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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.

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Cisco launches bid to capture the data center

Larry Dignan: Salesforce.com: Pondering the next 10 years

Sean Portnoy: iPhone OS 3.0: What new Wi-Fi improvements and features do you want?

Christopher Dawson: The Seattle P-I bites the dust

Sam Diaz: Facebook tweaks privacy settings while users continue to resist new look

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Intel engages in chest-beating, threatens to yank AMD's x86 license in 60 days

Andrew Nusca: Microsoft Azure cloud suffers first crash

Matthew Miller: Is Apple controlling too much of the new shuffle experience?

Jason D. O'Grady: AT&T's network can't handle large crowds

Sam Diaz: Comcast customer passwords found online; company shifts blame

Larry Dignan: Twitter: A fine 'pre-business' but un-monetizable and a deadly acquisition target

Ryan Naraine: One-year-old (unpatched) Windows 'token kidnapping' under attack

Heather Clancy: IBM is looking less and less like an IT company and more and more like an eco-tech company

Thaddeus Bouchard: 'Green' benefits from your document lifecycle

Larry Dignan: When iTunes lock-in strikes

Larry Dignan: Sesame Street explains Madoff's scheme

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows 7 build 7057 - Performance that blasts past XP, Vista and previous builds

David Morgenstern: Up and downs of the new Mac mini, long live the new Mac Pro

Ed Burnette: Market Moves: Making it up on volume?

Harry Fuller: Bob the apple?

Robin Harris: All flash drives not created equal

Janice Chen: Make a digital pinhole camera for free?

Heather Clancy: HP ships new Ecolabel-certified batteries from Boston-Power

Dana Blankenhorn:The Utah way of health reform

Andrew Nusca: Want a tech gadget bargain? Get it now, or you'll be too late

Jason D. O'Grady: Facebook Connect for iPhone; the next big thing?

Andrew Mager: Browser wars: the platform wins

David Morgenstern: Apple Warning: Water and iPhones don't mix

Matthew Miller: Best free apps for smartphones

Harry Fuller: Fusion, or confusion?

Dana Blankenhorn: Blue Cross puts the reform hammer down in Massachusetts

Jason D. O'Grady: TweetDeck pre-releases Facebook integration

Joe McKendrick: SOA doesn't just integrate, it 'dis-integrates'

Andrew Nusca: Broadband expansion, but at what expense?

Andrew Mager: Beyond aggregation: finding the web's best content

Andrew Nusca: MSI introduces nine-hour netbook with HD video playback

Ryan Naraine: BBC botnet buy: What were they thinking?

John Morris: The sleeper HP Pavilion dv3 13-inch laptop

Andrew Nusca: A USB HD TV tuner debuts for PC and Mac

Dana Blankenhorn: Novell finds big promises for open source in 2009

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: So what is that mystery chip inside the new iPod shuffle's headphones?

Andrew Nusca: Broadcom complaint against rival Qualcomm dismissed

Dennis Howlett: Think Infor is only in maintenance mode? Think again

Dana Blankenhorn: Class war and open source

Larry Dignan: Can Cloudera take Hadoop commercial?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Mix '09: Fewer sheep to be thrown, more business apps shown

Dan Kusnetzky: Emerald Queen uses Neverfail for Exchange

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