News to know: Microsoft; Facebook; Acer; WiFi health scare

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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: Jury orders Microsoft to pay $388 million over anti-piracy patent

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft delivers SQL Server 2008 SP1

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows 7 beta testers - get ready for a wipe and reload

Sam Diaz: FCC takes first step toward National Broadband plan

CNET News: Microsoft nabs Sun chip executive

Larry Dignan: The U.S. electrical grid: How big of a cyber target is it?

Gallery: zweiPhone stickers tone iPhone down

Jennifer Leggio: Fortune 500 Series: How Intel is listening, engaging with its community

Dana Blankenhorn: Another WiFi health scare breaks out

Zack Whittaker: Citizen journalism captures 11 students arrested in counter-terror raids

ReadWriteWeb: This Machine Eats Tweets: The System Behind @Comcast and Others

Matthew MillerCTIA 09: REDFLY Mobile Viewer free beta available now

Christopher Dawson: Intel awards innovation around Classmate PC

Jason O'Grady: Gift card scammers soliciting iPhone devs

Dana Gardner: Google Apps charges ahead with improved data security and long-awaited Java support

Dana Blankenhorn: Voice recognition a solution for medical luddism

Jasnice ChenWhere to get the cheapest online photo prints

Paul MillerIvan Herman discusses Semantic Web activity at the World Wide Web Consortium

Gadget Gal's daily deals: Canon PowerShot, Sony CyberShot, Logitech wireless mouse, Seagate 1TB hard drive

Dancho Danchev: Paul McCartney's official site serving malware

Survey: Venture capitalist spirits perk up

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