News to know: Windows 7; U.S. CTO; Quickoffice; Ubuntu

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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.

Brian SommerThe immediacy of value: Where SaaS must go next

Mary Jo Foley: Windows 7 Release Candidate due date is May 5

Matthew MillerQuickoffice for iPhone arrives in the App Store

Image gallery: Quickoffice for iPhone has a couple major limiting issues (right)

Digits: Tech Industry Cheers as Obama Taps Aneesh Chopra for CTO  

Dion Hinchcliffe: Google's cloud gets ready for the enterprise

Phil Fersht: The flat of the curve: are we scared of innovation?

Zack Whittaker: The rise and fall of the web pirateer

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Run Ubuntu inside Windows with Portable Ubuntu

Dancho Danchev: Twitter worm author gets a job at exqSoft Solutions

Jason O'Grady: The Best Thing In The World: TiVo Transfers

Apple tops PC makers in customer experience survey

ChocoShuffle photos

Michael KrigsmanUgly enterprise software sales tactics

Larry Dignan: Intel preps chips for thin, light notebooks; Is it roping off Atom?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's 'Bulldog' MDM: New test build coming in May

Richard Koman: Customers: 1. TWC: 0

Christopher Dawson: PowerPoint 101

Sean Portnoy: D-Link introduces new PowerLine HD kit for network-capable home theater devices

Oliver Marks: PlayStation - The Perils of Secrecy: is it Game Over?

Harry Fuller: Britain tries to electricify its auto industry

Andrew Nusca: T-Mobile announces 3G-enabled Sidekick LX

Matthew Miller: Sorry Android fans, 21 April T-Mobile event focused on Sidekick LX

 

Dana Blankenhorn: Health records and the KISS of life

Chris Jablonski: Pediatric dentists create Game Boy with nitrous oxide feed

Larry Dignan: Unisys has looming debt, credit pickle

Sony Ericsson to lay off 2,000