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Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

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's Sun deal setting: Talks reportedly near collapse

NYT: I.B.M. Withdraws $7 Billion Offer for Sun Microsystems  

Mary Jo FoleyNew Windows ad hits a nerve (again)

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft delays Stirling security suite until late 2009/early 2010

Dana Blankenhorn: The failure of McNealy's ponytail strategy

Phil Fersht: SaaS: Outsourcing out-of-control?

Jason Perlow: Frugal Friday: Conficker, SGI, TomTom, Tableau Software

Heather Clancy: Greener Electronics Council report: Designers need to remember end-of-life concerns

Dan KusnetzkyOutrageous Comcast customer agreement - Frank Eliason's reply

Chris Jablonski: How to make Government 2.0 a reality

Paul Greenberg: When Health Care Law, Health Insurance Companies & Customers Don't Mix

TechnologizerAnother Microsoft Ad That Ignores Windows 

Matthew Miller: CTIA 09: PalmOS Classic lets you run Palm OS apps on the Palm Pre

Garett Roger: Google and Twitter together?

Jason O'Grady: AT&T updates wireless plans, prohibits Slingbox

Richard Koman: Anti-sexting insanity out of control: False charges ruin vice principal

Gmail's web-based app for any smartphone

Nusca: Nintendo DSi to arrive on U.S. shores this Sunday, April 5

Gallery: Nintendo DSi discovers America

Dana BlankenhornHealth IT excitement bleeds into wireless show

Larry Dignan: Will telecoms morph into cloud computing providers?

Tom Steinert-ThrelkeldRowing Cable's Canoe: An 'Ecological Play'

Jennifer BergenWhat happens when Moleskine mixes with online tools?

Intel ships Moblin to the Linux Foundation

Harry Fuller: Polar meltdown both north and south

Gore: Wireless access to info means power

Forrester: The Open Cloud Manifesto

Jumping on the UGC bandwagon is a good move for businesses

Paul MurphyBetting on the future: T2 vs. Nehalem

Zack Whittaker: Google (or at least someone in sound mind) should buy Twitter

BlankenhornWhy would Google buy the Twitter open source project?

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