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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.:

Robin Harris: A visit to Microsoft's first store

Zack Whittaker: Web addresses to extend to non-English languages

Matthew Miller: Did you know the BlackBerry Storm2 is also now available?

Sam Diaz: Report: VoIP sales top $20 billion in first half; more growth to come

Matthew Miller: Hey HTC, where is your new QWERTY Google Android device?

Heather Clancy: Formal or ad hoc? Fewer than half of data center pros have real green plan

Michael Krigsman: Amplifying 'weak signals' for IT success

Oliver Marks: Corner of Bar vs Corner of Library: The Twitter Conundrum

Sam Diaz: Apple TV update looks good but doesn't offer much more

Harry Fuller: The current system is stacked against greentech in big buildings

Garett Rogers: Google "attacking" developer community?

Tom Foremski: GOOG is not making phones or buying newspapers

Paul Murphy: Scaring yourself and others

Joe McKendrick: How to put the 'lean' in Lean IT

Dana Gardner: Internet performance management makes data center consolidation possible

Doug Handchard: ZDNet Government version of Throw out the Trash Day

Ars Technica: Did Congress really give the FCC power to protect the 'Net?

CNET: Intel seeks new 'microserver' standard

Gallery: A close look at Intel's microserver

Heather Clancy: Digital River e-commerce suite aids with levying environmental fees

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft refreshes Bing for touch phone users

Heather Clancy: If you STILL haven't invested in power management, here's another option

Harry Fuller: What's the hurry? You can still see Miami from the plane.

GigaOm: Skype, Founders Settlement in the Works

Sean Portnoy: Men watch more high-def than women--and other things about HDTV you probably already know

CNET: Facebook beats the 'spam king'

Larry Dignan: McAfee vs. Symantec: Dueling in consumer and enterprise

Mary Jo Foley: Pre-Halloween scare-off: Bing middle school jingle vs. VS 2010 bug killer

Sam Diaz: Business Week: 1.4 million Google Voice users, global push in the works

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Friday Challenge: What can your OS do that mine can't?

Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to drop Office Accounting product, services

Dennis Howlett: Is BI ready to meet the real world?

Dana Blankenhorn: Health IT discussion overtaken by policy

Harry Fuller: Geothermal gets its day in the sun

Dana Blankenhorn: Making a foundation a real solution to the mySQL mess

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Wii sales take a 43% tumble ... why?

Zack Whittaker: MI5, an ISP lawsuit and an e-petition: More opposition to piracy cut-off plans

Rachel King: Trick or Treat: Five spooky gadgets and accessories for Halloween

Dana Blankenhorn: What should open source do in a car?

Dennis Howlett: SOMESSO: social computing meets financial services

Adrian KIngsley-Hughes: Windows 7 vs. Ubuntu 9.10 - Strengths and weaknesses

Dan Kusnetzky: Eco-IT

Larry Dignan: Smart Planet: HopeLabs' playful approach to overcoming childhood obesity

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