Traveling isn't cheap. But now, thanks to some ingenious new Web sites, travelers can split expenses while making friends along the way. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports how these sites might change the way you explore the world.
Use this easy-to-navigate app to get a little help managing money spent and owed among multiple people.
New Zealand court rules that the MegaUpload founder and alleged pirate will see more monthly cash and also be allowed the use of one of his cars.
After creating a spreadsheet in Google Docs, you can create a form that you can then access from your Gmail inbox, even on your phone.
Spinning off assets like HotJobs helped Yahoo eke out a profit once again this quarter, though things are still a yawn as the company remains beset by takeover rumors.
Manually entering transactions was the top-most requested item by its users, according to Mint. Now those users have gotten their wish.
BizMileTracker collects your car trip data so you can later deduct the expenses from your taxes. It beats keeping an odometer log in the car.
Scred is a new service that tracks shared expenses between groups of friends, taking the maths and the headache out of splitting a bill, a meal, a holiday, a visit to a strip club... we've said too much
The story is the same as in 2000 and 2001: raise money by cutting costs.
If you're short of money, why not become an MP? You'll get a massive salary and virtually all of your consumer electronics will be totally free