CNET News Daily Podcast: 'Profound pain' over ads in China

Waledac botnet is "decimated," ad companies in China worry their businesses are in danger if Google pulls search operation, Bing Maps goes stargazing.

Microsoft says it has successfully decimated the Waledac botnet; Google's ad partners in China worry about the future of their businesses if it pulls its search operation out of the country; Bing mapping gives people a view of the stars from anywhere on Earth; and a car windshield made safer with lasers.


Today's stories:

Chinese ad partners beg Google for information

TV broadcasters prepare for spectrum battle

Microsoft says it decimated Waledac botnet

Google making it easier to leave Exchange

GM turns windshield into laser light show

Bing Maps adds a telescopic lens

Pursuing a 'TiVo moment' for thermostats

Teen wins $100,000 Intel science award

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