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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.

Ed Bott: Windows 7 to launch October 22; RTM next month

Larry Dignan: Reports: iPhone to launch in China in July

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: CircuitCity.com Is Back Online. And, Yes, You Can Return HP, IBM and Toshiba Products. Now.

Larry Dignan: Ellison and McNealy: Java here to stay

Richard Koman: Google drops the other shoe, plans to sell online books

Michael Krigsman: IBM: IT failure and social media disaster

Richard Koman: Are tech companies agreeing not to steal top execs?

Dana Blankenhorn: Sorry Linux but the chicken came first

Dennis Howlett: TIBCO Silver: RAD and governance for enterprise clouds

Dennis Howlett: Sustainable change or SOX 2.0?

Heather Clancy: Sentilla adds support for additional tracking, monitoring devices

Sam Diaz: Apple's early days: Documents on display

Sam Diaz: Google Chrome for Mac: Still not ready

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: New dual, triple and quad core CPUs from AMD

John Morris: Intel finally announces ULV, drops the "C"

Jason Perlow: Apple Faithful: Arrogance Is Not a Virtue, and Why I Will Never Buy a Mac

Chris Jablonski: Agriculture ripe for change with robot farmhands

Sam Diaz: Businesses gain access to Google data through Local Business Center

Larry Dignan: Intuit picks up PayCycle for $170 million

Paula Rooney: Red Hat's Fedora 11 to offer interop with Microsoft Exchange

Dancho Danchev: Email service provider: 'Hack into our CEO's email, win $10k'

Sam Diaz: Twitter needs young users and regular tweeters to grow past niche

Mitch Ratcliffe: Google begins its rumble with Amazon

Paula Rooney: Firefox 3.5 RC1 delayed a bit again

Harry Fuller: Oil-staters win hybrid competition!

Heather Clancy: Dell one-ups rivals with latest renewable energy claim

Harry Fuller: Bright idea needs money

Heather Clancy: HP releases new eco-reporting tools, goals for imaging products

Tomorrow's smart grid

Mary Jo Foley: Why Windows 7's netbook success isn't a slam-dunk

Dana Gardner: Mainframes provide fast-track access to private cloud benefits for enterprises, process ecosystems

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft makes Bing search available for mobile devices

Andrew Nusca: Toshiba debuts its first netbook, the mini NB205

Andrew Nusca: Acer to sell Android netbooks in Q3 2009; will they be cheaper?

Denise Howell: Microsoft's Bing playing fast and loose with fair use?

Larry Dignan: Can ERP vendors save the world?

Joe McKendrick: Five reasons why people mistrust SOA

Zack Whittaker: Recession, depression, and a graduate job market drought

Andrew Nusca: SanDisk next-gen SSDs are faster, target netbooks and Linux

Matthew Miller: T-Mobile G1 has a much better QWERTY keyboard than the Palm Pre

Andrew Nusca: Acer Aspire Timeline: A thin-and-light notebook with 8 hour battery, gestures for $598

Larry Dignan: CA picks up Cassatt assets; Bolsters cloud portfolio

Dana Gardner: LongJump eyes fully portable, best-of-breed PaaS holy grail for ISVs going to the 'open' cloud

Larry Dignan: Dell retires Mini 9 netbook

Larry Dignan: Can we detect earthquakes before they strike?

Rachel King: iPhone 3.0: Camera features rumor round-up

Jason D. O'Grady: Woz revises his "most astounding" Bing review

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Flip Ultra camcorder, Slacker portable Internet radio, Sharp AQUOS HDTV

Heather Clancy: Verari blades now handle six-core AMD Opteron processor

Larry Dignan: E-reader devices: The fun is just starting

Jason Hiner: Palm Pre: Five reasons to expect a homerun

Larry Dignan: Should we share our Wi-Fi in the name of cloud?

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