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News.com Daily Podcast: Is it really the end of Yahoo-Microsoft?

Some analysts say the Yahoo-Google ad deal could push Microsoft into making a hostile bid.

Some analysts say the Yahoo-Google ad deal could push Microsoft into making a hostile bid.


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Yahoo's stock was hammered in early morning trading on Friday, a sign that the Google ad-sharing deal wasn't enough to satisfy Wall Street. So what's next for the beleaguered Internet giant? Some say Microsoft may still make a move yet.

Also in today's podcast, CNET News.com's Holly Jackson talks with the creators behind a play based on the 650,000 search logs released by AOL in 2006. User 927 opened this week in Philadelphia. Also, U.S. Congressmen claim their PCs were targeted by Chinese hackers, MySpace gets a massive redesign, rumors of an Xbox 360 price cut, and we check in with our intrepid reporter Daniel Terdiman, who's on the road in the southeastern U.S.

Today's stories:

Analysts don't rule out Yahoo-Microsoft deal

Congressmen say Chinese compromised PCs

MySpace gets a makeover

Leaked AOL search logs take the stage

Humanoid Reem-B walks, talks, and listens

Sharp's 108-inch LCD TV descends on Tokyo

Rumor: Xbox 360 price cut coming soon?