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CNET News Daily Podcast: A second anniversary for Psystar unlikely

We look at how things are going for an Apple clone maker after one year in business; AT&T launches family-tracking service; and Office 14 will head into preview next year.


After a year in operation, Psystar is still in business, defying Apple's claims that it is breaking the law by selling computers with Mac OS X preinstalled. But CNET News reporter Tom Krazit says he'll be surprised if the Florida start-up will be celebrating a second anniversary. He joins today's podcast to explain why.

Also in this podcast: AT&T customers can now track family and loved ones' location in real time; Microsoft says Office 14, which will be called Office 2010, will go into technology preview in the first half of next year; and CEO Paul Otellini is full of optimism, despite Intel profit, net income, and revenue all being down for the quarter.


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Today's stories:

A year on, Psystar still defying Apple

Intel profit down, but PC sales may be recovering

Report: More layoffs coming to Yahoo

eBay to launch a Skype IPO in 2010

AT&T launches family-tracking service

Broader Office 14 testing coming by fall

Google.org exec leaves to tackle urgent threats

New Net taxes amid taxing times?

Tax guide 2009