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Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Jason Perlow: Tough Love with openSUSE 11.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

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

Jason Perlow: Tough Love with openSUSE 11.1.

Gallery right.

Ed Bott: That Windows 7 bootleg is a ticking time bomb

Bits: Dell's Mystery ‘Adamo’ Could Be Thinner Than Air

Janice Chen: Holiday Gift Guide 2008: Best digital camera accessories

Andrew Nusca: Holiday Gift Guide 2008: Last-minute stocking stuffers

Tech earnings: 

Oliver Marks: Make the US Small Business Administration Super Venture Capitalists!

Joe McKendrick: Can we really, really, trust the cloud?

Brian Sommer: Product update - Compuware's Changepoint 2009

WSJ: Music Industry to Abandon Mass Suits

Heather Clancy: Multi-sourced research: IT managers still bullish on green tech spending

CNET News: Universal Music seeing ‘tens of millions’ from YouTube

Migrating to Amazon Web Services: The blueprint

Christopher Dawson: Balancing utility with responsibility on student laptops

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: SecuROM DRM sucks


Christmas screensavers (right)

Roland Piquepaille:The Army's brain lives in Seattle

Matthew Miller: T-Mobile drops $18 upgrade fee, will other carriers follow suit?

Dan Kusnetzky: What to do when a business hotel doesn't have a WiFi network?

Garett Rogers: Microsoft and Yahoo wait for Google to increase privacy

Harry Fuller: Can U.S. close the battery gap?

Deep packet inspection takes another hit as Phorm execs leave

Jason O'Grady: Shill Filler: How Apple killed Macworld Expo

Huawei denies 'ludicrous' espionage claims

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