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.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

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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 Amazon.com

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)

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