BOL 1091: The French Disconnection Video
Katie Couric and the CBS News political team discuss John McCain's speech and answer viewer questions.
Anthony Mason examines three Ohio families from three different economic levels and sees how each would be affected by the different tax reforms proposed by Barack Obama and John McCain.
We discuss our first impressions of the official release of Windows 7 in today's post-show.
Facebok embarks on big changes, Sen. John McCain does a Twitterview with George Stephanopolous, and I apologize in advance for way too much Apple news in one day.
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act has long been unpopular with a broad swath of computer users. And Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign has added itself to the list of critics. Join Charles Cooper and Declan McCullagh on the CNET News Daily Debrief to find out why.
The 404 wraps up their first time at San Diego Comic-Con, where they battled zombies, interview David Hasselhoff, and spoke with dozens of costumed attendees.
There is a lot about pants in today's episode. I mean, the French Parliament killed the Net piracy bill, Conficker started adding a key logger, and the AP does more stupid stuff. But really, it's all about pants. The new "Star Trek" movie was shown to a surprised group of Austin fans. Apparently, it melted one man's pants, it was so good. And there are also some robotic pants in today's show. But, the show is far from pants in the British sense. Just listen.
On the CNET News Daily Debrief, Charles Cooper speaks with reporter Elinor Mills on why three French journalists got expelled from the Black Hat security conference for allegedly sniffing network passwords of their fellow journalists.
The McCain-Palin campaign wants YouTube to give political ads special treatment when responding to copyright complaints. Is a better solution to amend federal copyright law? CNET's Declan McCullagh interviews Paul Levy, an attorney with Public Citizen in Washington, D.C., who has litigated countless free-speech cases. Also: Levy's courtroom defense of a window salesman accused of "cybersquatting."
The new Airwave goggles gives skiers an eyefull of stats -- including distance, temperature, speed and altitude. For those who can't bear disconnection on the slopes, the goggles will also display incoming calls and text messages.