CNET News Daily Podcast: Dell's big smartphone move

The PC maker says it will be making a smartphone, after all, but only for customers in China and Brazil to start. Also: Verizon's piracy warnings and AMD's tough road.

In today's podcast: Dell makes its entry into the smartphone category official with the Dell Mini 3, Verizon Communications starts warning music pirates, Advanced Micro Devices' rough road is just beginning, and Office 2010 leaks early online.

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Today's stories:

Dell unveils Android-based Mini 3 smartphone

Verizon tests sendding RIAA copyright notices

With $1.25 billion, can AMD finally compete?

Office 2010 beta leaks early

A CNET Conversation with Eric Schmidt

Vega tablet is real

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