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Show summary: Looking to gain a foothold among younger users, Yahoo is shelling out $1.1 billion for the blogging site Tumblr. CNET's Sumi Das and Dan Farber have the Inside Scoop on the high valuation and how it will affect the buyer, seller, and users.
Category: Inside ScoopMay 20, 2013
Show summary: Google+ is putting its focus on photos, taking cues from Pinterest and Instagram. CNET's Dan Farber and Seth Rosenblatt have the Inside Scoop on the different ways Google+ will now sort, surface, and even GIF your pictures.
Category: Inside ScoopMay 15, 2013
Show summary: We're just hours away from finding out what Google has in store for its big developers conference. (Sorry, no parachuting with Google Glass this time.) CNET's Dan Farber and Seth Rosenblatt have the Inside Scoop on Google I/O 2013 and clues that point to Google getting into multiplayer online gaming.
Category: Inside ScoopMay 14, 2013
Show summary: Google is giving Apple's Siri personal digital assistant competition with a new search app for iOS that integrates the Google Now's voice recognition and predictive search. CNET's Dan Farber and Seth Rosenblatt have the Inside Scoop.
Category: Inside ScoopApril 29, 2013
Show summary: Facebook's Lars Rasmussen and Tom Stocky talk about the future of the company's new search engine.
Category: NewsJanuary 16, 2013
Show summary: CNET's Dan Farber interviews Huffington Post's Arianna Huffington about her new app called GPS for the Soul, a health app to combat stress and promote a healthy lifestyle.
Category: CESJanuary 9, 2013
Show summary: CNET's Dan Farber talks to Donna Tam, who's been covering the battle between the wireless industry and the City of San Francisco about whether cell phone dealers need to disclose radiation risk.
Category: Inside ScoopAugust 10, 2012
Show summary: CNET Senior Editor Eric Franklin talks to Dan Farber about what it was like to get his hands on Microsoft's new tablet.
Category: Inside ScoopJune 20, 2012
Show summary: In his new book, "Digital Vertigo," Keen argues that the profusion of sharing online is dividing, diminishing and disorienting humanity.
Category: NewsJune 4, 2012
Show summary: Twitter and Facebook, two of the best-known names in the Web 2.0 constellation, have been talking merger. But at least for now, there's no deal. On Monday's Daily Debrief, CNET News' Charles Cooper speaks with Dan Farber about what might still bring these two together as well as how they would chart their respective futures as solo acts.
Category: Daily DebriefNovember 24, 2008