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Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

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.

Ryan Naraine: Mozilla plugs Firefox code execution holes

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft hedges its Windows 7 bets with new IE 8 'removal' option

Sam Diaz: Survey: There will be IT jobs this quarter, just not too many

Larry Dignan: Adobe: First quarter sales light, but cost cutting saves earnings

Photos: Misery loves (nerdy) company at LaidOffCamp (right)

Heather Clancy: CDW snags certification for environmental management

Sam Diaz: Facebook's new look: Will it show us the money?

Jennifer Leggio: Facebook's fan page facelift diminishes brands

Dancho Danchev: Bad, bad, cybercrime-friendly ISPs!

Dana Blankenhorn: GENIVI no threat to Microsoft in near term

Jason O'Grady: Plethora of Apple software updates released (Airport and iLife)

John Morris: Asus announces ultra-thin Eee PC, laptops

RIM records all employee calls

Ed BurnetteMarket Moves: Out with the free

Harry Fuller: Will we go Wheego?

Boy Genius Report: Verizon Wireless grills exiting customers about the iPhone

Oliver Marks: Interview with 'Us Now' collaboration film director


Matthew Miller: Hands-on image gallery and video of the Amazon iPhone Kindle software

Matthew Miller: Why does the Sprint Treo Pro get IE Mobile 6 on 15 March?

Andrew Nusca: The Pre will be Palm's downfall

The downside to corporate wireless plans

Paul Miller: Dame Wendy Hall talks about Web Science

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