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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.

Ed Bott: Finally, some answers to Windows 7 upgrade questions

Dion Hinchcliffe: Are the iPhone and social networks making the classic Web and intranet obsolete?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft expanding Office Web Apps test program

Jason Perlow: Ding Dong, The Vista's DEAD!

NYT: Sergey Brin Aids Charity That Aided Him

Unwired View: Nokia is exploring 3D multi-touch interface

Photos: Top-rated reviews of the week

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Psystar releases 'build your own Hackintosh' kit

Joe McKendrick: SOA Manifesto unveiled

Garett Rogers: Google Music: What if...

Sam Diaz: Google's Schmidt: Washington politics "not very interesting"

Icahn to resign from Yahoo board

Sergey Brin: Chrome for Mac still unstable

Facebook settlement: Kill Beacon, pay $9.5 million into fund to promote online privacy

Venture Beat: Mark Zuckerberg on how to build hacker culture inside a company

Doug Hanchard: Government in action: 1.3M mobile plans; Mexico's Internet tax; England's crime map

CNet News: Apple punts on lower-cost MacBook

Andrew Nusca: Demand for Windows 7, Xbox lifts Microsoft earnings; more losses online

Sean Portnoy: Would you let Wal-mart do your home-theater installation?

Zack Whittaker: Universities in hot water over students' peer-to-peer sharing

Meet Mozilla's Raindrop: Like Google Wave, but different enough to co-exist

Photos: The newest in Taser tech

Janice Chen: Sony's new digital photo frame includes built-in photo printer

Rachel King: Access, Emblaze Mobile debut Linux-based 'Else Intuition'

Jason Perlow: Frugal Friday: Mac refresh, Magic Mouse, Verizon DROID, The Nook, Windows 7, Likewise

Dana Blankenhorn: Drupal challenged as White House goes blog

Mark Cuban: The DVR vs Internet Video

Tech Crunch: Tim Armstrong's Secret Project Is To Turn AOL Into A Low-Cost Content Machine

Dave Greenfield: LifeLogging and Love: A Fatal Combination?

Tom Foremski: MSFT versus GOOG - there's a big gap

Heather Clancy: Alternative to electrical retrofits helps Verizon Center save $25K monthly

Zack Whittaker: Email Overload Syndrome: Too much in too many places

Christopher Dawson: So about this SIF thing

Matthew Miller: iPhone app review: Mantis Bible Study

Harry Fuller: Liquids from methane could be better than mere gas(oline)

Mitch Ratcliffe: Updating Kindles-sold estimates: 1.072 million

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