News to know: Hitachi, Motorola woes; SAP suite; Skype 4.0; Dell virtualization deal

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

Andrew Nusca: Hitachi posts $4.1 billion quarterly loss

Larry Dignan: Motorola's mobile device revenue tanks in fourth quarter

Dennis Howlett: SAP to announce Business Suite 7

Andrew Nusca: Skype 4.0 released, with full-screen video calling

Sam Diaz: Dell cuts deal to expand data center virtualization

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple may allow iPhone apps to run in the background

Garett Rogers: Google Earth: Now in 4D

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Ordered my first Dell ...

Larry DIgnan: VMware launches open source virtual desktop software; Assessing the fallout

Jason D. O'Grady: Multi-touch on the G1 (despite Apple's patent)

Joe McKendrick: A 'service-oriented architecture' for data makes sense

Christopher Dawson: The Classmate goes on a new adventure

jason D. O'Grady: Firefox 3.0.6 for Mac now available

Christopher Dawson: New Google Earth features host of educational tools

Larry Dignan: Google on trial in Italy: Should it prevent video publication without consent?

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Wolff: Murdoch Thinks 'All Day' About Buying NY Times. May Get It.

Mary Jo Foley: What's Microsoft hiding in its Skybox in the cloud?

IT Dojo: Five signs that you aren't cut out to be a support tech

Adam O'Donnell: The psychological impact of false positives

Brian Sommer: Got Capital? Lumigent got plenty in a rough market

Zack Whittaker: Microsoft Semblio makes its debut; it won't take off

Harry Fuller: The future could be a gas with Carbon Science

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's Windows 7 line-up: The good, the bad and the ugly

Matthew Miller: Keep dreaming and hoping, we won't see an Apple tablet anytime soon

Dave Greenfield: Gmail Gets Move To and Auto-Complete

Matthew Miller: Cage match: Windows Mobile vs. Google Android

Jason Perlow: You know the economy is really bad when the Stollen is Stolen

Christopher Dawson: Is it possible to build a $20 laptop?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Seagate writes off $2.2bn Maxtor goodwill

Andrew Nusca: IAC misses analyst views; Ask.com unit revenue sinks 19%

Oliver Marks: Collaboration & Partnerships in Orbit

Robin Harris: Quantum holographic storage: it works!

Andrew Nusca: Quicken online goes offline for several hours

Mary Jo Foley: Can the cloud save Windows Mobile?

Dana Blankenhorn: SkyOS faces choice of go open source or go away

Andrew Nusca: What if there was no Google? A lesson in monoculture

David Morgenstern: Microsoft vs. Apple: Beware of your 'killer instinct'

Michael Krigsman: A tale of consulting arrogance

Matthew Miller: Motorola CEO states Windows Mobile 7 coming in 2010, is that too late for Microsoft?

Dan Kusnetzky: Parallels' Summit 2009 Other Keynotes

Janice Chen: Best of the new Nikon Coolpix announcements

Andrew Nusca: Toshiba's iPhone-slayer: TG01 touchscreen smartphone debuts

Dana Blankenhorn: Disrupting rush to the medical home model

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Building an Intel Core i7 system just got cheaper

Matthew Miller: T-Mobile G1 RC33 update rolling out OTA, not the cupcake update

Dan Kusnetzky: Parallels' Summit 2009 Serguei Beloussov Keynote

Heather Clancy: U.S. wields larger influence on sustainable companies list

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