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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.

Larry Dignan: Time Warner: AOL's revenue slide continues; We plan to buy Google's 5% AOL stake

Andrew Nusca: Would Palm dare roll out Pre a day before Apple's WWDC keynote?

Dennis Howlett: SAP software revenue skids in first quarter; Maintenance terms tweaked

Ryan Naraine: Identity thieves take aim at Facebook users

Joe Brockmeier: Oprah comes, Oprah goes: Who cares?

Sam Diaz: Is Steve Jobs too frail for even a Town Hall fight?

Larry Dignan: Apple is building a moat (of semiconductors)

Sam Diaz: Survey: Journalism is still important, even on the Internet

Joe McKendrick: Visions of cloud computing and Web 2.0, circa 1990s: the world catches up to Yale's David Gelernter

Dancho Danchev: Survey: 37% of employees would become insiders given the right incentive

Joe McKendrick: Seven stages of SOA maturity: from silos to services

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Hey, Wired President. You Wouldn't Tax the Internet, the Cell Phone or the Tweet. Would You?

Dana Blankenhorn: Media spreads swine flu panic

Jennifer Leggio: Truth about social media 'experts'

Matthew Miller: Review: T-Mobile Cameo connected digital photo frame

Harry Fuller: Ford's Fusion claims world efficiency record

Heather Clancy: Cisco's random acts of green-ness

Ryan Naraine: Five 'must-secure' Web app vulnerabilities

Andrea Baker: You Were Never 1.0, but get ready for Enterprise 2.0

Harry Fuller: Will greentech investors discover food?

Richard Koman: Google on the defensive as book deal starts to come apart

Larry Dignan: Workday lands $75 million in venture funding

CBSNews.com: Obama's 100-day tech review

Christopher Dawson: Panda's cloud-based antivirus is a new free tool for schools

Dana Blankenhorn: Benchmark shows Eucalyptus the money

Dennis Howlett: Sugar CRM reduces prices across the board, looking for broad adoption

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Signs of the Times, Redux: The World's Next Mass(ive) Medium?

Dancho Danchev: Online broker CommSec criticised for weak passwords, lack of SSL

Janice Chen: How to get a high-resolution image from a low-resolution camera

Jason D. O'Grady: iPhone OS 2.0 beta 4 released to developers; iTunes beta hints at Blu-Ray

Matthew Miller: Try the REDFLY Mobile Viewer software and you may fly to Hawaii

Andrew Nusca: Radio Shack punches customer in face, literally

Heather Clancy: How many telecommuters does it take to save a rainforest?

Dana Gardner: PC 'security as a service' gains global cloud footprint with free Panda anti-virus offering

Paula Rooney: Firefox 3.5 Beta 4 now available

Matthew Miller: Microsoft; no phone hardware, no Zune phone, lustworthy 6.5 devices

Mary Jo Foley: TellMe voice search ready for Windows Mobile 6.5

Larry Dignan: Google, Sony, Amazon and Microsoft lead tech industry in Harris reputation rankings

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows 7 "XP Mode" system requirements

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Acoustic Research wireless home theater, Panasonic Blu-ray player, Kodak EasyShare digital camera

ZDNet Asia: Software patents hot topic at Microsoft event

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft finishes Vista SP2

The month ahead: Social networks to shake things up in May

Larry Dignan: SuccessFactors lands big deployment, new cloud computing VP

Paul Greenberg: CRM Pricing Changes: Brother Can You Spare 30 Bucks a Month

ZDNet Asia: Report: Conficker in attack mode

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: $99 - The new "high end" for GPUs

Andrew Nusca: Palm webOS SDK emulator screenshots leak

Dan Kusnetzky: Stratus Avance 1.5 - A Simple, but Powerful, Way to HA/DR for SMB