CNET News Daily Podcast: Amazon dumps Macmillan books, temporarily

On the podcast: Amazon and Macmillan clash over online prices; Wikileaks shuts down; Robots evolve; and more.

Book seller Amazon and book publisher Macmillan have been engaged in a battle over the pricing of electronic books. It has resulted in Amazon removing all Macmillan books from Amazon, including print titles. To help us understand what's going on with this issue, CNET's David Carnoy joins us from our New York office.

Also: Steve Jobs speaks out against Google and Adobe; Robots evolve; Qwest turns off, then on, ISP service for accused copyright stealer; and more.


Today's stories:

Amazon agrees to higher prices in e-book dispute

Short on cash, Wikileaks suspends operations

AT&T 3G version of Nexus One coming

Microsoft tries to reinvent the bar code

Grandma endures wrongful ISP piracy suspension

Report: Jobs says 'don't be evil' mantra is BS

Colbert starts iPad campaign at the Grammys

Robots evolve to learn cooperation, hunting

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