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Internet pop culture with snarky commentary.
The lead story on today's episode has nothing to do with technology aside from the fact that it was sourced from the Internet. It does, however, have everything to do with the dangers of riding public transportation and bathroom politics.
Venture funding in the fourth quarter rose to new heights, but are investors stuck in a froth or are there real businesses being built?
Apple's highest-end 27-inch iMac gets a welcome CPU and graphics card update that, along with its giant display, makes it even more competitive than its best-in-class model was previously. Its high overall appeal makes the absence of an HDMI input particularly glaring, but on balance we can recommend the 27-inch iMac to anyone looking for a large screen, high-end all-in-one.
Apple slightly revamps its basic MacBook with improvements under the hood, but keeps the design and price the same, which makes the new MacBook tough to beat as a back-to-school laptop.
The iPod Shuffle's buttons are back, and the lightest, smallest MP3 player on the planet is now better than ever.
You have to cross milestones somewhere, and for CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman, making it to 2,000 miles of driving on Road Trip 2010 happened on a side street in Southington, Conn.
A brief summary of the second day of Mobile World Congress 2010.
This year's E3 conference in LA was a doozy, so click through for our favourite trailers and bits of news on all the hottest new games we're dead excited about
At the Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles, Microsoft talks about Office 2010, shows Silverlight 4, and shares the first details on Internet Explorer 9.