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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.

Dancho Danchev: Conficker worm's copycat Neeris spreading over IM

Sam Diaz: Report: Sun and IBM clashed over executive pay

Andrew Nusca: RIM BlackBerry Storm 2 due in September, has Wi-Fi

Andrew Nusca: Sprint refreshes image in new ad that features Palm Pre, Twitter

Larry Dignan: Microsoft's security report: The top 5 takeaways

Sean Portnoy: Acer reveals the nVidia Ion-based AspireRevo: The perfect budget HTPC?

Richard Koman: EFF's von Lohmann: YouTube worse than DMCA for fair use

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Are you ready for a wrist-mounted computer?

Heather Clancy: HP on track to recycle 2 billion pounds of tech stuff. What percentage of the total is that?

Jennifer Bergen: Yahoo! Messenger meets the iPhone, finally

Andrew Nusca: New DroboPro NAS has 8 drive bays for 16TB storage

Larry Dignan: Cost cutting helps Juniper Networks weather light sales

Harry Fuller: Let's put CO2 underground, and then...

Jason Perlow: The "Me Too" Kindle 2 Review

Mary Jo Foley: A single Windows platform for phones and PCs: Can it be done?

Joe McKendrick: Expect better: IT Partner Bill of Rights

Harry Fuller: Eco-crooks and endangered rivers

Sam Diaz: Google's Schmidt carefully scripted at newspaper powwow

Heather Clancy: For your reading pleasure: One expert's view of how green power can affect the U.S. power infrastructure

Jennifer Bergen: HP Pavilion dv2: Netbook or notebook?

Andrew Nusca: Report: Apple lockdown forced U2 to embrace RIM

Ed Bott: There's nothing new about Windows downgrade rights

Harry Fuller: Pictures of then and now: climate change

Andrew Nusca: Do IT pros demand Apple's new Xserve?

Jennifer Bergen: AT&T's Samsung Impression's big, bright AMOLED screen

Harry Fuller: Too young and too thin?

Dana Blankenhorn: The open source sea change and the Taylor graph

Andrew Nusca: Sony Ericsson introduces W205 Walkman phone

Dana Blankenhorn: How much legal trouble is Cisco in against the FSF?

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: 5 Things I'd Like To See From My (Or Any) Cable Operator

Larry Dignan: Fusion-io lands more funding; Names CEO

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Is there an open source alternative to Microsoft Outlook?

Matthew Miller: Clash of the Touch Titans: iPhone 3.0 3G vs RIM BlackBerry Storm

Zack Whittaker: Student bloggers open transparency to Imperial

Dana Blankenhorn: Will HIMSS vendors oppose their best customers?

Harry Fuller: GM + Segway = 2 seats + 2 wheels

Andrew Nusca: Leaked memo reveals T-Mobile 3G expansion plans in 40+ U.S. cities

Christopher Dawson: Resumes in a Web 2.0 world

Larry Dignan: Xerox lands P&G print managed services contract

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Asus EeePC 1000HE and Acer Aspire One netbooks, Seagate FreeAgent 1TB hard drive

Mary Jo Foley: Microkernel expert Shapiro to join Microsoft Midori effort

Dana Blankenhorn: How far behind the tech curve is health care?

Michael Krigsman: Programmers and IT failure

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Skipping Vista

Dana Blankenhorn: FDA targets Internet drug ads

Joe Brockmeier: Quality improves for Google Summer of Code

Jason D. O'Grady: Xserve updated with Nehalem processors

Matthew Miller: Review: Nintendo DSi lets you have a blast with photos

Larry Dignan: Can Australia's government really bring fiber to the home?

Andrew Nusca: Intel launches new chip logos, rating system

Dan Kusnetzky: Doubletake Workload Optimization Suite

Jeremy Allison: GPL's cloudy future

Larry Dignan: Does the future of GM include a tricked out Segway?

IT Dojo: Master the five phases of a successful network penetration

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