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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.:

Jason D. O'Grady: Times exec hints at Apple tablet

Dana Blankenhorn: Why Android is beating Windows Mobile

Dave Greenfield: Google Adds Social Search

Larry Dignan: Netflix lands Sony PS3 distribution deal; Bolsters streaming footprint

Larry Dignan: Verizon preps fourth quarter device barrage; Droid will 'stimulate demand'

Sam Diaz: Google Voice extends voicemail features to mobile users

Sam Diaz: Salesforce, Adobe bring Flash to Force.com

Christopher Dawson: More e-readers - more misconceptions

Andrew Nusca: Lenovo reveals dazzling Windows 7 IdeaPad, IdeaCentre lineup

Harry Fuller: There's still VC juice out there for greentech firms

Heather Clancy: Silver Spring signs up another smart grid client

Dave Greenfield: 22 Tools to LifeLog Today

Dana Blankenhorn: News Corp. prepares to destroy more online value

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Ubuntu 9.10 launch - 29 October

Andrew Nusca: Dell unveils 12.1" rugged multitouch tablet PC, Latitude XT2 XFR; withstands drops, spills, sand, children

Is the cloud a better place for our data?

Harry Fuller: Give us clotheslines

Andrew Mager: Threadsy: personal and social media convergence [invites]

Dave Greenfield: A Net Neutrality Solution: Opinions Wanted

Oliver Marks: Accelerating Business Performance: San Francisco & Frankfurt Enterprise 2.0 Conferences

Harry Fuller: Midwest tech firm now wind driven

Joe McKendrick: EAI: square peg trying to fit into round hole of data integration

Dana Blankenhorn: Ubuntu celebrates Thursday drop of koala desktop and server

Doug Hanchard: Talk and drive? More governments ban handheld phone use in vehicles

Sam Diaz: Facebook upgrades its Share button, beefs up analytics offerings

Dana Gardner: Linthicum's latest book: How SOA and cloud intersect for enterprise productivity benefits

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Piracy and the Apple App Store

Andrew Nusca: Web domain names written in Chinese, Arabic, Hebrew, Russian coming soon

CNET: Yahoo Mail outages plague some users

Christopher Dawson: Parents would rather talk drugs than math/science with their kids

Sam Diaz: AOL names its Board of Directors

Joe McKendrick: SOA, Roman, Greek, or Modern: you don't 'do' architecture

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows 7 hourly tracking

Ryan Naraine: UK newspaper Web site hacked; 500,000 job-seekers affected

Michael Krigsman: Can open source software stop IT failure?

Matthew Miller: Planning to install Windows 7 on your netbook, here's a couple tips

Dana Blankenhorn: Cantor Insurance expands benefits counseling with Wellnet unit

CNET: Students find Win 7 upgrade a tough assignment

Paula Rooney: Open source scores small victory at White House

Andrew Nusca: PureSilicon's new Renegade R2 SSD lineup handles extreme heat, cold, shock

Dana Blankenhorn: The chief value of open source

Michael Krigsman: Learning from the weak signals of failure

Christopher Dawson: Netbooks worth the upgrade to Windows 7? Heck yes!

Heather Clancy: Get a charge out of this (or, more solar power to go)

Larry Dignan: Enterprise IT's trust level of Google will increase

Harry Fuller: Tracking efficiency

Matthew Miller: Linux in your hand; from geeks only to consumer friendly mass market

CNET: Universal phone charger OK'd

Dan Kusnetzky: Saying goodbye to Zimbra

Joe McKendrick: Survey: cloud interest grows triple-fold; cost may not be main factor

IT Exec: iPhone builds goodwill with users

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