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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: Yahoo names Tim Morse as new CFO

Larry Dignan: Can Oracle give Java a boost (and monetize it better)?

Jason Hiner: iPhone 3G S specs revealed: 600 MHz and 256 MB of RAM

Tom Foremski: The irony of a cloud knocking out Amazon's EC2 cloud services

Richard Koman: Google says it loves competition

Oliver Marks: Workforce Alignment & Optimization - Bridging the Strategy/Execution Gap

Richard Koman: Microsoft, Mississippi settle over software pricing

Rochard Koman: Green Dam definitively blocks political sites - and creates security breach


Christopher Dawson: Differentiating Classmates

Ryan Naraine: Google plugs 'high risk' WebKit holes in Chrome

Andrew Nusca: U.S. CTO: Infrastructure growth needs private sector investment

Sean Portnoy: Wal-mart's Father's Day deals: $128 Blu-ray player, $398 37-inch LCD HDTV

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Brick and Click Stores: How Circuit City Could Re-Open Its Doors

Matthew Miller: Evernote for Palm Pre now available

Sam Diaz: Are Tweets and Facebook updates telling burglars when to strike?

Brian Sommer: No Surprise - Firms selling off Indian centers

David Morgenstern: How mad are iPhone customers at AT&T? The ways are counted!

Christopher Dawson: Free AV from Microsoft: It's about time

Sam Diaz: AOL sees future in local; announces two acquisitions

Joe McKendrick: Why does 'complex event processing' have to be so complex?

Heather Clancy: The ultimate green data center reference design?

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Windows 7 E - Will it harm IE's user share? I don't think so!

Dennis Howlett: Gartner's conservative mid-tier ERP Magic Quadrant

janice Chen: Casio announces Exilim Hi-Zoom EX-H10: thinnest, lightest wide-angle megazoom

Dennis Howlett: John Peavoy: the best salesperson Salesforce never had

Dana Blankenhorn: IBM expects Linux to make money

Dana Gardner: Analysts define growing requirements for how governance needs to support corporate adoption of cloud computing

Mary Jo Foley: Poll: Is Microsoft's Windows 7 E a stroke of genius?

Harry Fuller: Quantum dots getting bigger

Jennifer Leggio: AMD uses Radian6 as a preferred 'listening' engine

Jennifer Bergen: Archos3 8GB MP3 player

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft proposes launching an IE-free Windows 7 'E' in Europe

Denise Howell: Napster and the "The more things change" rule

ZDNet UK: Red Hat releases Fedora 11

Heather Clancy: Cisco scores Duke Energy for smart grid work

Dana Blankenhorn: Black Duck pushing open source health IT solutions

Andrew Nusca: Samsung debuts retro-styled WB1000 digital camera with AMOLED

Andrew Nusca: Apple 13-in. MacBook Pro 13" disassembled: what's inside?

Dana Blankenhorn: Fight Windows tax with a penguin stick

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Should "Standard User" be the default in Windows 7?

Larry Dignan: Palm hopes high with Rubinstein at the helm

Harry Fuller: The Energy Scene Right Now

Matthew Miller: Local Outlook and more syncing come to the Palm Pre

Guest Post: Steve Wylie on The Enterprise 2.0 Conference

Rachel King: Six awesome photo-related apps for the iPhone

Dave Greenfield: Toodledo service out because of storm

VIDEO: IT Dojo: Find and delete hidden Windows Vista and XP device drivers

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