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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.

Jason Perlow: Extreme PCs and "Homebrewing": Rest in Peace

Larry Dignan: Google reprices employee options

Ed Bott: A sneak peek at the Windows 7 Release Candidate

Sam Diaz: Can smartphones buck the economic trends?

Mickey North Rizza: Oracle jumps into the SaaS market with SaaS Sourcing

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: iTunes Stores (Thousands of Them) – Live?

David Morgenstern: More troubleshooting tips for your MacBook's MagSafe power adapter

Zack Whittaker: Semblio available with Office 14 suite; full application in the works

Ed Burnette: Android Dev Phone 1 now supports paid apps, other v1.1 changes

Sam Diaz: Coming Monday: Cisco's data center strategy

Harry Fuller: Driving down, transit up

Churchill Club podcast: The innovation economy, R&D and a crisis

Larry Dignan: Clearwire names new CEO to oversee Wimax expansion

Harry Fuller: Denial as a political position

Matthew Miller: Is this newest Apple netbook rumor just more wishful thinking?

Sam Diaz: OK. We get it. Microsoft wants a search deal with Yahoo.

Gallery: PMA 2009: New camera and camcorder technology

Zack Whittaker: Should universities forget email and use Facebook instead?

Harry Fuller: Bright day for Silicon Valley solar company

Richard Koman: Feedback on federal contracting

Richard Koman: Cyber security chief quits over power struggle with NSA

John Morris: PMA '09 in pictures: New camera and camcorder tricks

Robin Harris: How Amazon builds the world's most scalable storage

Andrew Nusca: Nokia opens mobile app arms race vs. Apple; will it succeed?

Garett Rogers: Google releases new OS for unlocked Android phone

Phil Wainewright: How to make freemium pay

Andrew Nusca: Would you run a server using Intel's Atom processor?

Andrew Nusca: Report: Quanta to make Apple netbook; will have touch panels

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: What should Apple do - Scale down Mac OS X or scale up iPhone OS?

Matthew Miller: Motorola announces new MC55 enterprise digital assistant

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's Mix '09: A podcast preview

Adam O'Donnell: MySpace using Cloudmark anti-spam for in-network abuse

Dana Gardner: Survey says: Cloud computing proving to be a two-edged sword in a down economy

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: So, who wants a 1,250W PSU?

Larry Dignan: Wanted: Bidders for 51 percent stake in Satyam

Matthew Miller: TouchDown provides push email for the T-Mobile G1 Android device

Larry Dignan: Piper Jaffray upgrades Amazon on customer satisfaction; Kindle, iPhone apps

Jason Hiner: Scoreboard: The highest and lowest rated leaders in tech

Sam Diaz: A $79.16 MacBook? On Swoopo, if it sounds too good to be true...

Christopher Dawson: Will you be upgrading to Snow Leopard this summer?

Dan Kusnetzky: Marathon Technologies and Microsoft dance together

Christopher Dawson: Wolfram Alpha...Brilliant tool, Google killer, or lots of hype?

Larry Dignan: AMD's new dawn: 'Tickled pink' about GlobalFoundries deal; Challenges remain

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