News to know: Yahoo's Bartz, Genachowski, Sony's loss, Chrome for Mac

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Larry Dignan: Yahoo confirms Bartz in charge; Can she save Yahoo?
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Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:

Larry Dignan: Yahoo confirms Bartz in charge; Can she save Yahoo?

Richard Koman: New FCC chair: tech advisor Genachowski

Sam Diaz: Buzz from Japan: Sony's first loss in 14 years

Jason D. O'Grady: Chrome coming to the Mac in first half of 2009

Garett Rogers: Google launches Quick Search for Mac

Dana Blankenhorn: Can Google save Soapblox?

Sam Diaz: Sling will compete in crowded field as founders move on

Larry Dignan: Nvidia: Stunning 4Q miss amid weak demand; inventory glut

Jason O'Grady: iPhone nano drumbeat grows louder

Zack Whittaker: Microsoft, Intel, Cisco: "let's bring technology to the classroom

Ryan Naraine: Privacy flaw haunts Apple Safari RSS reader

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple to announce Q1 2009 earnings on 21 January

Jason D. O'Grady: Mac-centric exhibit area confirmed for CES 2010

Larry Dignan: CIO survey: We're squeezing vendors on pricing amid budget declines

Andrew Nusca: China taking orders for iPhone nano?

Sam Diaz: Apple's future: It's in the Touch

Jason D. O'Grady:  Hell freezes over: Apple allows third party browsers on iPhone

Tom Foremski: What's life like without social media?

Richard Koman:Internet pretty safe for kids, after all

Jason D. O'Grady: Workaround for Safari RSS vulnerability

Heather Clancy:  Bleeding green: Rackable circumspect on financial outlook

Heather Clancy: Moto's new status symbol: Mobile phone made from recyled plastics

Dennis Howlett: Salesforce cans European Dreamforce

Adam O'Donnell: AVG snaps up Sana Security

Harry Fuller: This ain't no movie: Erin Brockovich blogs TVA's coal ash

Dave GreenfieldWill Cisco and AT&T Go Mano-a-Mano in 2009?

Ryan Naraine:Oracle drops critical database server patch bundle

Dennis Howlett:  We're all dead - get over it

Brian Sommer: Layoffs at large software firms - Fact or Fiction?

Adam O'Donnell: Top 25 coding defects listed, surprising nobody with a clue

Zack Whittaker: BlackBerry Curve 8900: the "nissed as a pewt" review

Mary Jo Foley: A new member of the Office 14 family: Office for Sales

Dion Hinchcliffe: 8 Predictions for Enterprise Web 2.0 in 2009

Ryan Naraine: MS Patch Tuesday: 3 critical SMB vulnerabilities

Paula Rooney: VMware sheds light on vCenter services planned for 2009

Oliver Marks: Extraordinary Collaboration Delusions and the Madness of Crowds

Dana Blankenhorn: Ingenix scandal points to need for database auditors

Matthew Miller: Major update for Nokia E71 now available

Dana Blankenhorn: Study on drug ads backs industry's view

Andrew Nusca: 2009 predictions: GPS & MP3 'brutal,' laptops 'cheaper,' phone 'decline'

Matthew Miller: Sorry Scoble, it isn't over for Windows Mobile or Nokia in the US

Andrew Nusca: How to get Windows 7 Beta 1 scot-free

Michael Krigsman: Miami-Dade school district and Deloitte: 'Endless money pit'

Christopher Dawson: What's next for OLPC?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: YOUR first thoughts on Windows 7 Beta 1

Christopher Dawson: Is our resident millennial a dinosaur, too?

Matthew Miller: Pharos announces first T-Mobile 3G capable Windows Mobile device

Larry Dignan: Patent wars: RealNetworks wins; Global Crossing pays up

Phil Wainewright: SuccessFactors in HCM landgrab to bolster sales

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