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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.

Larry Dignan: Microsoft lands Facebook, Twitter deals for Bing

Doug Hanchard: Net Neutrality: Hit satire coming to a theatre near you

Larry Dignan: eBay 'cautiously optimistic' heading into the holidays, but outlook disappoints

Mitch Ratcliffe: Nook Clarified: Really solid progress for e-readers

Ed Bott: Windows 7: An impressive upgrade

Larry Dignan: Google's Schmidt makes enterprise app case as consumer, corporate lines blur

Sam Diaz: Yahoo: Giving users a mobile experience, not a mobile OS

Tom Foremski: Legal dispute sheds light on how Gartner's "Magic Quadrant" is made up

Michael Krigsman: Gartner Magic Quadrant lawsuit: Sour grapes or real gripes?

Joe McKendrick: Gartner leaves SOA off 'top ten' list - again

David Morgenstern: Avoiding version confusion with Snow Leopard Server's diagnostic toolset

Web 2.0 Summit video: GE shows off mini ultrasound device

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple's bumper crop of fall hardware, reviewed

TR Dojo: Five must-have Firefox add-ons

Janice Chen: Canon EOS 5D Mark II firmware update to add broadcast and cinema frame rates

Dana Blankenhorn: Don't tase me in the chest, bro

Andrew Mager: Gowalla CEO Josh Williams on game mechanics, user experience, and competition

Harry Fuller: Can a car be fuel efficient and fun?

Jason D. O'Grady: iFixit: Disassembling the new MacBook unibody

Larry Dignan: Twitter CEO: Why he turned down Facebook

Harry Fuller: Brickbats over bricks

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: A word of warning on hard disk recovery by swapping logic boards

CNET: Firefox's crossroads: Cutting-edge or mainstream?

Harry Fuller: Tracking the sun for more efficiency

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Dell: A few examples of what's wrong with your tech support

Dana Gardner: Global study: Hybrid model rules as cloud heats up, SaaS adoption blazing

Paula Rooney: Ubuntu, SUSE, Fedora Linux updates prepped as Win7 release nears

Matthew Miller: B&N Nook beats Amazon Kindle & Sony Reader, here's why

Dana Blankenhorn: Revolution gets $9 million and Nie

Windows 7 podcast: What will the upgrade cycle look like?

Heather Clancy: IBM adds to green consulting services

Dana Blankenhorn: mySQL starring as Peter Pan

Churchill Club podcast: An Evening with Michael Dell

Dana Gardner: Here's why Apple is doing so well -- it's the top half, stupid

Larry Dignan: CA jumps into eco software market; Plans to launch carbon tracking suite

Matthew Miller: T-Mobile announces 3G BlackBerry Bold 9700 with 624 MHz processor

Heather Clancy: Like frequent flyer points, but for energy reductions

Doug Hanchard: Global cyberwar: Installed in your PC at home, the office and government

Larry Dignan: SaaS: Shelfware as a service?

ZDNet Asia: Windows 95 wiped out last PC competition

CNET: Attackers could steal crypto keys from mobile devices

Larry Dignan: Retail distribution may tip e-reader race; Barnes & Noble rolls out Nook

Doug Hanchard: Antitrust: Time to break apart the phone companies -- again?

Andrew Nusca: Able Planet NC200 headphones offer active noise cancellation at bargain basement price [review]

Dan Kusnetzky: Site Uptime Network experiences

Larry Dignan: CyberThreats: Complacency abounds

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