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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: Wolfram/Alpha's demo: Search results meet analytics

Mary Jo Foley: Could Verizon be a (or 'the') carrier for Microsoft's Pink?

Harry Fuller: Swine flu: gaia v. capitalism?

Andrew Mager: Facebook Mobile copying Twitter: Subscribe to friends' status

Sam Diaz: RealDVD hearing: Don't block the software because of what-ifs

Larry Dignan: What would Larry Ellison do with Microsoft (it wouldn't be Vine)

Andrew Nusca: iPhone users don't use device for work, study says

Richard Koman: Antitrust investigation into Google book deal?

Sean Portnoy: Epson adds new 1080p LCD projectors to Ensemble HD Home Cinema System

Harry Fuller: Three groups in Western Hemisphere get MacArthurs

Ed Burnette: Firefox gets emergency update to fix the last update

Mary Jo Foley: More Windows 7 XP Mode questions and more Microsoft answers

Heather Clancy: Four companies join favored IT asset disposer list

Ryan Naraine: Adobe: Turn off JavaScript in PDF Reader

Jason Perlow: General Motors: It's Time for a Rebranding

Sam Diaz: Sun's disappointing Q3: Soon to be Oracle's problem

ZDNet UK: Tech giants form open cloud standards group

Larry Dignan: Dial-up Internet access: A fine business to milk?

John Morris: AMD Radeon HD 4770: Great graphics for $99

Ryan Naraine: Windows AutoRun gets a makeover to combat malware

Dana Gardner: Can software development aspire to the cloud?

Christopher Dawson: I haven't had a good rant recently

Jennifer Bergen: Best Buy to sell vinyl records?

Jason D. O'Grady: The netbook blacklash

Christopher Dawson: One policy to rule them all?

Podcast: Women Tech Executive Roundtable: What's Top of Mind in 2009

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Max memory limits for 64-bit Windows 7

Dana Blankenhorn: Health gets one-quarter of Obama science board seats

Kevin O'Marah: China and IP: the piper will get paid

Dana Blankenhorn: Everything on Facebook is an ad

Mary Jo Foley: Office 2007 Service Pack 2 available for download

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Time to give Adobe Reader the shove

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Skype sale, Dell Outlet clearance, Sony Blu-ray player, HP Officejet printer

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple is being accused of stifling free speech; again

Mary Jo Foley: 'Private cloud' = just another buzzword for on-premise datacenter?

Jason D. O'Grady: iPhone lite and mediapad rumored from Apple

Michael Krigsman: Chuck Norris Syndrome and IT failure

Ed Burnette: Google: Upgrade now to Android 1.5 "Cupcake" SDK

Ryan Naraine: Exploit posted for brand-new Adobe PDF zero-day

Dana Blankenhorn: The campaign for real keyboards

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows 7 on a netbook - My verdict

Larry Dignan: Zoho preps mobile suite

Heather Clancy: Intel still atop EPA green power list

CNET: Mozilla releases Firefox 3.5 beta

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Hotmail blocking GMX mail for some in Europe

Larry Dignan: As the data center turns: IBM gets tight with Juniper, Brocade; Take that Cisco

Andrew Nusca: HP debuts ProBook laptops with preinstalled SuSE Linux

Matthew Miller: iPhone Quickoffice 1.1.1 update available, was the product released too early?

Zack Whittaker: Get involved: build me your perfect tech-filled house

Dan Kusnetzky: Partnership for Families - a Virtual Computer NxTop user profile

Matthew Miller: Android 1.5 available for installation on Android Developer Phone

Topics: Collaboration, CXO, Data Centers, Enterprise Software, Hardware, iPhone, Microsoft, Mobility, Operating Systems, Social Enterprise, Software, Storage, Windows

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