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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.

Sam Diaz: Amazon gets bullied, pulls purchased e-books from Kindles

Mary Jo Foley: Yahoo and Microsoft: If at first you don't succeed...

Sam Diaz: Verizon changes tune on handset exclusivity. Will AT&T follow? Will it even matter?

Larry Dignan: Google moves to show YouTube has 'a very credible business model'

Dennis Howlett: Oracle cranks up some prices 40%

Larry Dignan: The storage consolidation continues: HP acquires IBRIX

Jennifer Leggio: The psychology of social media: Can a visible brand ruin your life?

Jason D. O'Grady: The proper way to set up MobileMe on an iPhone

Sean Portnoy: Hell freezing over? Toshiba set to release a Blu-ray player this year

Robin Harris: Elvis, your e-passport is ready!

Matthew Miller: podcast 19, back to chat with Joel about mobile gadgets

Andrew Nusca: NYU researchers create 'invisible flash;' takes photos without glare

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Apple/Microsoft sued over iPod/Zune controls

Andrew Nusca: Amazon to replace cracked Kindle e-readers free; drops $200 charge

Janice Chen: How to get high-end "Steadicam" shots from your low-end camcorder, on the cheap

Jason Perlow: Frugal Friday: Hewlett-Packard Tech Support, Amazon as "Big Brother", Apollo 11 40th Anniversary, Scientific Linux

Paul Murphy: Managing IT in desperate times

Harry Fuller: Solar cycles, weather and climate

Jason Perlow: To the Moon: Grumman, One Giant Landing for Mankind

Dana Blankenhorn: Flu turns dangerous

Harry Fuller: How much alcohol is too much? Feds to decide.

Christopher Dawson: A success story out of Florida

Garett Rogers: Could new Google Docs be interface for GDrive?

Andrew Nusca: Is Dell's overseas Inspiron 13 an answer to Apple's MacBook Pro?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to change default browser setting option in IE 8

Chris Jablonski: Printable batteries

CNET: Cisco cuts another 600-plus jobs

Sam Diaz: Friday distraction: Let's hear your review of "IT Chicks"

Andrew Nusca: Corsair debuts Extreme Series X32, X64, X128 SSDs

Dana Blankenhorn: Deadlines absent in final meaningful use definition

Harry Fuller: Brrrrm! Brrrrm! Brammo makes a little noise.

Heather Clancy: What will that green project cost you? GlassHouse service calculates the environmental tab.

Richard Koman: On's Blogger Bunch

CNET: Microsoft sues to catch alleged IM spammers, phishers

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: iHome iPhone and iPod speakerphone, MoGo Bluetooth mouse, TomTom GPS, Sony BRAVIA HDTV

Mary Jo Foley: Windows 7, netbook support in the works for Windows Home Server

Adrian KIngsley-Hughes: Is Windows 7 E just a gimmick?

Joe McKendrick: SOA's squishy paybacks revisited

Dana Blankenhorn: What open source government data gets you

Larry Dignan: The decade's biggest tech flops: Funny how Sony and Microsoft dominate

Dana Gardner: HP wraps up virtual event series with sessions on IT challenges and solutions

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft releases Dryad concurrent-programming code to academics

Dana Gardner: Cloud governance: something old, something new, something borrowed...

Michael Krigsman: Friday madness: $23 quadrillion software glitch

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: What do you want from your next computer?

CNET: Bill Gates - the science guy

Sean Portnoy: Belkin cancels FlyWire wireless HD solution while Atlona releases new wireless USB to HDMI adapter

Larry Dignan: How does a solar cell work?

Dan Kusnetzky: Novell PlateSpin Migrate really moves Solaris workloads