CNET News Daily Podcast: Microsoft reshuffles Zune team

Ina Fried discusses her scoop on the restructuring of the team working on Zune. She talks about what it means for the future of the device.

The team working on Microsoft's portable media player has been divided in two and put under Windows Mobile hardware and Media Center software and services. What will this mean for the future of the device? CNET News reporter Ina Fried talks about where the Zune is headed.

Also in today's podcast: It's 1234567890 day! Nerds rejoice! Plus, the gadgets that broke our hearts, and a cheap take on smartphones.

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Today's stories:

Microsoft reshuffles Zune team

Midway Games presses reset with bankruptcy

Microsoft follows Apple into retail business

iPhone too pricey? Think smartphone-lite

Search giants join to tidy up Web addresses

Time for nerds to celebrate 1234567890 day

Gadgets that broke our hearts

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