News to know: Nexus One; CES; Apple; Skype; ESPN 3D; Gartner

The unveiling of Google's Nexus One smartphone and the kick-off of the Consumer Electronics Show top today's headlines
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Ed Burnette: Live coverage of the Google Android/Nexus One event

Nexus One Image Galleries:

Sean Portnoy: CES 2010: Vizio takes on high end with new XVT Pro LED-based HDTVs, including 3D models

Larry Dignan: Apple buys Quattro Wireless; Mobile ad showdown with Google set

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple event planned for January 27, should you care?

Larry Dignan: Skype goes living room, embeds on LG, Panasonic HDTVs

Rachel King: ESPN launching 3D channel this June in time for World Cup

Larry Dignan: Gartner rolls up another analyst firm; Buys Burton Group

NYT Bits: Microsoft and H.P. To Reveal Slate PC Ahead of Apple

Zack Whittaker: 2010 resolutions: Open-source, social media, representation and surviving surgery

Brian Sommer: H-1B Visas, the AFL-CIO and the Need for Change

Dennis Howlett: SAP 2010 collapse and other nonsense

Andrew Nusca: Asus starts 'Republic of Gamers' with 17.3" G73Jh laptop; Intel Core i7

Ed Bott: Microsoft shakes up its Office business

CNET: Windows Mobile glitch dates 2010 texts 2016

Doug Hanchard: Test of airport security fails in Slovakia using real explosives planted on passenger

ReadWriteWeb: 5 Reasons Why RSS Readers Still Rock

John Morris: First Intel Westmere 32nm reviews

Andrew Nusca: Nine new Canon Vixia camcorders unveiled; entry-level starts $499, flagship $999

Dana Gardner: Architectural shift joins app logic with massive data sets to take advanced BI analytics to real-time performance

Andrew Nusca: Netgear reveals world's first 4x4 MIMO 802.11n Wi-Fi HD video bridge

Michael Krigsman: Blogger relations at SAP

Rachel King: Discovery, Sony and IMAX launching first 24-hour 3D Network

Andrew Nusca: D-Link announces Boxee Box; stream media from anywhere for less than $200

Rachel King: MIPS to debut Android-based netbook and set-top boxes

Zack Whittaker: Office 2010 'cheapest ever' for students: Pricing details emerge

Rachel King: Canon announces A3100 IS, A3000 IS, A495 and A490 pocket cameras; all under $200

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft rethinks, reveals prices for its Office 2010 SKU line-up

Rachel King: Eye-Fi unveils 8 GB Pro X2 memory card with Wi-Fi

Larry Dignan: Apple hits 3 billion app download mark

Doug Hanchard: 2010: What changes lay ahead?

Dana Blankenhorn: Quitting brings new risks

Larry Dignan: Lenovo delivers the designs: Will it matter?

Dana Blankenhorn: What rankles in open source buy-outs

CNET: Uncovering Windows 7's 'GodMode'

Joel Evans: Welcome to our newest Mobile Gadgeteer, Joel Evans

Heather Clancy: California school district goes solar in 2010

Dan Kusnetzky: Freemind, mind mapping, time management and life

Phil Wainewright: People-centric IT for a new decade

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