CNET News Daily Podcast: Using water to harness solar power

NBC and Microsoft are bringing the Olympics to the Web, the Yahoo shareholders meeting is upon us, and Google Street View is invading Britain.

Inspired by photosynthesis, MIT researchers have to capture the sun's energy by unyoking hydrogen and oxygen. They're calling it a breakthrough in solar-energy storage. CNET News' Leslie Katz asks reporter Martin LaMonica to explain.

NBC is gearing up for its exclusive broadcast of the Olympic Games in Beijing, and

Also, Scrabulous' creators that bears even less resemblance to Hasbro's Scrabble.

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Today's stories:

De Vere's Olympic iPhone has more bling than a medal

Yahoo shareholders meeting a case of deja vu?

Icahn rips WSJ, explains no-show at Yahoo meeting

MIT researchers split water to store solar energy

Intel to provide Facebook with hardware, Jedi secrets

Google Street View is approved for the U.K.

LG Blu-ray box to get streaming video from Netflix

Motorola surprises Wall Street with profit

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