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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.:

Sam Diaz: New York AG files antitrust charges against Intel; alleges bribery, coercion

Mary Jo Foley: Are the Microsoft layoffs over now?

Matthew Miller: Motorola and Palm; will 2009 be designated as a comeback year?

Sam Diaz: EU showdown over Oracle-Sun; Objections seem imminent

Mary Jo Foley: The long and winding road to MSN's reinvention as a social hub

Andrew Nusca: Revisting the Motorola Droid on Verizon [Q&A]

Sean Portnoy: Wal-mart preempts Black Friday with HDTV specials this Saturday

Jason D. O'Grady: I Am T-Pain enjoys 10,000 downloads per day

Jono Bacon: Not tolerating the intolerant

Sam Diaz: Xobni expands to include enterprise but where are Web, Mobile and even Mac versions?

Matthew Miller: The iPhone is one of the best phones in the world, carriers with it are the problem

Doug Hanchard: U.S. Ethics Committee staffer file-shares sensitive document

Smartplanet: Apple can grab more share by slashing Mac prices
Tom Foremski: iSuppli: Cloud data storage market growth marred by privacy and security issues

Harry Fuller: Remember Kerry-Boxer?

Paul Greenberg: Organic Social Networks, the Yankees and....Wha'? (UPDATE: WE WON OUR 27TH WORLD SERIES!)

Andrew Nusca: Verizon to offer Sony Vaio P series ultraportable for $300 with contract

Harry Fuller: How about your own smarter grid at home?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft does a 180 on Exchange 2007 support (in a good way)

Andrew Nusca: LaCie Network Space 2 NAS adds torrent support, wake-on LAN; $160

Dana Gardner: HP takes converged infrastructure a notch higher with new data warehouse appliance

Zack Whittaker: Google Maps and the mystery of the non-existent town

Joe McKendrick: Gartner: 10 reasons why both sides of the SOA debate have it wrong

Oliver Marks: Andrew McAfee & Enterprise 2.0 conference

Harry Fuller: German chancellor chides Congress on global warming

Michael Krisgman: Please vote: Shortlisted at Computer Weekly

Andrew Nusca: Hands-on photos of Spring Design's Alex Android-based e-reader appear

Forrester: Policy-based SOA will enable increased business value and agility

Matthew Miller: HTC HD2 coming to major US carrier in early 2010

Andrew Nusca: Microsoft Courier interface functionality leaked

Dana Blankenhorn: LiMo has a second phone

Sam Diaz: Cisco's beats for Q1; bullish on investments and recovery

Dana Blankenhorn: How fast can remote monitoring move?

Andrew Nusca: HP prepping Envy 14 premium thin-and-light laptop

CNET: Congress may require ISPs to block fraud sites

ZDNet UK: Microsoft fixes IE patch again

Heather Clancy: HP helps clients get an edge on data center energy usage and "stranded" capacity

Zack Whittaker: Best use for touch hardware yet? FarmVille

Dana Blankenhorn: Ramji delivers a CodePlex process

CNET: Dell finalizes $3.9 billion offer for Perot

Doug Hanchard: European Parliament to revisit telecom regulations

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