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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.

Sam Diaz: Google: Nice quarter, but...

Larry Dignan: IBM delivers strong second quarter, ups 2009 earnings outlook

Microsoft gets its edge back

Dignan: Palm launches webOS SDK, aims to bolster app lineup

Andrew NuscaAll-in-one PCs a smart idea for business? I don't think so

Sam Diaz: Firefox launches Contributions for add-on developers

Ryan Naraine: Mozilla, Google plug high-risk browser holes

Zack WhittakerAnother kick in Facebook's privacy policies

Reuters: Sun shareholders approve sale to Oracle

Nokia sales and profits dip

Data Center Knowledge: Google's Chiller-less Data Center

TechCrunch: MySpace CEO: “Our users don't know if we're a social portal, a music site, or an entertainment hub”

Rachel King: Unofficial Nikon D300s Images Surface

Harry Fuller: "Cooling trend" and global warming

Heather Clancy: Corning: Cables count in data center energy-efficiency equations

Top 5 reasons healthcare in America is broken

Joe McKendrick: Experts convene to analyze SOA's vital signs

Harry Fuller: Next electric car coming from...Nissan

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Panasonic Lumix digital camera, Kingston flash drive 4-pack, Logitech QuickCam for notebooks

Dana BlankenhornCCHIT fate could be decided today

Opportunities for investing in solar technology At the Intersolar Conference in San Francisco, Scott Stephens, Photovoltaic Specialist for the U.S. Department of Energy, explains why he's optimistic about the future. He expects the market to stabilize and manufacturing to begin to consolidate. In addition, he says, the DOE is always searching for solar technology that improves on efficiency, scalability, and durability.