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News to know: Google Voice; Twitter; I'm a PC; FiOS; Microsoft satisfaction; Cloud security

Here are today's notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily.
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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 Voice only gets better with launch of mobile app

Richard Koman: Will Twitter sue TechCrunch over doc release?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Ballmer: "I'm a PC" ads effective against Apple

Larry Dignan: Hands on: Verizon FiOS TV launches 'Widget Bazaar': Adds Twitter, Facebook, online video

Larry Dignan: Survey: Microsoft customer satisfaction takes second quarter hit

Phil Wainewright: Users have to wise up to cloud security

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Andrew Nusca: Irony Alert: New York City pays $1 million for typewriters

Andrew Mager: Dipity visualizes your social timeline

Jason Perlow: To the Moon: Rocketdyne, Keeper of the Flame

Harry Fuller: Ford says you can afFORD their fuel-savers

Heather Clancy: Biggest of the big: IBM dominates latest Green 500 supercomputer list

Matthew Miller: iTunes update 8.2.1 breaks Palm Pre synchronization

Larry Dignan: Dell, HP even in second quarter U.S. PC shipment race; Apple market share slips as Acer surges

Andrew Nusca: PCs need a brand (and why Microsoft stores could revolutionize how a consumer buys one)

Dana Blankenhorn: Meaningful use debate approaches climax

Dana Gardner: Panda's SaaS-based PC security manages client risks, adds efficiency for SMBs and providers

Sean Portnoy: More channels join Comcast's Online On Demand service; Verizon adds interactive widgets to FiOS TV

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: 'Harry Potter Years 1-5,' Zune 80 with A/V pack, Zune car kit, Canon PIXMA photo printer

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple reconsidering anti-glare screen options; users rejoice

Paul Greenberg: Coca Cola Teaches The World To....

[Podcast] Churchill Club: Breakfast with California State Controller John Chiang, in conversation with Michael Moritz

Andrew Nusca: General Electric appliances strive for 'net-zero energy homes'

Dana Blankenhorn: Can Benjamin nomination change the debate?

Joe McKendrick: More music to the ears of SOA enthusiasts

Rachel King: AT&T and Sony Ericsson launch phone with 8.1 megapixel camera

Dana Blankenhorn: The grand Google plan against the whole Microsoft stack

Heather Clancy: An Eaton a-ha: Power management for virtual machines

Matthew Miller: Hands-on with the BlackBerry CurBold (aka Tour) from Verizon

Andrew Nusca: Asus T91 touchscreen tablet netbook: 'Fun,' 'glorified app launcher,' 'not worth wait'

Christopher Dawson: While I'm away...Your projects

John Morris: Intel discusses upcoming laptop and Atom chips, why we need more performance in mobile devices

Jason D. O'Grady: iPhone OS 3.1 beta 2 released to developers

ZDNet Asia: Major antivirus engines failing to detect malware

Larry Dignan: BMC to link up with Amazon Web Services for hybrid cloud deployments

Video: The future of... Dressing rooms

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