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Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

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.

Ryan Naraine: Windows 7, Vista exposed to 'teardrop attack'

Sam Diaz: Verizon enters mobile management services; enough to take it beyond early adopters?

Larry Dignan: RightNow acquires social networking company HiveLive

Sam Diaz: Salesforce rolling out a beefier Service Cloud

TechCrunch: Source: Palm To Unveil Pixie Phone This Week

Larry Dignan: HP plays the print app game; Will you buy into 'Printing 2.0'?

Dennis Howlett: HiveLive: the beginning of community app consolidation?

Forrester: A day in the life of an Information Worker

Brian Sommer: More on HP and BPO

Microsoft training materials teach Best Buy employees how Windows beats Linux

Sony KDL-W5100 series -- photos

Sam Diaz: Apple preview: A non-event for Wall Street? Are camera iPods ready?

Smartphone apps are the technology world's new gold rush

Sam Diaz: Mobile management software improving - but watch for platform support

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to preview two Silverlight 4 features

Christopher Dawson: The new Asus e-reader looks a lot like the OLPC XO 2.0

Jason Perlow: Why Can't We Clean RIM's Sticky Balls?

RIchard Koman: Open Books Alliance: Google Books is nothing less than price-fixing and collusion

Matthew Miller: Official Facebook app for Android arrives, Babbler is better though

Ad Age: What Exodus?  Facebook Trumps Top 20 Sites in Time Spent

Dana Blankenhorn: Euros try multi-product open source support

Chris Jablonski: An electrical circuit that runs entirely off power in trees

Jennifer Leggio: Drew Olanoff's 24-hour 'blame-a-thon' raises funds for LiveStrong

Jason D. O'Grady: Let it (not) be

Dana Blankenhorn: OIN disposal squad takes out 22 patent land mines

Heather Clancy: Most businesses still paying lip service to power management

Joe McKendrick: Cloud may complicate SOA load balancing act

Andrew Nusca: New Dell Studio XPS 8000, 9000 desktops sport Intel 'Lynnfield' Core i5, i7 processors

Dignan: eBay names Sun veteran head of data center strategy

Sean Portnoy: Netgear introduces latest Digital Entertainer Live networked media player

Joe McKendrick: Advice: avoid SOA-BPM entanglements

Jennifer Bergen: Catch some Zs with the Zeo personal sleep coach

Photos: Fun with plastic--peripherals that changed gaming

Review: Cisco's 891 ISR does more with less

Richard Koman: EFF, ACLU says Google Books will chill reading, speech

Dana Blankenhorn: TomTom launches OpenLR open navigation project

Harry Fuller: Fossil fuel battle: who'll reign over America's energy future

Orange, T-Mobile merge to create UK's largest carrier

AOL hires Garlinghouse at 'pivotal moment'

Bloomberg: BusinessWeek Magazine Generates Interest From 93 Parties, CEO McGraw Says

Nieman Journalism Lab: How Tribune Co. plans to rid itself of SEO-killing duplicate content

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