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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: AT&T sues Verizon Wireless, calls map ad "misleading" but doesn't dispute accuracy

Matthew Miller: T-Mobile experiences voice and text outage across the country

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft seeks to lure Salesforce, Oracle users with six months free of CRM Online

Ed Bott: What Microsoft won't tell you about Windows 7 licensing

Andrew Nusca: Cisco, EMC, VMware announce joint integrated datacenter venture

Matthew Miller: Sony Ericsson announces XPERIA X10 Google Android device

Sam Diaz: Spring Design sues Barnes & Noble over Alex, Nook

Christopher Dawson: Moodlerooms announces joule platform at EDUCAUSE

John Morris: Acer adds Core i7 to its desktop replacement

Chris Jablonski: Biodegradable silk electronics to improve implants

Andrew Nusca: Second Motorola Droid ad lands: 'What in the world is that?'

Associated Press: Intuit completes buyout of Mint.com

Heather Clancy: Canadian organization enables peer-to-peer carbon comparisons

Doug Hanchard: The taxman goes mainstream on YouTube

Tom Foremski: Are iPhone users really as vacuous as this study reveals?

Heather Clancy: Seeing is believing: Locus Technologies environmental software helps visualize the impact

Harry Fuller: Washington: lots of talk about global warming

Dana Gardner: Aster Data architects application logic with data for speeded-up analytics processing en masse

Matthew Miller: Do you really want to carry another device just for Twitter?

CNET: Malwarebytes accuses rival of software theft

Christopher Dawson: New Live@Edu offerings keep pressure on Google Apps for Education

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to show Office Mobile 2010 at TechEd Europe

Tom Foremski: Looking beyond iPhone or Android - Ribbit creates a software "clone" phone

Ryan Naraine: Adobe Shockwave haunted by critical security holes

Ed Burnette: Skype open source? Ain't gonna happen

CNET: Chrome 4.0 gets beta release

Zack Whittaker: Google Wave: Has potential, but let loose too soon

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Hardware 2.0 'Very Best Kit List' for Nov/Dec 09

Dan Kusnetzky: Cloud computing making new alliances

Sam Diaz: Calling all innovators: Google hangs "Help Wanted" sign

New York Times: End to a Fight Over Skype May Be Near

ZDNet UK: Intel investigating Windows 7 iPhone sync flaw

CNET UK: The iPhone is the worst phone in the world

Jennifer Leggio: Developing government's human voice

David Morgenstern: Thursby updates DAVE and ADmitMac solutions for Windows networking

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to raise prices, add more high-end editions with SQL Server 2008 R2

Andrew Nusca: Lenovo all-in-one ThinkCentre PC aims for business; starts $499

Dana Blankenhorn: GOP will present a health care bill

Harry Fuller: Labels that lie, or perhaps elide a bit

Dana Blankenhorn: Kidneys do not like those chip and diet soda lunches

Dana Gardner: ]You'll be far better off in a future without enterprise software

Matthew Miller: Review: tapSTICK gives you back control of your iPod shuffle

David Morgenstern: Snow Leopard: Don't get caught in date handling change in AppleScript

Rachel King: New Marvell e-book reader platform promises faster product, lower price tag

Dancho Danchev: iHacked: jailbroken iPhones compromised, $5 ransom demanded

Dana Blankenhorn: Skype plays footsie with open source

Dana Gardner: Survey: Virtualization and physical infrastructures need to be managed in tandem

Rachel King: Finding pocket cameras with the best anti-shake feature

Sam Diaz: Survey: mobile access to files is critical to small business

Dana Blankenhorn: Yahoo does right by Traffic Server

Matthew Miller: Review: Celio rolls out BlackBerry client for the REDFLY Mobile Companion

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