CNET News Daily Podcast: Microsoft measures home energy use

Reporter Ina Fried explains what consumers will get from Microsoft Hohm; Comcast and Time Warner team up to bring TV online; and finding iPhone OS 3.0's small changes.

Reporter Ina Fried stops by the podcast studio to talk about Hohm, Microsoft's new Web service for helping consumers identify areas where they can save on energy.

Also in this podcast: Comcast and Time Warner are teaming up to bring cable subscribers TV shows online; why you might want to hold off on buying a Windows Vista machine; and a few of the hidden features in iPhone OS 3.0 that Apple hasn't publicized.

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Today's stories:

Microsoft dials Hohm to cut home energy use

Comcast, Time Warner team up to deliver TV online

Windows 7 upgrade program nears launch

Judge gives Apple green light against Psystar

Sacramento getting smart grid

Oracle beats expectations as sales, earnings dip

Finding iPhone OS 3.0's small changes

AT&T's 3G upgrades to improve iPhone service

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