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News to know: Green PCs, IT; IBM; Nokia; Apple

 Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Larry Dignan: IBM launches beta of 'Bluehouse,' eyes Cisco's WebExMatthew Miller: First impressions of the Nokia N96.
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Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:

Larry Dignan: IBM launches beta of 'Bluehouse,' eyes Cisco's WebEx

Matthew Miller: First impressions of the Nokia N96. Gallery (right).

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft extends XP downgrade rights date by six months

John Morris: The quad-core laptops are here . . . sort of

Ed Bott: Slimming down the bloated iTunes 8 installer

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Put your PC on an energy diet!

Photos: Top 10 reviews of the week

Adam O'Donnell: Dropping the iPhone NDA is good for security

Kingsley-Hughes: SEC investigating fake Steve Jobs heart attack story

Bits: Ask.com Revamps Search Engine9 to 5 Mac: The ‘Brick’ is...

Dan Kusnetzky:Why bother with desktop virtualization?

Dana Blankenhorn: Microsoft bad cop is up against the wall

Dennis Howlett: Mac ready for the enterprise?

TechRepublic: How do I install VMware Workstation 6.5 on Ubuntu 8.04.1 LTS

Garett Rogers: Google releases Chrome 0.3.154

Matthew Miller: T-Mobile clarifies G1 Android pre-order ava

ilability and text messaging question

Jason Perlow: I'm Cookoo about Cucku Backup

Phil Wainewright: Could Zoho outgrow Salesforce.com?

Robin Harris: Techies choose Obama - by a landslide

Paul Murphy: Data Processing scores big success! Linux loses, again!

Device Daily: CERN Launches The Biggest Computing Grid In The World

Betanews: Was the Yahoo/Google deal a ploy to weaken Yahoo?

Zack Whittaker: Student Technology Day: Microsoft CEO's keynote speech

Sean Portnoy: Hands-on review of the Logitech Squeezebox Boom

Christopher Dawson: And the calculator saga continues

Foley: Zune services on Win Mobile = 'Pink'

Jason O'Grady: Apple releases iTunes 8.0.1; Apple TV 2.2

Roland Piquepaille: Using space robots to fix ailing satellites?

Heather Clancy: Wind: A sound investment in unsound times?

Dignan: Hitwise: Microsoft's cash for search program working (sort of)

Michael Krigsman: Stop brain-dead software testing!

Janice Chen: Amazon sets up post-Photokina shop: Canon G10 and 50D now shipping

Paul Murphy: More on wikipedia abuse

Andrew Nusca: Weekend Gadget Guidance: Find speed traps online

Churchill Club podcast: From Cell Phones to Software & Services: One-on-One with Nokia's CEO

Dana Blankenhorn: Our second Linux laptop has a real keyboard

Sean Portnoy: Vudu offers new format to stream 1080p HD movies to its BX100 player

Photos: Nintendo showcases new DS-i, Wii games

Paul Miller: Washington Times amongst newspapers putting semantic technologies to work with help from Inform Technologies

Christopher Dawson: To ESped or not to ESped

Microsoft launches software for cheap Portuguese laptop

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