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News to know: More Kindle, Intel, IT Talent, Google energy

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily .
Written by Sam Diaz, Inactive

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily .  For continuous updates see BNET’s around-the-Web tech coverage

Christopher Dawson: Kindle 2.0: Give me a Classmate instead

Larry Dignan: Intel: We're spending $7 billion on U.S. plants

Phil Fersht: Think before you fire: The cost of replacing IT talent

Garett Rogers: Google to make monitoring energy consumption simple

Christopher Dawson: I miss my Classmate

Joe McKendrick: Enterprise 2.0: innovation is the name of the game

Ryan Naraine: BlackBerry bitten by ActiveX control flaw

Richard Koman: In move to consolidate cybersecurity, Obama taps Hathaway to lead review

David Greenfield: Beware of the TrixBox: Redux

Harry Fuller: NEVs are quietly spreading among us

Larry Dignan: NetSuite fourth quarter better than expected

Larry Dignan: Nvidia's fourth quarter dismal; Worse than expected

Sam Diaz: Studies: more mobile traffic, mobile video in coming years

Andrew Nusca: Microsoft awarded 10,000th U.S. patent

Ryan Naraine: Microsoft: 'Consistent exploit code likely' for IE vulnerabilities

Dana Blankenhorn: Who is Obama's tech daddy?

Andrew Nusca: FAA reports breach; employee data at risk

Sam Diaz: IBM, Juniper make global cloud computing push

Christopher Dawson: Windows 7 Starter Edition - not an answer for Ed Tech

Dancho Danchev: Fake Antivirus XP pops-up at Cleveland.com

Andrew Nusca: Interview: Wired's Chris Anderson on the 'free' business model

Larry Dignan: Verizon Business takes its denial of service defenses global

Brian Sommer: Spin, Baby, Spin: Oracle's case for spending in a tough economy

Dana Blankenhorn: Will health IT push back against populist Luddism?

Andrew Nusca: Android-based tablet PC has smartphone capabilities

Phil Wainewright: How free wins...or does it?

Jason D. O'Grady: 8 steps to App Store riches (hint: release a free version)

Jennifer Leggio: Micro-emailng challenge month No. 1: 'I Talk Too Much'

Jason D. O'Grady: App Store experiment: 99 cents prices don't work for niche apps

Larry Dignan: CIO Session: Ken Silva, Verisign

Andrew Nusca: Humor: Sony releases "new stupid piece of $#!*"

Brian Sommer: Jobvite wants to 'friend' you

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft updates its enterprise-search roadmap

Andrew Nusca: Dell Latitude XT2 12.1" multi-touch tablet announced

Dana Blankenhorn: Was the vaccine-autism link a fraud?

Jason D. O'Grady: Video: MacBook to tablet conversion in two minutes

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Uncalculated Risk: The Fall Of Housing Prices. What Goldman Saw.

Ed Burnette: Google revs up Android with 1.1 SDK, but developers might want to hold off installing it

Richard Koman: FAA computer breached: 45,000 names accessed

Michael Krigsman: Preventing dashboard lust

Dana Blankenhorn: What Microsoft still does not understand

Matthew Miller: Unlocked Nokia E63 available now in the US for only $279

Dancho Danchev: Report: 92% of critical Microsoft vulnerabilities mitigated by Least Privilege accounts

Zack Whittaker: Microsoft Live Labs releases Thumbtack research tool

Harry Fuller: New physics as applied to solar tech

Dennis Howlett: Gloss going off SuccessFactors?

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