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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.

Dana Blankenhorn: Intel-Nokia deal boosts open source

Sam Diaz: Report: consumer confusion over netbooks and notebooks

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: UPDATE - Windows Security Essentials beta available NOW!

Sam Diaz: Oracle bucks economic trends; beats Q4 estimates

Mary Jo Foley: A reminder: Win 7 testers, your beta is about to expire

Richard Koman: Assassination of Neda, played and replayed on the Web, marks turning point for Iran

Heather Clancy: Not your average off-the-shelf system: New IBM supercomputer will heat university buildings

Rachel King: Does the iPhone 3G S replace the need for Flip?

Matthew Miller: Qik rolls out live video streaming for Google Android

Sam Diaz: Howard Stern blames contract for keeping his show off iPhone app

Harry Fuller: Oil shortages are over, we're gonna squeeze it from diatoms

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: The Real Case in Social Media: Zappos CEO Not All Atwitter About Twitter

Harry Fuller: Taxpayers are NOT bailing out Ford Motor, or are we?

Tom Foremski: From Big Blue to Big Brown as IBM expands into sewage management and other green initiatives

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Casio Exilim digital camera, Sony Bravia HDTV, Western Digital hard drives

Matthew Miller: Voice guided navigation comes to the iPhone as AT&T Navigator

Jason Hiner: Webcast: Demystifying Azure and Microsoft's cloud computing strategy

Zack Whittaker: Microsoft wants students for Office 2010 test

David Morgenstern: Mac HFS+ read-write support for Windows

ZDNet UK: 'Acid test' for Ubuntu on a netbook

CBSNews.com: Tech giants deny helping Iran eavesdrop

Dana Gardner: SaaS delivery of IT lifecycle and quality management functions evolves toward an IT service-delivery solutions approach

Oliver Marks: Jive & Telligent Get More Analytical

Andrew Nusca: Toshiba debuts six new Satellite L Series budget laptops; start at $549

Dana Gardner: Web data gains some due respect as Kapow eases it into mission critical enterprise uses

Sam Diaz: IBM releases upgrade to Tivoli software

Rachel King: Canon PowerShot D10 makes its way to the Middle East

Dana Gardner: Platform applies HPC lessons to 'private' cloud creation, operations, efficiency

Dana Blankenhorn: How friendly is the Movable Type fork?

Dana Gardner: Compuware spruces up IT portfolio management with Changepoint refresh

Heather Clancy: Gazelle is another place to get rid of your old gadgets

Dennis Howlett: SocialText goes free for up to 50 users

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Security Essentials beta to be capped at 75,000, kicks off today

Dana Blankenhorn: Can open source police open source?

John Morris: New Acer Aspire laptops start at $480

Jeremy Allison: The media is dead. Long live the media

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Recession, what recession? Apple sells 1 million iPhones over the weekend

Andrew Nusca: Building high-performance, luxury computers in a recession

Dan Kusnetzky: RNA Networks launches RNAcache

Sam Diaz: Verizon, T-Mobile plan Android phones by year's end; boost for Motorola

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