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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-Sun deal nears finish line; Antitrust worries just starting

Sam Diaz: RIM delivers solid Q4 on BlackBerry sales; shares soar

Andrew Mager: Web 2.0 Expo exposes Web 2.0 Bust

Matthew Miller: CTIA 09: Walk through some 3rd party apps on the Palm Pre

Sam Diaz: Facebook Fallout: Is it time for Zuckerberg to go?

Mary Jo Foley: There's more than one way Microsoft could bring Office to the iPhone

CNET: Verizon promises 4G wireless for rural America

Dana Blankenhorn: Browser standards in an open source world

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Apple - Evolutionary or just reinventing the wheel?

Sam Diaz: Twitter's home page: More attractive with search?

Dan Kuznetzky: Outrageous Comcast customer agreement - finding a contact

Larry Dignan: Amazon launches Hadoop data crunching service

Sam Diaz: SEC filing: Rosetta Stone to file IPO

Richard Koman: Radiohead: Filesharing good for music biz

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Interactive Television Is Here Again. Want Anchovies With That?

Sean Portnoy: Viewsonic announces new 22-inch 1080p HDTV for $349

Ryan Naraine: Attackers pounce on Microsoft PowerPoint zero-day

Dennis Howlett: Zut alors! the French are revolting

Harry Fuller: Did the G20 just pee on our environment?

Brian Sommer: PPM for the custom development and SaaS world

Harry Fuller: Carolina hydrogen: heavy duty but lighter than air

Zack Whittaker: Social networking jamming up university public PC's

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: It's time for Microsoft to supply ALL patches to All users

Larry Dignan: NetSuite aims to connect to Salesforce.com's cloud

Harry Fuller: You don't have to be a rocket scientist

Heather Clancy: EPA announces nationwide mobile phone recycling campaign

Jennifer Bergen: Skype Call Recorder: Record your conversations for free

Paula Rooney: Dimdim launches v5, price cuts to beat WebEx, Go2Meeting

Ryan Naraine: Eyeballing Conficker with eye-charts and maps

Christopher Dawson: Fliggo - YouTube without everybody else's stuff

Phil Wainewright: SaaS channel models morph into shape

Micahel Lazerow: 'App-vertisement' 101: How to make branded social applications work

ZDNet UK: Conficker an April Fool's joke? Maybe not

Brian Sommer: Compuware's New Application Portfolio Management Accelerator

Mary Jo Foley: Is $100 million enough to help Microsoft gain search share?

Jennifer Bergen: MSI GX733 energy-efficient 17-inch gaming laptop

Dana Blankenhorn: Moore's second law and software

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft releases more code under an open-source license

Jennifer Leggio: 'Me 2.0' shares personal branding tips for millennials, baby boomers alike

Jason D. O'Grady: Cheating on your Mac

Christopher Dawson: Picasa makes iPhoto irrelevant

Jennifer Bergen: Turn your laptop into a tablet with Tablo

Dana Blankenhorn: Another open source health tools consortium

Jason D. O'Grady: Dual-screen MacBook mod

Dana Blankenhorn: Intel and GE put $25 million per year each into monitors

Joe McKendrick: Microsoft combines storage and SOA units -- what's that all about?

Jason Perlow: Warner Music Group: All your memories belong to us

Jason D. O'Grady: What's on the Queen's iPod?

ZDNet UK: Cloud Security Alliance set to launch at RSA

Heather Clancy: Green-tech wrinkle in Pepsi vs. Coke debate

Andrew Nusca: New Palm Pre video shows apps, multitasking

Dancho Danchev: Google: Spam volume for Q1 back to pre-McColo levels

ZDNet UK: Ten ways to make your boss love you - and save your job

Andrew Nusca: Sony debuts new HD camcorder for 1920x1080 video

Ed Burnette: Nokia releases how-to video for Ovi store developers

Michael Krigsman: Cool word of the day: 'Boondoggle'

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Philips sound system, Garmin nüvi 205W GPS, Sony BRAVIA LCD HDTV

Jennifer Leggio: MindTouch adds messaging, enhanced application development to open source collaboration

Dana Gardner: Amazon's BI-on-the-fly using MapReduce-as-a-service brings huge cloud data crunching to the masses

Paul Greenberg: CRM Playaz Episode #4: Social & CRM Mavens "Punditize" About Social CRM; Coolest Names

Dan Kusnetzky: Parallels Workstation Extreme

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