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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.

Larry Dignan: Time Warner preps for AOL spin-off; Google's 5% stake worth $283 million

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft: European XP and Vista users to get the ballot screen, too

Dion Hinchliffe: Ten top issues in adopting enterprise social computing

Andrew Nusca: Will Apple's rumored tablet be an 'iPod touch DX'? It's all about perception

Forrester: Cloud DR services are realDan Kusnetzky: Cloud Computing and Governance

Matthew Miller: King of the QWERTYs: AT&T Nokia E71x

Heather ClancyRecognizing eco-minded young people

NetSuite offers discount for green-friendly organizations

Oliver Marks: The Movers & Shakers Conference...

Dennis Howlett: SAP unplugged: Vishal Sikka and John Schwarz on deck

Nusca: Western Digital Scorpio Blue 1TB 2.5-in. HDD, $249

Sam Diaz: eBay to identify top sellers with badge

Startup wants to help newspapers but (get this!) news execs need proof of problem first

Intuit launches open source community

PaidContent: Silverman Leaving NBC To Start New Video Company At Diller's IAC Google releases Donut code, without multitouch

Janice Chen: Panasonic announces ultra-thin Lumix DMC-ZR1 with 8x wide-angle zoom

Larry Dignan: Egnyte raises $6 million in venture funding

Harry FullerDoes "oil" have a negative spin?

Dana Blankenhorn: Lance Armstrong for health czar

Ad Age: Do You Bing?  Yahooers May Soon Search With Microsoft

TechCrunch: Exclusive: Friendster Shopping Itself Around In Asia

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