CNET News Daily Podcast: Nintendo adds a third dimension

The follow-up to the popular Nintendo DS will have a 3D screen, and China responds to Google moving its search to Hong Kong.

Nintendo says the next Nintendo DS will have 3D screens that won't require any special glasses to use. The Nintendo 3DS will arrive within the year, though few other details have been offered yet. The company promises to share more in June at the E3 Expo.

Also in today's podcast: China's response to Google moving its search to Hong Kong; Spring announces the first 4G phone for the U.S.; Mozilla decides against developing Firefox for Windows Mobile; and the Indian military's plan to use the world's hottest chili pepper as a weapon.

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Today's stories:

Nintendo sees the future in its 3DS

China blocking some Google searches

Sprint unveils first 4G phone

U.S. Cyber Command prepped to launch

Mozilla halts work on Windows Mobile browser

India's new terror weapon: Hot chili peppers

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