CNET News Daily Podcast: Google searches blocked in China

Bad news for Googlers in China, reports say Web searches through Google are not going through without a few workarounds. Is this a mistake, or a permanent change? Tune in to find out.

Today's episode runs the gamut. We talk 3D HDTVs, more rumors about a Verizon-friendly iPhone, and Google searches from China's mainland getting blocked.

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Today's stories:

Google searches blocked from mainland China

WSJ: Verizon iPhone in the works

NASA to look into Toyota acceleration issues

Researchers find security holes in smart meters

ESPN 3D coming to DirecTV in June

Verizon nears Fios network completion

Rumor: Google's Chrome to bundle Adobe's Flash

Engineer breaks Rock Band 2 world record

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