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News to know: University iPhones; Salesforce; Windows 7; Kindle app; DOJ

Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily.
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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: Forget the Kindle; University "requires" iPhone

Sam Diaz: Salesforce upgrades with case-sharing, new charts and more

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft finally acknowledges Windows 7 will ship in 2009

Matthew Miller: Amazon launches iPhone-optimized Kindle storefront

Richard Koman: DOJ signals newly vigorous antitrust enforcement

Larry Dignan: Data center survey: Cisco's server push sparks interest; VMware, EMC, NetApp shine

Andrew Nusca: Report: Google Android to grow 900% in 2009

Christopher Dawson: Wolfram Alpha has a blog!

Sean Portnoy: As Blu-ray sales surge, Best Buy holds on as format's top seller

Chris Jablonski: Researchers develop printable rubber-like OLED displays

Andrew Nusca: Palm Touchstone charger kit $69.99; Pre coming June 7?

Image Gallery: Evernote for RIM BlackBerry devices

Dana Blankenhorn: Should drug companies know what the doctor prescribed

Harry Fuller: Canada claims battery coup

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft shows off file classification in Windows Server 2008 R2

Richard Koman: Military beefs up cyberwar capabilities with games, Linux

Zack Whittaker: Exam contingencies for swine flu epidemic

James Staten: Citrix C3 – Where are the partners?

John Morris: Netbooks with 10-inch displays dropping below $300

Larry Dignan: Microsoft to issue bonds: Will it go shopping?

Mary Jo Foley: Broader Microsoft Office 2010 test program to kick off in July

Sam Diaz: Another Nuvifone delay: Is Garmin killing chances at smartphone success?

Jennifer Leggio: Social PR Survey II: Continued disconnect between clients, agencies

Larry Dignan: Rimini Street goes after SAP support

Matthew Miller: Mobile software Monday: Evernote comes to the BlackBerry platform

Dana Blankenhorn: Education lessons for open source

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Apple iPhone 3G, Inspiron Mini 9 netbook, Sharp Blu-ray player

Andrew Nusca: Citrix Receiver: instant access to Windows applications on iPhone

ZDNet UK: EC wants software makers held liable for code

Dana Blankenhorn: Industry commits to comparative effectiveness

Larry Dignan: CubeTree launches enterprise social networking suite; Can it stand out?

Dave Greenfield: Shame on you, Facebook!

Paul Greenberg: CRM Playaz Episode #8: Kindle DX, XXX Rated, C-Level Smackdown RightNow's Greg G.; and Twibes?

Andrew Nusca: 20% of U.S. households shun landlines, go mobile-only

Dan Kusnetzky: Discussion with Bryan Doerr of Savvis

Heather Clancy: Xerox does big companies a solid, solid-ink MFP that is

Jason Hiner: The four stages of the average Twitter user

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