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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.

Larry Dignan: FBI's 'Operation Phish Phry' snares nearly 100 people

Sam Diaz:Mobile VoIP services no longer taboo, following AT&T news

NYT: U.S. Begins Inquiry of I.B.M. in Mainframe Market

CNet News: New report warns of dangers of trashy avatars

Gallery: NASA ready to shoot the moon

John Morris: First Clarksfield reviews: Core i7 laptops look impressive

Mary Jo Foley: When will Microsoft's Live Mesh matter?

Microsoft makes changes to browser ballot screen; user testing to commence

Larry Dignan: Teens are Generation Apple as iPod, iPhone dominance reigns

Podcast: Can Apple make the tablet PC cool?

CNet News: Google: Computer memory flakier than expected

Jennifer Leggio: Enterprise investment in online communities continues to grow

Paula Rooney: Red Hat, Microsoft deliver on virtualization interop promises

NYT: In E-Books, It's an Army vs. Google

Dell's super-thin new Adamo spotted

Zack Whittaker: Next-gen operating systems: Facebook on steroids?

Andrew Mager: Easily view PDFs in Google search results

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: End of the line for NVIDIA chipsets, and that's official

Time for Palm to give up the iTunes sync nonsense!

Heather Clancy: New report explores the safe materials aspect of green technology

Jason O'Grady: Apple tablet gets manufacturing partner

Fast Company: FTC Responds to Blogger Fears: “That $11,000 Fine is Not True”

Computerworld: Android to grab No. 2 spot by 2012, says Gartner

Dignan: Compuware buys Gomez for $295 million; Bolsters SaaS footprint

Dana Blankenhorn: Will open source biology get anywhere?

Dawson: How important is 1:1 to literacy?

Gateway first to unveil new Windows 7 desktops

Matthew Miller: FLO TV Personal TV; for those who can't get enough at home

Double-screen laptop appears in Japan

Amazon cuts Kindle price, goes global as competition ramps

WSJ: Dell to Build Android Phone for AT&T

Dell reportedly on Android bandwagon with AT&T

Hack lets anybody join the MySpace network on Facebook

Richard Koman: 'Smoking gun' emails in Viacom-YouTube case

Eolas sues tech giants over Web technology

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