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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.

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft + Federated Media + Twitter = ExecTweets

Paul Greenberg: Is Twitter Social CRM? Nope.

Larry Dignan: Intel aims to reprice employee stock options; Otellini total comp tops $12.7M

Andrew Nusca: AT&T: iPhone 3.0 June, faster HSDPA; $99 3G netbook coming

Sam Diaz: Vista grows share; Data suggests businesses stick with XP

Jason Perlow: SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11: Lots of Tech but Short on Polish

Sean Portnoy: GE postpones next month's launch of its new HDTVs

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Memo to Google & Amazon: ?Cloud Computing’ Really Is Time-Sharing. Next: Will Punch Cards Make A Comeback?

Sean Portnoy: Bigfoot Network's Killer Xeno network interface cards are designed for online gamers

Sam Diaz: Former Google CIO Merrill out at EMI

Larry Dignan: Skype goes enterprise: It's about time

Chris Jablonski: Haptic jacket lets you feel the movies

Harry Fuller: Calling all carbon capture and recycling companies

Heather Clancy: Ricoh contributes work around cartridge recycling to Eco-Patent organizaton

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's morning deals: Denon DVD player, Sony earbuds, Garmin GPS navigator, Asus Eee PC netbook

Joe McKendrick: Services for hire: SOA as revenue generator

Heather Clancy: EMC moves to help shape emissions reporting criteria

Harry Fuller: Nano-car rolling soon

ZDNet UK: Outsourcing prices to fall 10 percent

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft: No on-premise Azure hosting for business users

Dana Blankenhorn: TomTom tells Ballmer tear down this wall

Ryan Naraine: Stealthy router-based botnet worm squirming

Joe Brockmeier: Tux goes on Spring break

Phil Wainewright: At last, the Web moves beyond advertising

Jennifer Leggio: PR agencies: There's been a terrible miscommunication

Sam Diaz: Yankee Group: SMBs can save by moving to cloud

Ryan Naraine: Researchers demo BIOS attack that survives hard-disk wipe

Dana Blankenhorn: Open source to meet with CCHIT at HIMSS

Andrew Nusca: Is end of the golden age of Netbooks already near?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Is the geek love affair with Firefox waning?

Ed Burnette: Countdown to Philly ETE 2009

Ryan Naraine: BBC: Botnet purchase experiment was in 'public interest'

Brian Sommer: IT management and home crisis similarities

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple discontinues Bluetooth headset

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Windows Home Server Power Pack 2 on deck

Dana Blankenhorn: The magic word driving Microsoft open source strategy

Dennis Howlett: The future of Twitter: SocialBRP

Larry Dignan: Oracle picks up Relsys to round out health sciences lineup

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft readies its Web platform 2.0

Ryan Naraine: Nils2Own: 'I want to see security flaws fixed'

Dan Kusnetzky: More comments on Cisco UCS launch

Jason Hiner: Things you should know about SOA

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