On today's show, find out ways that kids now are using abbreviations in text messages to hide things from their parents. Apparently, "RU/18" is something that kids these days are getting on their cell phones. Also, Pfizer is giving away free three-month supplies of Viagra and Lipitor because of the recession, but only if you were on the drugs before you got laid off. We hope Justin isn't itching to get fired for this deal.
A newly unearthed 2008 memo from the U.S. embassy in Beijing, which was acquired by WikiLeaks, details how Apple began tightening the screws on Chinese counterfeiting operations.
17,000 of the pharmaceutical company's employees may have had their personal data exposed on a Web site.
"We're lowering prices for S3 by 24 percent to 27 percent in all regions," says Andy Jassy, senior VP of Amazon Web Services; he also knocks old-guard tech rivals.
Supporters of the Stop Online Piracy Act, widely opposed by technology companies, have a secret weapon to win Republican support. It's the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The U.S. Copyright Office plans to endorse the controversial Hollywood-backed bill called the Stop Online Piracy Act.
Same group that hacked NBC News' Twitter account earlier this month apparently grabs hold of USA Today's Twitter feed and fires off a clutch of messages.
There's no shortage of blogs claiming to possess photos, video and 3D renderings of the unreleased iPhone 5. The good news for Apple is it doesn't appear to have misplaced any prototypes lately.
The big opportunity for Red Hat may not be in selling software, but rather in corralling contributions from its IT customers.
A long-time open-source insider has moved to Revolution Computing, a start-up focused on the R programming language and programming tools for multicore chips.