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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: eBay starts undoing bad acquisitions: Sets StumbleUpon free

Andrew Nusca: Top Facebook applications see 25% drop in traffic since redesign

Larry Dignan: Satyam sold: Tech Mahindra highest bidder

Jason D. O'Grady: WSJ: Jobs heading up Apple netbook project

Jason D. O'Grady: Apple is recession proof

Andrew Nusca: Apple tax? iPod shuffle costs just 28% of retail price

Jason Perlow: The desktop fight you've all been waiting for

Harry Fuller: Even in the heartland some think of a coal moratorium

Larry Dignan: Satyam sold: Tech Mahindra highest bidder

Chris Jablonski: Noise from our ears a basis for biometrics

Mary Jo Foley: What is Microsoft doing to add Java support to Azure?

Matthew Miller: Will people really pay $800 for a SIM-unlocked iPhone 3G?

Mitch Ratcliffe: Guttenberg's wake

Larry Dignan: Systemax: Where bankrupt electronics retailers are resuscitated

Andrew Nusca: MSI introduces 'high end' U123 Wind netbook for mobile business

John Morris: MSI details Wind U123 netbook, announces gaming laptop

Mary jo Foley: Microsoft Azurelight: Product support in the cloud

Dana Gardner: Open Source and Cloud: A Curse or Blessing During Recession? BriefingsDirect Analysts Weigh In.

Harry Fuller: Early Spring

RIchard Koman: Will ISS Node 3 be named for Colbert?!

Harry Fuller: Now we need the science of sea ice

Jennifer Bergen: iTunes price hike: What goes up, must come down

Jason D. O'Grady: Thieves stalking/robbing Apple customers in Boca Raton

Christopher Dawson: Do they still need us more than we need them?

Matthew Miller:Baseball, garlic fries, and Nintendo DSi star at Safeco Field

Dennis Howlett: Enterprise 2.0 promise is years off...if it materializes

Heather Clancy: Ratings on the fly: Raritan, EDSA Micro team to provide ongoing energy efficiency ratings

Jason D. O'Grady: Report: Apple orders 4 million new iPhones

Richard Koman: Google sidesteps Korean identity law

Paul Greenberg: CRM Playaz Episode #5: Social Media for Closers? Nooo; Wiki Prices Up, Customer Experience Down; Celeb Twidiocy

Michael Krigsman: Interview: SAP's global head of project operations [podcast]

Andrew Nusca: Parsing the nuances of OS decisions

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Philips iPod dock, Jawbone bluetooth headset, Canon PowerShot SD890

Andrew Nusca: Shutting down your PC: Frugal fact, or financial fiction?

Dana Blankenhorn: Open source gets hearing but no action at HIMSS

Dana Blankenborn: Google Health faces its first test

Brian Sommer: Help with Raising Capital

Larry Dignan: Seagate: Revenue better than expected; Raises cash to pay debt

Dave Greenfield: New Skype Vulnerability Discovered

Tom Foremski: Google tests if there is a business model for free expression

CNET: Teen takes responsibility for Twitter worms

Dan Kusnetzky: HP Officejet 6310v or Photosmart C5140 plus Windows XP-an exercise in installation futility

Larry Dignan: Dean Kamen cooks up bionic arm; Vets may benefit

Jason Hiner: TechRepublic: Cracking open the Dell Adamo

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