News to know: Win7 exploit; Verizon-AT&T; Windows Marketplace; Nokia-Palm; Cisco-Tandberg

A Windows 7 exploit, Verizon's response to an AT&T lawsuit, a Windows marketplace for Mobile, and the business decisions that would come with Nokia buying Palm are among today's top headlines.
Written by Sam Diaz, Inactive

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:

Ryan Naraine: Microsoft confirms 'detailed' Windows 7 exploit

Sam Diaz: Verizon to AT&T: "Our ads are true and the truth hurts"

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft opens Windows Marketplace to Windows Mobile 6.0, 6.1 phone users

Andrew Nusca: Is it a sound business decision for Nokia to buy Palm?

Larry Dignan: Cisco raises bid for Tandberg; Lands 40% of shareholders

Sam Diaz: Time Warner sets AOL spin off for Dec. 9

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Dell's answer to Apple's Mac mini - The Inspiron Zino HD

Matthew Miller: First impressions of the T-Mobile BlackBerry Bold 9700

Larry Dignan: NPD: The subscription model bucks economy

Heather Clancy: More evidence of the coming collision between home broadband and the smart grid

Rachel King: Samsung launches Google Android-powered Galaxy Spica i5700

Andrew Nusca: Report: Asus in talks with Toshiba to depose Acer as No. 3 laptop maker

Sam Diaz: EMC extends deduplication to corporate laptops, desktops

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple contemplating free, ad-supported iPhone?

Dana Blankenhorn: Should search engines pay tribute to content?

Joe McKendrick: SOA helps Coast Guard navigate new tides of homeland security


Larry Dignan: FusionOps launches business intelligence, process automation modules

Heather Clancy: Green IT strategy has nebulous ROI. So why bother?

Sam Diaz: Who needs WiMax, LTE? Ruckus Wireless sees opportunities in WiFi

David Morgenstern: iPhone UI: The age gap and other stats

Paul Greenberg: CRM Association-Netherlands Rocks Het Huis!

Larry Dignan: Netbooks dead? Not when sales are up 264 percent

Rachel King: Nokia E72 available in stores now

Andrew Nusca: HP announces TouchSmart software development program, SDK

Dana Blankenhorn: Montavista embedded Linux eaten by Cavium

Doug Hanchard: Internet continues to lose its founding network partners

Tom Foremski: GOOG could lose more than Murdoch

Jason D. O'Grady: Google Earth for iPhone revved to 2.0

Larry Dignan: IBM researchers speed up medical diagnostic testing via chip

Rachel King: Casio upgrading Exilim models to EX-FC150 and EX-FH25

Dan Kusnetzky: Vik Desai of Liquid Computing on Unified Computing

Larry Dignan: AT&T plots compute cloud similar to Amazon Web Services

Sam Diaz: Intuit launches Customer Manager, a CRM tool targeted at small businesses

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Nokia E72 launched

Mary Jo Foley: Office 2010 Beta downloadable by MSDN, Technet subscribers today

Michael Krigsman: Resistance to change: The real Enterprise 2.0 barrier

Harry Fuller: New car sales soar in Europe, thinking smaller

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft makes available new high performance Windows Server test build

Andrew Nusca: Cray XT5 Jaguar bests IBM Roadrunner as world's fastest supercomputer

Dana Gardner: BriefingsDirect analysts discuss business commerce clouds: Wave of the future or old wine in a new bottle?

Andrew Nusca: RIM BlackBerry Bold 9700 now available on T-Mobile; $200 on contract

Dana Blankenhorn: Niacin best for raising good cholesterol

Sam Diaz: Professional Web video comes of age with Brightcove upgrade

Larry Dignan: Citrix adds integrated audio to GoToMeeting

Harry Fuller: How we think, and perhaps lie, about the oil supply

VeriSign sets timetable to fix DNS hole

Harry Fuller: Asia-Pacific leaders: no final deal in Copenhagen

Larry Dignan: ICSA Labs: Security products often fail and are insecure

Doug Hanchard: Tickets.com services for Vancouver Winter 2010 Olympic Games crashes during first release of tickets

Harry Fuller: Hawaii getting first-hand look at global warming?

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