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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: Ruiz resigns as GlobalFoundries chairman; no mention of insider trading scandal

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft chops prices of its hosted enterprise cloud offerings

Jason Perlow: Psystar: From Hell's Heart, I Stab at Thee!

Sam Diaz: Analyst: Big on Motorola, Android; no love for RIM, Palm

Christopher Dawson: Is Microsoft a dinosaur to Google's mammal?

Mitch Ratcliffe: Headline 2010: e-Reader device failure

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft Live Labs shutters ThumbTack bookmarking project

CNET: Scams surfacing on Twitter, Facebook

Christopher Dawson: Google defines its focus in Apps in 2010

Sam Diaz: iTunes TV subscriptions: Sure, it could happen - and probably will

David Morgenstern: UPS introduces iPhone app

CNET: New Trojan encrypts files but leaves no ransom note

Harry Fuller: Kerry-Boxer bill battle set for Tuesday

Mark Beckley: The perfect computer?

Ed Bott: Clean install with Windows 7 upgrade media? Get the facts!

Dana Gardner: Technical, economic incentives mount around seeking alternatives to mainframe applications

CNET: Inside one of the world's largest data centers

Jennifer Leggio: Social book reading in the digital age

Robin Harris: Gallery: A visit to Microsoft's first store

Techcrunch: Amazon Closes Zappos Deal, Ends Up Paying $1.2 Billion

Heather Clancy: Water, water everywhere. So why not use it to create steam?

Dana Blankenhorn: Obamicans rebranding NHIN-Connect as the Health Internet

Phil Wainewright: Figuring the value of software

Sam Diaz: SIA: Chip sales "above expectations"; more growth expected

Andrew Nusca: Maingear unleashes Shift desktop, child-sized 'personal supercomputer' for $2,199 (or $13,394)

Dana Blankenhorn: Mozilla goes back to the beta with Firefox 3.6

Andrew Mager: 5 quick Microsoft Entourage keyboard shortcuts

CNET:Google opens up Wave federation

Harry Fuller: Science boycotts over environmental issues?

Rachel King: What to look for in a Mini-HD camcorder

Forrester: Client virtualization will help you create your next generation desktop

Doug Hanchard: Net Neutrality: You own the Internet - make sure it becomes Law

Michael Krigsman: Seeking IT failure experts on Twitter

Harry Fuller: Will there be a new energy and air pollution law?

Dana Blankenhorn: Blackboard embraces and extends into open source movement

Rachel King: Did you dress up as your favorite gadget for Halloween?

ZDNet UK: VirtualBox update fixes Windows 7 bugs

Dana Blankenhorn: Wordpress picks up college newspapers with CoPress

CNET: Nintendo president: 'The Wii has stalled'

Dan Kusnetzky: Oracle's Virtualization Story

Sam Diaz: Make room for another e-reader as Creative shows off prototype

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