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MC Hammer launches legit search engine

At the Web 2.0 Summit, the quintessential rapper, fashion icon, and occasional Web entrepreneur launches WIREDoo--a search engine that offers "deep search."

By Oct. 19, 2011


Netflix reaches U.K and Ireland. Watch out, Amazon

Amazon's Lovefilm service now has major new competition with the arrival of Netflix streaming-video service in the U.K. and Ireland.

By Jan. 9, 2012


The 404 891: Where we are total losers (podcast)

Writer Caprice Crane joins us in the studio today to tell us what it's like writing for shows like "90210" (2.0) and "Melrose Place." She also gets life-changing news halfway into today's preshow, so tune into Monday's show to find out how to win a copy of her book, "Little Luck."

By Aug. 26, 2011


BlackBerry Storm gets hip LA launch party

The touch-screen would-be iPhone rival is the guest of honor at a star-studded LA concert featuring Foo Fighters.

By Oct. 30, 2008


Marchex spawns 100,000 local search sites

Marchex launches local yellow pages Web sites with targeted ads.

By Jun. 27, 2007


CBS Audience Network adds more retro programming

Twin Peaks, 90210, and The Love Boat join other classic TV shows in CBS' online video offering.

By May. 21, 2008


Where Jeff has the clap

Randall and Wilson talk today about crazy Apple lawsuits handwritten on notepads, '90210' could be returning from the grave, plus dolla-dolla-bill-y'all, the purple $5 bill hits the streets, and Mark the Intern kicks some ass.

By Mar. 14, 2008


Channel 4 brings TV catch-up to Web browsers, Mac and Linux

Channel 4's free TV catch-up service can now be accessed with any Web browser on Windows, Mac and Linux, for free ad-supported streaming

By Apr. 1, 2009


Waiter fired for twittering about celebs

A Beverly Hills waiter is shown the door after he tweets about comings and goings of various celebs. The last straw: he accuses "Hung" star Jane Adams of not paying her check.

By Oct. 6, 2009


Adobe revs media player, signs up Sony

Haven't seen Jerry Maguire enough yet? New movies from Sony and TV shows from CBS are arriving on Adobe Media Player so you can stream them to your computer.

By Jul. 21, 2008