Daily Podcast: Understanding Comcast's grand gambit

New tune at Starbucks: No music for you; Comcast has a big plan for media convergence; and a Lotus look at Bill Gates.

Starbucks once had visions of turning its outlets into entertainment centers where customers sipped coffee and listened to the latest tunes. But that hasn't exactly worked out according to expectations. CNET's Greg Sandoval explains.

Webware's Rafe Needleman spoke with the senior executive at Comcast charged with a new attempt to integrate television, the computer, and the phone.

And as one of the first software executives to battle Bill Gates, Lotus founder Mitch Kapor has seen many sides of Microsoft's co-founder. Take a listen to some of his recollections on the eve of Gates' final days as full-time employee at Microsoft.

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Today's stories:

Dell hits server efficiency targets a year early

Adobe says Acrobat 9 is good to go

Social network Multiply goes premium

Comcast's goal: Integrate the screens slurps up $8.4 million

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