CNET News Daily Podcast: Is Uncle Sam gunning for Google?

Are the trustbusters planning a move against Google? Apple vs. Microsoft: music players on parade. And sorry, no black holes for you.

Are the trustbusters about to take a run at Google? CNET News' Declan McCullagh examines the recent chronology which suggest that there's smoke, if not fire.

On Tuesday, Steve Jobs unveiled what he called the thinnest Nano Apple has ever made, along with an updated iPod Touch. CNET News' Ina Fried compares Apple's big product launch to the recent introduction by Microsoft of a upgraded Zune digital music player.

Also, some folks were worried--really worried, I should stress--about tomorrow's opening of a massive particle collider. How concerned? Well, how does the end of the world grab you for a story line?


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Today's stories:

Report: Justice Department mulling antitrust suit against Google

Apple cues up iTunes 8 and a sleek iPod Nano

The new Zunes in action

Don't panic: Large Hadron Collider won't spawn voracious black holes

Google cuts data retention time in half

Wikipedia's Wales launches Wikia Green

Finding gems in troubled tech funds

 

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