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Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

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.

Sam Diaz: Adobe to acquire Ominture; CEO calls move a 'game-changer'

Larry Dignan: Feds launch Apps.gov; Cloud computing players salivate

Oracle unveils second Exadata machine; Ellison steps up data warehousing push

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft exec: 'When Windows is executing well, Microsoft is in good shape'

Ed Bott: The Windows 7 upgrade survival guide

Google Chrome version 3 released

Facebook: 300 Million and On

Diaz: Facebook: "We're cash-flow positive"

Andrew Mager: AIM Lifestream integrates social web, but not instant messaging

Forrester: Defining the generations based on technology era

Heather Clancy: Climate Registry: Give a little, get a little

Michael Krigsman: 'How I tweeted my way out of spinal surgery'

Intel: EC failed to meet 'standard of proof' for $1.45 billion fine

Andrew Nusca: Logitech Portable Lapdesk makes couch computing a little easier

SANS: The Top Cyber Security Risks

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Zune HD: Going beyond the specs

Dana Gardner: Economic and climate imperatives combine to elevate Green IT as cost-productive priority

Silicon Alley Insider: Google FastFlip Is Latest Attack On Amazon Kindle

Murdoch: We're Going To Charge You To Read The WSJ On The Blackberry

Andrew Nusca: HP Envy 13, 15 target Apple MacBook Pro with quality, performance

Report: 9.6" Apple Tablet due in February, for about $900

9to5 mac: Taiwan Economic News: 9.6-inch, PA Semi Apple Tablet due in February, cost $800-$1000

How Intel turned failure into success

Tom Foremski: News analysis: Intel reshuffle moves Maloney closer to succession spot

Foley: Microsoft to detail planned changes in its fiscal reporting structure

Zack Whittaker: IT support: Cut the jargon or find another job

Employment after college: Start off low, work your way up

Garett Rogers: Crop circles: What's Google trying to tell us?

Heather Clancy: Pliant talks up lower energy consumption, cost savings of its new enterprise flash technology

Jennifer Bergen: Make your own iPhone or iPod dock

Virginia backs off demands for Facebook data

Archos 5 Internet Tablet--photos

Larry Dignan: Best Buy earnings miss targets

Jason Perlow: AT&T: No Balls, Just Bull

Dave Greenfield: The Biggest Challenge for HD Voice

Janice Chen: JVC announces Everio GZ-HM400, full 1080p HD camcorder

Dana Blankenhorn: Who's developing Linux?

Dennis Howlett: SAP: brand value and benefits

IT security defenses misdirected

T-Mobile and Sprint? Wild-cards abound

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