News to know: Windows Phone 7; MWC 2010; Intel, Nokia; Oracle

Microsoft, Intel and Nokia are among the headliners at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Adobe takes AIR mobile. And Oracle kills free support blog.

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MWC coverage starting with...

Windows Phone 7 Series

Mary Jo Foley: Ten things we still don't know about Microsoft's next-gen Windows Phones

MeeGo from Intel and Nokia...

Symbian 3 and more...

Kingsley-Hughes: Restart issues after installing MS10-015? Microsoft wants your help!

Dennis Howlett: Oracle kills free support blog and Twitter account

Rachel King: Help and tips for photographing parades and festivities

Apple bans iPhone hackers from iTunes App Store

Jason Perlow: iPad iSolationism

Sean Portnoy: Acer announces first Nvidia Ion 2 netbook: Aspire One 532G

First Samsung 3D HDTVs available for pre-order on

SF Chronicle: Facebook directs more online users than Google

Dana Blankenhorn: Will mHealth get beyond the press release?

Android gets BugBase

Tom Foremski: Has Google crossed the Rubicon in mixing paid listings with

organic search?

Doug Hanchard: Where are they now; McKinnon, Fiorina, Whitman, Spitzer, Cucolo, Schmidt

Sean Portnoy: This week's HDTV deals: Cheap Westinghouse LCDs at Target, Samsung plasma on clearance at Best Buy

Hard-drivin' 'Rods and Mods' on display (photos)

David Morgenstern: Engineering: The Mac is coming back

Jason O'Grady: MWSF10 Gallery - Day 1 (Thursday)