CNET News Daily Podcast: New revelations in Google-Viacom battle

Viacom and Google are airing their dirty laundry in court documents unsealed Thursday, revealing some noteworthy behind-the-scenes information in their copyright battle.

Viacom and Google are airing their dirty laundry in court documents unsealed Thursday, revealing some noteworthy behind-the-scenes information in the copyright battle. That, and other news of the day, including a Kindle app for Mac and a safe touchdown for ISS crew members.

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Today's stories:

Viacom, Google air dirty laundry in court docs

HTC fires back at Apple patent complaint

Apple director Jerry York, 71, dies

Amazon releases Kindle app beta for Mac

Microsoft nixes barrier to Windows 7's 'XP mode'

Soyuz capsule brings back space station fliers

Chip spending could reach double-digit growth this year

Report: USB mass storage coming to Xbox 360

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