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?

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

Yang's out. Is Microsoft in? ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das talks to senior editor Sam Diaz about Jerry Yang's resignation from the search giant and why it wasn't entirely shocking. Diaz also explains why Microsoft, while currently claiming disinterest in Yahoo, may act differently in the near future.

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Search Engine Land: Google Hosting Time-Life Photo Archive, 10 Million Unpublished Images Now Live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