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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.

Sam Diaz: Another strong quarter for Apple; credit strong iPhone, Mac sales

Rachel King: Spring Design debuts Google Android-based e-book reader, Alex

Mary Jo Foley: Ad agencies to DOJ: We like the Microsoft-Yahoo deal

Jason D. O'Grady: Verizon Droid ad attacks iPhone on features

Sam Diaz: Web powerhouses to FCC: We support open Internet

Dana Blankenhorn: Motorola goes all-in for Google Android

Larry Dignan: How did IT fall so far behind the tech curve?

Doug Hanchard: Success or failure equals government intervention

Andrew Nusca: Plastic Logic unveils Que capacitive touchscreen e-book reader; aims at business professionals

Chris Jablonski: 'Scaffolding' to regenerate lost or damaged bones and tissues, even stop age clock

Harry Fuller: Some prepare for Copenhagen climate meeting

Tom Foremski: Would you sell your growing startup or wait for more money?

Christopher Dawson: Clients: fat vs. thin, net vs. note

Technologizer: Virgin America Wi-Fi for Free (Thanks, Google!)

Silicon Alley Insider: Do Rajaratnam's Google Trades Really Amount To Insider Trading?

Oliver Marks: SharePoint 2010 Vegas First Impressions

Harry Fuller: Could you green the world brick by brick?

Jason Perlow: What's next after SpamWaves, WavePorn?

Dancho Danchev: Fake 'Conflicker.B Infection Alert' spam campaign drops scareware

Harry Fuller: The real-life energy battles are NOT fought in Congress

Ed Bott: Windows 7 in action: a closer look at Windows XP Mode

Harry Fuller: Kivalina lawsuit died but spawned similar claim

Doug Hanchard: StatsCan reports 10.9% decline in computer and software store sales

Dana Gardner: Speaking of SOA: Are services nouns or verbs?

Dancho Danchev: 'Evil Maid' USB stick attack keylogs TrueCrypt passphrase

Mary Jo Foley: Free Silverlight streaming service to be replaced by paid Azure-hosted service

Dana Blankenhorn: SCO story ends with a whimper

Ryan Naraine: Microsoft: Human error caused critical SMB2 vulnerability

Joe McKendrick: HR specialist asks Oracle: where's the 'fusion'?

Mary Jo Foley: SharePoint: What's coming when with the 2010 release?

Andrew Nusca: Dell Adamo XPS to have 'heat-sensing' automatic cover latch

Jono Bacon: Failure as a springboard to success

Dancho Danchev: Commonwealth fined $100k for not mandating antivirus software

Larry Dignan: Stinks to be the CIO: The 2010 IT budget may spike to 2006 resource levels

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Nine out of 10 corporate PCs can run Windows 7 ... but that's not the whole story

Dana Blankenhorn: Massachusetts becomes Canada as reform debate nears climax

Michael Krigsman: Going commando: Four signs of CRM failure

Dennis Howlett: Future ERP

Dana Blankenhorn: Microsoft wins seat at health IT table

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Did 'reporters' sink Vista?

Mary Jo Foley: Testers to get Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 this week; final by March 2010

Joe McKendrick: Should SOA services be 'resalable,' versus 'reusable'?

Rachel King: How-To Photograph, Shop and Edit Tips Round-Up

Larry Dignan: Teradata unveils cloud strategy, answer for Oracle's Exadata machine

Zack Whittaker: Windows 7 puts Vista into perspective: Only a 'failure' in retrospect

Larry Dignan: Wither Silicon Valley? IT will be driven by emerging markets

Larry Dignan: Sprint acquires iPCS; Deal ends legal spat

Jennifer Bergen: Fare thee well, lovely ToyBox readers: My Top 10 favorite posts

Ryan Naraine: Mozilla blocks (then unblocks) dangerous MS .NET Firefox add-on

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft says 'steady progress' continues in Sidekick data recovery

Dana Blankenhorn: Microsoft breaks Firefox

Phil Wainewright: Beware the allure of Fool's Cloud

CNET: Researchers tout 'wimpy nodes' for Net computing

ZDNet UK: IBM launches systems management in a box

Doug Hanchard: BlackBerry the choice of organized crime

Heather Clancy: New power management software targets "unused" servers

Tom Foremski: Is there an East Coast tech revival?

Dan Kusnetzky: Uptime Institute Seminar

Larry Dignan: Apple's September quarter: Expect Mac unit upside

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