News to know: U.S. turns back hacker; Realtek data corruption; Facebook; Leveraging Linux

Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: German hacker denied entry into U.S.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor

Notable headlines:

Ryan Naraine: German hacker denied entry into U.S. for Black Hat training. Halvar Flake: I've been denied entry to the US essentially for carrying my trainings material.

George Ou: Realtek network driver silently corrupts data.

Paul Murphy: Leveraging Linux to sell yourself.

Photos: Top 10 reviews of the week (right).

Jason O'Grady: No Macs meet stricter Energy Star guidelines.

Dennis Howlett: Facebook infiltrating the enterprise: the ups and downs. Dan Farber: The summer of Facebook. Techmeme has big Facebook weekend.

WSJ: Adobe-FedEx Link Pushes A Hot Button. Jason Hiner's Sanity check: How Microsoft beat Linux in China and what it means for freedom, justice, and the price of software.

Garett Rogers: Google set to simultaneously create and dominate a new market? Google slips: New feature leaked by accident.

Robin Harris: Google's warehouse-size power problem.

Don Dodge: Google YouTube copyright infringement filter

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Photos: Track tech at the San Jose Grand Prix (right).

Harry Fuller: Your computer's making you sick.

Denise Howell: Valleywag latest example of cutting Creative Commons corners.

Study: Internet censorship spreading.

Lawmakers fret over digital TV transition. Senate rejects extra $300 million for Real ID.

Larry Dignan: The $150 laptop saga: Checking out 2Checkout and Medison. Ryan Stewart: Silverlight release candidate now available.

Review (left): Fujitsu LifeBook A6030 (Core 2 Duo 2GHz, 2GB RAM, 120GB HDD, Vista Home Premium). Russell Shaw: More than "preferred provider," TeleBlend buys part of SunRocket's assets.

David Berlind: Step-by-step through Phase 1 construction of our video studio. Announcing ZDNet's 15th and 16th Deputy Product Testers of the Week.

Twitter lands VC funding. VMware lands Cisco as investor.

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