News to know: Palm Pre, Windows 7, CES

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Matthew Miller: Welcome Palm Web OS, now what happens with Palm OS 5 applications?
Written by Sam Diaz, Inactive

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

Matthew Miller: Welcome Palm Web OS, now what happens with Palm OS 5 applications?

Windows 7:

VIDEO: Ballmer previews Windows 7

Mary Jo Foley: Poll: Is Windows 7's ship date immaterial to you?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Getting ready for Windows 7 beta 1 - FAQ

Jason Perlow:Windows 7 Beta 1: Ribbonized For Your Pleasure

Sam Diaz:Reasons to skip Microsoft's Windows 7 Beta download

Consumer Electronics Show 2009, Las Vegas:

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Welcome to the Consumer Electronics Show. Sales Are Flatlining.

David Morgenstern:  CES: Where's the Mac pavilion?

Sean Portnoy: Intel recruits Comcast, Samsung, Toshiba for its Widget Channel Internet TV initiative

Andrew Nusca: The world's first web-browsing camera [day 3]

Matthew Miller: Nokia announces E63 QWERTY device for the US for only $279 unlocked

Zack Whittaker: Microsoft shows nothing new at CES

Video: Macworld's fading future

Jason D. O'Grady: MWSF Appearance: Peachpit Press booth

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Let 'Em Go Cold Turkey on DTV, President Obama

Brian Sommer: The questions Satyam must address

Adrian Kingsley Hughes: AMD officially releases Phenom II and Dragon desktop platform

John Morris: AMD's Dragon, Phenom II get official

Christopher Dawson: Why doesn't anyone use our website?

Paula Rooney: Firefox 3.1 beta 3 code freeze slated for Jan 13 -- maybe Joe Brockmeier: From grassroots to government: Looking for a FOSS friendly national CTO

Harry Fuller: Obama's push for alternative energy

Dancho Danchev: Microsoft study debunks phishing profitability

David Morgenstern: Cool enterprise security developments at Macworld Expo

Heather Clancy: Pentagon decrees Cree LED

Mary Jo Foley: Former Microsoft search leader resurfaces at eBay

Ryan Naraine: Microsoft planning quiet Patch Tuesday (1 critical)

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple updates iTunes store T's and C's

Dana Blankenhorn: Did Vietnam take open source too far?
Jason D. O'Grady:  Four core iPhones and firmware 3.0

Christopher Dawson:  Making the case for 1:1

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: NVIDIA lifts lid on world's most powerful single and dual GPU graphics cards

Dana Blankenhorn: The Kibbe-Klepper challenge to medicine as usual
Jason D. O'Grady: iWork sort of shipping; requires 10.5.6

Jason Hiner: Netgear shows off Wi-Fi router for sharing 3G mobile broadband

Sam Diaz: Lenovo announces layoffs, cutbacks

Christopher Dawson: OLPC laying off staff and cutting salaries

Richard Koman: Take his BlackBerry out of his cold, dead hands

Dana Blankenhorn: Can VistA overcome?
Dana Blankenhorn: VistA now all open source

Heather Clancy:Green tech expert clarifies data center heat discussion
Larry Dignan: Satyam management: We’re staying; Unveils crisis plan
Dan Kusnetzky: Intermedia - Pan Manager customer profile

Larry Dignan: Even ViewSonic is jumping into netbook game

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