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.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

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

News.com: 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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