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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.

Earnings wrap:

Sam Diaz: Schmidt: Worst of recession is over; Google is hiring

Diaz: Google challenges e-readers by taking e-books directly to browser

Dana Gardner: Making the leap from virtualization to cloud computing: A roadmap and guide

Dave Greenfield: Survey: After Sidekick Failure Would You Buy Cloud Services?

Andrew Nusca: Rumor: Apple to ship new Mac Pro desktops with six-core Intel Xeon CPUs

Dana Blankenhorn: VA now loves its VistA software

Janice Chen: Zoom Q3 Handy Video Recorder brings high-quality audio to pocket camcorder

Joe McKendrick: Oracle's Ellison: Fusion finally coming to fruition

Zack Whittaker: Internet Firechrome Safari: A browsing identity crisis

Andrew Mager: Twitter is blending and selling wine to help promote literacy

Joe McKendrick: Conference alert: let's make SOA work for a living

Larry Dignan: Why do some Tandberg shareholders want more from Cisco? Growth

Mary Jo Foley: Might Google drop Chrome OS beta as a Windows 7 spoiler?

BusinessWeek: Can Apple Spoil Microsoft's Day?

Andrew Nusca: RIM BlackBerry Storm2 fixes flaws, but can it compete?

Dana Gardner: Oracle's Fusion Apps finally come out from behind the OpenWorld curtain

Larry Dignan: Welcome Doug Hanchard, our new government blogger

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Logitech Harmony One remote, LG plasma HDTV, Sony upscaling DVD recorder

Christopher Dawson: Acer might be #2, but is the Ed market buying?

Technology Review: China Cracks Down on Tor Anonymity Network

Dana Blankenhorn: Should Google spin Android into a foundation?

Mary Jo Foley: Report: Microsoft prepping now for next beta of Security Essentials

Matthew Miller: Is the Motorola CLIQ good enough to recommend?

Dana Blankenhorn: Why prefer open source

Bits: Amazon.com Introduces Same-Day Delivery

Matthew Miller: Will the Sidekick data issue affect the future of mobile phone cloud services?

Jeremy Allison: Mono-mania: It's risky business

Rachel King: For ZDNet readers, tripods are casual accessories

Larry Dignan: Back-to-school demand saves PC market; Slight growth in third quarter

Jennifer Bergen: Acer Aspire Z5610: Acer's first all-in-one multi-touch desktop

Jennifer Bergen: Star Trek limited edition flash drive stores new movie

CNET: EFF challenges 'bogus' VoIP patent

Heather Clancy: Don't discount network technology in the energy-efficiency equation

Larry Dignan: Nokia posts third quarter loss; Mobile device demand improving

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft recovers 'most, if not all' Sidekick users' data

Dan Kusnetzky: Certeon Virtual Appliance uncorking the network bottleneck

Jason D. O'Grady: AT&T bursts the iPhone tethering bubble; not until 2010

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Owners set up online memorial to dead Apple Time Capsules

Tom Foremski: Is age-isn rampant in Silicon Valley and beyond?

Sam Diaz: AT&T to FCC: Close loopholes and write rules that apply to Google, too

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