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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: Facebook snares $200 million investment from Russian investor

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Psystar files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection

Larry Dignan: Psystar files for Chapter 11 (download petition); Blames economy, suppliers not Apple legal spat

Sam Diaz: Intel: New Nehalem chip has "dramatic" performance gains

Ryan Naraine: Twitter API ripe for abuse by web worms

Matthew Miller: Nokia opens the Ovi Store across the globe

Larry Dignan: Apple eyeing $1 billion North Carolina data center

Larry Dignan: Microsoft: Plotting an acquisition or joint venture?

Christopher Dawson: One more reason to use Windows 7?

Sean Portnoy: Pioneer launches trio of new A/V receivers with iPod/iPhone support

Joe McKendrick: Manes: no bones about it, 'SOA' (as we knew it) is still dead

Christopher Dawson: Eating my own dogfood?

John Morris: Lenovo IdeaPad S12 pushes netbooks in new directions; Intel, Microsoft push back

Chris Jablonski: A 'simpler' invisibility cloak

Christopher Dawson: Forget Moblin! Ubuntu Netbook Remix rocks on the Classmate

Sheri McLeish: Microsoft Office still owns the desktop, future of StarOffice unclear

Zack Whittaker: Lifting the lid on Windows 8 "Copenhagen" concepts

Heather Clancy: E-waste watchdogs have hackles up over proposed bill

Donald J. Patterson: Micro-presence: changing the 'status' quo

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft confirms Zune HD, video-service tie to Xbox

ZDNet Australia: Melbourne university taps cloud to water farms

Dana Gardner: Fax proves a lingering business process communications point in need of automation

Jason Perlow: The Ultimate Tablet: On Palm's webOS?

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Sales on HP laptops and Kodak products, Canon PowerShot

Mary Jo Foley: What if the new name for Microsoft Live Search is ... Yahoo?

Rachel King: Canon offering workshops to new, current EOS users

Mary Jo Foley: SP2 for Vista, Windows Server 2008 now on Microsoft Download site

Larry Dignan: 10 things you still have to worry about until cloud computing becomes reality

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows Vista SP2 ready for download (and Windows Server 2008)

Jason Hiner: Google's biggest threat in mobile search: iPhone apps

Dan Kusnetzky: Ads not fit to print

Paul Greenberg: CRM Playaz Episode #9: SAP, Sage, Serious, Merry, Eat, Drink, Bling

Andrew Nusca: How IT can help save the global financial system

Larry Dignan: VMWare executive shows off fluid network switching

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