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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.

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Mobile Dev team: 'Windows Mobile 6.5 is done'

New Microsoft Office 2010 test build leaks

Larry Dignan: Wolfram/Alpha launches: Can it break out of niche-ville?

Dana Blankenhorn: What Obama can do for and to open source

Alfresco agonistes

Dion Hinchcliffe: The year of the shift to Enterprise 2.0

Mary Jo Foley: Non-touch: Still on the Windows Mobile 7 feature list?

Will 'non-touch' be part of Windows Mobile 7?

Dancho Danchev: 56th variant of the Koobface worm detected

Playing with Windows 7's Slingbox-like feature

Heather Clancy: Your green IT project: Who should play a role?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Is the Kindle one massive DRM timebomb?

Paul Murphy: Scorpions, Frogs, and Trench Warfare

Zack Whittaker: Femtocells: your very own home cell network

Brian Sommer: Sage and the Economy – Two things that should turn around

CraigslistTarget Practice 

TechCrunchNot A Typo: Six Apart Opens Up Suite Of Products For Rival WordPress  

Matthew MillerMobileTechRoundup show #171; MiFi, Sidekick, E71x, DX, and more

CNet News: Dell says Windows 7 price is possible barrier

Joe McKendrickSOA's new mission: move workloads in and out of the cloud

Ubuntu gets web-based file sync and sharing

How to gallery:

Setting up Gmail to import Hotmail (right)

Garett Rogers: Google goes down, questions about cloud computing arise

Sean Portnoy: HDMI 1.4 promises Ethernet support, but with a catch

Larry Dignan: Is an IBM purchase of Red Hat inevitable?

BitsDo Web Entrepreneurs Still Need Venture Capitalists? 

Tom Foremski: Bloggers could rescue newspaper industry with "Adtribution" business model

Jason PerlowFrugal Friday: Google FAIL, Virtual Iron, Twitter, Cool-er eReader, CUCKU Backup

Jennifer BergenHappy Panda-USB-Flash-Drive Friday

Zack Whittaker: When did the BlackBerry become so personal?

BlankenhornWhat the Eclipsys story tells us

Andrew Nusca: Intel Larrabee to have 32 cores, ship in 2010

Harry Fuller: Greening air travel?

Google fallout: One in seven users hit by outage

Group aims to keep MySQL healthy

SAP Sapphire: Reading the tea leaves demand, margins and M&A

NYT: Hulu Questions Count of Its Audience 

Blizzard working on new online game project

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