Amazon.com suffers an outage, and Warner Bros. gives a digital makeover to The Godfather.
Six years ago, Warner Bros. developed digital technologies to make copies of damaged or decaying film negatives and return the movies to their original viewing quality. But the latest project came with added pressure: director Francis Ford Coppola looking over technicians' shoulders as they digitally remastered his masterwork, The Godfather. CNET News.com's Greg Sandoval tells intern Holly Jackson the story of the painstaking restoration process.
Also in today's podcast: Carl Icahn names his price for Yahoo; the FTC will formally investigate Intel's business practices; Amazon.com goes offline for much of the morning with no explanation; and will Verizon plus Altell be a boon for consumers?
A digital offer 'The Godfather' can't refuse
Icahn sets price tag for Yahoo
Amazon suffers U.S. outage on Friday
FTC plans formal investigation of Intel
Is the Verizon-Alltel deal good for consumers?
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