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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.

Sam DiazSalesforce opens Sites; offers free version to help push cloud adoption

Dion HinchcliffeCloud computing and open source face-off

Dancho Danchev: Researchers demo wireless keyboard sniffer for Microsoft 27Mhz keyboards

Ryan Naraine: Mozilla slaps band-aid on 11 Firefox flaws

Dion Hinchcliffe: Running your SOA like a Web startup

Photos: Top reviews of the week (right)

Garett Rogers: Coming soon: Google's micro-blogging search engine

Denise Howell: Six things to know if your Facebook username has been squatted

Oliver MarksTwitter Trust #Fails

Christopher Dawson: Google could take a lesson from Bing on porn

Matthew Miller: First thoughts on the Nokia N97, not as impressed as I should be

Nokia reveals the slim, sleek, and powerful E72 messaging device

Clash of the QWERTY sliders: HTC Touch Pro2 and Nokia N97

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft takes off its xRM platform-as-a-service gloves

Andrew Nusca: Top 10 affordable gadgets for Father's Day [gift guide]

Washington PostPentagon Cyber Unit Prompts Questions

Lunar science takes off at NASA

Heather Clancy: E-waste update: Electronics TakeBack Coalition rates TV manufacturers

AnandTech: Apple's 2009 MacBook Pro: Battery Life to Die For

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: DRM licensing group plan to plug analog hole

Morro FUD ...

Dana Gardner: Cloud grows globally: Russia, South Korea, and Malaysia join Open Cirrus

Sam Diaz: Dell's Twitter outlet generates millions in revenue

Tom Foremski: The marketing myth of "free" social media

Matthew Miller: Is our love for Palm clouding our Pre judgement?


Paul MurphyMurphy collezioni

Hands-on: Pharos Traveler 137 is first T-Mobile USA 3G WM device

Dana BlankenhornWho will control Hadoop?

Heather Clancy: InfoPrint printers make it easier to control eco-features


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