News to know: Scareware; HP; SAP; Cloud computing

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Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

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.

Dancho Danchev: The ultimate guide to scareware protection

Gallery: The ultimate guide to scareware protection

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft: Windows Mobile 7 not on the PDC docket

Andrew Nusca: Samsung Go netbook: Balanced, for a big bounty [review]

Consumerist: MMS For iPhone Rollout Begins, 2 Weeks Early

Tom Foremski: HP's Social Computing Lab and its fascinating research into Internet user behavior

Dennis Howlett: Siemens cans SAP support

Phil Wainewright: Finally, technology is about people

WSJ: EMC Nabs Intel Talent; Race on for CEO

Andrew Nusca: AMD's Charlie Boswell: With cloud computing, 'follow the money' [interview]

TechCrunch: Intuit To Acquire (Former TechCrunch50 Winner) Mint For $170 Million

OTOY's Jules Urbach: Cloud computing 'threatens' game consoles, Blu-ray, PCs [interview]

Photos: Top-rated reviews of the week

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: 3rd gen iPod touch contains an 802.11n-capable WiFi chip

Moconews: Hard To Believe But Motorola Is Now A Software Company

Michael Krigsman: Video: Introduction to ERP complexity

CNet News: Dirt cheap: Techdirt bets on ‘free’ business models

Joe McKendrick: Forrester's Randy Heffner: only one percent turned off by SOA so far

Ed Burnette: Tests show Safari 4 "clearly the worst" for battery life

Heather Clancy: Buy 3PAR storage, they'll buy a carbon offset certificate

Another university embraces desktop power management

NewTeeVee: Hands-On: iPod Nano vs. Flip SD

Paul Murphy: Pano, Sun Ray, and the Wintel gestalt

Samsung Rogue photos

Larry Dignan: Red Hat: Quiet winner amid Sun's server apocalypse?

RealNetworks: It can get worse

Andrew Nusca: AT&T consumer perception drops during summer '09

Foley: DOJ requests more info on Microsoft-Yahoo search deal

Microsoft: Zune HD will be 'U.S. only'

Garett Rogers: Micropayments in Google Checkout soon

Dana Blankenhorn: Will Microsoft always be seen as open source Astroturf?

Will new Motorola Google phone Cliq?

SearchEngineLand: What's Yahoo's “Plan B” For Search?

Richard Koman: Court overturns $358m verdict against Microsoft

Cloud floats among India's large firms

Chris Jablonski: Neuroengineering to challenge what it means to be human

Photos: Hubble's newest visions of space

Twitter tweaks terms of service

Jason Perlow: Frugal Friday: Barbecue! Apple 2009 iPod refresh, CodePlex Foundation, Microsoft Best Buy Shenanigans, Schooner Information Technology

Zack Whittaker: Generation Y and conscientious consumerism

Sean Portnoy: Pioneer's Project ET networked entertainment concept phones home (theaters)

Christopher Dawson: Hey, Amazon! Are you stupid?

Harry Fuller: Windmills stir up opposition

Phil Fersht: Derail the Healthcare gravy-train: introduce competitive multi-sourcing

Netbooks changing the PC game

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