CNET News Daily Podcast: The MIT three free to speak

Three MIT students are free to discuss subway card vulnerabilities; Apple takes top honors in customer satisfaction; and Bill Gates' condom jingle strikes a chord.

Three Massachusetts Institute of Technology students who have been barred by a court order from discussing subway card vulnerabilities are now free to say what they want .

The University of Michigan released its annual ACSI scores for the PC industry, and Apple took top honors for the fifth straight year.

Plus, it isn't your usual Nokia jingle, but a campaign to promote condom use in India sponsored by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is off to a strong start.

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Today's stories:

U.S. mobile-phone sales take a hit

Android security team appeals to bug hunters

Georgia cuts access to Russian sites, TV news

Overheating iPod Nanos? Japan investigates

Apple extends MobileMe accounts--again

Palm leaks Treo Pro photosand videos

Intel: Sensors will be key to future computing

Google digs up funds for geothermal energy



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