News to know: Google I/O; Zune HD; Bartz and Twitter at D7; Mac updates; AT&T's 3G

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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 I/O kicks off with bigger push into Android, Web apps and more

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Microsoft's Zune HD ... looks an awful lot like an iPod touch to me

Mary Jo Foley: Unless Bartz is a poker queen, there's no imminent MSFT-Yahoo deal

David Morgenstern: Poor economy saves Mac community from clone crap

Larry Dignan: AT&T plans 3G upgrade; Promises 'considerably' faster mobile broadband speeds

Jason Perlow: RIM and Google: The Perfect Storm?

Garett Rogers: New Android challenge to give away millions

Richard Koman: State DMV: Facial recognition requires 'No Smile' rule

Brian Sommer: Some welcome competition in mid-market ERP

Harry Fuller: Are we getting fracked?

Heather Clancy: Fat Spaniel can't control the weather but now its solar monitor system can keep better track of it

Sam Diaz: Sergey Brin: Newspapers can still prosper but need time to "figure it out"

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: A Day For Dumping on Texting: Give It Up

Ed Bott: Microsoft adds some multi-touch glitz to Windows 7

Christopher Dawson: Day 1 without my Mac

Janice Chen: Canon announces manual exposure video control for EOS 5D Mark II

Dancho Danchev: The Web's most dangerous keywords to search for

John Yaggie: Transforming customer relationships with social media

Matthew Miller: Skyfire 1.0 rolls out for WM and Symbian, rocks on the E71x

Joe McKendrick: Cloud? SOA? BPM? Call it part of the era of 'transparent computing'

Heather Clancy: Illustrating the dangers: Why the e-waste problem must be addressed

Larry Dignan: Smartphone operating systems: The market share, usage disconnect

Mary Jo Foley: Alchemy: Turning Microsoft's embedded platforms into consumer gold

Michael Krigsman: VC perspective: Can enterprise software companies do SaaS?

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Pure Digital Mino camcorder, Sony Bravia HDTV, Canon Vixia HG10 camcorder

ZDnet Asia: Students learn from robot games

Mary Jo Foley: 'Cashmere': Another (possible) destination on Microsoft's embedded roadmap

Phil Wainewright: Intalio takes multi-tenancy on-premise

Dana Blankenhorn: Development bundles as the new open source paradigm

Larry Dignan: HP updates Mini line-up; Netbooks for 'information snacking'

Sam Diaz: Take the e-mail test: Can collaboration tools save time and money?

Oliver Marks: Poisonous Personalities at Work & Play

Dan Kusnetzky: Profiling Applications - Which are Cloud Worthy?

Larry Dignan: Teradata: Fending off rivals with focus on data warehousing

What's the cloud's killer app?

Matthew Miller: Four available phone application stores; who has the best terms?

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