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CNET News Daily Podcast: What new investment means for Facebook

$200 million from Digital Sky will open doors to Europe for the social network; Psystar lawsuit will be delayed after Mac clone maker files for Chapter 11; and spam now makes up 90 percent of all e-mail.

Webware editor Rafe Needleman talks about what a $200 million investment from Digital Sky Technologies means for Facebook, Facebook's place in a global market, and its financial productivity.

Also in this podcast: Apple's lawsuit against Psystar will be delayed after the Mac clone maker files for Chapter 11; spam now makes up 90 percent of all e-mail; and reports say Microsoft's Kumo search engine will be named Bing.

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Today's stories:

Mac clone maker Psystar files for bankruptcy protection

Facebook gets $200 million from European firm

Kumo to be dubbed Bing, AdAge says

Nokia's Ovi Store opens for business

Report: Spam now 90 percent of all e-mail

Businesses call for shift to low-carbon economy

Facebook sued by user over virus