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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.

Andrew Nusca: Verizon unveils 30-second ad for Droid Android phone; slams iPhone

Sam Diaz: Senior IBM exec among those charged in Wall Street insider trading sting

Matthew Miller: Is the Google Android platform the upcoming smartphone of choice?

Larry Dignan: Amazon same day delivery squarely aimed at brick-and-mortar rivals

Sean Portnoy: 3D HDTV without glasses? Hitachi has a prototype display for that.

WSJ Digits: Facebook and Twitter Founders Join Net Neutrality Wars

Christopher Dawson: Google Edu Apps and Live@Edu: More than 1 way to skin a cat?

Sam Diaz: "Gone Google" campaign goes global

Doug Hanchard: UK envisions zero waste: What about computers?

Andrew Mager: Let's hope Facebook can integrate FriendFeed's special sauce

Harry Fuller: Carwatchers watching Tokyo

Andrew Nusca: Verizon to receive Palm Pre 'early next year'

Joe McKendrick: What if they had a SOA and nobody came?

Paul Murphy: Of snow, rocks, a book, and another partisan attack on IBM

Forrester: SharePoint rolls on, gathers no MOSS

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Acer Aspire One netbook, Sony CyberShot digital camera, KEF PicoForte 1 iPod speaker

Garett Rogers: A billion streamed videos per day, $0 in bandwidth costs

Zack Whittaker: Governments: Listen to citizens on broadband action

Harry Fuller: Calling all global cooling, how about a little help here?

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple allows in-app purchases in free apps

Ryan Naraine: Podcast: Inside the OWA attacks, Patch Tuesday wrap-up

Jason D. O'Grady: Five essential apps for jailbroken iPhones

Harry Fuller: The really inconvenient truth: real price of our energy

Christopher Dawson: Can simulations fill the gap in 21st century ed?

Sam Diaz: Google takes Street View off-road; Cast your vote for places to shoot

Brian Sommer: Two Views of the Software Market

Ryan Naraine: Oracle to fix 38 database, product vulnerabilities

Dana Blankenhorn: Kolodner move boosts open source health IT

Andrew Mager: Please, someone build a better Wave!

Dennis Howlett: Why I moved to iPhone

Ryan Naraine: phpMyAdmin Plugs SQL Injection, XSS Flaws

Dana Gardner: What's on your watch list? Forrester identifies 15 key technologies for enterprise architects

Matthew Miller: MobileTechRoundup show #186, Nokia N900, dual boot laptops, Moto CLIQ

Dana Blankenhorn: Analysts build open source straw men

Phil Wainewright: How to avoid the amateur cloud

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Best 'bang for the buck' graphics cards

Andrew Nusca: Windows 7 vs. Snow Leopard: Benchmark performance showdown

Larry Dignan: Oracle's big plan: Double revenue in five years

Matthew Miller: AT&T Tilt 2 reviewed as last of four Touch Pro2 US variants

Dana Blankenhorn: McCarran-Ferguson and a cross-state health market

Rachel King: Poll: Have you ever bought a camera because of a celebrity?

Heather Clancy: Energy measurement to go: Onset intros portable energy logging system

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows 7 stability and reliability update available for download

ZDNet Asia: Five steps before moving to Windows 7

Dan Kusnetzky: VMware facing challengers on all sides

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