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News to know: Rigged PDFs; Obama's CTO; Android bug; Windows 7

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Jason Perlow: Can we finally realize Alan Kay's Dynabook for $100?
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Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:

Jason Perlow: Can we finally realize Alan Kay's Dynabook for $100?

Ryan Naraine: Rigged PDFs exploiting just-patched Adobe Reader flaw

Photos: Top-rated reviews of the week (right)

Mary Jo Foley: The new rules for calculating Windows ship dates

Dan Farber: Obama's CTO: Watch out for the turf wars. Larry Dignan: Can the U.S. CTO avoid being steamrolled by bureaucracy?

Ed Burnette: Worst. Bug. Ever.

Garett Rogers: Microsoft is falling behind in mobile

Silicon Alley Insider: Cash Crunch At New York Times (NYT): $400 Million Due In May

Roland Piquepaille:Flying robots based on birds and insects

WSJ: Sun Expands ‘Open’ Storage LineSam Diaz: Questioning the reliability of an iPhone reliability study

NYT: MGM to Post Full Films on YouTube, as Site Faces New Competition From Hulu

Gallery: Intel Classmate Netvertible CTL 2go Tablet (right)

Sean Portnoy: Introducing the world's smallest 802.11n adapter

Heather Clancy: Expect pretty significant e-waste news this week

News.com: Forensic tool detects pornography in the workplaceTom Steinert-Threlkeld: YouTube = AdTube. Why Not?

John Morris: More notebooks using two, and now three, GPUs

Rough Type: Zuckerberg's Second Law

A fraud ring or social networking - it's the same thing

Heather Clancy: Intel preps launch for latest power-optimized chip family

Dennis Howlett: Would you flip to Microsoft?

Marks: The Business Resource Planning Farm League

Honda's robotics foray continues: Unveils 'walking assist device'

Matthew Miller: TeleNav is riding Shotgun with their new personal navigation device

Portnoy: Kmart Black Friday deal: $699.99 42-inch Samsung plasma

Foley: Why IE 8 won't use the WebKit rendering engine

Denise Howell: Barack Obama is male, taken, and CC licensed

Ballmer: We're not interested in Yahoo anymore

Dan Kusnetzky:What's next after server virtualization

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