News to know: Facebook privacy, Windows 7, Kindle, Firefox 3.5

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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.

Sam Diaz: Facebook's privacy settings: users get more control as wall gets torn down

Ed Bott: Microsoft to offer Family Pack for Windows 7 Home Premium

Sam Diaz: Business intelligence comes to Kindle. Will companies care?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: 4.7 million Firefox 3.5 downloads ... and counting!

Jason Hiner: Survey: 45% of IT departments will move to Windows 7, eventually; 43% refuse to migrate off Windows XP

Christopher Dawson: So about those illegal downloads

Joe McKendrick: Do we need cloud oriented architecture?

Brian Sommer: NetSuite vs. SAP?? How Newton would see this contest

Larry Dignan: Top 10 galleries of the year (so far)

Jennifer Bergen: Walkman turns 30, introduces OLED X Series: Can it compete with the iPod?

Andrew Mager: Live: Cisco Live Blogger Meetup

Heather Clancy: Some more Energy Star compatibility updates. This time, from Lenovo and Dell

Tom Foremski: Silicon Valley VCs proposed a plan to save newspapers in 1996

Dennis Howlett: NetSuite + AdaptivePlanning = BPM disruption

Heather Clancy: EPA, Climate Savers to host power management tips seminar

Phil Wainewright: WebEx augurs ill for Cisco's cloud ambitions

Tom Foremski: Visionary 2009: Jim Clark on the importance of Stanford university to Silicon Valley

Dana Blankenhorn: WellAWARE of watching grandma

Matthew Miller: CoPilot Live GPS navigation solution now available for Google Android devices

Jason Perlow: PC OEMs: Please Cut the Crap!

Dennis Howlett: Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g: turkeys voting for Christmas?

Andrew Nusca: Apple forecast: 12% Mac sales growth quarter to quarter

Garett Rogers: Gmail adds drag and drop

Jason Hiner: See why one CIO is migrating all Treos to iPhones

Sam Diaz: Ubuntu private clouds need more than tools; they need support, too

Heather Clancy: Should you really buy new gear or look for almost new?

Andrew Nusca: 60% of Americans would give up alcohol for their mobile phones

Rachel King: Nokia launching 12-megapixel camera phone

Sam Diaz: Lost phone reveals scary truth about mobile Web charges

Andrew Nusca: 21.5" Alienware OptX HD widescreen flat panel display, $299

Stephanie Balaouras: How do we measure high availability?

Jason D. O'Grady: Nielsen: Average Apple.com visit lasts 74 minutes

Andrew Nusca: eMachines introduces trio of ET mini-tower desktop PCs; $299 to $449

Larry Dignan: LogMeIn's IPO: The VCs made money. Will you?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft clips Butterfly program's wings

Dave Greenfield: Google Voice Gets Presence

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Sony digital voice recorder, Canon PowerShot, Logitech Bluetooth headset

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft starts recruiting testers for its 'Dublin' app server

Larry Dignan: Overstock dumps affiliates, rants about tax-happy states

Harry Fuller: Nuclear power has political meltdowns

Dana Blankenhorn: Is the GPL losing its grip?

Mary Jo Foley: Report: Microsoft chooses ad agency for Pink phone campaign

Larry Dignan: RIM: Is the BlackBerry OS the weak link?

Andrew Nusca: Toybox Ten: 10 full-featured laptops for less than $750

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