News to know: Jerry Yang,, Mark Cuban, USB 3.0

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Sam Diaz: Jerry Yang to step down as CEO, back to Chief YahooLarry Dignan:  With Yang out as Yahoo CEO, Steve Ballmer licks chopsLarry Dignan: Adobe lands MLB.

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

Sam Diaz: Jerry Yang to step down as CEO, back to Chief Yahoo

Larry Dignan: Adobe lands deal

Richard Koman:  Mark Cuban accused of insider trading

David Meyer: SuperSpeed USB 3.0 unleashed

Larry Dignan: Apple's tea leaves: iPhone sales off a bit; MacBooks selling well

Ed Bott: A deep dive into Windows 7 (build 6801)

Jason D. O'Grady: Video: Hands-on with the Blackberry Storm

Tom Foremski: Microsoft's cloud is more about Notes migration and less about a new IT architecture

Ed Burnette: iPhone vs. Android development: Day 1

Ryan Naraine: Apple turns to Google for Safari anti-phishing

Matthew Miller: MailShadowG syncs Outlook data to Google and thus your G1

Jason D. O'Grady: Google voice search now available

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft vs. Google Web-based office battle heats up again

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Going "Core i7" - What you need!

Larry Dignan: OLPC's 'Give 1 Get 1': What a difference a year makes

David Meyer: Gartner: 85 percent of companies using open source

Sam Diaz: Study: Don't repeat IT mistakes from last downturn.

Dancho Danchev: Anti fraud site hit by a DDoS attack

Brian Sommer: SaaS competition in PPM and GRC heats up

Tom Steiner-Threlkeld: Making Man As Super As His Computer

Ryan Naraine: Adobe AIR hits 'critical' security turbulence

Doug Washburn: Is the 'Green' in Green IT dead?

Larry Dignan: Symantec names Salem new CEO

Joe McKendrick: Deep down inside, on a subconscious level, the business loves SOA, right?

Richard Koman: Expensive repairs for Large Hadron Collider

Harry Fuller: Collision course for American-owned car makers

Joe Brockmeier: Unemployed? Five reasons to build your resume with FOSS contributions

Matthew Miller: Review: Sprint Touch Pro and AT&T HTC Fuze Windows Mobile devices

Mary Jo Foley: What does 'SharePoint in the cloud' really mean?

Jennifer Leggio: Zappos CEO: transparency helped employees during layoffs

Dana Blankenhorn: Can Microsoft Surface scare patients to health?

Roland Piquepaille: Fast and cheap blood tests

Mary Jo Foley: Will Microsoft apply 'Vista-Capable' lessons to Win 7 netbooks?

Andrew Nusca: Asus launches 'world's fastest' smartphone

Ryan Naraine: VoIP vulnerabilities in Microsoft Communicator

Richard Koman: Tech czar job: CTO or CIO?

James Staten: Addressing virtualization's achilles heel

Heather Clancy: New carbon monitoring resources available via the Web

Matthew Miller: Review: TeleNav Shotgun internet connected personal navigation device

Dana Blankenhorn: Higher education key to healthy choices

Jason D. O'Grady: 3D gaming benchmarks for all three late-2008 MacBooks

Dana Blankenhorn: From Windows Capable to the Linux laptop

Michael Krigsman: 11 "Laws of IT Physics"

Matthew Miller: Boingo to provide WiFi service on Washington State ferries

Dennis Howlett: Merrill Lynch downgrades SAP and Oracle

Dan Kusnetzky: Conversation with Replicate Technologies
Larry Dignan: Sun adds Apple native support to StarOffice 9
Jason Hiner: IT offshoring is exaggerated and the IT labor shortage is real