CNET News Daily Podcast: Google to track TiVo data

Also in today's podcast: the Large Hadron Collider gets rolling in its first few days; Intel overhauls its Atom processor; and AT&T follows Verizon's lead with mobile broadband plans.

In today's podcast: Google will start tracking TiVo viewing data to help advertisers see how commercials get seen in the day of the DVR; four days after the CERN particle accelerator was turned back on, it's making quick progress; Intel overhauls its Atom processor for Netbooks; AT&T follows Verizon's lead with mobile broadband plans; and more of today's top tech news.

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Today's stories:

CERN particle accelerator sees first collisions

HP reports in-line earnings, raises 2010 outlook

Google to track TiVo viewing habits

Major Intel chip upgrade coming to Netbooks

AT&T offers prepaid wireless broadband

Chrome extensions site now open for uploads

eBay launches holiday deals app for iPhone

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