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Here are today's notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alertand RSS daily. For continuous updates see BNET's around-the-Web tech coverage:

Larry Dignan: Meet the new Comcast-NBCU: Content meets conduit everywhere; Will it work?

John Morris: Will Chrome netbooks really be competitive?

Zack Whittaker: Google Public DNS offers nothing to home end user

David Morgenstern:: The best iPhone camera tip ever

Jason D. O'Grady: Chrome for Mac coming any day (or hour) now

Dennis Howlett: Anti-SAP? Pfft!!

Brian Sommer: Accenture: 'Branded' by the Tiger Woods mess

Harry Fuller: Some global warming observers who don't do politics, spin or computer modelling

Sam Diaz: Bill aims to limit wireless early termination fees; Do we need this?

Ed Burnette: Player finishes World of Warcraft, moves on to War and Peace

Andrew Nusca: Popular Science, Computerworld, MIT Technology Review sign on for Plastic Logic Que business e-reader

Jason Perlow: Google Backup is what I want for Christmas

Heather Clancy: IBM: More (data center) power efficiency to you

Jason D. O'Grady: California could side with Apple on smoker's warranties

Engadget: Nokia offers sneak peek at improved 2010 Symbian user interface

Harry Fuller: East Anglia investigation begins

Zack Whittaker: Office Web Apps in the wild: Screenshots galore!

Office Web Apps - screenshot gallery

AppleInsider: Mac sales projected to grow 26% in 2010, outpacing PC market

Ryan Naraine: Patch Tuesday heads-up: MS to fix 'critical' IE, Office security holes

Harry Fuller: U.S. government scientists say global warming valid science

Jason D. O'Grady: Episode 119: PowerPage Podcast

Ryan Naraine: Critical zero-day flaw found in Adobe Illustrator

Heather Clancy: EMC sustainability czar explores cloud computing's green credentials

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft delivers two more pieces of its Forefront enterprise security suite

Dana Blankenhorn: The other H1N1 virus makes your PC sick

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: "Grandpa/Grandma Mode" for PCs

Ryan Naraine: Cache poisoning vulnerability in ISC BIND 9

Dana Blankenhorn: What wins in social networking

Mary Jo Foley: Report: Final Microsoft browser ballot may include Opera-suggested modifications

Andrew Nusca: RIM, Monocle collaborate on $1,500 BlackBerry Bold 9700

Doug Hanchard: Canada closer to passing anti-spam law

Andrew Nusca: Micron RealSSD C300 becomes first to use SATA 6Gbps interface

Dana Blankenhorn: Patents the new threat to stem cell research

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft targets programming newbies with new Vedea visualization language

Dana Blankenhorn: Red Hat is the open source company of the decade

Dan Kusnetzky: Conversation with Jim Freeze of Crossbeam Systems

TR Dojo: Dual-boot Windows XP and Windows 7

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