CNET News Daily Podcast: ISP cracks down on file-sharing

Verizon cuts off alleged music downloaders, a utility offers to pay for solar panel installations, and Apple might be teaming up with none other than Microsoft.

Verizon Communications acknowledges sending out warnings and cutting service to customers accused of illegal file-sharing by the recording industry, The New York Times says it plans to test out paid online access, and Microsoft and Apple are rumored to be teaming up against a common enemy. Get a rundown of those stories and more in today's edition of the daily podcast.


Today's stories:

Verizon cuts service to alleged pirates

New York Times eyes 2011 for online fees

Bing to oust Google as default iPhone search?

PS3 Motion Controller pushed back to fall

Amazon ups author royalty for Kindle, matching Apple

Amazon adds greener electronics ranking

Utility PG&E to finance rooftop solar panels

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