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An IT guy reveals to a female office employee that he takes covert images at work by using the camera on his watch. She is not amused.
Where was Gandalf at last night's Macy's Fourth of July fireworks show last night? Jeff lets off steam about the lack of advancements in pyrotechnics, but at least we weren't in San Diego! Also on today's show: Dummy interns tweet-talking coworkers, demographics on social networks, and fan-made 404 shirt show-and-tell!
Afraid turning off your phone or computer for an extended period will cause your inbox to explode? Try it, and you might be surprised -- more relaxed, too.
"I think it is logical to assume you're going to have two or three and certainly not six and seven competitors in any marketplace," says AT&T CFO John Stephens.
Dell hired a speaker with a known penchant for sexist humour to speak at a summit. Whatever Dell was trying to do, it backfired. Big time.
Cloud storage services aren't like social media or e-mail services, and CNET's Stephen Shankland says the savvy data consumer can take advantage of that to save money.
Are you ready for a hard drive in the cloud? Do you have friends or family who are nagging you to explain it? Use our FAQ. Updated with new questions.
The online file storage and sync service is more than just a Dropbox and SkyDrive competitor. Because it can cost users real money, it makes us into customers, not just eyeballs for advertisers.
CBS Moneywatch Editor "Aunt" Jill Schlesinger returns to the show just in time for tax day. She'll answer our readers' questions about credit cards, debt, and financial planning software, and she'll also tell us what to do when we hit the next Mega Millions lottery!
Within 30 minutes of launch, many of the elements that make Twitter what it is today were already in evidence. Join us for a quick look back to the very beginning.