News to know: MSFT-News Corp.; YouTube; Chrome OS; California HDTV; Oracle-Sun

A deal between Microsoft and News Corp., more about Chrome OS and new HDTV energy requirements in California are among the top headlines.
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:

Larry Dignan: A Microsoft and News Corp. search pact? It adds up

Christopher Dawson: YouTube automatic captioning: one more reason GOOG's not evil

Jason Perlow: A Chrome OS Video Tour

Sean Portnoy: California adopts tough new requirements on HDTV energy use: Visionary or draconian?

Sam Diaz: EU extends deadline for review of Oracle-Sun deal

Doug Hanchard: Internet: A threat to government or the other way around?

Matthew Miller: Hands-on with the T-Mobile Samsung Behold II Google Android smartphone

Larry Dignan: Michael Dell sticks to Windows 7 big bang theory

Dan Kusnetzky: iPhone - is it a good tool for traveling business people?

Jason Perlow: Roku becomes cloud-enabled with new Roku Channel Store and Developer SDK

Chris Jablonski: The surgeons of tomorrow: Miniaturized robots that go inside you

Harry Fuller: More people, more pollution, right?

Jason Perlow: Stupid DROID Tricks, Volume 1

Garett Rogers: GrandCentral closing up shop

Harry Fuller: American cars giving slightly more miles per gallon

Matthew Miller: Want to see the HTC HD2? Join me at the PSHUG meeting next Tuesday

Jason Perlow: Frugal Friday: Joblessness, DROID, Chrome OS, Richard Stallman, V.i. labs

Oliver Marks: Flipping Fantastic

Jason D. O'Grady: First serious iPhone app for DJs: Touch DJ

Joe McKendrick: Popping the buzzword bubble

Phil Wainewright: Taming the Chatter cloud

Paul Murphy: Educating IT decision makers

Christopher Dawson: Who's afraid of the big bad cloud?

Doug Hanchard: Friday's Throw out the trash day and Polls for the week of Nov 20th

Jason D. O'Grady: Appearance: PPUG meets tomorrow in Philadelphia

Tom Foremski: Tech Awards: Al Gore's a bore, "cash prizes" . . . and amazing laureates

Heather Clancy: Holiday LED redux: E-store will accept Home Depot coupon

Andrew Nusca: New Pogoplug brings hard drives online with additional USB ports, bright colors

Harry Fuller: Science of better fuel cells

Dana Blankenhorn: Paying for what does not work remains popular

Matthew Miller: MobileTechRoundup show #190; Should we call them Pocket PCs again?

Mary Jo Foley: Office Starter 2010 private beta, with 'Office to GO,' goes to testers

Joe McKendrick: Panel: do cloud computing economic advantages break down in enterprises?

Matthew Miller: Music, photos, and weather are beautiful, fluid experiences on the HTC HD2

Dennis Howlett: Conference energy levels

Dana Blankenhorn: Oracle opponent cheers delay in mySQL decision

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Chrome OS - The good, the bad and the ugly, and how it fits in with Windows, Mac and Linux

Heather Clancy: Spice up your power management

CNET: Ballmer: Windows 7 sales on a roll

Cisco launches iPhone security app

Larry Dignan: Mozilla: Still too dependent on Google for revenue; Can it diversify?

Harry Fuller: Hacker scores by posting East Anglia global warming emails

Larry Dignan: Research paints ugly IT employment picture: Almost 2 million jobs gone in 14 years

Larry Dignan: CIO Sanity Savers: Five ways to become a more effective executive

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