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CNET News Daily Podcast: What's next for file-sharer Jammie Thomas?

Greg Sandoval discusses the Jammie Thomas verdict concerning sharing copyrighted songs. And the iPhone 3G S goes on sale.

On Thursday a high-profile verdict was reached when Jammie Thomas-Rasset was found guilty of willful copyright infringement for sharing some copyrighted songs online. CNET News reporter Greg Sandoval joins us to talk about what Thomas-Rasset's options are now.

Also in the podcast, the iPhone 3G S went on sale for the first time Friday, and CNET News was there to cover the action live. Google and Facebook rushed out Farsi versions of their respective services to provide communication amid Iran's post-election turbulence, RIM continues to do well despite a sagging economy, and Microsoft puts the kibosh on a new Xbox 360 anytime soon.

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Today's stories:

Smaller crowds queue up for iPhone 3G S on first day

Jammie Thomas must pay RIAA $1.92 million

Google, Facebook rush Iranian language support

RIM posts strong results on BlackBerry shipments

Sony beefs up Blu-ray strategy

Microsoft: No new Xbox next year

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