CNET News Daily Podcast: Getting Windows 7 to use less power

Microsoft's chief environmental strategist talks about how Redmond's products are changing; three ISPs join the RIAA's file-sharing fight; and Facebook responds to users' redesign complaints.

Microsoft is promising lower power consumption in Windows 7, among other products. CNET News intern Erik Palm had a chance to sit down with Robert Bernard, the company's chief environmental strategist, to talk about what changes users can expect to see.

Also in this podcast: Three ISPs join the RIAA in its fight to squelch illegal file sharing; Facebook responds to users' redesign complaints with a few upcoming changes; and TiVo owners can now use Blockbuster OnDemand.

Listen now: Download today's podcast

Today's stories:

Comcast, Cox join RIAA antipiracy campaign

Complaints prompting Facebook changes

Blockbuster OnDemand coming to TiVo

EMI's catalog comes to Project Playlist

New Dell enterprise offering heavy on services

Nokia invests in mobile-payment company

IBM hops aboard high-speed rail

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Jennifer Guevin is managing editor at CNET, overseeing the ever-helpful How To section, special packages, and front-page programming. As a writer, she gravitates toward science, quirky geek culture stories, robots, and food. In real life, she mostly just gravitates toward food.


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