Just how much is Google leaving on the table if they stop doing business in China? Get that and more of the day's top headlines in today's news podcast.
CNET reporters Elinor Mills and Tom Krazit talk about what led Google to stop censoring its search results in China, where the investigation into targeted attacks stands, and what exactly Google could be leaving on the table if it ends up pulling out of China altogether.
Also: how to avoid scams when making donations to Haitian disaster relief, Facebook users get free security software, and Netflix brings streaming video to the Wii. Get those stories and the rest of the day's news in today's podcast.
Dynasty denied, Google rethinks China
In urgent times, avoiding online charity scams
Online masses text to offer Haitian quake relief
McAfee in deal to power Facebook security ops
Netflix streaming coming to the Wii
Understanding the HP-Microsoft deal
Firefox 3.6 on tap; next comes 'Lorentz'