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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

Larry Dignan: Papermaster set to join Apple

Larry Dignan: Amazon plotting new Kindle Feb. 9?

Garett Rogers: Outlook, look out - Gmail goes offline

Tech Earnings:

Sam Diaz: Yahoo swings to loss for Q4; focus shifts to Bartz, 2009

Andrew Nusca: Western Digital announces 'world's highest capacity drive' at 2TB

Sam Diaz: Satyam: resignations, appointments and YouTube videos

Paula Rooney: Bucking the trend, handful of open source players attract VC funding

Joe Brockmeier: I am Linux (and so can you!)

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: First look - Internet Explorer 8 RC1

Gallery: Internet Explorer 8 RC 1 slideshow

Jason Hiner: IT jobs outlook for 2009: The good and the bad

Paul Miller: Thinking about where the Semantic Web conversation takes place

Phil Fersht: What goes around comes around

Dana Blankenhorn: How much should government commit to open source?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft releases source code under an Apache license

Dancho Danchev: Google Video search results poisoned to serve malware

Jason D. O'Grady: The irony of Apple packaging

Phil Wainewright: Oracle puts a price on single-tenancy

Larry DIgnan: EMC: IT spending to fall; Little visibility into 2009

Christopher Dawson: Keeping the convertible for a while

Harry Fuller: Got waste? Feed it to the algae. Presto chango it's valuable.

Dana Blankenhorn: Try the extended warranty for health care

Janice Chen: Panasonic announces six new Lumix digital cameras, including first waterproof model

Sam Diaz: What recession? Paying millions for a 30-second Super Bowl spot

Tom Foremski: Microsoft's data privacy balancing act

David Morgenstern: MacScan releases free Mac trojan removal tool

Matthew Miller: Will we ever see a Sony PSP 2?

Paul Miller: Managing the flow at Davos

Andrew Nusca: Second Life's Linden Labs adds execs from Intuit, McKinsey

Sheri McLeish: Free and freer: Lotus Symphony could be your unsung hero

Michael Krigsman: 5 tips to reduce outsourcing risk

Ed Burnette: PDT 2.0: New tools for PHP developers

Matthew Miller: First impressions of the T-Mobile BlackBerry Curve 8900 with high res, GPS, and updated keyboard

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