CNET News Daily Podcast: How important is mobile for Intel?

Intel's deal with Nokia is big for the chipmaker as it forges its path into the competitive (and profitable) mobile market; MySpace layoffs move overseas; and expedited airport-security service shuts down.

Intel's deal with Nokia is important for the chipmaker as it forges its path into the competitive (and profitable) mobile market. Also in today's podcast: MySpace layoffs hit the company's overseas offices; expedited airport-security service shuts down; and how to tell if you're really buying an American-made car.

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Today's stories:

Intel forms pact with Nokia

MySpace slashing two-thirds of international staff

Report: Verizon, T-Mobile to offer Motorola Android smartphones

Flash Player 10 beta coming to most smartphones

Apple updates MacBook Pro firmware

Reports: Steve Jobs returns to Apple

Expedited airport-security service shuts down

Government loans for green cars awarded to Ford, Nissan, Tesla

Are you really buying American?

Kodak winds last rolls of Kodachrome

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