A new survey shows that not only do 96 percent of respondents feel a closer connection to their partner when using Skype, but 29 percent have engaged in "naughty" calls.
"The Imitation Game" opens the 2014 London Film Festival, heralding a number of movies exploring our complex relationship with technology.
How do you find love in today's jam-packed, complicated, tech-obsessed world? Join Brian Tong for a Valentine's Day special, where we help you navigate your love life.
In the tech news this week, Stephen and Brian bust me for buying an iPhone 4 on eBay to tide me over until there's a phone I really want--or until my Verizon contract is up. Nicole Lee joins us to talk about Nokia and Microsoft's new baby, the Lumia 800, and Sony's plans to get serious about making smart phones. Plus, stock advice from the gang, the coming nightmare that is the Stop Internet Piracy Act, and Computer Love.
It's Valentine's Day, everyone, so we've got a special edition of Computer Love with special guest Dr. Wendy Walsh dishing out the love 2.0 advice. Also, in the tech news, the worst-kept secret in the tech world is unveiled in Barcelona: the PlayStation Phone. Plus, 10-inch tablets creep out of the woodwork to take on the iPad -- finally -- and will an iPhone Nano make an appearance? --Molly
The EU is standing up for your right to be lonely and off the grid. And we're glad they are. Plus, Google lays down the smack on Facebook--no importing without reciprocity, suckaz! And in other tech beefs, Consumer Reports goes after Gamespot's claims that the Kinect can't see darker-skinned players. Plus, apple pie sparks an Internet war. --Molly
A woman is heartbroken after splitting with her lover. So she takes to YouTube and pours out her woes. Moved by her performances, her lover returns.
Report says prolonged usage of cell phone can lead to elbow pain.
The inventor of a computer-controlled "Virtual Sex Machine" makes pitch for adult video companies to work with him to develop data tracks in sync with the films.
Efficiency expert Timothy Ferriss leads a high-tech, high-productivity lifestyle. Can his advice help busy parents, too?