So, in Florida they're taping magnets to crocodiles heads in order to keep them from moving back to suburbia. It's also last call for Vista with SP2 released to developers. And we talk about good sex and how it shouldn't be filtered in Australia.
Scientists get a closer look at tree-scaling crocodiles and alligators, and why they seek higher ground.
Online financial services company E*Trade is another that has released its Super Bowl ad early. Yes, of course it features the tot.
Viva Movil will need more than an entertainment superstar to become the smartphone shopping destination of choice for Latinos.
Millions of pounds of fat from alligators, which are not threatened, is thrown away every year but the fat is more suitable than other animal fats for biodiesel, a study finds.
Sony Japan has updated its Vaio C laptop line with crocodile skin versions in several cool colors.
Video-sharing site once plagued by copyright violations now features filtering system from Audible Magic.
On today's show, our cogent analysis of the FCC's Net neutrality regulation adoption (actually, I mean that), with surprisingly little argument. Also, the PlayStation phone and the Nintendo 3DS are planning to spoil our CES parade by announcing their cool gadgets after the big show. And Apple proves that it is Wiki-weak. Plus, our holiday thank you cards go out to those Scrooge-like rights-holders who keep shows off Google TV, Hulu Plus and Netflix off cable-supplied TiVo DVRs, and Google Maps off our Verizon phones. Seriously. Thanks for that. Xoxo. --Molly
Awesome or terrifying? CNET's team took a field trip out to Alameda County law enforcement headquarters for a demo and test drive of Taser International's latest police gadgets.
Even as eBay agrees to ban the sale of elephant ivory, wildlife group says this may only be tip of the iceberg when it comes to illegal Internet traffic in protected or endangered species.