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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.

Larry Dignan: IBM revamps server lineup based on Intel's Nehalem

Larry Dignan: Can you have an Open Cloud Manifesto without Amazon, Google, Salesforce and Microsoft?

Jennifer Leggio: Web 2.0 Expo: Recommended sessions for social business

Ryan Naraine: CBS 60 Minutes covers Conficker, malware epidemic

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Microsoft's "I'm just not cool enough to be a Mac person" ad tries to kick Apple where it hurts

Dana Gardner: HP advises strategic view of virtualization to dramatically cut IT costs, gain efficiency and usher in cloud benefits

Garett Rogers: Is the Google Car next?

Harry Fuller: Getting green ideas spread around

Andrew Nusca: Study: Tech can overwhelm twentysomethings, but not enough to go offline

Oliver Marks: Collaboration Return-On-Investment

Harry Fuller: Landfill trash to methane to ethanol--a fuel cycle

Jason D. O'Grady: iPhone OS 3.0 bricking pirated iPhones

Matthew Miller: Weekend PSA; subscribe to the Smartphones & Cell Phones blog

Sean Portnoy: Pricing for 2009 HDTV sets leaks before Samsung's official announcement

Paul Murphy: A recommendation on leasing new equipment

Harry Fuller: American cars mandated to get greener

Ryan Naraine: Mozilla kills Firefox Pwn2Own bug

Chris Jablonski: Artificial blood, cartilage, and...brain?

Michael Krigsman: Project governance and failure

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Not Enough Time in the Day to ... Watch TV.

Photo Gallery: See the new Tesla Model S

James Farrar: G20, London Loony Lamposts and Banking Undue Diligence

Sean Portnoy:Signing off from the SOHO Networking blog

Matthew Miller: BibleTech 2009; reaching eternity through technology

Harry Fuller: The CFL kerfuffle

Richard Koman: Massive Chinese spynet targeted Dalai Lama

Larry Dignan: What a difference a decade makes: Barron's proclaims Amazon best retailer

Brian Sommer: Why are the pieces of BearingPoint going to Auditors???

Heather Clancy: Uptime conference will focus on strategy that marries IT reliability must-haves with energy-efficiency goals

Andrew Nusca: Are solid state drives doomed?

Christopher Dawson: "School Bus Yellow" Dell netbook leaked - I mean School Bus Orange

Andrew Nusca: Quickfire Deal: Free BlackBerry Bold from AT&T, today only

Matthew Miller: MobileTechRoundup show #167, Whispersync, iPhone 3.0 notification, and Opera Mobile with Turbo

Dana Blankenhorn: A firehose of free at Google Analytics

Mary Jo Foley: IE 8: Can I have the lite version?

Andrew Nusca: U.S. ranks highest in world for originating attack traffic in Q4 2008

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: The state of Linux - Is it ready for the "average" user?

Dana Blankenhorn: Dean at critical point in health reform debate

Andrew Nusca: Study: Eight hours spent in front of screens, age 45-54 watch most

Jennifer Bergen: iTunes price hike: Really? $1.29?

Larry Dignan: Amazon Web Services: No Open Cloud Manifesto for us

Paul Greenberg: CRM Playaz Episode #3: Twitter Hall of Shame; Customer Service - Sometimes It Hurts

Andrew Nusca: Report: Asus to launch Eee PC with optical drive in April

Dana Blankenhorn: Is RealAge a scam?

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Seagate hard drives, Dell widescreen monitor, Philips Blu-ray player

Dana Blankenhorn: Yes to new open source business models, no to whinging

CNET: Twitter still has no business model, and that's OK

Larry Dignan: Accenture: Some clients are operating without annual budgets

Dan Kusnetzky: Living with the Eye of the Storm - an Entuity customer profile

VIDEO: From Internet to enternet, creating the energy network

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