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News to know: Storm; AMD, Intel; Tech economy reels

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Josh Taylor: Verizon announces BlackBerry Storm availability, pricingLarry Dignan: AMD unveils ‘Shanghai’; Aims to better compete with IntelAMD: Does the resurrection start with ‘Shanghai’?
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor on

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

Josh Taylor: Verizon announces BlackBerry Storm availability, pricing

Larry Dignan: AMD unveils ‘Shanghai’; Aims to better compete with Intel

Ryan Naraine: Firefox security makeover: 11 vulnerabilities, 4 critical

Mary Jo Foley: Windows Live Wave 3: Microsoft’s kinder and simpler consumer services strategy?

Nick Denton: A 2009 Internet Media Plan

Brian Sommer: Social network for CEOs – best practices

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Press "Upload" on that Video: "Point Is Not To Bust People,'' Says NBC

CNBC: Apple iPhone Gets The Business From Citrix

EIC podcast: Best Buy's fall; Obama's CTO, Microhoo; Search wars

Matthew Miller: HTC announces world's first GSM/WiMAX mobile phone

Jason O'Grady: Micro projector connects to iPhone

CNET News: LG, Sharp, Chunghwa admit to LCD price fixing

Nusca: To heck with the Kindle: Sony Reader PRS-700 reviewed

Oliver Marks: Twitterank Creator SpeaksTechCrunch: Yahoo Almost To $10.  Referee, Please Call This Fight.

Paul Murphy: Working at 99% CPU utilization

Are visits to massage parlors and bars impacting your credit?

Tom Foremski: Silicon Valley's top awards

Oliver Marks: Gullible Twitter users hand over their usernames and passwords - did you get your Twitterank yet?!

Dana Blankenhorn: Dismissing the open source bear at the door

AppleInsider: Apple may launch most aggressive Black Friday sale yet

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: OK, so who are the idiots that respond to spam email?

AP: NetApp 2Q profit drops 41 percent

Larry Dignan: Google earnings estimates cu

t (again); Search budgets scrutinized; Shares fall

Andrew Nusca: Review: Why Android is for me and the G1 isn't

Michael Krigsman: Cadillacs recalled over software bug

Net bombarded by heaviest ever attacks this year

Dana Blankenhorn: There is good news tonight at Black Duck

Dana Gardner: IDC research shows enterprise SOA adoption deepens based on certain critical practices

Heather Clancy: CES gets the carbon treatment

Richard Koman: IBM to manage broadband over power lines at rural coops

Images: Phoenix Lander's life on Mars (and Earth) (right)

Jennifer Leggio: Spoke resorts to fear tactics, loses credibility

The Social: MySpace launches searchable video widget

Sam Diaz: Vudu takes HD lead; enough to stay alive?

Roland Piquepaille: A protein version of a Vermeer masterwork

Jason O'Grady: Rumor: AT&T to charge $30 per month for tethering

Qualcomm floats 'PC alternative' 3G deviceYahoo tests new front door interface

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Steve Jobs for President. Of GM?

Christopher Dawson: I think voice is going to be a big deal

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