CNET News Daily Podcast: What's on hackers' minds at Black Hat?

CNET's Robert Vamosi calls in from the Black Hat hacker conference in Las Vegas. Plus, is there really a mechanism for blacklisting iPhone applications?

Hackers have descended on Vegas in full force for the annual Black Hat security conference. What's on their minds? CNET's Robert Vamosi called in from Sin City and talked with CNET News' Leslie Katz.

Plus, someone claims to have found a mechanism on the new iPhone software that would let Apple remotely remove blacklisted applications from your phone. Is Apple trying to play "big brother" or simply save consumers from malicious apps that slipped through the cracks?
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Today's stories:

Black Hat a sure bet to be big, bold in Vegas

Much ado about the iPhone's 'kill-switch'

Google fine-tunes ad controls, accountability

IKEA to sell solar panels?

Lenovo quarterly sales climb in weak market

Online marketers unhappy with Microhoo saga outcome

Ford offers glass roof Mustangs

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