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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: Meet Google Wave: a new way to communicate and collaborate

Mary Jo Foley: Bing: Microsoft's new search... er, decision engine

Andrew Nusca: Palm webOS touts iTunes sync, Twitter search, App Catalog

Larry Dignan: Verizon Wireless CEO throws jabs: Plans to offer Palm Pre (and its 'cousin'); Scoffs at AT&T's network upgrade

Larry Dignan: Time Warner sets AOL spin-off; Separation 'best outcome'; Worth $5 billion?

Mary Jo Foley: Silverlight 3 to launch July 10

Ryan Naraine: Dangerous Microsoft DirectX vulnerability under attack

Larry Dignan: Dell's major units take first quarter hits; IT demand indicators 'remain mixed'

Jason D. O'Grady: BusinessWeek: Apple is most innovative company

Heather Clancy: Does this come in a chopper model?

James Farrar: Greenpeace Cool IT: But does GP miss the point?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: ASUS creates dual GeForce GTX 285 GPU MARS 295 Limited Edition "Frankencard"

Mary Jo Foley: IDC: Windows still leading server market, but revenues down 29 percent

Harry Fuller: Lunch in your cubicle and the ENVIRONMENT

Richard Koman: Europeans vote to give Google Book deal a hard time

Larry Dignan: Intel CIO: Social networking a 'nascent effort for us'

Christopher Dawson: Interead Cool-er: so close yet so far away

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: What's new: HDMI 1.4

Brian Sommer: Bad time to be accused of H-1B visa fraud

Dana Blankenhorn: Can Ohloh bring back Sourceforge mojo?

Ed Bott: CES attendance falls off a cliff in 2009

Joe McKendrick: SOA enters 'Second Life'

Jason D. O'Grady: FTC cracks down on robocalls

Google CEO touts always-on computing

Matthew Miller: Is the HD in Zune HD just a marketing gimmick?

Yvonne Tocquigny: The CEO's top five fears of social media

Sean Portnoy: NEC develops new chip that promises superior 1080p upscaling

Jason D. O'Grady: Leaked: Third-gen iPhone bezel

Zack Whittaker: US government sanctions hit Windows Live Messenger in embargoed countries

Rachel King: HD Mini-Camcorders: Flip UltraHD vs. Sony Webbie HD MHS-PM1

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: TomTom GPS, Casio Exilim digital camera, Sony Walkman

ZDNet UK: Basic transistor flaw could hobble chip design

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Alienware "Allpowerful" teaser

ZDNet Asia: Sophos: Mind your software defaults

Larry Dignan: Sirius aims to go viral with iPhone, social networking as automakers unravel

Andrew Nusca: Dell debuts 14-in. ultrathin Studio 14z notebook for $649

Larry Dignan: Enterprises and employees have iPhone disconnect

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: SATA Revision 3.0 paves way for 6Gb/s devices

Andrew Nusca: 18 Android phones coming by Christmas 2009

Dan Kusnetzky: Talking with Benjamin Linder of Scalent Systems

Christopher Dawson: In fairness to Moblin

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