News to know: Intel; WiMax, Oracle; Craigslist; Apple's WWDC

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Written by Sam Diaz, Inactive

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: EC: Intel 'abused dominant position' vs AMD; fined record $1.45 billion in antitrust case

Sam Diaz: Cisco, Clearwire announce WiMax partnership

Dan Kusnetzky: Oracle buys Virtual Iron

Sam Diaz: Report: Craigslist dumps "erotic" ads; adds adult section with new rules

Larry Dignan: Apple sets WWDC headliners: Will Jobs be on the keynote 'team'?

Sam Diaz: Real files antitrust countersuit against Hollywood's "illegal cartel"

Christopher Dawson: Is Apple going to get some security help from OLPC?

Sean Portnoy: Why are plasma HDTVs still the minority view?

Larry Dignan: IBM takes its streaming computing software commercial

Harry Fuller: Banned in Chicago!

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Apple versus Apple: How Many iPhones Does It Take To Add $5 To A Stock Price?

Jason D. O'Grady: Undercover Mac software dismantles drug network

Matthew Miller: Want to get your blog published on the Amazon Kindle?

Christopher Dawson: Will Google Squared make GOOG a better research tool?

Gallery: PC gems from the 1980s

Dancho Danchev: Spammers harvesting emails from Twitter - in real time

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft makes available PHP development kit for its Azure cloud

Harry Fuller: No cars? How'm I gonna survive?

Joe McKendrick: Overused words of the decade: 'open' and 'enterprise'

Harry Fuller: Veggie food v. global warming

Ed Burnette: Eclipse Ajax Tools Framework faces termination

Harry Fuller: Global warming will force dictionary re-write

Sam Diaz: Steve Jobs headed toward victory in Town Hall fight

Zack Whittaker: How a student fooled the world's media

Dana Blankenhorn: Wireless health moves into design phase

Ryan Naraine: Apple snags ex-OLPC security chief

Larry Dignan: Intel: Netbooks are about seeding next-gen customers (kids)

Jennifer Leggio: When the going gets tough, the tough make some noise

Dana Blankenhorn: The new Linux.com is open for business

Richard Koman: Sarkozy's Draconian downloading law to pass, then die

Jason D. O'Grady: New Apple ads focus on support, TCO

Dana Blankenhorn: Will meaningful use go down CCHIT rabbit hole?

Joe Brockmeier: What do you want for free? Do users have to pay up to complain?

Mary Jo Foley: Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 expected as soon as next week

Richard Koman: Astro_Mike to ground control: 'Launch was awesome'

Andrew Mager: Photos: Technologizer Tweetup

Matthew Miller: Second look: A 40-year old's usage experiences with the Sidekick LX 2009

Dana Blankenhorn: Open source shrugs at EU liability plans

Ryan Naraine: Adobe plugs PDF Reader zero-day holes

Andrew Mager: Twitter: now with less noise

Richard Koman: EU slams Intel with record $1.45 billion fine

Larry Dignan: IBM: Fuddy duddy as competitive edge

Matthew Miller: Review: BlackBerry Premium Multimedia Headset

ZDNet Asia: Viruses now penetrating deeper

CNET: France passes controversial antipiracy bill

Dancho Danchev: China's 'secure' OS Kylin - a threat to U.S offensive cyber capabilities?

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Slingbox Edition

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Should Windows 7 be a free upgrade to all Vista Ultimate users?

Jennifer Bergen: Oh, it's on: Apple counters Microsoft's 'Laptop Hunters' ads with 'Megan'

Andrew Nusca: Sony debuts X-series Walkman with Wi-Fi, touchscreen OLED, noise cancellation

Larry Dignan: Verizon dishes off rural assets to Frontier in $8.6 billion deal

Paul Greenberg: Sapphire 09 Live: Smart business plans, moral benchmarks

Heather Clancy: YouRenew wants to pay you for recycling your tech

[podcast] CIO Agenda 2010: What the customer wants

Dan Kusnetzky: The Sullivan Group a Marathon Technologies Customer

Christopher Dawson: South Carolina's OLPC initiative: money well-spent?

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