News to know: Macs on sale, YouTube goes wide, Twitter, Cisco

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

Sam Diaz: A rare occurrence: Macs on sale

Larry Dignan: YouTube goes wide screen; Sets up for more professional content

Christopher Dawson: Yes, Twitter really is worth the trouble

Larry Dignan: Cisco plans 4 day shutdown to save dough

Jason D. O'Grady: TiVo control comes to iPhone

Techmeme: New look for Google Maps Street View

Larry Dignan: Will Apple launch a netbook? And other burning questions

Bits: E-Commerce Shrinks for First Time, Research Firm Says

Paula Rooney: No surprise: Firefox 3.1 beta 3 planned for early January

Joe McKendrick: Harvard Business Review warns against 'sloppy thinking': does this apply to SOA?

Jason D. O'Grady: MacBooks: World's greenest family of notebooks

Heather Clancy: IBM dominates latest green supercomputer list

Larry Dignan: The uncertainties of social media for traditional brands

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Has Apple finally got Safari for the iPhone right?

Mary Jo Foley: Talking about Microsoft inside Microsoft

Sean Portnoy: Blockbuster joins movie-streaming race with 2Wire MediaPoint digital media player

Jennifer Leggio: The (Government 2.0) revolution should be televised

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: How Pathetic Can Telemarketing Get?

Larry Dignan: HP's Hurd: IT downturn different than 2001; Ink matters

Matthew Miller: No IE Mobile 6 for you; what can Microsoft do about Windows Mobile?

Dana Blankenhorn: A great time to start an open source company

Dennis Howlett: Cloud definitions and economics

Roland Piquepaille: A fully customizable home robot

Jason Perlow: I want an iPhoneStormDroid

Harry Fuller: Bay Area: sunny upside

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: My Thanksgiving/Holiday giveaway - Ubuntu

Dana Blankenhorn: How Daschle-care will change Health IT

Heather Clancy: When (if) you shop for electronics this holiday season, consider the latest Greenpeace environmental ranking

Matthew Miller: A look at Opera Mini 4.2 beta running on the T-Mobile G1