News to know: Apple, iPhone 3GS; Google Voice; Blu-ray; Bartz

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.

Jason Hiner: Apple thumbs nose at Palm, reports 1 million iPhone 3G S units sold in 3 days

Jason Hiner: iPhone 3G S or Palm Pre? The decision-making process

Sam Diaz: Is the public debut of Google Voice just around the corner?

Sean Portnoy: Holy Betamax, Batman! Blu-ray is still barely beating out HD-DVD

Sam Diaz: Is Carol Bartz a graduate of the Jobs-Ellison School of Management?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft preps PC makers for Windows 7 Upgrade launch

Matthew Miller: T-Mobile USA announces myTouch 3G Android device

Ted Schadler: Calculating the fully loaded costs of corporate email: It's bigger than you think

Heather Clancy: Better Business Bureau weighs in on green claims of Dell vs. Apple

Michael Krigsman: HP connects IT investment, value, and transparency

Jason Hiner: New version of Oracle PLM tool helps IT streamline product development

Rachel King: Kodak to end production of Kodachrome

Ryan Naraine: Mozilla tackles XSS vulnerabilities with new technology

Rachel King: Canon, Casio, Panasonic and Samsung are "standout" brands

Matthew Miller: Does MobileMe's Find My iPhone lead to potential bodily harm?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: eBay scammers try to scam security expert

Harry Fuller: Detroit's shrunken three looking better, but...

Richard Koman: Payola bloggers, FTC is watching you

Dana Blankenhorn: Supplements make everyone a beta tester

Harry Fuller: America's #1 global warmer

Rachel King: Make the best out of your photos while traveling

ZDNet Asia: India's IT growth to slow down in 2009

Jason Hiner: iSuppli: Global PC sales took historic nosedive in Q1

Heather Clancy: Got some opinions about smart grid technology? U.S. Commerce Department seeks feedback

Jason Perlow: ABC's "Impact": Oh No, Not Again!

Dana Gardner: Eclipse plug-in puts TOGAF 9 into IDE collaboration mode for architects

ZDNet UK: Schneier: Security neglected in economic gloom

Dennis Howlett: Infor Flex: innovation or fail?

Dana Gardner: HP's Andy Isherwood on running IT like a business, with an eye to transforming IT's role

Andrew Nusca: FTC to go after product reviews bloggers who accept freebies

Dennis Howlett: What really happened with SAP Business ByDesign?

Joe McKendrick: Vendors being pushed into cloud, kicking and screaming?

Rachel King: Three safe, good cameras for kids this summer

Andrew Nusca: QNAP introduces 'smallest 8-bay Atom NAS'

Richard Koman: Having forced one Irish ISP to adopt three strikes rules, labels sue to force others to match policy

CNET: Intel expanding beyond its core

Joe McKendrick: Service orienting, one piece at a time

Andrew Nusca: Sony Vaio P-series updated with 1.6GHz Atom, 128GB SSD

Dana Blankenhorn: Creative destruction in Canada

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Motorola Bluetooth headset, Panasonic HDTV, iPod nano

ZDNet UK: Large Hadron Collider restart pushed back again

Dana Blankenhorn: Channel ambition is not a conspiracy

Andrew Nusca: Intel to skip 45nm Havendale and go directly to 32nm Clarkdale

ZDNet UK: Experts: Don't clamp down on social media

Dan Kuznetzky: Another view on Red Hat's Virtualization Portfolio