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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: A good fit: Amazon gobbles up Zappos

Sam Diaz: eBay's Q2: PayPal, Skype growth offset by declines at marketplace sites

Jason Perlow: Windows Server 2008 R2 Releases to Manufacturing

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: AMD sales slump 13%

Matthew Miller: Plastic Logic Reader will connect via AT&T and WiFi

Sam Diaz: Apple can't seriously be "very happy" with AT&T relationship

Christopher Dawson: Is Microsoft getting serious about education?

Garett Rogers: More clues that new Google Docs is related to GDrive

David Morgenstern: WiFi drop-off problem still dogging MacBook lines?

Harry Fuller: Researcher: Pee power in our energy future

Brian Sommer: Wedding Bells: NetSuite + OpenAir + QuickArrow

Larry Dignan: VMware: 'Somewhat better visibility' ahead

Heather Clancy: Microsoft goes Hohm with energy-tracking application

Matthew Miller: Dead Finger Tech: Amazon Kindle ebook reader

Ryan Naraine: Adobe Flash zero-day attack underway; Harden PDF Reader immediately

CNET: Chrome security boosts Google OS plan

Christopher Dawson: Dead-finger tech: Google Apps

Ed Burnette: World of Warcraft Armory charms the iPhone

Andrew Nusca: Rumor: Apple to team with Verizon for tablet computer

Sam Diaz: Growth of 3G wireless broadband illustrates demand for 4G connections

Jennifer Leggio: SecurityBSides 'unconference' takes on Las Vegas during Black Hat, Defcon

Dana Blankenhorn: Open source actively lobbies for a piece of the federal pie

Larry Dignan: Nortel's carcass is in high demand

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Kingston 8GB USB flash drive, Dell Inspiron desktop computer, Canon EOS Rebel T1i

Joe McKendrick: SOA's 'blind spot' -- where's the timely and trusted data?

ZDNet Asia: Chinese firms accused of 'Sexy Space' Trojan

Matthew Miller: Will pre-teens really adopt the new iPod touch as a VoIP phone?

Brian Sommer: Teams in the (Troubled) Cloud

Dana Blankenhorn: Does HIMSS own the incoming Surgeon General?

Janice Chen: Fujifilm announces two hot megazooms: 10x ultracompact and top-of-the-line shooter

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Apple lawyers tried to hush up exploding iPod reports

Mary Jo Foley: Will the 'real' Windows 7 testers please stand up?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Corsair's Dominator GT DDR3 RAM back on sale

Tom Foremski: Adknowledge acquires Smart Rewards: Can virtual cash reinvent online ads?

Matthew Miller: Hands on: T-Mobile myTouch 3G Google Android device is all about you

CNET: Firefox 3.0.12 patches five 'critical' problems

Jason Hiner: Survey: 71% of IT departments block users from social networking

Mary Jo Foley: Pigs are flying low: Why Microsoft open-sourced its Linux drivers

Zack Whittaker: Live@edu and Moodle: A shameless publicity stunt?

Heather Clancy: Just leave it behind: Moving company teams with e-cycler

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: NVIDIA ForeceWare 190.38 drivers out for GeForce/ION

Dan Kusnetzky: Cloud Survey results - everything old is new again

Larry Dignan: IBM bolsters Juniper pact; Reseller deal with Cisco

Google gets Bing'd in Australia (video)

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