CNET News Daily Podcast: Checking in with the Hydrogen Road Tour

Also, alleged NASA hacker gets a reprieve; what might be behind iPhone 3G problems; and are the days of tax-free music download coming to an end? Those stories and more in today's podcast.

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A caravan of 11 vehicles kicked off the Hydrogen Road Tour in Portland, Maine, on Monday to educate U.S. consumers and policy makers about hydrogen and fuel-cell vehicles. Reporter Martin LaMonica checks in to explain how hydrogen-powered cars work and what organizers hope will come of the cross-country tour.

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