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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: Cisco unveils collaboration, e-mail and social tools for the enterprise

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft puts more Azure cloud plumbing in place

Jason Perlow: In Smartphone Wars, Darwinism Triumphs Over Intelligent Design

Jennifer Leggio: Twitter Lists will change the social dynamic

Zack Whittaker: Facebook profile privacy: Take control, student style

Sam Diaz: Skype's legal drama finally ends; Time to start innovating

Rachel King: Peek releases $99 gadget just for Twitter

Christopher Dawson: Why aren't students pushing paperless?

Harry Fuller: ZEROlab to measure carbon footprints

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Worm inflicts Rick Astley wallpaper on jailbroken iPhones

Garett Rogers: Coming Soon: Free video conferencing from Google

Matthew Miller: Zune HD firmware 4.3 adds predictive text and desktop mode

Sean Portnoy: TiVo readying 802.11n Wi-Fi adapter?

Paul Murphy: The real pros and cons of server virtualization

Tom Foremski: Scary study on how lack of IPOs is harming US economy

Doug Hanchard: Human x-ray machines: Coming soon to an airport near you

Joe McKendrick: Bridging the gap between BPM and SOA: look to the repository

Harry Fuller: Pre-Copenhagen climate talks end in Barcelona

GigaOm: Apple Still Not Allowing VoIP Calls Over 3G

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft 'Geneva' identity wares approach the finish line

Harry Fuller: Seeking a bright idea on light bulbs

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to show off new visualization language at PDC

Tom Foremski: AT&T shows new technologies including a "telesole" for shoes...

Andrew Nusca: U.S. unemployment rate highest in 26 years, at 10.2%

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: February 2013 - The date when Firefox could pass Internet Explorer

Sam Diaz: Not enough hours in the day? There's a personal assistant for that

Rachel King: Canon releases EOS 7D firmware update

Harry Fuller: Update on Chinese wallboard with a side order of sulphur

Heather Clancy: Nokia Siemens helps telcos get better handle on energy consumption

Sam Diaz: Google Dashboard brings security settings to the forefront

Ryan Naraine: High-risk flaw dings Google Chrome

CNET: Thunderbird 3: Near-final version due next week

ZDNet UK: Skype deal averts shutdown, allows sale

Joe McKendrick: Event processing means more than 'speeding up' existing systems

Dana Blankenhorn: Why Google released Closure Tools

Heather Clancy: It's public versus private in dispute over electronics recycling laws

Ed Bott: Seven perfectly legal ways to get Windows 7 cheap (or even free)

Dana Blankenhorn: Canadians get a taste of American medical system with IMS Health buy

Matthew Miller: MobileTechRoundup show #189; Verizon DROID choices, Moblin 2.1 for netbooks

Ryan Naraine: Code execution hole in BlackBerry Desktop Manager

Michael Krigsman: 18 truths: The long fail of complexity

Dana Blankenhorn: House due for its health reform vote tomorrow

CNET: Firefox, Chrome get quick fixes

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