CNET News Daily Podcast: PlayStation network melts down, boots users

On today's podcast: PlayStation users booted offline, Firefox gets speed boost, News Corp. may sue Google, and more.

Over the weekend, Sony PlayStation console players found themselves unable to play not only network games, but offline games they'd downloaded to their machines. For the update on this developing story, we talk with CNET reporter Josh Lowensohn.

Also: Firefox tweaked, News Corp. may sue Google, and new X-Prizes to compete for.


Today's stories:

Worldwide PSN meltdown; older PS3 consoles paralyzed, Sony working on fix

Elements of Firefox overhaul arrive for testing

What enterprise still uses IE 6? Try Intel

Rupert Murdoch ready to sue Google?

Conde Nast's iPad plan in Apple-Adobe crossfire

Internet changes news consumption landscape

PayPal India to resume fund withdrawals

P2P music use down; Users may be stuffed

X-Prize group eyes next challenges

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