Cloud backup service is much more than that. It can also be a smart, searchable tool for social-media discovery.
A problem wiped out the list of documents for many people using Google's online tools for word processing and spreadsheets. The data remained intact, though, and Google said the problem is fixed.
CNET's Jessica Dolcourt shows you three ways to back up your Gmail in-box online and on the computer--or most other Web mail messages, at that.
Facebook now shares the stories you "like" on third-party sites with your News Feed. It's actually kind of cool, but please: use this feature responsibly, won't you? Also, Gmail goes down and we're all rushing to back up, I call "Unicorn" on rumors of a white iPad 2, and the Tolkien estate takes the Culture of Ownership to a whole other level. --Molly
You have to try this great new service that mirrors all the photos you post online to your hard disk.
Breaking news right at the top of the show as Microsoft loses its appeal and the court rules they have to stop selling infringing copies of Microsoft Word by January 11, 2009.
Your information is the currency of Web 3.0. Time to start understanding its value and protecting it accordingly.
Special guest Darren Kitchen from Hak5 joins us to talk through secure Wi-Fi networking, VPNs, SSL, and protecting yourself from the dreaded Firesheep.
What tech is necessary for your emergency kit? We cover some ideas and take some from the audience.
Josh schools us in saving your social connections and data for posterity, and what makes the new game Minecraft so addictive. Plus: Rafe on passwords and laptop theft, and more questions about HP laptop reliability.