CNET News Daily Podcast: China's malware problem

Bad guys in China are sending out malware like crazy, while another bad guy who was behind some of the biggest corporate hacking in history is finally going to jail. Tune in to find out more.

In today's episode we talk malware coming out of China, GPS being used to get out of speeding tickets, and Opera's new browser for iPhone--which could, or could not be coming to an Apple device near you. We also talk about the U.S. Air Force testing a new jet fuel based on animal fat and plants, along with a mysterious, new 7-inch 3G-enabled device coming to AT&T users this year. Tune in to get the whole story. And, as always, all the links from today's stories can be found below.


Today's stories:

Symantec finds China top source of malware

T.J.Maxx hacker sentenced to 20 years in prison

Air Force tests flight with greener fuel

Police Blotter: GPS used to fight speeding ticket

Make room, iPad: AT&T to sell Intel-based tablet too

Opera tells Apple, 'bring it' over Opera Mini for iPhone

Project Natal 'experience' to premiere at E3

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