News to know: AMD Barcelona potential; Vista subscription trials; Google

Notable headlines:George Ou: AMD Barcelona can potentially smash Intel. Review: ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT.

Notable headlines:

George Ou: AMD Barcelona can potentially smash Intel. Review: ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT.

Dan Kusnetzky: Virtualization and green computing.

Ryan Naraine: Defeating Vista UAC with a two-stage malware

attack. Microsoft revamps Patch Tuesday advance notice, security bulletins. Secunia: 28% of all installed apps are insecure.

Mary Jo Foley@WinHEC: Microsoft to launch new Vista-subscription trials in early 2008. Windows Server team: No detours from the roadmap. Microsoft: If we're violating IP, 'we'll take a license.' Photos (right): At WinHEC, PCs now and beyond.

Russell Shaw: BlackBerry Patent app would automate adding Contact physical address info to Address Books.

Matthew Miller: Garmin StreetPilot c580 MSN Direct services can save you time and money. Gallery (left).

WSJ's Walter Mossberg: This Time, Samsung Has Made a Tiny PC That's Practical to Use.

TechCrunch: Engadget Knocks $4 billion off Apple Market Cap on Bogus iPhone email. Techmeme.

Server 'roles' to save companies headaches, not cash.

Gallery (right): Cracking open the LG C1300 flip phone.

Larry Dignan: Enterprise search: Why it's a crisis and why Googzilla will strike.

Donna Bogatin: Google to big business: Google love belongs in the enterprise. Big Google Changes to Search, Navigation, Homepage, Ranking. Dan Kusnetzky: Virtual Appliance - Email Archiving, Electronic Discovery, and Data Leaks.

Google creates uber search site. Danny Sullivan on Google Universal Search and Google Searchology Day.

Robin Harris: Email value management.

Paul Murphy: 6 steps to IT management freedom.

An LED ticker in your credit card? Phil Wainewright: SaaS integration without the lock-in.

Computerworld: 5 hidden costs of computing. PaidContent.org: Sony In Advanced Talks To Buy Kids Social Gaming Service ClubPenguin.

Jason O'Grady: Apple subnotebook needed. Russell Shaw: Skype for Mac 2.6 released today: new features abound. Adobe writes FreeHand obituary.

Wi-Fi Alliance to begin certifying 802.11n gear.

Photos: 'Data' elected to Robot Hall of Fame (right).

AP: HP profit falls in second quarter.

Yahoo: Mission as strategy – connecting the dots at Yahoo!

Experts say Microsoft's patent quest won't go far.

Amazon to offer DRM-free music downloads. Larry Dignan: DRM-free movement snowballs; watch those song prices. Techmeme on the move.

Larry Dignan: Hilton New York: Wi-Fi access and price gouging.