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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.

Larry Dignan: Microsoft-Yahoo search pact appears to be a win-win (if smaller) deal

Dancho Danchev: Spammers go multilingual, use automatic translation services

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Apple/AT&T/iPhone - Everything that's wrong with the cellphone industry wrapped up in a single package

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft privately testing Office 2010 streaming-download model

Dennis Howlett: Salesforce.com: rethinking the database

Dancho Danchev: 419 scammers using Dilbert.com

John Morris: Report: Acer back-tracking on Android in August

Virgin Galactic unveils Eve; Snares Abu Dhabi investment

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Forrester: IBM goes deeply predictive, announces acquisition of SPSS

Andrew Nusca: A 'personal cloud' with Novatel's MiFi 2372 3G Wi-Fi hotspot; AT&T, T-Mobile

Chris Jablonski: HP's newest supercomputer geared for energy and environment

Jennifer Bergen: BlackBerry Storm price dropped to $99.99: Is that enough?

Tom Foremski: The real-time web versus the static web . . .

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft external PR chief to get a blue badge

Ad Age: The Web Is Flat: Why Time Spent Online Is Leveling Off

HP darknet is 'not for dissidents'

Firefox 4.0 looks like Chrome?

Zack Whittaker: The "offline Twitter" experiment

Rachel King: ImageSpan and liveBooks announce new partnership

Dana Blankenhorn: Obesity is the health reform fault line

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