News to know: Microsoft's outlook, emergency patch; Apple; Amazon's cloud; Yang speaks

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Sam Diaz: Fake Steve Jobs heart attack story posted by teenager.

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

Sam Diaz: Fake Steve Jobs heart attack story posted by teenager. Bloomberg: Jobs Said to Be Targeted by Teen in Heart-Attack Tale Jason O'Grady: SEC examining teen's motive in fake Jobs heart attack rumor

Larry Dignan:

Microsoft's first quarter: Outlook light; Recession assumed; Office shines; Online doesn't

Download: All About Microsoft: CodeTracker

Dancho Danchev: Lack of phishing attacks data sharing puts $300M at stake annually

BoomTown: An Interview With Yahoo's Jerry Yang, Part 1: The Econalypse's Impact and More

Dennis Howlett: PBWiki: growing in a recession

Mary Jo Foley: Amazon battens down the hatches before Microsoft's cloud launch next week

Jason Perlow: Taking Ubuntu Ibex on vacation

Joe McKendrick: SOA to work the problem Intel unveils new cooling tech for ultrathin laptops

AP: Online divorcee jailed after killing virtual hubby

Kingsley-Hughes: Is holding out for Windows 7 a gamble worth taking?

Sam Diaz: Juniper beats for Q3

Paul Murphy: From the Sun reseller trenches

Matthew Miller: Samsung Epix integrates a touch sensitive pad and QWERTY keyboard

Russia blocks Google's ad company acquisition

Comcast rolls out Ultra service, keeps cut-off ceiling

Sean Portnoy: Lexmark releases new laser printers with built-in Draft N Wi-Fi

CIO Sessions: Qwest's Pieter Poll

Jennifer Leggio: Linkbaiting is dead: Why social media needs to kill the FUD

Heather Clancy: Lenovo greens its environmental credentials with e-coupon, recycling program

Paul Murphy: From Chapter Two: The appliance computing culture

Roland Piquepaille: Exchanging pictures to generate passwords?

David Morgenstern: More ideas for where Apple should park its cash horde

TechRepublic: Make better decisions with less information

Kingsley-Hughes: Are Linux failures down to the OEMs?

Jason Perlow: Kindroid: Two great tastes that would taste great together

Gallery: Five virtual worlds you need to know about (right)

Joe Brockmeier: Yes, vendors are vital to open source

LinkedIn raises another $22.7 million; SAP among investors

Dennis Howlett: Noodling on LinkedIn's millions

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Sign of the Times: Should the 'Gray Lady' talk to a Yahoo?

Dana Blankenhorn: Will genetic study of lung cancer yield fruit?

IBM Lotus gets into the Hosted Email game. Phew.

Review: Sony VAIO VGN-TT190EIR

Video: What is semantic search?

Paul Miller: Hans Rosling helps us hear the music with beautiful data

Koman: DHS takes over flight lists from airports

Netflix: Coming to a Samsung Blu-ray player near you


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