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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: Ballmer: So far, Windows 7 sales are "fantastic"

Dana Blankenhorn: What the Google Privacy Dashboard can mean for health

Garett Rogers: See what Google knows about you, kind of

Doug Hanchard: FCC Chairman testifies on driving while texting

Sam Diaz: Congratulations to Steve Jobs, Fortune's CEO of the Decade

Jason Hiner: Will business users get onboard with the Verizon Droid? [podcast]

Jason Perlow: Frugal Friday: Verizon DROID, Intel Antitrust, V-Block, Oracle/EU, ICCA

Andrew Nusca: The hammer falls on Quicken Online; Mint.com emerges solo

Robin Harris: A 4 SSD array: Apricorn pt 2

Oliver Marks: The Enterprise 2.0 Value Propositions Agenda

Sean Portnoy: Viewsonic introduces $100 VMP70 HD media player without network connectivity

Harry Fuller: Kerry-Boxer bill gets out of the (first) box

Dancho Danchev: Windows 7's default UAC bypassed by 8 out of 10 malware samples

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Ryan Naraine: Patch Tuesday heads-up: Critical MS Office patches coming

Janice Chen: Olympus announces new E-P2 compact interchangeable lens camera

Mary Jo Foley: Billing system testing behind Microsoft's SQL Azure outage this week

Jason D. O'Grady: Droid Preview: iPhone's first real competition has arrived

Dancho Danchev: Which antivirus is best at removing malware?

Ed Burnette: New Epic 3D game engine toolset: Fabulous, fun, and free!

Harry Fuller: X-Prize competition for ultra-efficient car speeds ahead

Dennis Howlett: Twitter and web forgery

Doug Hanchard: Copyright associations want enforcement for free

Sam Diaz: House bill calls for ISPs to block some fake financial sites

Dana Gardner: Role of governance plumbed in Nov. 10 webinar on managing hybrid and cloud computing types

Christopher Dawson: An unusual day, part 1

Dennis Howlett: Gartner wins in ZL lawsuit: but is it a pyrrhic victory?

ZDNet UK: Zero-day flaw found in web encryption

Rachel King: Brinell's Purestorage external hard drives are elegant, but pricey

Tom Foremski: GOOG Chief: Silicon Valley's secret is its weather

Christopher Dawson: Edufire raises the bar with new video offerings

Heather Clancy: HP: How about your own personal smart grid for your data center?

Sam Diaz: Survey: IT workers eyeing security certifications

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to add SharePoint access to Live@edu

Matthew Miller: Verizon's HTC DROID ERIS may be the best $100 smartphone

Mary Jo Foley: Browser rivals to register official complaints about Microsoft's ballot screen proposal

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Antitrust charges filed against Intel

Dana Blankenhorn: PriceDoc bringing price transparency to you

Harry Fuller: Happy hardware: tech lobbyist brings home the bacon

Doug Hanchard: Flu pandemic disproportionately infects, kills young people; are some getting preferred treatment?

Dana Blankenhorn: What would make you trust Microsoft?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: NVIDIA Inside?

ZDNet Asia: Open source needs successful champions

Matthew Miller: Review: OtterBox Commuter and Commuter TL Series for iPhone 3G/3GS

Dennis Howlett: Enterprise 2.0 - the non-debate

Phil Wainewright: Microsoft cuts BPOS price to squeeze Lotus

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