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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: Sun following the IBM deal collapse: Customer confusion en route

Sam Diaz: Salesforce launches free Mobile Lite for customers

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft will allow Windows 7 users to downgrade to XP

Larry Dignan: AP eyes news aggregators; Risks exposing its lack of value add


Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Microsoft scores another hit against Apple

Jason Perlow: A Visit to the BlackBerry Hospital

Andrew Nusca: Low-power 802.11n coming to next-gen Apple iPhone, iPod touch

Larry Dignan: Anatomy of a storage overhaul: Facebook's photo system

Garett Rogers: Local results, even when you're not logged in

Christopher Dawson: A Twitter primer for administrators

Jason D. O'Grady: iTunes 8.1.1 gets HD movie rentals

Larry Dignan: eBay power sellers: Amazon is kicking eBay's tail

Andrew Nusca: Do you hate your iPhone?

Joe Brockmeier: Perfectionists need not apply

Chris Jablonski: Interview with Andrea Vaccari, research associate at MIT's SENSEable City Laboratory

Larry Dignan: VMware plays Let's Make A Deal; Rolls out server savings guarantee

James Farrar: HP Report: Good Performance on Sustainability (but dinged by Greenpeace)

Joe McKendrick: Which comes first — SOA success or SOA governance?

Sam Diaz: Splunk offers IT efficiency; reports record-setting quarter

Harry Fuller: Green landmark in New York

Zack Whittaker: Student backup solutions: which is most effective?

Heather Clancy: Community solar adoption project expands into Los Angeles

Christopher Dawson: Just say no to the DSi in Ed Tech

Richard Koman: Is Warner juicing DMCA with automated infringement detectors?

Jason D. O'Grady: iPhone 3.0 hardware rumors

CNET: Silverlight strikes out with MLB

Andrew Nusca: Profit falls 30% at smartphone maker HTC

Richard Koman: Clinton has new tech advisor but State-driven projects will remain ineffective

Jennifer Bergen: America's obsessed with texting: Over 1 trillion texts sent in 2008

Dana Blankenhorn: Linux laptops look to phone stores and Web for distribution

Larry Dignan: Tech layoffs accelerate in first quarter

Dana Blankenhorn: The code word at HIMSS 2009 is interoperability

Zack Whittaker: When technology and anger meet in the middle

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Samsung LCD monitor, SmartDisk portable hard drive, Logitech cordless keyboard and mouse

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft links HealthVault service with Amalga software

Matthew Miller: CTIA 09: Is the Palm Pre keyboard the Achilles heel of the device?

Christopher Dawson: Awesome list of free math books

Heather Clancy: World Wildlife Fund releases new reports on how virtual meetings can cut carbon dioxide AND increase productivity

Larry Dignan: Closing the loop: Howard Stern picks BlackBerry Bold over Pre

Andrew Nusca: T-Mobile to release Google Android tablet; have smartphone and computer converged?

Dan Kusnetzky: MG Technology Group - A user of Doyenz Automated Virtual IT

Larry Dignan: Q&A: Kronos CEO Aron Ain on ERP, Saas and the joys of being privately held

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