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CNET News Daily Podcast: Droid navigates its way to market

Verizon and Motorola are aiming squarely at the iPhone with today's unveiling of the Droid, currently the only smartphone running the Android 2.0 operating system. Get that story and the rest of the day's tech news in today's daily podcast.

Verizon and Motorola are aiming squarely at the iPhone with today's unveiling of the Droid, currently the only smartphone running the Android 2.0 operating system. At the same time, Google announced its new turn-by-turn navigation software for mobile phones. Does this mean the days of standalone navigation systems are numbered? Reporter Tom Krazit thinks so. He joins today's podcast to talk about today's mobile developments.

Also in this podcast: security threats are up at midsize companies, while their IT budgets remain frozen; Mozilla fixes critical security holes with Firefox 3.5.4; and on its ninth birthday, the PlayStation 2 is still going strong. Get those stories and more in today's daily news podcast.

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Today's stories:

Verizon, Motorola unveil the Droid

Google Maps Navigation takes a mobile turn

More security breaches hit midsize companies

Firefox 3.5.4 closes security holes

LA approves $7.2 million Google Apps deal

Virtual goods resellers on the rise

Driverless car also parks itself

Sony recalls Vaio AC adapters due to shock hazard

How the venerable PS2 made it to 9 years old