News to know: Verizon's Pre; Tornado; IDF; iPhone MMS; RedHat; Gmail outage

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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.

Sam Diaz: Report: Verizon says no to Palm Pre

Andrew Mager: Tornado: The real-time web server from Facebook

IDF Coverage:

Jason D. O'Grady: AT&T prepares for iPhone MMS day tomorrow

Larry Dignan: Red Hat CEO vs. Torvalds: More Linux features don't equate to bloat

Christopher Dawson: Unrealistic expections and the latest Gmail outage


Sam Diaz: HP: We'll outpace the market in 2010

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Pink: 'Just a Sidekick' or more?

Larry Dignan: RIM's second quarter revenue light as is the outlook

Harry Fuller: The earth: it's always blowing hot and cold

Dion Hinchcliffe: Creating a unified model for enterprise mashups

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Google Chrome Frame boosts IE speed up to Chrome levels

Harry Fuller: Maldives taking their final dive?

Ted Schadler: On the record with BlackBerry & iPhone: Both will win

Phil Wainewright: Why you should be glad about Gmail failures

Larry Dignan: What does staid T. Rowe Price see in Twitter?

Andrew Nusca: Happy 30th birthday, Compuserve

Zack Whittaker: What if Windows 8 was touch-input only?


Jennifer Leggio: Does social media reward whining?

Michael Krigsman: Pay to play: The vendor / analyst mating dance

Christopher Dawson: Will it actually be Microsoft that brings e-books to Ed Tech?

Larry Dignan: Smartphones: Is image really everything?

Joe McKendrick: Enterprise mashup proponents start organizing

Heather Clancy: Ban that (ink) spot: HP develops technology to speed paper recycling

Richard Koman: Court likely to cut damages in MSFT patent infringement case

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Build a high-performance gaming PC for under $650!

Richard Koman: FCC: Comcast contradicts itself in claim agency has no power over it

Matthew Miller: BlackBerry Desktop for Mac coming soon, walk-through posted

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Sony BRAVIA HDTV, 1TB Western Digital HDD, Magnavox HDTV

Dana Blankenhorn: Democrats lack votes for health care reform

GameSpot: Nintendo slashes Wii price tag

Matthew Miller: Sprint announces the Samsung Instinct HD

Ryan Naraine: Microsoft says Google Chrome Frame doubles IE attack surface

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft plays the security card in response to Google's Chrome Frame

Janice Chen: MIT students snap space photos of the earth with $40 Canon A470

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Probably the most awful, soul destroying thing I've ever seen

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft makes Web development tools available for free

Rachel King: Six tips for flash photography

Larry Dignan: NetSuite launches iPhone app

Ryan Naraine: In search of a standard for displaying security threat levels

CNET: Gartner: Better-than-expected demand for PCs

Heather Clancy: NASDAQ will keep tabs on certain smart grid players

Dana Blankenhorn: HP supporting Oregon State Linux portal

Ryan Naraine: Cisco drops patches for serious IOS vulnerabilities

Dan Kusnetzky: MokaFive Suite 2.0: Granular approach to desktop management

Jason Hiner: MSI X340 might be the best laptop you've never heard of

Churchill Club audio: Larry Ellison, in Conversation with Ed Zander

Microsoft's new version of Silverlight on Moblin

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