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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: EMC discloses DOJ probe

Sam Diaz: Intel and TSMC reach Atom deal

Andrew Nusca: Chief of Internet oversight body ICANN to leave post

Jason D. O'Grady: Rumor: New desktop Macs on 24 March

Harry Fuller: Greenest billionaires? Guess who's on top...

Sam Diaz: White House 2.0: Working through tech challenges

Chris Jablonski: UC Berkeley scientists define cloud computing

Dave Greenfield: What's going on with Skype for Business?

Garett Rogers: Google starts tweeting, and maybe ready to buy?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft begins internal test of Kumo search

Sam Diaz: News scraping: Are bloggers doing more harm than good?

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple products banned from the Gates household

Andrew Nusca: T-Mobile Sidekick 'most stolen phone in America'

Ed Burnette: Market Moves: Reducing price doubles sales

Richard Koman: Amazon's Kindle cave shows the power of publishers

Jason D. O'Grady: New Mac mini may arrive as soon as tomorrow

Dennis Howlett: SAP's pimposphere is driving me nuts

Mary Jo Foley: The 10 best tweets (so far) from Microsoft's MVP Summit

Jennifer Leggio: Q&A with Jeremiah Owyang: Social business economy

Zack Whittaker: Social Desktop merges the web and desktop

Heather Clancy: Contest recognizes green small businesses

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Citizen Pain: Who Needs Another Electronic Reader?

Gartner: PC sales to see worst fall in history

David Morgenstern: Dealing with the madness of combo ports

Christopher Dawson: Ubuntu's "plateau" = Good news for education

Ryan Naraine: The return of L0phtCrack

Harry Fuller: Where there's hope there's fire

Christopher Dawson: NMC releases Horizon Report

Andrew Nusca: Are open source developers too dominant? Ubuntu, Firefox prove yes

Harry Fuller: Always On and evergreen

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Problems plague Nokia 5800 launch

Christopher Dawson: Moodle meets Google Apps

Andrew Nusca: Dish Network Q4 profit rises, subscribers fall

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Has Ubuntu hit a plateau?

Paula Rooney: OIN: Microsoft lawsuit won't slow Linux's lead in mobile market

Andrew Nusca: Samsung's NX hybrid digital cameras unveiled, bridging gap between dSLR and compact point-and-shoot

Dana Blankenhorn: How Acquia makes Drupal more valuable

Larry Dignan: Nvidia launches drivers for Windows 7 beta

Richard Koman: With TomTom suit, is Microsoft going after Linux?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft expands its Online hosted services trials

Phil Wainewright: Microsoft pumps cloud, trumps Google with GSK

Dana Blankenhorn: Government lags the pace of open source

Chris Voce: Facing Microsoft licensing decisions? Bridge the gap between Operations and Sourcing

CNET: Yahoo reveals bill for Microsoft battle

Brian Sommer: Software in the Obama world

Janice Chen: Samsung announces Panasonic G1 competitor: NX Series dSLR-like compact point-and-shoot

Larry Dignan: HP: EDS wins outsourcing pact; Eyes printing expansion

Dana Blankenhorn: Open up the EMR discussion

Larry Dignan: SAP hones sustainability push; Unveils new app (and acronym)

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Text-to-speech on the Kindle 2 - A fuss over nothing

Dan Kusnetzky: Novell delivers PlateSpin Orchestrate 2.0 and lives up to promises

Jason Hiner: Are netbooks quietly driving us toward cloud computing?

Larry Dignan: Micro-Kindlenomics: My cost benefit analysis


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