Blowback in handling of corporate espionage case forces Microsoft to promise stronger policies protecting privacy of Hotmail account holders.
Company says it cracked open the Hotmail account of an unnamed blogger involved in a Windows 8 espionage case in part because he was selling Windows Server activation keys.
The company's legal department determined that it had the right to go through a private e-mail account, citing a leak of proprietary Microsoft code.
Pop a pair of 2-inch screens on your lobes and see what happens.
Chiropractors are finding new kinds of scoliosis, thanks to the awkward way we rest while using smartphones and tablets. On today's show, we'll demonstrate a few of our favorites, and talk about the weird buying habits of obsessive record collectors.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson tackles the difficult calculations required to determine the weight of superhero Thor's otherworldly weapon.
Gems, Bridget, Ariel, and I sit down for a 404 chat about Facebook baiting users to share more mobile data with Instagram 3.0, Buzzfeed's newest rubbable GIFs, the rise of cinemgraphs, eBay banning the sale of spells online, and regional stereotypes seen through the eyes of Google auto-complete.
Considering self-publishing a book? CNET's David Carnoy discusses the ins and outs of what it's all about.
Thanks to a clever Windows utility called GVJack App, you can make unlimited free calls (for now, anyway).
This weekend, Microsoft is running a Windows Phone Challenge. If your phone is faster than Microsoft's, you win a $1,000 "Hunger Games" PC. If it isn't, you can swap your phone for a Windows Phone.