CNET News Daily Podcast: The election from the tech perspective

A rundown of Tuesday's coverage from the tech perspective; antitrust concerns kill Yahoo-Google ad deal; and AT&T tests limits on subscribers' Web use.

Tuesday's election was good news for Democrats, but it was also a good night for many online news sites and one, relatively unknown tech entrepreneur. Hear a rundown of our election coverage from the tech perspective. Also in this podcast, antitrust concerns lead Google to ditch a proposed ad deal with Yahoo, and AT&T quietly begins limiting users' bandwidth usage.


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Today's stories:

Election spurs record traffic to news sites

Election a win for multitouch inventor

Tech's future under Obama, Democrats

What Obama presidency means for clean tech

Antitrust concerns kill Yahoo-Google ad deal

AT&T tests limits on subscribers' Web use

Windows 7: Moving beyond Vista

Web 2.0 Summit 2008

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