In just a few minutes you can tweak the social network's default privacy settings to ensure you're sharing posts and photos only with the friends you intend to share them with.
Facebook assures us that recent reports of friends' phone numbers being exposed via our accounts are unfounded, but the confusion surrounding the matter shows the service's privacy policies are clear as mud.
Give Windows Vista a checkup and catch potential problems with your machine before they get out of control.
In Thursday's Daily Debrief, CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi and Dan Farber discuss the state of the company more than four months after Microsoft's takeover bid. What do all the recent staff departures mean and why hasn't Yahoo better articulated its plan to move forward?
Our Weekly Utilities Update report is a list of all the updates for many Mac utilities that have been released in the past week.
Microsoft releases details on number and severity of vulnerabilities for Vista, saying it compares favorably to XP in its early days as well as to current competitors.
NASA makes its annual summer survey of the Greenland ice sheet.
Social network readies small interface changes to make it easier to customize per-post privacy settings, while acknowledging past privacy errors.
Need a pulse check? iSpO2 -- an iPhone and iPad accessory -- gives you an immediate reading on your vitals.
Google, Facebook, and other major players have long let users control their personal data. Now Microsoft is taking steps in the same direction with its Personal Data Dashboard.