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CNET News Daily Podcast: Apple serving up 'Cocktail' at September event

Apple's next-gen album cover technology, code-named Cocktail, will be on the menu at its music event next month, according to industry sources. Also, Google's chief economist says search "scale" is bogus.

CNET's Greg Sandoval learns from music industry sources that Apple's new album cover technology, code-named Cocktail, will be on the menu at the company's annual September event. Though a date has not been officially announced, the ninth month of the year is when Apple traditionally holds a keynote style event to introduce changes to its iPod lineup and improvements in its iTunes software.

Also on today's podcast: Google's chief economist says the idea of search "scale" is bogus; the inventor of Netscape is backing a new browser; Nissan claims to be revving a car with 367 miles per gallon; and tips on how to switch your cell phone service from AT&T to Verizon with one handy device.

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Today's stories:

Cocktail to be part of Apple's September event

The UK gets its own Pirate Party

Nissan claims 367 mpg for electric Leaf

Google's Varian: Search scale is 'bogus'

Ask the Editor: Should I buy a new laptop now, or wait for Windows 7?

How to use the iPhone on Verizon

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