News to know: Google Tablet; Mobile OS updates; iPad; Murdoch; Office 2010

Google Tablet and mobile updates top today's headlines
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Larry Dignan: Google tablet: Pondering the designs, interface

Sam Diaz: Google to Apple: I see your mobile update and raise you one

Larry Dignan: Apple's iPad: A hit with business users?

Sam Diaz: Murdoch: Tablets, e-readers and smartphones are "lifeless" without content

Mary Jo Foley: Office 2010: RTM's getting closer

Larry Dignan: Why Facebook's HipHop for PHP is important

Oliver Marks: Adobe's Creative Legacy & the Proprietary Aspirations of Apple & Google

Janice Chen: Olympus announces Pen E-PL1, consumer Micro Four-thirds compact interchangeable lens camera

Christopher Dawson: Why is cyberbullying different?

Janice Chen: Fujifilm announces spring 2010 FinePix digital camera lineup

Janice Chen: Fujifilm's new high-end FinePix megazooms: 10x, 18x, and 30x

Jason D. O'Grady: iTunes 9.0.3 out; safe for JB devices

Harry Fuller: Climate scientist and his East Anglia university in deeper trouble

Rachel King: Dell unveils Latitude 13, thinnest commercial business laptop; ULV, SSD, Citrix-ready

Sean Portnoy: Fujitsu releases LifeBook T900 tablet PC with Core i5, i7 CPUs and miniscule LifeBook UH900 multitouch netbook

Robin Harris: Colossus: The Apple Project

Harry Fuller: Are there ideas creeping up on the American economy that will strengthen greentech?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: NVIDIA confirms Fermi retail name - GeForce GTX 480 and GeForce GTX 470

Larry Dignan: HP rolls out 20-foot datacenter pod

Dana Gardner: The Open Group's Cloud Work Group advances understanding of cloud-use benefits for enterprises

Michael Krigsman: Business intelligence success, ROI, and failure

Heather Clancy: Server room with a green tech view

Phil Wainewright: Most inane customer service #fail ever

Andrew Nusca: Sony debuts 15-inch Vaio E: Intel Core i3, vibrant colors, $800

Jennifer Leggio: Foursquare as a dating companion?

Ryan Naraine: Code execution holes in iPhone OS, iPod Touch

Christopher Dawson: An App Store for Google Edu Apps, too?

Mary Jo Foley: What's new in Windows Mobile 6.5.3

Sam Diaz: Showcasing enhanced mobile audio: "Yes, I can hear you now."

CNET: Mozilla weighs privacy warnings for Web pages

Sam Diaz: The biggest ripoff: text message beats movie popcorn

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple's Blu-ray fiasco: the iTunes conflict

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Apple pushes out second firmware "fix" for 27-inch iMac flicker problem

Mary Jo Foley: Troubleshooting Windows 7 deployments: Maybe two trips to Vegas are in my future

Dana Blankenhorn: HealthIT getting more money from 2011 budget

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Build your own Home Theater PC (HTPC) ... for under $600!

Rachel King: JVC updates Everio camcorder line with new GZ-HM340; priced under $500

Dana Blankenhorn: Sleep study tells old-timers to party hearty

Andrew Nusca: Social security numbers: why it's easier than ever to steal them

Rachel King: NEC MultiSync PA241W delivers 1920 x 1200 resolution, 178-degree viewing angles

Dana Blankenhorn: For government open source is a make-or-buy decision

Dana Gardner: Security, simplicity and control ease make desktop virtualization ready for enterprise uptake

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft delivers beta of 'Xdrive' tool for moving Windows apps to the Azure cloud

Rachel King: Olympus unveils pairs of megazoom and durable pocket digital cameras

Dana Blankenhorn: Facebook PHP shows value in open source equity

Paul Greenberg: Customer Service = Human, Heartwarming

Rachel King: Canon Rebel T2i DSLR might debut some time next week

Dan Kusnetzky: Computacenter, an Embotics customer profile

Matthew Miller: Review: Sprint Overdrive rocks 4G at more than double 3G speeds

Larry Dignan: The future of... data encryption

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