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Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

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: Intel shines: Earnings, revenue, margins well above estimates; Outlook better

Jason Perlow: Sitting "Shiva" For My Dead Laptop

Robin Harris: RFID passports: a tragedy waiting to happen

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft announces its Azure cloud computing pricing

Ryan Naraine: MS Patch Tuesday: 9 bulletins, 6 rated critical


Rachel King: How to make the most of iPhoto

Larry Dignan: Dell aims to diversify away from PCs, but how?

Jobs: Catch the App Store if you can

Brian Sommer: Why the best get better in sourcing

Larry Dignan: IT budgets: Shifting by the week?

Sun: Our quarter stunk; Oracle: We'll get our accretive earnings anyway

CNet News: Do mommy bloggers need to grow up?

Dennis Howlett: SoftwareAG: 'We're not up for sale'

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to allow Win Mobile 6.0, 6.1 users access to its online app store

Andrew Nusca: Stylish eMachines EZ1601 all-in-one PC for family; $399

John MorrisWhy the first Chrome netbooks may not be so revolutionary

PaidContent: Microsoft's Ballmer On Google Chrome OS: ‘Who Knows What This Thing Is?’

Mitch Ratcliffe: Why is Facebook whoring me out?

Dennis Howlett: Sir Bonar Neville-Kingdom on the 'Three Pillars of Digital Britain'

Zack Whittaker: Office 2010 to hit networks and the web in style

Screenshots of new Office 2010 web applications user interface

Oliver Marks: New Socialtext Microblogging Appliance Signals Increased Flexibility

Dana Blankenhorn: The push to make meaningful use meaningless

Heather Clancy: SunSpec hopes to provide standard IT management platform for solar technology

End of an era for Office 2000

Ars TechnicaPandora now pushing radio to pay for music, too

Silicon Alley Insider: Survey Confirms: Bing Will Bomb

Bing claims 8 percent rise in users

Want to sell your game? Host a post-apocalyptic pig roast! (right)

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows Security Center changes trigger warnings

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Apple Mac Mini, Vizio HDTV, Logitech wireless mouse

TechCrunch: YouTube Will Be Next To Kiss IE6 Support Goodbye

Dan KusnetzkyCitrix and Fujitsu cuddle closer together

Harry Fuller: The newest argument being used to trash global warming

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