CNET News Daily Podcast: The future of Web access shapes up

Google joins a Microsoft antitrust fight in Europe; Steve Wozniak joins a start-up; and Adobe fixes some crashing, slowness issues in Photoshop.

Marguerite Reardon talks about two technologies, WiMax and LTE (Long Term Evolution), that will shape the way we access the Web in the next few years.

Also in this podcast: Google is hoping to join an antitrust fight in Europe objecting to Microsoft's inclusion of Internet Explorer in Windows; Steve Wozniak joins a start-up that hopes to make breakthrough solid-state drives; and Adobe rolls out a fix that addresses some crashing and slowness issues in Photoshop.
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Today's stories:

Google wants to join EU case against Microsoft

What does Woz see in solid-state drives?

Smart-grid project matches wind to electric cars

Photoshop update fixes slowdowns, crashes

Office 14: Worth a wait?

WiMax expected to find initial success

15 online photo editors compared

After Wii knee, PlayStation palm lumps

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