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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 Burnette: Meet Nook: Barnes and Noble's sexy new book reader

Sam Diaz: Yahoo: Major businesses have stabilized; update on Microsoft deal

Larry Dignan: Sun cuts 3,000 jobs as Oracle takeover twists in regulator limbo

Sam Diaz: AT&T encourages employees to speak out against net neutrality

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple shuffles consumer lineup; iMac, MacBook, Mac mini, mouse updated

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: How long until Windows 7 market share beats Mac OS X Leopard/Snow Leopard?

Tom Foremski: There is no Google phone . . .

Matthew Miller: Videos and details reveal features of the Nokia N900 Internet Tablet

Jennifer Leggio: PR + Google Wave: When opportunity meets overkill

Jason Perlow: Who's a candidate for Desktop Linux? Your Kids.

Ryan Naraine: Google Voice mails exposed for all to see and hear

Larry Dignan: HP's Hurd: Cloud computing has its limits (especially when you face 1,000 attacks a day)

David Morgenstern: Apple releases new wireless "magic" multitouch mouse

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Intel debuts Core i7 960

Larry Dignan: Gartner: Cloud computing, analytics top 2010 strategic tech list

Dana Blankenhorn: mySQL founders fork on the post-Oracle future

Andrew Nusca: Apple's $19 remote gets aluminum refresh; control iPod, iPhone, Mac

Paul Greenberg: Finally! A Three-Cornered Consulting Service for Enterprise 2.0

Harry Fuller: What's a brick?

Christopher Dawson: Hannah Montana's good, but Ubuntu Kidsafe would be better

Harry Fuller: Copenhagen may not see any real agreement on greenhouse gases

Andrew Nusca: Jabra Stone reimagines Bluetooth headsets; 'MacBook Air' of earpieces

Jason Perlow: EvriChart: A Linux Success Story

Mary Jo Foley: Meet the father of Microsoft SharePoint: Jeff Teper

Zack Whittaker: One second: The time it takes to wipe three years of work

TechCrunch: Exclusive: Yahoo's VP Applications Scott Dietzen Calls It Quits

Brian Sommer: Demand this from software vendors

Ed Bott: Windows XP Mode Q and A

Dana Gardner: SOA user survey defines latest ESB trends, middleware use patterns

Doug Hanchard: Electronic voting: Changing the world faster than a Windows upgrade

David Morgenstern: Will Apple find El Dorado in Beijing?

Robin Harris: DRAM errors in embedded systems

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft releases Windows-7-friendly version of Desktop Optimization Pack

Dennis Howlett: Gartner in the dock over Magic Quadrant

Mary Jo Foley: SharePoint 2010 SKUs multiply like rabbits

Paula Rooney: Updegrove: Obama should give FOSS equal treatment

Larry Dignan: Graphic of the day: Cloud computing, e-book readers at peak of hype cycle

Dana Blankenhorn: No such thing as a free school lunch

ZDNet UK: LHC cooled to operational temperatures

Ryan Naraine: GAO report: NASA at 'high risk' of data breach

Rachel King: NPR and Livio partner for Wi-Fi radio device

Larry Dignan: The business-to-business of Gist

ZDNet Asia: Rogue security programs are 'ongoing threat'

Sean Portnoy: Asus' wireless HDMI streamer coming next month?

Matthew Miller: Hands-on with the Sprint Samsung Intrepid Windows Phone

Heather Clancy: HP's kinder, gentler stance toward printer paper

Phil Wainewright: What EuroCloud means for SaaS in Europe

Dana Blankenhorn: Nimsoft takes another step forward in cloud monitoring

Larry Dignan: Art of the software deal can get messy

Dan Kusnetzky: Another side of the SCO story

Rachel King: Canon introduces EOS-1D Mark IV Digital SLR Camera


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