CNET News reporter Ina Fried joins the podcast from the Windows 7 launch in New York City.
Microsoft's Bing links up with Twitter, Facebook; RIM unveils BlackBerry Bold 9700; and the first of many deep deals on Windows 7 surfaces.
Mike Schroepfer, vice president of engineering, gives some background at the Web 2.0 Summit about how the site stays afloat under the weight of 300 million users.
The day after posting record profits, Apple unleashes a slew of upgrades to some of its most popular hardware. Listen for more details about this and some of today's other top stories.
Verizon takes on the iPhone with Droid; Sidekick data coming back, but slowly; and Gartner tells IT managers to lighten up about social networking already.
CNET Labs puts the OSes through their paces and we share the results.
CNET News reporter Ina Fried explains why the recent Sidekick outage took a particular toll on the deaf community.
Gartner predicts a tech industry turnaround, new Wi-Fi spec could replace Bluetooth and home routers, and is the Large Hadron Collider sabotaging itself?
Why is Apple's new Snow Leopard OS gobbling up some users' files? We sit down with CNET's Erica Ogg to talk about the rare problem and what Apple is doing about it.
Sidekick data outage leads TMobile to halt sales of the device. Also: Vanished Facebook accounts still missing. And "The Social Network" is coming soon to a big screen near you.