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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: Palm Pre weekend: Sprint could steal Palm's moment

Andrew Nusca: Apple to introduce $99 or $149 iPhone on Monday, analysts say

Sean Portnoy: Digital TV conversion figures: 5 percent switch to cable, 8 percent buy new HDTV

Jennifer Leggio: Twitter provides sneak peek of 'verified accounts'

Mary Jo Foley: Best Buy memo details Microsoft Win 7 upgrade program, upgrade pricing

Zack Whittaker: Why enterprise networks run Windows, not the Mac

Richard Koman: Fighting off antitrust, Google says it's not dominant

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Nintendo Wii, Logitech QuickCam, Seagate FreeAgent Go

Michael Krigsman: Field guide to interpreting CIO-speak

Andrew Nusca: HTC Magic coming to T-Mobile as 'myTouch 3G,' not 'G2'

Dana Blankenhorn: What climate negotiators can learn from open source

Jason Perlow: OpenSolaris 2009.06: Getting Better All The Time

Andrew Nusca: For the web's best new downloads, sign up for ZDNet Downloads Digest

Tom Foremski: Where are the French code warriors when it's "Le Weekend?"

Heather Clancy: How green is software as a service?

Jason Perlow: Frugal Friday: Palm Pre, OpenSolaris, Bing, OOMA

Brian Sommer: H-1B legislation to watch - What it's really about

Andrew Nusca: For gadget news, reviews and deals, sign up for ZDNet Product Watch

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Behavioral Data: Valuing Customers. Then Avoiding Them.

John Morris: Computex 2009 slideshow: ARM smartbooks, Android netbooks, ULV laptops, Moblin and more

Mary Jo Foley: Get your 16-page list of Microsoft's morphing codenames

Jason Perlow: Wind River: Tasty Embedded Linux Treat

Joe McKendrick: Gartner: Nine ways to measure SOA success

Dancho Danchev: Microsoft study debunks profitability of the underground economy

Paul Murphy: JavaStation Reprise?

Dion Hinchcliffe: Eight ways that cloud computing will change business

Sam Diaz: Guinea pigs wanted for early Chrome-for-Mac testing

Richard Koman: PR firms battle over Google's inside track to White House

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: The problem with XP ...

Dennis Howlett: Weekend Stuff: Twittering houses and eco reporting

Ryan Naraine: Adobe piggybacks on Microsoft Patch Tuesday

Sam Diaz: Ouch! Hacker-free e-mail gets hacked

Andrew Nusca: Pioneer sets trio of Blu-ray players loose; $299 to $599

Michael Krigsman: 21 ways to flog dead horse projects

CBS News: Ballmer calls Obama taxes a moving issue

ZDNet UK: Crypto project seeks to lock down net security

Dave Greenfield: Did Cisco Misstep with its SMB Play?

Janice Chen: Top Five Digital Camcorders for the New Graduate

Larry Dignan: Google: Enterprise business profitable; Says email migration 'proof points' building

Michael Krigsman: Kill your dead horse failures fast!

Heather Clancy: Eaton gives you more power over your power

Sam Diaz: Microsoft's Ray Ozzie talks cloud computing at Churchill Club

Dan Kusnetzky: Virtual Instruments launches VirtualWisdom

James Farrar: Sustainability: More Capitalist Than Jack Welch?

Bill Detwiler: Five ways to keep the dust bunnies out of a PC

Larry Dignan: Want a smart meter? Try your electric bill first

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