News to know: Windows 7; Google; Vizio; Treknology; Green tech

Posted by Larry Dignan

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.

Ed Bott: Windows 7 RC gets its first bug, and it’s a doozy

Sean Portnoy: Surprise! As HDTVs price rise, sales drop and Vizio becomes the biggest brand

Andrew Mager: Easily spam Twitter with trending topics API

Garett Rogers: Google does 3 Chrome updates, and runs out of bandwidth

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: From Payola ‘Pay for Say’: Will Metrics Aid Honesty or Abet Dishonesty in Online Conversation?

ZDNet UK: EC wants software makers held liable for code

Photos: Integrated circuit celebrates 50th birthday

Sam Diaz: SEC filing: Sun shareholders sue to block Oracle acquisition

Forrester Blog: Leveraging cloud computing for new business enablement

Jason O’Grady: Unannounced touchscreen Nokia outed in new ‘Trek film

Jason Perlow: Advances in TREKnology

Dana Blankenhorn: Open source enterprise software shakeout

Zack Whittaker: Podcast: ZDNet and Neowin meet in the middle

Mary Jo Foley: More fallout from Microsoft’s moves to consolidate its ad platforms

Ryan Naraine: Heartland says malware breach cost $12.6 million

Michael Krigsman: Enterprise student laundry system fails

Gizmodo: Long-Exposure Shot of a Roomba’s Path Shows Beautifully Organized Chaos

Oliver Marks: How to Avoid Collaboration Traps, Create Unity and Get Results

Richard Koman: Schmidt doesn’t see problem with Apple board seat

Heather Clancy: Green technology design: Easier said than done?

Dana Blankenhorn: Why health reform remains possible

Christopher Dawson: Netbooks are everywhere

Report: US air-traffic control systems hacked

Diaz: Are Amazon and Real one-upping Apple?

AT&T and Verizon: Is the smartphone growth train slowing?

Inside Microsoft Research UK

Social networks will need to do more for Asia

Paul Murphy: NCIS: Episode #140: Breakout


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