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News to know: Green Grid; Windows 7; AMD speaks; Bebo

Notable headlines:David Berlind: With tech titan support, Green Grid to help datacenters go green with measurement standardsMary Jo Foley: Windows 7 to get new touch features. Microsoft makes IE with component activation change available to testers.

Notable headlines:

David Berlind: With tech titan support, Green Grid to help datacenters go green with measurement standards

Mary Jo Foley: Windows 7 to get new touch features. Microsoft makes IE with component activation change available to testers.

Larry Dignan: Ahead of its financial powwow, AMD takes ATI writedown

Images: Future tech at Microsoft Innovation Day (right)

Jason O'Grady: What iPhone can learn from Verizon’s Voyager

InfoWorld: Adobe open-sourcing data access technology.

Ryan Naraine: US-CERT warns of Microsoft Access Database attacks. Larry Dignan: DHS planning Cyber Storm II exercise in March. Adware, shady marketing pays: Penthouse buys AdultFriendFinder and sister sites.

State of the CIO: Pay is up; tenure is down; transformation is in

Richard Stiennon: US Government leadership in cyber security lacking

Techmeme: Bebo embraces Facebook apps. David Berlind: Bebo CEO Michael Birch Unplugged: Facebook apps now run on Bebo, OpenSocial support next

Phil Windley: Future proofing digital assets

Google: Picasa redefined for your iPhone.

Heather Clancy: IBM business partner develops greenhouse meter

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: What will the hackers be targeting in 2008?

The Open Road: 95 percent of email is spam.

Engadget: Microsoft rebrands PlayForSure and confuses world. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Microsoft rebrands PlaysForSure, gives consumers a reason to buy iPods

Marc Wagner: Proactive IT support in higher education. Christopher Dawson: Kompozer is easy and free That's not a hub, is it?

Dana Blankenhorn: Worried about your medFICO score? How common are medical kickbacks?

Michael Krigsman: Tata Consultancy: New IT failure stats and COO interview

Why Sourceforge lost its mojo. Fleury's back and SOA's got him.

Roland Piquepaille: The best ever images of the Milky Way. Photos: Dusty Mars rover finds water evidence, seeks shelter (right).

Dan Kusnetzky: Comcast, T-mobile and HTC, oh my.

Micron sampling smallest 1 GB DDR2 memory chip

China out-texts rest of world

U.S. trade judge rules for Nokia over Qualcomm

Garett Rogers: Google takes a stab at Exchange and BES

Janice Chen: Best digital cameras to buy yourself (part 2)

Mobile WiMax must grab YouTube generation, says analyst

Russell Shaw: This BlackBerry Pearl emulator is the best I have seen.

Here are 13 tips for using your BlackBerry's camera. Need details about BlackBerry enterprise support levels? Well, here you go

United Online shelves Classmates IPO

Save Internet freedom--from regulation

Ford sees rollout of next-gen hybrid battery

The man behind the Commodore 64. Gallery at right.

NBC to provide TV shows for SanDisk service

Russell Shaw: Blogger hit by Skype porn spam, plays along for a bit