So, what happened with all this CDMS fuzz? The collaboration reports 3 events out of a expected background of 0.5. Nonetheless, one of the events was out of the "box", so lets forget about it. So, with 2 events we have a 1.06 sigma signal and with 3 events we have a 1.7 sigma signal.
It is just a ridiculously low signal, and by no means can be considered a discover. Nonetheless, it is rather interesting and intriguing. Experiments using liquid targets have a significantly bigger mass and can catch up this signal in one, maybe two years to a level where it can actually be considered a detection, but, until then, the coin is still in the air regarding dark matter.