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Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily.

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: Bartz to Yahoo shareholders: Change is coming; We're not Google

Ed Bott: Microsoft to Europe: No Windows 7 upgrades for you!

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft's Windows 7 pricing: Too high, too low, or just right?

Sam Diaz: Palm shares up after reported loss; upbeat about future with Pre, WebOS

Tom Foremski: AMD: Creating the building blocks for cloud computing

Jennifer Bergen: Hands On: RIM BlackBerry Tour

John Morris: Netbook or notebook? Confusion reigns at 12 inches

Oliver Marks: Enterprise 2.0 conference impressions

Christopher Dawson: Don't be like China

Joe McKendrick: Survey: Wall Street looks to cloud technology for its next bailout

Harry Fuller: Waxman-Markey bill set for vote in U.S. House

Harry Fuller: Big Media going solar? If you scroll past gubernatorial confession and dead rock star...

Sam Diaz: Google Voice invitations, with vanity phone numbers, coming soon

Richard Koman: Who is attacking Solid Oak, whose code was stolen for Green Dam?

Zack Whittaker: Michael Jackson dies: Twitter's good luck

Jennifer Bergen: Gadget Gal's daily deals: Sharp AQUOS HDTV, Sony Walkman, Dell monitor

Jason Hiner: JavaScript speed test: iPhone 3G S whips Palm Pre and Google 1

Jennifer Bergen: HP SimpleSave external hard drive backs your files up with ease

Doug Washburn: What do Green IT, the economic crisis, and best selling author, Thomas Friedman, have in common? Poor accounting

Paula Rooney: Firefox 3.5 final prepped to ship early next week

Sam Diaz: Google announces AdSense for Mobile Apps

Dell: Selling a new backbone for SMBs

Ed Burnette: Program for Android in C/C++ with the Native Development Kit (if you dare)

Richard Koman: On the radio tonight

James Farrar: Death of the Principle of Voluntarism?

Andrew Nusca: Corsair launches 64GB, 128GB 'performance' SSDs; 220MB/sec read, write

Zack Whittaker: Cybercrime doesn't pay: well it does, and very well

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: AV-Test calls Microsoft Security Essentials "very good"

Jennifer Bergen: VIZIO introduces Internet app-enabled XVT HDTV series

Brian Sommer: Prior Art for the iPhone?

Jennifer Leggio: Pitney Bowes branded community reduces customer support costs

Dancho Danchev: Secunia: Average insecure program per PC rate remains high

Andrew Nusca: ZDNet Readers' Choice: Top 25 free, lightweight apps

Rachel King: RCA starts shipping EZ209HD

Jason D. O'Grady: iPhone Tip: The home button triple-click

Heather Clancy: Dell follows HP in certifying servers against new Energy Star server spec

Rachel King: Adobe publishes Lightroom 2.4, Camera Raw 5.4 updates

Jason D.O'Grady: How-to: Install boxee and XBMC on the Apple TV

Harry Fuller: Coal: more on the fall-out

Dana Blankenhorn: At what stage of life is the open source industry?

Richard Koman: Britain hires hackers for intel squad

Dennis Howlett: CODA and Corefino ink cloud accounting partnership

Richard Koman: China throttles Google, U.S. ratchets up trade war over Green Dam

Adrian Kingsly-Hughes:Apple makes big bucks profit per iPhone 3G S

Dana Blankenhorn: PARP inhibitors working against inherited cancers

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Firefox 3.5 Release Candidate 3 available

Tom Steinert-Threlkeld: Catch Yourself If You Can: A Con Artist Guide To Forging Check

Zack Whittaker: If my Mac did this...

Dan Kusnetzky: MokaFive launches version 2 of its MokaFive Suite

Andrew Nusca: With, real-time collaboration in the cloud

Dennis Howlett: Get ready for Oracle's 100 days of press releases aka innovation