CNET News Daily Podcast: First impressions of the first Android phone

Plus: Flash Player 10 addresses clickjacking flaws; Steve Ballmer's not worried about people skipping Vista; and Yahoo shares jump on his assertion that a deal would still make sense.

With its new Flash Player 10, Adobe Systems addresses a security flaw that could lead to so-called clickjacking attacks. Steve Ballmer says he's not worried about people skipping Vista, so long as they come back for Windows 7. Yahoo shares jump on Ballmer's assertion that an acquisition by Microsoft would still make sense for shareholders of both companies. And CNET's Bonnie Cha and Kara Tsuboi go over the pros and cons of the T-Mobile G1, the first phone based on Google's open-source mobile operating system, Android. Get a rundown of those stories and more in today's podcast.

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Today's stories:

Adobe addresses Flash Player 'clickjacking' flaw

Ballmer: It's OK to wait for Windows 7

Ballmer says Yahoo still makes sense, Yahoo shares soar

Five reasons for more worry at Yahoo

Gadgetry to take hit in lean holidays

Quarterly virtual-world funding tops $148 million

Red Hat: Economic crisis to boost open source

Review: HTC Dream T-Mobile G1

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