CNET Live: May 21, 2009 Video
Find out what tech only made lives miserable in the past year.
Tom, Molly and the rest of the CNET Live gang discuss their findings from the show floor at CES 2009. Drew Carey of "The Price is Right" stops by to discuss his tech favorites with the crew.
Brian Cooley ponders the potential consequences of CNET Live's conquest of cyberspace.
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The delays for Microsoft's XP Service Pack 2 have made headlines for weeks. What should consumers consider in deciding when and how to install the update? Correspondent James Hilliard talks with CNET's Security Watch editor, Robert Vamosi, about the update's potential benefits and limitations.\r\n
Find out what gadgets are the hottest with the CNET audience.
Live from CTIA Fall 2009, CNET's Kent German takes a First Look at the Moment, Samsung's first Android smartphone for Sprint.
The author and former CEO of Hewlett-Packard talks with CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari about what's in the future for her and technology. Will she run for office? What piece of tech can she not live without? Find out here.
In an interview, Microsoft security executive Scott Charney tells CNET News' Ina Fried about the latest threats as well as new ways that Microsoft is trying to thwart the hackers.