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CNET News Daily Podcast: Google tries to rehab its antitrust image

The search and online ad giant goes on campaign to prove it encourages competition within and outside the company.

Google has been revealed to be on a campaign to convince industry observers as well as the federal government that it values competition. The lobbying is aimed at a spate of antitrust investigations that have cropped up against the company in recent years. Reporter Stephen Shankland explains what Google is up to.

Also on today's podcast: Hackers break into FAA databases, Boost Mobile is expanding its retail store presence, and the Kindle gets tripped up by President Obama's name.

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Today's stories:

Facing criticism, Google tries buffing its image

Report: Hackers broke into FAA air traffic system

Screenshots point to compass in new iPhone

Boost Mobile to expand retail outlets

RealNetworks suffers loss as sales drop

President's name trips up the Kindle

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