CNET News Daily Podcast: What Microsoft and Yahoo win with new deal

Also, fake antivirus software infects millions of PCs; Psystar hires Jammie Thomas-Rasset's lawyers to fight Apple; and an Internet scuffle over Rorschach inkblots.

After more than a year of back and forth, Microsoft and Yahoo have finalized a deal to share search and advertising resources. Reporter Tom Krazit talks about what it will mean for the two companies, Google, and everyday users.

Also in today's podcast: fake antivirus software has infiltrated millions of PCs; Psystar hires Jammie Thomas-Rasset's lawyers to fight Apple; an Internet scuffle over Rorschach inkblots; and more of today's top headlines.


Today's stories:

Yahoo, Microsoft reach search, ad deal

Report finds fake antivirus on the rise

Psystar hires Jammie's lawyers in fight with Apple

A Rorschach cheat sheet on Wikipedia?

Apple blocks Google Voice app for iPhone

McKinsey: Efficiency could save $700 billion

AMD spinoff lands top chip company as customer

Verizon challenges Apple with Vcast app store

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