News to know: Microsoft; Psystar; Mozilla; Storm; Office 2.0

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Ryan Naraine: Microsoft kills OneCare, replaces it with freebie ‘Morro’Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft kills off Windows Live OneCare and Equipt subscription servicesAdrian Kingsley-Hughes: Microsoft to deliver free anti-malware to Windows usersAdam O'Donnell: What really happened to the candidates' computers?
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

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

Ryan Naraine: Microsoft kills OneCare, replaces it with freebie ‘Morro’

The day Microsoft killed the "Vista" name - January 31, 2006

Sam Diaz: Judge tosses Psystar's countersuit

Mary Jo Foley: Two more Microsoft Labs deliverables debut

Ed Burnette: iPhone vs. Android development: Day 2

Sean Portnoy: HomePlug revival continues with new Netgear Powerline gear

Mark Cuban on SEC's insider trading suit

Jason O'Grady: Sneak Peek: BlackBerry Storm

Zack Whittaker: Office 2.0: a digital revolution for students worldwide

Paul Greenberg: CRM 2009 Forecast: How'd I Do in 2008? Gimme A High Four!

CIO Sessions: Mozilla CTO: Brendan Eich

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: SAP Trimming Head Count, "Can't Rule Out" Layoffs

Larry Dignan: HP: We're fine for the fourth quarter, 2009

Jason Perlow: UPS saves $30M and goes Green with new HP printing and scanning handheld

GigaOM: SC08: Michael Dell Details Everyday Supercomputing

Dick, Jane, and MySQL: why recessions favor open source

Jerry Yang: Stepping down

Matthew Miller: LG INCITE Windows Mobile 6.1 device now available from AT&T

Dana Gardner: Changing business landscape makes identity and access management key to IT security

Sam Diaz: Echosign prepares for tipping point of e-signatures

MacRumors: Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6) Due in 1st Quarter of 2009?Crave: Microsoft chopping Zune prices

Search Engine Land: Google Hosting Time-Life Photo Archive, 10 Million Unpublished Images Now Live

Washington Post: How Can So Much Spam Come From One Place?

TechRepublic: No such thing as effective license enforcement

Photos: Adobe moves Flash 10 to smartphones

Dana Blankenhorn: How medical device makers can improve U.S. health care

Roland Piquepaille:Firefly satellite will study thunderstorms

Richard Koman: High-tech exec sent space info to China

 Jennifer Leggio: Should big brands fear or revere the mommybloggers?

Mobile industry calls for RFID payment push

Can Facebook do anything without raising a ruckus?

Amazon launches CloudFront; Content delivery network margins go kaboom

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