CNET News Daily Podcast: How to keep workers happy

Also, iPhone 3G users submit comments and e-mails about their network issues; and how to see if solar panels are worth it, sans climbing on the roof.

If the U.S. is indeed in a recession, or getting close to it, company workers may start fearing for their jobs. CNET News sister site BNET offers up some advice for companies to keep their employees happy and productive. BNET Intern Princess Calabrese also shares the tell-tale signs that you're in a crummy job.

Since the iPhone 3G came out, we've heard complaints about bricked phones, cracks, and now serious 3G connectivity problems. CNET News' user survey finds that the problems are widespread.

Also, Nintendo wins the top gaming-system spot in July, Webware runs down the biggest Web glitches of the year, and RoofRay shows users details about installing solar panels on the roofs of their homes.


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Today's stories:

Recession Survival Strategies

CNET readers share their iPhone 3G stories

10 Worst Web glitches of 2008 (so far)

Google takes top Web spot in July

MySpace parent company joins Family Online Safety Institute

Confirmed: AOL will acquire Socialthing

We all love this Olympics, right? Not Adobe

RoofRay calculates solar savings using Google Maps

YouTube viewers pick Iowa City man to go to Democratic convention

 

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