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News to know: Google Books, Yahoo's Search Pad; CrunchPad; 99-cent netbook; Psystar; SAP war chest

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily.
Written by Sam Diaz, Inactive

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.

Richard Koman: DOJ confirms Google Books investigation

Sam Diaz: Can Yahoo steal the search throne from Google with Search Pad?

Christopher Dawson: Don't hold off on summer purchases for CrunchPads

Andrew Nusca: The $0.99 Netbook has arrived, on Sprint

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Psystar seeks Chapter 11 dismissal, vows to "battle Goliath"

Dennis Howlett: What should SAP do with its $5bn war chest?

Richard Koman: $1.9m verdict is unconstitutional, Thomas-Rasset says

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft removes a hurdle for Mono

Heather Clancy: Cisco continues to spread green shoots with energy data collection tool

Sean Portnoy: Amazon.com knocks $500 off $7k Mitsubishi LaserVue HDTV. Will anyone buy it now?

Sam Diaz: WSJ: Justice Dept. "reviewing" large telecoms

Richard Koman: BT gives Phorm the boot

Michael Krigsman: Enterprise 2.0 collaboration communities: measurement and metrics

Dana Gardner: Consolidation, modernization, and virtualization: A triple-play for long-term enterprise IT cost reduction

Sam Diaz: Andreessen: Facebook could do $1 billion in revenue if it wanted to

Harry Fuller: Best Buy does a wheelie

Sam Diaz: Now's the time to manage your online brand

Jennifer Bergen: Pico projector phones by the end of this year?

Brian Sommer: Watch that reference you write on LinkedIn and other sites

Harry Fuller: Life or death struggle in the Senate

Ryan Naraine: IE users beware: Zero-day attacks hit Microsoft Video ActiveX Control

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Apple Mac Mini, Zen Mozaic MP3 player, Seagate FreeAgent 1 TB hard drive

Richard Koman: NSA will monitor private-sector networks

Harry Fuller: No more free tomatoes from your neighbor?

Jason D. O'Grady: More about charging Apple's notebook batteries

Rachel King: Fujifilm wins several Technical Image Press Association awards

Jason Perlow: To the Moon: How we built the technologies

Andrew Nusca: With photo and video, Apple iPod touch, nano reinforce new market segment

Mary jo Foley: Azure pricing: How low will Microsoft go?

Jason D. O'Grady: How Apple singlehandedly killed the Flip Mino

Tom Foremski: Do we have moral obligations towards tech education?

Jason Hiner: Could Nokia and Android be just what each other needs?

Harry Fuller: Ubiquity has its attractions

Dana Blankenhorn: An open source energy future?

ZDNet UK: HTML 5 drops open-source video codec

Zack Whittaker: Next generation technology to 'smarten' the workplace

Larry Dignan: EMC ups Data Domain bid as NetApp deal proceeds

Dana Blankenhorn: The coffee cure for memory loss

Oliver Marks: Enterprise 2.0 ROI Metrics: One Size Doesn't Fit All

Larry Dignan: Comparing infrastructure as a service providers: Amazon, Rackspace emerge

ZDNet Asia: June malware report - something's phishy

Dana Blankenhorn: HealthVault clobbering Google in PHR race

Heather Clancy: Solar-powered signs update riders far afield

ZDNet UK: Cern bombards Large Hadron Collider grid with stress tests

Phil Wainewright: Free is not a business model

Larry Dignan: Enterprise review: Fusion-io ioDrive

Dan Kusnetzky: Apptis Clouds for Governments

Larry Dignan: Andreessen Horowitz VC fund launches: Will invest $50,000 to $50 million in IT startups

Video: The month ahead: How the iPhone 3GS is faring

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