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News to know: Kanye West; Bing Visual Search; Quicken-Mint; Sprint; 802.11n, Intel

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

Oliver Marks: Kayne West Influences Enterprise Social Business Strategy

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Bing gets visual search; full 2.0 update later this fall

Larry Dignan: It's official: Intuit buys Mint.com; Plans to keep Mint.com and Quicken Online

Sam Diaz: Sprint extends unlimited plan to businesses; Shares jump on acquisition rumors

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: 802.11n ratified ... finally

Larry Dignan: Intel reshuffles its executive deck; Consolidates product divisions

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Jennifer Bergen: Dell sells discounted Zune HD before it hits stores

Larry Dignan: Yahoo's sale of Alibaba.com stake opportunistic

Sam Diaz: Motorola bullish on Android, Motoblur rollout in 2010

Tom Foremski: Intel domination of microprcessor markets reaches a new 4 year high

Ed Bott: The Windows 7 upgrade survival guide

Christopher Dawson: Could Google Fast Flip get kids reading news again?

Tom Foremski: Intel domination of microprcessor markets reaches a new 4 year high

Richard Koman: Veoh wins copyright suit, brightening YouTube's future

Christopher Dawson: The Classmate is not a compromise

Robin Harris: 4 reasons NOT to upgrade to Snow Leopard today

Larry Dignan: Oracle to unveil Sun-based Exadata database machine

Heather Clancy: Fat Spaniel digs deeper into renewables with new software for solar plant operators

Sam Diaz: HP: New Quicklook, revamped Media Smart Server top fall product news

Mary Jo Foley: Gaming veteran Shane Kim to leave Microsoft

Phil Wainewright: Sage dresses SoSaaS in cloud clothing

Jennifer Leggio: Twitter hashtag #chats: Valuable or just noise?

Andrew Nusca: Apple regroups for living room push; drops 40GB Apple TV, slashes 160GB price

Matthew Miller: Shortcovers has ePub ebooks for reading enjoyment on several platforms

Dana Blankenhorn: Open source loves profit

Sam Diaz: Google unlocks data restrictions, announces Data Liberation efforts

Andrew Nusca: TomTom debuts 5" XXL 530S, 540S GPS navigation devices

Joe McKendrick: Create, cut, create, cut: How to be a successful CIO in 18 easy steps

Dana Gardner: Open Group ramps up cloud and security activities as extension of boundaryless organization focus

Andrew Nusca: Pliant announces 'world's fastest enterprise SSDs'

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft pushes business users to start Windows 7 upgrades now

Matthew Miller: LG announces upcoming GW620 Google Android smartphone

Larry Dignan: EMC's Tucci will stick around through 2012

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Palm Pre, Pure Digital Flip Ultra camcorder, Magellan RoadMate GPS

Rachel King: Carl Zeiss unveils 18mm F3.5 lens for Canon DSLRs

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Security Essentials or Forefront: Which should a Windows user choose?

Richard Koman: Anonymity exposed, part deux: Google, ISPs ordered to expose academic dissidents

Rachel King: SanDisk releases Extreme Pro CompactFlash cards

Dave Greenfield: It's Official: Avaya Acquires Nortel Enterprise

Dana Blankenhorn: Lasker Awards show controversy of basic science

Larry Dignan: E-commerce sites: You have 2 seconds to load your Web pages

Dennis Howlett: Gen X/GenY/Enterprise 2.0: are the naysayers right?

Dana Blankenhorn: Would you march for Internet privacy?

Paul Greenberg: Brent Leary Expounds: The SMBs Rejoice

Larrry Dignan: Intuit's reported purchase of Mint: A fine defensive move

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: The Linux botweb story that wasn't ...

Jason Hiner: The 10 smartphones that emit the most radiation

Dan Kusnetzky: Conversation with Marathon Technologies

Sam Diaz: Sprint lures two from Verizon; new 'unlimited' plan seals deal

Andrew Nusca: Can ultrathin laptop David beat the netbook Goliath?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: 20 hours to upgrade Windows 7 ... maybe, but it's a fringe case

Jason Hiner: Deploy metrics to revolutionize business processes

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