News to know: BEA bid, Green Friday, Windows Live events

News to know: BEA bid, Green Friday, Windows Live events

Summary: Notable headlines:Dana Gardner: Oracle makes its move to acquire BEAGeorge Ou: Green IT will get zero traction until IT pays the electric billHarry Fuller: Greening your datacenter, what’s it worth?New climate change report in November will heat up CO2 debateHeather Clancy: Are you willing to pay more for a green tech supplier?

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Notable headlines:

Dana Gardner: Oracle makes its move to acquire BEA

George Ou: Green IT will get zero traction until IT pays the electric bill

Harry Fuller: Greening your datacenter, what’s it worth? New climate change report in November will heat up CO2 debate

Heather Clancy: Are you willing to pay more for a green tech supplier?

Larry Dignan: Green IT: Fatigue setting in already?

Gore and UN share Nobel Peace Prize Mary Jo Foley: Windows Live Spaces users get new Facebook-like features (at right)

Dan Farber: Technology innovation and policy: The power of “we”

Larry Dignan: Google vs. Microsoft: Call it a draw over time

Mitch Ratcliffe: Making sense of VRM (Vendor Relationship Management)

Mary Jo Foley: Meandering through the Microsoft NDA maze

Dana Gardner: Sun needs an answer to iPhone ASAP, lest Java wither on the vine

Ryan Naraine: Symantec intercepts Microsoft Word exploit

TechCrunch: The Man In The Arena: Yossi Vardi (at right)

David Berlind: First patent suit against Linux has a Kevin Bacon-esque connection to Microsoft

Dave McClure: The Facebook Fanboy Panel @ Graphing Social Patterns: 3 Keys to Monetizing Facebook

Computerworld: Prediction: Starbucks Wi-Fi will soon be free

Charlene Li/Josh Bernoff: Eight great applications win the Forrester Groundswell awards

Topics: Software, Data Centers, Hardware, Microsoft, Operating Systems, Storage, Windows, Social Enterprise

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