News to know: Windows 7; OpenOffice flaws; Cybercrime; Apple

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Ed Bott: You've got Windows 7 questions, I've got...
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

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

Ed Bott:You've got Windows 7 questions, I've got answers

Sam Diaz: Real vows fight for RealDVD, adjusts outlook

Ryan Naraine: Code execution flaws haunt OpenOffice

Ed Burnette: Top 10 Android apps for 10/29/2008

Apple: MobileMe: About the Late-September 2008 MobileMe update

Paula Rooney: Alfresco 3.0 delivers collaboration, Sharepoint support

Mary Jo Foley: Ozzie responds: Is Microsoft Azure just 'Hailstorm' revisited?

Jason Perlow: Kill the data loss monster once and for all

Matthew Miller: T-Mobile G1 data stopped working? Free trial is over and new data rates are coming

Techmeme: Google goes OpenID

CNET News: Intel: solid-state drives boost battery life

Andrew Nusca: Psystar debuts Blu-ray, Nvidia 9800GT before Apple

Larry Dignan: Symantec cuts outlook amid 'pause' in IT spending

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: VC: "Wait Until Next Year"

Larry Dignan: HP revs netbooks: Attempts custom Linux OS

Roland Piquepaille: Optical fibers with a silicon core?

Knowledge@Wharton: Opportunities -- and Obstacles -- for the B2B Market in Tough Economic Times

Forrester: What's he building in there?

Joe McKendrick: Who buys the first round of SOA?

TechRepublic: Which virtualization vendor will win your business?

Jason O'Grady: Free AT&T WiFi access for iPhones (again)

GigaOm: Why BlackBerry Storm Is An iPhone (and G-1) Killer

Paul Murphy: Whispers from a ghost: Windows 7 and cloud computing

AdAge: Microsoft Enlists Public to Create Latest Ads

Sam Diaz: Motorola picks Android in mobile phone shakeup. Ammunition for smartphone war?

Michael Krigsman: Three important post-recession IT trends

Bloomberg: Yahoo Gains Internet Search Share; Microsoft Loses

Engadget HD: HD Netflix streaming comes to Xbox 360 first

Images: Browser-based Office (right)

Larry Dignan: Comcast winning broadband scrum vs. telcos

Garmin: Nuvifone on track for 2009 launch, but economy hurts outlook Christopher Dawson: Can Zimbra compete with Google Apps in education?

Dignan: LinkedIn launches apps network; Keeps its business focus

Richard Koman: FCC commish: White Spaces could win 5-0

Dana Blankenhorn: OpenX goes hosted

Photos: GE gets charged up about batteries

Matthew Miller: Can you leave your laptop behind?

Janice Chen: Five more reasons to get the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1

Dan Kusnetzky: DynamicOps self service management for virtual environments

Heather Clancy: New Faronics Power Save version supports auditing of power management policies

Microsoft warns of financial crisis email scams

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