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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.

Paula Rooney: Firefox 3.1 beta 3 "done," Firefox 3.5 beta 4 due April 14

Sam Diaz: Palm to SEC: McNamee's comments about Pre need clarifications, corrections

Jason D. O'Grady: AT&T: less bars in more places

Larry Dignan: Sprint: Hedging Wimax--or Clearwire--bet?

Jason Perlow: Too many FaceBook friends? Try some data visualization!

Sam Diaz: Jobs not at Disney meeting; Shareholders talk contingencies

Chris Jablonski: ETech: Programming future habitats

Christopher Dawson: NCTE recognizes the evolution of writing

Christopher Dawson: Barbara Liskov wins 2008 Turing Award

Sean Portnoy: Economy's hindering growth in OLED TV production

Harry Fuller: Is the U.S. unable to deal with global warming?

Christopher Dawson: Why the hell would anyone actually use AOL???

Ryan Naraine: Adobe PDF patch released, but only for some

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Top Of The News, Online: Hopefully, It All Ads Up

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft details changes coming to SQL Data Services

Brian Sommer: Upgrade talent for the economy to come

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Blogging About Twittering. Twittering About Blogging.

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft now making notebook coolers

Andrew Nusca: First Dell Adamo teaser video released

Oliver Marks: Weasels in the Woodwork

Zack Whittaker: Gmail breaks again; time for a change?

Andrew Nusca: How-to: Build a $300 DIY NAS device with Ikea

Matthew Miller: Review: M-Edge Genuine Leather Prodigy and Platform Jackets for Kindle 2

David Morgenstern: Enterprise Survey: Integration, management are top concerns

Harry Fuller: High tech will radically change the grid

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft takes 'Astoria' service offline with early test build

Harry Fuller: One solar company sets positive record

Dancho Danchev: New study details the dynamics of successful phishing

Andrew Nusca: Hitachi will plead guilty in fixing LCD prices; pay $31 million

Janice Chen:Where to stick your digital camera (and how)

Andrew Nusca: Microsoft: new USB-powered laptop cooling base, Arc mouse lineup

Christopher Dawson: So I followed all the prompts in AV 360

Andrew Nusca: PSA: Print your resume for free at FedEx Office, today only

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: 24 SSD RAID array opens ALL Microsoft Office apps in 0.5 sec!

Matthew Miller: Dilbert explains why we love our mobile phones

Andrew Nusca: Sources to Dow Jones: Apple plans to launch touchscreen netbook

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft touts new CRM freebies

Andrew Nusca: The cloud bites back: Google bug shared private Google Docs data

Matthew Miller: Sleek HTC S740 impresses reviewers with power and battery life

Andrew Nusca: IBM CEO took home nearly $21 million in 2008

Dana Blankenhorn: HealthIT benefits tied to changing business models

Andrew Mager: Better than Google Docs: real-time file sharing on Drop.io

Joe McKendrick: SOA and cloud: clearing up the 'foggy' relationship

Andrew Nusca: A Dell Latitude laptop you can drop, shock and nearly blow up

Andrew Mager: iPhone app: Save Our Snow

Larry Dignan: Moody's Bottom Rung list includes AMD, Clearwire, Palm, Unisys; Media default Armageddon

Dana Blankenhorn: IBM, Microsoft and open source citizenship

Dennis Howlett: Jive talking: Easy to underestimate effort required to get people engaged

Michael Krigsman: Google Apps Status Dashboard: enterprise-friendly

Dancho Danchev: International Kaspersky sites susceptible to SQL injection attacks

Larry Dignan: Craigslist: 'Spectacular' decline in erotic services listings

Ed Burnette: How to win free books at JavaRanch

Larry Dignan: The battle for the social enterprise: Jive makes its move

Chris Fletcher: Microsoft Convergence 2009: First Impressions

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows 7 build 7048 vs. Windows 7 beta 1 vs. Vista vs. XP performance shootout - which is best?

Larry Dignan: Dell's second gen rugged laptop: Can it stop a bullet?

Dan Kusnetzky: Hardware fault tolerance in a virtual environment

Larry Dignan: Wireless data caps: Are usage based pricing schemes here to stay?

Video: Asus opens up about its Seashell Eee PC

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