News to know: SF power outage; P2P and national security; Amazon shines

Notable headlines:Techmeme: Power outage in San Francisco and why a bunch of sites (including ZDNet for a time) were down. Dan Farber: Pardon our interruption in programming.

Notable headlines:

Techmeme: Power outage in San Francisco and why a bunch of sites (including ZDNet for a time) were down. Dan Farber: Pardon our interruption in programming.

Congress: P2P networks harm national security. George Ou: Congress and the Feds should clean up their own act. Christopher Dawson: More anti-file-sharing rhetoric in Washington.

Review: Hitachi External Hard Drive (1TB left).

Ryan Naraine: Critical ActiveX flaw haunts LinkedIn toolbar. Free utility looks for missing security patches.

Amazon profit more than triples. BloggingStocks: Amazon shares rise after earnings. Amazon sta

tement.

David Berlind: Vista's security may be too tight for some Web sites and finding help isn't easy.

Robin Harris: Sorry about your broken RAID 5. Larry Dignan: Before you read too much into AT&T’s iPhone activationsTechmeme. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: iPhone activations disappoint.

John Spooner: AMD thinks Green. George Ou: AMD 690G versus Intel G965 PC shootout. Gallery (right). Mary Jo Foley: Near-feature-complete Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 almost ready.

Offshore outsourcing rates headed higher.

Paul Murphy: Why desktop Linux fails in big organizations.

Opening credits roll for Facebook's colorful court hearing.

How CIOs can meet executive expectations.

U.S.-China probe nets $500 million fake software. Dana Gardner: Red Hat takes SOA modeling tool concept to open source development.

Dana Blankenhorn: Is Zonbu the next revolution? Gallery.

Phil Wainewright: SuccessFactors joins the rush for the (IPO) exit.

Harry Fuller: CO2, cars of the future, green tech

MySpace deletes 29,000 sex offenders. AOL buys ad firm Tacoda.

Macworld: The truth about Fake Steve Jobs.

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