaws, Kindle Apps, US-China, Firefox 3.6

News to know: Here are today's notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily.
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News to know: Here are today's notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily. For continuous updates are BNET's around-the-Web tech coverage:

Sam Diaz: Google earnings: Strong Q4 but shares dip in after-hours

Ryan Naraine: Microsoft knew of IE zero-day flaw since last September

Jason Perlow: Kindle Apps: You're No Apple Table

Sam Diaz: U.S. stands behind Google, says free access to Internet is foreign policy priority

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Mozilla officially releases Firefox 3.6

Larry Dignan: Oracle's Sun acquisition gets approval from Europe; Strategy session set for Jan. 27

Sam Diaz: NYT's subscription plan: A good formula is a good start

Sean Portnoy: Could Hulu's fee-based programming plans mean it's coming to your TV?

Dancho Danchev: And the most popular password is...

Sam Diaz: Facebook grows up, builds its own data center

Andrew Nusca: With Foursquare for BlackBerry, compete to be 'mayor' of your office

Andrew Nusca: BookBook turns your MacBook into a vintage hardback book

Jason D. O'Grady: Bing on iPhone rumor illustrates Apple's threat to Google (updated)

Andrew Mager: Suggestion engines: the web directory is back

Tom Foremski: Your chair is trying to kill you...

Dion Hinchcliffe: The app store: The new "must-have" digital business model

Heather Clancy: Of mice and monitors: The science of green tech ratings systems

Sam Diaz: AdMob: Android makes impressive gains in Q4

Mary Jo Foley: The consumerization of IT -- and of Microsoft

Andrew Nusca: Apple tablet: 70% won't spend more than $700, survey says

Rachel King: Details and photos leaked on waterproof Sony DSC-TX5 pocket camera

Dana Blankenhorn: A mobile Linux victory dance is premature

Larry Dignan: Can the Kindle work as an app platform?

Rachel King: Talking plate scale tells people when to slow down, stop eating

Sean Portnoy: GefenTV Wireless for HDMI 60Ghz extender transmits 1080p video up to 30 feet away for $999

Dan Kusnetzky: Conversation with Chris Pyle, Champion Solutions Group

Rachel King: YouTube jumps into the film rental market; rentals priced at $3.99

Dana Blankenhorn: Oracle wins mySQL but opponents do not admit defeat

Tom Foremski: Here's how the iPhone could bring jobs to Haiti

Rachel King: Skilled video gamers have bigger brain structures, more success, study says

Rachel King: Amazon unveils kit for software developers to build content for Kindle

Dana Blankenhorn: CCR or CCD, at least there is now a health record standard

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