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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.

Jason Perlow: $99 iPhones Will Not Improve the Wireless Customer Experience

Tom Foremski: AMD grabs "impressive" market share from Intel in Q1

Mary Jo Foley: We're not in Omaha any more: Microsoft's Bing share on the rise

Paula Rooney: Mozilla pushes out Firefox 3.5 Preview

Larry Dignan: EMC CEO Tucci pens dear Data Domain workers letter

David Morgenstern: Apple vs. Microsoft: Yet another upgrade pricing fiasco


Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Can the Man Who Re-Assembled AT&T Change His Tune For GM?

Sam Diaz: Billboard for WWDC is torn down; startup smells rotten Apple

Christopher Dawson: ARRA grants will have a focus on collaboration, meaningful PD

Ryan Naraine: Adobe patches 13 critical Reader, Acrobat vulnerabilities

Sam Diaz: Google Apps: With Outlook sync, feel free to dump Exchange

Andrew Nusca: Cool-er e-book reader has value, barebones appeal [review]

Christopher Dawson: New software enables communication for students with severe disabilities

Sean Portnoy: Harman Kardon introduces its first Blu-ray player for $499

Jennifer Bergen:MoGo Talk super slim Bluetooth headset for iPhone

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft sheds its third-party anti-piracy technology

Sam Diaz: Facebook to launch vanity URLs - because that's really what we need

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Magellan GPS, Klipsch home theater, Sharp AQUOS HDTV

Heather Clancy: Me too! ZigBee low-power spec also gets nod from health alliance

Jennifer Leggio: Squarespace: Stop harshing my Twitter experience

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Big Brains: Wael Bahaa-El-Din

David Morgenstern: ZFS support falls off of Snow Leopard Server's feature list?

Jennifer Bergen: Sony to cut PS3 price by $100 in August?

Dancho Danchev: Cybercriminals hijack Twitter trending topics to serve malware

ZDNet UK: Court hears NASA hacker 'at risk of psychosis'

Sam Diaz: Wolfram Alpha releases major update; keeps refining

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Should Vista users get a Windows 7 upgrade for $29?

Heather Clancy: Prove it. Verdiem adds sustainability dashboard to enterprise power management software

Jason D. O'Grady: Why AT&T won't support MMS and tethering on the iPhone 3GS

Joe McKendrick: SOA as 'iTunes for business': interesting analogy

Larry Dignan: IBM takes social networking to its channel partners

Christopher Dawson: Med students should be editing, not using, Wikipedia

Matthew Miller: What's this? Nokia showing US buyers some N97 love

Andrew Nusca: New Averatec 25.5-in. all-in-one offers PC, TV combo for $999

Richard Koman: Court says Pirate Bay judge not biased

Dana Gardner: Greenplum speeds creation of 'self-service' data warehouses with Enterprise Data Cloud release

Andrew Nusca: NEC debuts duo of 24-in. MultiSync 16:10 widescreen displays

Andrew Nusca:Subscription-free 4.7-in. Magellan RoadMate 1475T GPS, $299

Heather Clancy: Dell adds 7 states to Goodwill recycling program

Andrew Nusca: HP slashes prices on dv2, dv3, dv6 laptops; aims for college students

Rachel King: 5 tips for better photos with point-and-shoot cameras

ZDNet UK: Juniper revs Ethernet to 100Gbps

Richard Koman: China defends 'healthy development' of spyware

CNET: Apple: Next Mac OS X unlocks chip power

James Farrar: Airlines on Climate: Don't blame us blame the Banks

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Safari 4 - "The world's fastest browser" ... NOT!

Matthew Miller: Like the G1, the battery seems to be the Palm Pre's Achilles heel

Larry Dignan: Forrester survey: Enterprises taking aim at legacy apps

Dan Kusnetzky: Barriers to Entry

Larry Dignan: Smart People: Alex Bayen, Professor, Systems Engineering, UC Berkeley

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