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Summary:Here are today's notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily.

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.

Sam Diaz: Live blog from Apple's "It's only Rock n Roll" event

Larry Dignan: AT&T: 'Over the hump' of quality of service problems?

Richard Koman: House Judiciary considers Google Books deal Thursday

Matthew Miller: Palm Pixi, the next Palm Centro, coming to Sprint for the holidays

Sam Diaz: Verizon enters mobile management services; enough to take it beyond early adopters?

Mary Jo Foley: Forget Linux. Microsoft trains retailers on how to pitch Win 7 PCs vs. Macs

Sean Portnoy: Sony wises up, unveils new networked Blu-ray player with Netflix, Slacker support

Andrew Nusca: Dell reveals Adamo XPS thin-and-light laptop; 0.39" thick

Mathew Miller: Want to see what MMS on the iPhone will look like?

Brian Sommer: Feds pour it on - Add 8 more counts on H-1B case

Mary Jo Foley: Wall Street still worrying over netbook impact on Microsoft's Windows 7 sales

Matthew Miller: Pandora now available for Google Android devices

Dion Hinchcliffe: Government 2.0: A tale of "risk, control, and trust"

Rachel King: Leica announces new M9 and X1 digital cameras

Dana Blankenhorn: Will the policy debate narrow or end?

Ryan Naraine: Microsoft confirms SMB2 vulnerability, warns of code execution risk

Garett Rogers: Google experimenting with ads between messages in Gmail

Brian Sommer: Satyam - Do you believe in Karma?

Larry Dignan: Comcast's Burke: TV Everywhere trials going national in 30 to 60 days

Andrew Nusca: RIM BlackBerry Onyx (Bold 9700) image, features revealed

Paula Rooney: OIN outmanuevers Microsoft, buys Linux patents

Dana Gardner: Harnessing enterprise clouds: Many technical underpinnings already reside in today's data centers

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft in 2010: What do IT managers need to know?

Zack Whittaker: Real cash for virtual cash: FarmVille's business sense

Rachel King: New night vision module available for Nikon dSLR cameras

Jason Hiner: Cloud-ready? 74% of tech professionals work from 3 or more computers

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Sony Cyber-shot digital camera, ViewSonic monitor, Timbuk2 messenger bag

Christopher Dawson: Not your father's tech school

Michael Krigsman: 6 dirty tricks from enterprise vendors

Larry Dignan: ShoreTel gives Skype's enterprise plans a lift

Larry Dignan: OpenID, meet the U.S. government

Dan Kusnetzky: Is desktop virtualization the next focal point?

ZDNet Asutralia: Aussie police battle cyberattack threats

CNET: iPod case maker scoops Apple?

CNET: Microsoft: Windows 7 not affected by latest flaw

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Today Only! HP to provide real-time support to Snow Leopard upgraders

Larry Dignan: Palm launches Pixi, second webOS phone

TR Dojo: Customize Windows keyboard shortcuts (and Mac OS X; Linux and more)
Sam Diaz: Salesforce rolling out a beefier Service Cloud

Ryan Naraine: Mozilla patches 'drive-by download' security flaws

Dancho Danchev: 'Anonymous' group attempts DDoS attack against Australian government

Tom Foremski: Former GOOG chief transforms into China's top angel investor

Mary Jo Foley: I don't want an MP3 player/camera/ebook reader/gaming device. Do you?

Heather Clancy: Worried about green printing? Xerox tempts marketers with new "sustainable" paper

Ryan Naraine: iPhone, QuickTime bitten by security bugs

Dana Blankenhorn: OpenID biggest government boost yet for open source

Topics: Verizon, Apple, AT&T, Google, Government, Government : US, Hardware, Linux, Microsoft, Mobility, Open Source, Operating Systems, Software

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