News to know: IE patches; Google Chrome; Adobe; Dell; SAP

IE patches; Google Chrome; LotusLive; Dell; SAP are among Wednesday's headliners.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor on

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Knowvia email alert andRSS daily. For continuous updates see BNET’saround-the-Web tech coverage:

Ryan Naraine: Patch Tuesday: Microsoft plugs IE 'drive-by download' security holes

Robin Harris: RFID passport identity theft made simple

Mary Jo Foley: How Microsoft stacks up against Google's latest search and mobile wares

Prosthetic fingers aid fine motor skills (photos)

Rachel King: Welcome Google Chrome for Mac and Linux beta

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: I like Win 7, but I've already drawn up a Win 8 wishlist

Smart Planet: Does global warming science need a restart (or at least a new story)?

Andrew Nusca: Seagate to launch 7mm laptop hard disk; ushers in thinner PCs

Garett Rogers: Google flexes its muscles: Enter the Real-Time web

Michael Krigsman: SAP Influencer event: First impressions

Andrew Mager: Instantiate the cascade: Object-oriented CSS in action

Jennifer Leggio: Falling in love again, aka the Foursquare BlackBerry app

Zack Whittaker: What's the deal with the student deals?

Matthew Miller: Motorola DROID getting full featured firmware update soon

TechRepublic: CIO: Stop being a snake oil salesman

Sam Diaz: Google 101: educating small business owners about cloud tools

Silicon Alley Insider: CONFIRMED: Saul Hansell Quits The New York Times For AOL

Jason O'Grady: iTunes Rewind takes a look back at 2009

1% of App Store inventory removed in ratings scam

Dragon Dictate comes to the iPhone (updated)

Bloomberg: Dell Rings Up $6.5 Million in Sales Using Twitter Promotions

SmartPlanet: Nanotechnology to end insulin injections for diabetics

Heather Clancy: For Symantec storage software, thin is in, and that's a green thing

King: D-Link and Boxee bringing the 'Boxee Box' to your living room

Dana Gardner: Fujitsu ascends to new cloud offerings, expands data center to cover enterprises and ISVs

Dana Blankenhorn: Compromises always taste bad

Mitch Ratcliffe: When customers love the product, but hate your mission, it's time to change publishing

New Tee Vee: Study: Redbox Will Destroy the Entertainment Industry

Chris Jablonski: World's smallest 'snowman' measures 1/5th the width of a human hair

Dan Kusnetzky:Novell announces workload management strategy and roadmap

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