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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: Dell continues to bet on 2010 enterprise refresh cycle; Confirms working with China Mobile

Richard Koman: Dell joins in on Microsoft's appeal of Word injunction

Andrew Nusca: Not wanting to expose NSFW links, 1 in 4 Firefox 2 users avoid upgrading to FF3

Andrew Nusca: In China, Apple enters crowded mobile market

Andrew Nusca: Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard review, FAQ roundup

Zack Whittaker: Snow Leopard: Why students shouldn't care less

CNET: Mac OS Snow Leopard: Great news for Windows 7

Beware fake Snow Leopard sites

Mary Jo Foley: Ballmer to headline Windows 7 launch in New York City

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Xbox 360 price cut

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Sandisk Sansa media player, Compaq Presario and Lenovo notebooks

James Staten: Amazon Web Services is addressing enterprises' top issues

Oliver Marks: Strategic Thinking before Operational Actions: The Enterprise 2.0 Tool Cargo Cult Problem

Tom Foremski: Open-source hacks - sneaky Skype trojan code released

Harry Fuller: Honda, slow out of the electric starting gate

Dana Gardner: New era enterprise architects need sweeping skills to straddle the IT-business alignment chasm

Dancho Danchev: The most dangerous celebrities to search for in 2009

Christopher Dawson: EPUB strikes again

Joe McKendrick: Cloud: the SOA we always wanted, but never had?

Heather Clancy: Getting smarter about the smart grid. Standards group to tackle interoperability.

Harry Fuller: Heartland to become Hotland?

Rachel King: Poll: Where do you prefer to buy your camera-related products?

Larry Dignan: TV Everywhere: (Almost) everyone is at least trying it

Richard Koman: Librarians apply scrutiny to Google Books at Berkeley con

Harry Fuller: Innovate...then wait...and wait

Sam Diaz: Need a quick translation? Google puede ayudar

Jennifer Bergen: Bob Dylan to voice GPS? Who do you want directing your drive?

Ryan Naraine: Hackers mailing malware-infested CDs to banks

Rachel King: Sony announces two new digital SLRs: the A550 and A500

Harry Fuller: Greenland melts on cue

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to add more anti-piracy features to Office 2010

Dana Blankenhorn: NHIN code-a-thon may change government attitude toward open source

Andrew Nusca: Researchers crack WPA Wi-Fi encryption in 60 seconds

Harry Fuller: Plastic floats forever? Maybe not

Brian Sommer: Your Analyst Firm Pitch

Andrew Nusca: Asus to launch Eee e-book reader in 2009; MSI mulling move over

Michael Krigsman: CRM failure: An ounce of prevention

Larry Dignan: Android has good engaged base for future app growth

Matthew Miller: Hallelujah! Nokia N900 Maemo 5 device supports T-Mobile USA 3G

Rachel King: Fall digital camera release round-up

Larry Dignan: Open Book Alliances opens up assault on Google's book settlement

Dana Blankenhorn: Verichip is back seeking sweet stimulus cash

Heather Clancy: HP extends support for long-life battery

Dana Blankenhorn: Cutting imaging proves a win-win-win

Jason D. O'Grady: Conspiracy theory: Yellow Submarine iPod touch on 9/9/9

Matthew Miller: Your Kindle can't do this, local library ebooks now available on the Sony Reader

Zack Whittaker: Communications 101: How a single word cost me $100

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: "Location Bar" exposes hidden bookmarks, puts users off upgrading to Firefox 3.x

Dan Kusnetzky: Embotic V-Commander 3

Larry Dignan: SmartPlanet: Turning algae into oil the NASA way

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