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Written by Sam Diaz, Inactive

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.

Jason Hiner: Ellison rips IBM, shows off Sun-Oracle benchmarks, offers $10M prize

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: T-Mobile - All your Sidekick data are belong to ... well, no one ... it's gone!

Sam Diaz: Preview Party: Windows 7 makes a big splash in a Mac house

Jason O'Grady: Amazing iPhone GPS for $2.99

Oliver Marks: Burnout - the Dangers of Remote Work Forces

Robin Harris: Optical storage: RIP

Garett Rogers: Google defends itself as FCC asks for more information

Larry Dignan: Yahoo pays its 'technical debt' with IT overhaul

Dave Greenfield: Should Obama Have Won the Nobel?

Zack Whittaker: Google's ongoing quest for home page simplicity

Tom Foremski: Porn stars and journalists share the same troubles caused by the Internet

Jason D. O'Grady: Jailbreak now available for iPhone OS 3.1.2

Jason Perlow: Who is a Candidate for Desktop Linux?

Sean Portnoy: "HDTV" experiment proves believing is seeing

Andrew Mager: We need a new Techmeme

Fever: A personalized Techmeme

Harry Fuller: Abomination or civil right? Solar clothes drying sparks heated argument

Dave Greenfield: Android's Weakest Link

Michael Krigsman: Twitter suspends security researcher's account as a threat

Chris Jablonski: Researchers replicate butterfly wings on a nano-scale

Doug Hanchard: Personal health information is the next national security problem

Paul Murphy: Clouds vs. Appliances

Jason Perlow: Frugal Friday: The Software of Stallman, Psystar/Apple, Parallels

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: iPod nano, Acer Aspire notebook, LG HDTV

Tom Foremski: Boomers, Gen Xers, and Millennials - a potent Silicon Valley workforce

Jennifer Bergen: Kindle DX international edition: Are the rumors true?

Dana Gardner: Architects to cloud advocates: Get real

Zack Whittaker: Coin-sized nuclear batteries to revolutionise electronics

Dana Blankenhorn: The best protection for software assets

Ryan Naraine: Google patches Android DoS vulnerabilities

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to add OneNote and SharePoint clients to next Office Mobile release?

Brian Sommer: SMART Selling in the SaaS world

ZDNet UK: Arrested al-Qaeda suspect has links to Cern

Andrew Mager: MobileTechRoundup show #185; Windows Mobile 6.5 and Google Android

Larry Dignan: Retraction: Yahoo and Iran

Andrew Nusca: With web-based TV widgets, Yahoo will televise 'The Internet Revolution'

Ryan Naraine: Mozilla 'Plugin Check' keeps Firefox add-ons secure

Joe McKendrick: Question: can packaged apps join the 'Lean IT' bandwagon?

Heather Clancy: Two new tomes offer tips to guide your Green IT strategy

Joe McKendrick: Gartner: You want cloud? You need SOA first

Ryan Naraine: New Adobe PDF flaw under attack; Patch coming Tuesday

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: The EULA ... your views

Dana Blankenhorn: Canada scandal illustrates perils of health IT stimulus

Doug Hanchard: New technologies target disaster relief

ZDNet Asia: Green Dam enforcement watered down

Dana Blankenhorn: Seeking a Stallman for open source

TR Dojo: Find files within a date range using Windows Search Advanced Query Syntax

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