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Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Mary Jo Foley: New update of Microsoft codename tracker available nowLarry Dignan: Intel launches Core i7; Who’s buying?
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

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

Mary Jo Foley: New update of Microsoft codename tracker available now

Larry Dignan: Intel launches Core i7; Who’s buying?

Sam Diaz: Tech workforce pinched by economy, feeling like 2003

Jason Perlow: Kindle Economics

CNET News: Adobe wants to bridge gap between PCs and cloud Ryan Naraine: Sun plugs holes in StarOffice

Roland Piquepaille: 1,000-device personal networks in 2017?

Photos: Top-rated reviews of the week (Vaio right)

Papermaster countersues; IBM to put up $3M

Phil Wainewright: How much does Exchange really cost?

NYT: Say Goodbye to BlackBerry?  Yes He Can, Maybe

Jason O'Grady: Apple seeks iPhone expertise in China

AdAge: Why Yahoo Still Matters for YouGadget Lab: USB 3.0 to Deliver a Tenfold Speed Increase

John Morris:AMD's Extreme Makeover: What the new roadmaps reveal

Jason Perlow: Preparing for a Flickr Apocalypse (Updated, with Yahoo response)

Sean Portnoy: Maxtor drops Central Axis Business Edition 2TB network-attached-storage device

Matthew Miller: Should RIM also license Exchange ActiveSync?

Nusca: Engineering, tech 'suddenly sexy' for college grads

NYT: Online Age Verification for Children Brings Privacy Worries

Dana Gardner: BriefingsDirect analysts review new SOA governance book, propose scope for U.S. tech czar

John Carroll: Computers make the case for globalization

Ubuntu to run on ARM-based netbooks

Jennifer Leggio: Social media will not kill PR, but it does expose industry weakness

Christopher Dawson: Going paperless...Are we really saving money?

Brian Sommer: BearingPoint's Q3 earnings call - part 1

Joe McKendrick: Whatever happened to the 'middle' in middleware?

Janice Chen: Fujifilm ressurects the "Polaroid" and announces Instax 200 instant film camera

Dignan: The perks of free agency with Verizon Wireless

Sun cuts 5,000 to 6,000 jobs

Diaz: i-Cards: the next SSN?

Heather Clancy: NextWorth offers special tech trade-in program for military personnel

Joe Brockmeier: Will OpenID catch on?

Garett Rogers: Google's iPhone voice search delayed too?

Dana Blankenhorn: DSPs changing medical practice

Jason O'Grady: Evernote adds offline notes

Roland Piquepaille: Swarms of small satellites coming soon

Sean Portnoy: Circuit City Black Friday ad finally leaks. More yawns.

Gallery: How to convert AAC to MP3 the easy way (right)

Joe McKendrick: IDC-HP study: SOA targets the business, but is the business sold on SOA?

Paul Murphy: Storage Analytics meets Tufte

Nusca: Weekend Gadget Guidance: Prevent auto Windows shutdown, reboot

Fast Company: Digg Bans 20-30 Users for Hate Speech In Response to Fast Company's Women in Web 2.0

Microsoft launches online store: Is there deeper meaning here?

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