CNET News Daily Podcast: Google takes on the operating system

Tom Krazit talks about what the Google Chrome OS means for Microsoft, antitrust investigations, and the way people use computers; music royalty deal could save Web radio; and a gadget to solve Paris Hilton's paparazzi woes.


Reporter Tom Krazit joins the podcast today to talk about what Google's upcoming operating system means for users and the industry. Also in this podcast: a new music royalty deal could save Web radio stations, the SEC continues to look into the way Apple's board handled disclosures about CEO Steve Jobs' health, Microsoft is in talks to wrap up antitrust negotiations with the EU, and more.


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Today's stories:

Google plans Chrome-based Web operating system

What Google's Chrome OS means for Netbooks, and why Microsoft shouldn't worry...yet

Mr. Schmidt, step down from that board

New royalty deal buoys Web

Report: Microsoft, EU in talks over antitrust issues

SEC review of Apple disclosure now more complex?

Judge sides with YouTube on copyrights

IT spending to drop 6 percent in '09, Gartner says

N.C. town sweetens pot for an Apple move

Ward off pesky paparazzi with flashing clutch

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