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CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Senior Reporter Daniel Terdiman discuss Twitter's initial public offering. Find out what this social-media giant learned from Facebook's IPO, how it plans to turn a profit, and why tweets will no longer be your standard 140-character messages.
Outtakes from episode 149 where we discuss cheating on Twitter with Facebook.
If you're feeling constricted using just one laptop screen or desktop monitor, Donald Bell is here to show you how to add more visual real estate to your computer setup.
Today we'll book our tickets to the next night at Club Applebee's, brainstorm the sneaky new ways students are using technology to cheat more than ever, discuss a Kickstarter campaign to throw a convention for gay gamers, and discuss a future on the horizon where the absence of a Facebook profile makes you "suspicious."
Rifles, a dearth of traffic lights, and cheating marathoners.
This week we run down all the Twitter tools you'll ever need to make yourself a Twitter god or goddess! Find local Twitterers in your area, phone in your Twitters, discover the best links in everyone's Tweets, and tons more. Plus the FU of the Week is served by an IBM master inventor who connected his house to Twitter, and the Artist of the Week is the designer of the infamous FailWhale!
The popular social-networking tool has just admitted to recording a lot more information than just your tweets. Users of the service who have installed the Twitter app on their smartphones are now unknowingly sharing their contact list and browsing history, among other details. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on what this means for your privacy and what the company plans to do about it.
The Kindle could be coming to Germany, Google releases a slew of new products and features, and Twitter files for a trademark for the word "tweet."
Wii U to launch without TVii, Twitters lets you email tweets, and a movie theater chain is rewarding courteous filmgoers.
Two major announcements come from events for Microsoft's Windows Phone 7.5 and for Barnes & Noble's Nook, T-Mobile and Verizon have more 4G offerings, and Twitter buys popular client TweetDeck.