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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.

Ryan Naraine: Snow Leopard ships with vulnerable Flash Player

Sam Diaz: Report: EC considering delay of Sun-Oracle over MySQL concerns

Andrew Nusca: Is it fair to criticize Google for the Gmail outage?

Sam Diaz: WSJ: YouTube and movie studios in talks over streaming rentals

WSJ: YouTube in Talks to Stream Rental Movies

Heather Clancy: Smart grid report from Lexington Institute explores benefits, pitfalls

Andy Smith: Xeon 5500 (Nehalem) servers: a group test

Dan Kusnetzky: Doing the VMware Dance Day 3

App virtualization meets the mobile device At VMworld in San Francisco, VMware CTO Stephen Herrod shows a Visa mobile application on a Microsoft Windows CE device that is also running virtually on Google's Android OS. The functionality allows users to run "any app on any device," the VMware executive says.

Larry Dignan: Amazon knocks Google Book Settlement; Opposition (and some support) lines up

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Google Chrome ... one year on!

NYT: The Race to Be an Early Adopter of Technologies Goes Mainstream, a Survey Finds

Smart Planet: With electronic contact lenses, bionic eyesight could become reality

Tom Foremski: How a software engineer tried to save his sister and invented a breakthrough medical device

Jason Hiner: BackBlaze reveals how to build petabyte storage arrays for a 10th of the cost

BoomTown: Google and Others Fish for Acquisitions: Here's What They Might Be Looking For

Mitch Ratcliffe: AT&T's "problem" customers get the blame

Engadget: Sony announces VAIO X ultraportable

Joe McKendrick: Enterprise architecture is for entrepreneurs, too

Dion Hinchcliffe: Enterprise 2.0: Finding success on the frontiers of social business

Nokia 7610 Supernova photos

Matthew Miller: HTC and Sony Ericsson announce WM 6.5 devices coming next month

Dennis Howlett: Enterprise 2.0: answering some of the tough questions

Christopher Dawson: The best netbook ever?

Dana Gardner: Proper cloud adoption requires a governance support spectrum of technology, services, best practices

Heather Clancy: Omaha college teams with IBM for data center degree program

Mary Jo Foley: More Microsoft PDC 2009 sessions revealed

Jennifer Leggio: Foursquare: New apps, new businesses, nixed rumors... why aren't you playing yet?

Richard Koman: Telecoms want cheap spectrum, low standards

Intel demos Nehalem EX

ZDNet UK: Microsoft calls for global patents

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Who is the 90-day Windows 7 Enterprise trial aimed at exactly?

Meet the printer that can print your car parts (images)

Ed Burnette: Java Fast Sockets: Enabling high-speed Java communications on high performance clusters

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft steps up its business push for Windows 7, related products

Matthew Miller: Do people want or need social location (SoLo) services?

Dana Blankenhorn: Little Brother actively tracking the flu

Sam Diaz: NFL forbids play-by-play tweets during games. Good luck with that

Andrew Nusca: Sony announces 11.1" VAIO X ultraportable: Intel Atom, 1.5 lbs.

Jason D. O'Grady: Snow Leopards new Keyboard Viewer hints at tablet OS

Zack Whittaker: Should the anonymity shroud be lifted online?

Edible Apple: Apple responds to Psystar lawsuit, calls it a delaying tactic

Jennifer Bergen: AT&T actually offers iPhone customers the service they pay for?

Jason D. O'Grady: Pandora One desktop app revved to 2.0

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Snow Leopard launch seems to have been a smooth one

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft HealthVault service sheds its beta tag

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: HP Pavilion desktop, Seagate 1 TB HDD, Sennheiser headphones

Dana Blankenhorn: Will new Skype owners deal differently with open source?

CNet News: Microsoft pushes for single global patent system

Larry Dignan: IBM, Dell gain server share amid server sales carnage; HP share flat

Zack Whittaker: Bad ethics in the wild: Twitter spamming and site stealing

Matthew Miller: Nokia World 09: pricey netbook, downgraded N97, & confusing beta services

Andrew Nusca: Walmart recalls 4.2 million Durabrand DVD players

Janice Chen: Is the new Canon EOS 7D a Nikon D300s killer?

Andrew Nusca: USB 'SuperSpeed' 3.0 logos to appear on certified devices

Andrew Nusca: Toshiba debuts 640GB, 5400RPM portable hard drive

CNET: Yahoo Messenger 10 beta: A Skype rival?

Rachel King: Hands-On Review: The Promote Control

Dennis Howlett: Mid-range European ERP portending the future?

Andrew Nusca: Nokia's Booklet 3G price, stats revealed

Dana Blankenhorn: Red Hat seeks respect for JBoss and ecosystem

Andrew Nusca: Verizon debuts UMW190 global 3G modem for overseas data

ZDNet Asia: GPS device maps typically two years old

Andrew Nusca: NEC introduces standard-aspect ratio MultiSync EA190M LCD display

ZDNet UK: IBM launches cloud virtual desktop service

Jason D. O'Grady: Syncing with Dropbox

Tom Foremski: Burning Man and geek culture

Matthew Miller: Has Apple quelled smartphone buyer expectations for finished products?