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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: Jobs to take medical leave; Back in summer at WWDC?

Mary Jo Foley: Windows 7 on older hardware: A Catch 22 for Microsoft

Ryan Naraine: RIM warns of BlackBerry PDF vulnerabilities

Photos: From London to Timbuktu--in a flying car (right)

Dignan: Nortel bankruptcy: What you need to know

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: R.I.P., ‘V.O.I.P.’ Long live packet-based telephony.

Paul Greenberg: CRM 2.0: The Government, Public Service & A Transformed World

Sam Diaz: Psystar offers another (weak) argument in Apple suit

TechCrunch: Why Do We Still Let Webmail Services Get Away With Deleting Our Data?

Joe McKendrick: So far, SOA failures are far and few between, survey says

MacRumors: Snow Leopard to Bring Unifying ‘Marble’ User Interface?

BoomTown: Sue Decker's Goodbye Memo to the Yahoo Troops

Brian Sommer: Ethics and Indian services firms

Heather Clancy: Dell supersizes its LED monitors

Jennifer Leggio: Twitter, I'm cheating on you with Facebook

Phil Wainewright: Google endorses the cloud channel

Dana Blankenhorn: 7 reasons why Windows 7 will not wreck Ubuntu

Joe Brockmeier: What happens with KDE with Qt license shift?

TechCrunch: Gmail Grew 43 Percent Last Year.  AOL Mail And Hotmail Need To Start Worrying.

Richard Koman: Will govt throw bucks at health IT without understanding the goals?

Matthew Miller: Another Eye-Fi product wins CES 2009 Last Gadget Standing contest

Andrew Mager: David Allen explains how to Make It All Work

Robin Harris: Apple's 8 hour battery: breakthrough or bungle?

Andrew Nusca: Apple 'suing' Wired for tutorial on 'Hackintosh' netbook tutorial, author says

Sean Portnoy: CES 2009: Photos of TV widgets from the show floorOliver Marks: The Linked Content Economy: Thomson Reuters Open Calais Toolkit to Create More Intelligent Applications

NY Observer: It's Geek to You, but Not to Them: Meet the Early Adopters

Mercury News: Casino profile details luxurious lifestyle of former Fry's executive

Dana Blankenhorn: Getting right by open source

Gallery: Pandora 2.0 Internet radio App

Christopher Dawson: Really, you're going to buy it for me?

Engine Yard takes Ruby and Rails to Amazon's cloud bandwagon

Ryan Stewart: No more free Sprout Builder

Gartner CIO advice: The good, the bad and the plain odd

Patent wars: EchoStar cheers reexamination of Tivo patent; Tivo scoffs

eWeek: United Airlines to Offer In-Flight Wi-Fi

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