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Here are today's notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily.

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.

John Morris: Intel: 32nm is just the beginning

Larry Dignan: Skype aims for small business via Cisco interoperability

Richard Koman: Republicans back off net neutrality gambit

Larry Dignan: HP gives EDS new moniker, HP Enterprise Services

Sam Diaz: Palm tattles on Apple, finds itself in the hot seat instead

Larry Dignan: Injury to insult: Madoff victims data stolen in laptop theft

Joe McKendrick: Cisco practices what it preaches, crosses boundaries with SOA

Andrew Nusca: Starbucks reveals iPhone apps, heralds mobile e-commerce

Heather Clancy: Attention big "emitters": Are you ready to start coughing up greenhouse gas data?

Jennifer Leggio: oneforty launches online storefront for booming Twitter app market

Andrew Mager: Foursquare adds firehose to home page

Jennifer Bergen: Sony PSP Go: Hands-on first impressions and photos

Jennifer Leggio: Newest Twitter phishing attack is not 'rofl'-worthy

Richard Koman: What makes a drug raid really fun? Wii Bowling!

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Ubuntu Moblin Remix Developer Edition available on Dell Mini 10v

Ellison wants to model new Oracle after T.J. Watson Jr.'s IBM

Andrew Nusca: Microsoft 'Pink' phones, Turtle and Pure, leaked in pictures

Jennifer Leggio: ZDNet breaks down the comment wall

Phil Wainewright: SaaS for your business in the cloud

Richard Koman: Free the Orphans: Are we being played for fools in Google Books play?

Andrew Nusca: Alienware reveals M15x laptop with 2GHz Core i7; new desktop designs

Larry Dignan: i4i vs. Microsoft appeal heard; Trash talk ensues

Jennifer Leggio: Brizzly takes the guesswork out of using Twitter

Andrew Nusca: ATI debuts Radeon HD 5870 with 'most powerful processor ever created'

Mary Jo Foley: Windows 8: More early clues start to emerge

Ryan Naraine: Hijacking Windows System Restore for cybercrime profits

Andrew Nusca: iRex launches e-reader in U.S.; Jabs at Amazon, netbooks

Christopher Dawson: Another push for netbooks in Africa

Matthew Miller: Microsoft responds to the Zune Originals issue in a big way

Dancho Danchev: Modern banker malware undermines two-factor authentication

Jason D. O'Grady: iTunes 9.0.1 update squashes bugs

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Polaroid PoGo, ViewSonic monitor, Canon PowerShot

Dana Blankenhorn: Why Africa gets the IBM-Ubuntu bundle and you do not

Ryan Naraine: Google exec calls for ISPs to get tough on botnets

Dana Blankenhorn: The problem with health care is costs and you

Jennifer Bergen: Sony PSP Go now available for in-store demos

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: AMD debuts Radeon HD 5800 series GPUs with DirectX 11 support

Michael Krigsman: 'Cultures of participation' and IT success

Dancho Danchev: Scareware scammers hijack Twitter trending topics

Ryan Naraine: From Gimmiv to Conficker: The lucrative MS08-067 flaw

Dana Blankenhorn: BIND is not just legacy freeware

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Google Chrome Frame ... Chrome performance for IE users!

Larry Dignan: IBM, Canonical partner to target Africa netbook market; Upend Microsoft

Rachel King: Poll: What is your favorite digital camera brand?

Christopher Dawson: And now the Singapore Ministry of Education has "gonegoogle"

Larry Dignan: Windows Live: A little more than a dollar in ad revenue per user a year

ZDNet Australia: Australia data centers face massive threat - dust

Heather Clancy: Savings from power managing your desktop may be bigger than you realize

Dan Kusnetzky: Fortisphere - if you can't see it, you can't manage it

TR Dojo: Preventing Windows Vista System Restore from hogging your hard drive