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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.:

Larry Dignan: Logitech gobbles up LifeSize; Enters video conferencing

Sam Diaz: Macworld 2010: Gearing up for an Apple-less event

Jason D. O'Grady: Motorola sells 100k Droids on opening weekend

Larry Dignan: Cisco finds Tandberg shareholders a tough crowd

Andrew Nusca: Gartner: 2010 will be the year e-book readers take off

Jason Perlow: Cool New Google Maps Feature: New Jersey Wormholes!

Sean Portnoy: Moxi introduces three-tuner HD DVR, reduces prices on dual-tuner version

Ryan Naraine: Adobe plugs security hole in Photoshop Elements

Tom Foremski: Intel tries again with electronic products despite a very poor track record

Larry Dignan: Adobe cuts 680 jobs

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple bans bobble head Congress app

Dancho Danchev: Commercial spying app for Android devices released

Jennifer Leggio: Creepy elves and disco dancing: A business win for OfficeMax

Harry Fuller: American electric motorcycle price lowered

Andrew Nusca: T-Mobile to phase out MyFaves

Zack Whittaker: Size zero devices: How thin is too thin?

Forrester: Social means business

Christopher Dawson: Intel e-reader combines Atom processor and accessibility

Doug Hanchard: Canada announces mandatory corporate tax reporting via Internet

Dennis Howlett: Epicor Perspectives: the analyst view

Harry Fuller: IBM figures rail transit is going to get faster and cleaner

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft whittles away at Oslo; now plans to fold it into SQL Server

Ryan Naraine: Microsoft patches Windows worm holes, drive-by download flaws

CNET: Hundreds of Facebook groups hijacked

Sam Diaz: No more servers? Rackspace says IT workers are tired of them

Ryan Naraine: Major online ad site hacked, serving up exploit cocktail

Christopher Dawson: It's a girl! (or Ed Tech, 6 years hence)

Andrew Mager: Make Facebook Lite your default experience

Jason Hiner: SIM survey: 76% of CIO time is spent on non-technical tasks

Dana Blankenhorn: What's up with the rabbit penis, doc?

Mary Jo Foley: New tool aids .Net developers in writing Linux, Mac OS X apps

Larry Dignan: Google: Is there anyone who doesn't have an opinion?

Heather Clancy: If this plug could talk, the stories it would tell

Dave Greenfield: Cisco Announces Hosted Email Service

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Seven great (and free!) applications for Windows 7

Andrew Mager: Photos: Mozilla celebrates Firefox's 5th birthday in San Francisco

Dancho Danchev: Source code for ikee iPhone worm in the wild

Mary Jo Foley: Did Microsoft Windows 7 download tool violate the GPL?

Rachel King: Google offering free Wi-Fi in some U.S. airports this holiday season

Mary Jo Foley: Study claims netbook users dissatisfied with Windows 7. Are you?

CNET: Twitter, LinkedIn announce tie-up

Matthew Miller: Google providing free airport WiFi this holiday season

Doug Hanchard: U.K. minister wants enhanced monitoring of Internet usage

Andrew Nusca: Samsung launches 'Bada' open mobile platform; is it too late to the game?

Rachel King: Ricoh GXR system details and photos officially released

Ryan Naraine: Why is Apple meddling with my Windows AutoRun?

Larry Dignan: Clearwire raises $1.5 billion to continue WiMax buildout

Matthew Miller: Nokia N900 Maemo device now shipping to retailers

Dana Blankenhorn: Enterprises saving $26 million per project with open source

ZDNet Australia: GNOME delays 3.0 release

Larry Dignan: Amazon's Kindle for PC app available; It's a handy download

Heather Clancy: Electronics giants collect more than 3 million pounds of old TVs

Dan Kusnetzky: VMware's desktop moves

Dana Blankenhorn: Open source be not proud

TR Dojo: Five reasons why Windows 7 XP Mode will encourage upgrades

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