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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.

Sam Diaz: Ellison's keynote: Linux, Exadata, the Governator and more

Jason Perlow: Google Wave: The Microsoft Bob of the New Millennium

Larry Dignan: Intel is ready for your fourth quarter business: Will you show up?

Andrew Nusca: Toshiba announces Windows 7 touchscreen laptops, netbooks

Sam Diaz: Wi-Fi Direct connections coming soon; Like Bluetooth, but better

All Things D: The CLIQ, Storm2 Join Long Parade of iPhone Threats

Dave Greenfield: SharePoint Statistics: The Real Reason Behind SharePoint's Price Tag

Harry Fuller: Ford finds its car sales hybridizing

Dancho Danchev: Does software piracy lead to higher malware infection rates?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Jailbreaking the iPhone is cool, piracy is not!

AppleInsider: Mac sales grow 11.8% as Apple takes 9.4% U.S. market share

Ryan Naraine: Adobe joins Patch Tuesday barrage: 29 PDF security flaws

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Big Brains: Terry Crowley

Dana Gardner: CEO interview: Workday's Aneel Bhusri on advancing SaaS and cloud models for improved ERP

Zack Whittaker: Double slash in Web addresses 'a bit of a mistake'

NYT: BlackBerry, Upgraded, Aims to Suit Every User

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Philips universal remote, Casio Exilim digital camera, Sharp LCD HDTV

Mary Jo Foley: ComScore: Microsoft's Bing holds steady in its search share

Brian Sommer: Customer Intimacy wins in SAP SI's and Channel Partners

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Michael Dell - Loves Windows 7, slams netbooks

Matthew Miller: Dual boot Android/XP Acer netbook available for pre-order

Andrew Nusca: Is this Barnes & Noble's secret e-book reader?

CNET: Adobe fixes 28 holes in Reader and Acrobat

Joe McKendrick: How event driven architecture changes the SOA service flow

Dancho Danchev: New Koobface campaign spoofs Adobe's Flash updater

Heather Clancy: The SaaS-ification of IT asset disposal

Gizmodo: Exclusive: First Photos of Barnes & Noble's Double Screen E-Reader

Larry Dignan: Netbook disillusionment and why Compaq is still a brand

Dan Kusnetzky: Apptis Technology Solutions, an eGenera Partner

Dana Blankenhorn: Why Mac open source gets no respect

Jason D. O'Grady: Rumor: Apple to awaken dormant FM tuner in iPhone

Janice Chen: Flip Video updates the popular Flip MinoHD camcorder

Rachel King: Answering your digital camera and camcorder questions

Dana Blankenhorn: Snowe and enemies push health reform forward

Matthew Miller: Review: Zune HD & AV dock and Zune Premium Car Pack

ZDNet Asia: Linux-Windows gap to remain for five years

CNET: Typo takes down Internet in Sweden

Podcast: Can Windows 7 erase Vista memories?
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