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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.

Google Chrome OS coverage:

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft promotes Windows chief Sinofsky to president

Larry Dignan: NetApp, Data Domain merger nixed; EMC wins with $2.1 billion bid

Andrew Nusca: Amazon drops Kindle e-reader price to $299; is it enough?

Jason D. O'Grady: SEC reviewing Apple disclosures about Jobs' health

Larry Dignan: Why Oracle bought Sun: 60% of enterprise software vendors rely on Java

Sam Diaz: CNET: It's time for Google's CEO to resign from Apple's board

Matthew Miller: T-Mobile customers can now pre-order the myTouch 3G and order the Dash 3G

Joe McKendrick: Prediction: cloudy future threatens SOA vendors

Jason Hiner: Generator Research predicts iPhone will overtake Nokia in 2012

Sean Portnoy: Sharp unveils new LED-backlit Aquos LCD HDTVs

Ryan Naraine: Apple plugs dangerous Safari security holes

Rachel King: HD Camera Guide raffling off cameras and HD camcorders

Oliver Marks: Battling for the Mother Of All Monopolies...

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Sharp Blu-ray player, Linksys wireless router, Sony BRAVIA LCD HDTV

Harry Fuller: Has the U.S. already lost green tech to other nations?

Rachel King: Nikon cameras and lenses' release schedule leaked

Sam Diaz: Sprint beats Verizon, AT&T in nationwide 3G reliability tests

Jason Perlow: Trafficking in Michael Jackson

Harry Fuller: Green Tech gets video home online

Rachel King: London police find four stolen Nikon D3x cameras

Harry Fuller: G-8 not so great?

Christopher Dawson: Can netbook subsidies from wireless companies work for schools?

ZDNet UK: Gartner finds lukewarm response to SaaS

Dana Blankenhorn: What do you do about pain?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft updates more of its hosted services infrastructure

Dana Gardner: Don't use an ESB unless you absolutely, positively need one, Mule CTO warns

Rachel King: Japan gives the Pope a Sony HD camcorder

Dancho Danchev: Transmitter.C mobile malware spreading in the wild

Ed Bott: Windows 7 Family Pack, Anytime Upgrade prices leak

Michael Krigsman: The truth about zombie projects

ZDNet UK: Ubuntu netbook remix 'acid test' wrap-up

Jason D. O'Grady: Pandora saved from the hangman's noose

Heather Clancy: How green is your DSL? Alcatel-Lucent sez theirs is brightest green

Richard Koman: US, S. Korean websites under attack; N. Korea blamed

ZDNet UK: Android on PC gets new input

Larry Dignan: Judge puts kibosh on YouTube copyright damages dogpile

Dana Blankenhorn: Codeplex the measure of Microsoft open source street cred

Janice Chen: Sony announces HDR-CX520V and HDR-CX500V: flash memory HD camcorders with built-in GPS

Heather Clancy: Like ITIL, but for managing greenhouse emissions

Matthew Miller: Need a Facebook client for your Android device? Check out Babbler and Bloo

Phil Wainewright: Microsoft, hoist by a Chrome petard

Dan Kusnetzky: Rumors

Sam Diaz: Spammers like shortcut URLs, too. Should Twitter be worried?

Larry Dignan: Do hardware startups have a better shot at success?

Andrew Nusca: Are we falling out of love with the Dell Adamo?

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