Ep. 1119: Do we want Google knowing every site we go to? Video
CNET's Rafe Needleman previews Google's suite of free hosted services, Google Apps for Your Domain. The suite consists of a bundle of existing Google products: Gmail, Chat, Calendar and Domain Web pages.
It's estimated that 75 percent of human resource departments are required to perform a Google search on job candidates before a hiring decision is made. If that's the case, do you know what turns up when your name is put into the search engine? Are the results accurate or favorable? A new, free service called Brand Yourself helps you change or alter what search engines like Google can dig up. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
Brian Tong gives you an introduction to Google Glass and some of its really cool functionality. The real question is whether you'll want to wear it.
Of course, everyone wants to know if the long-awaited white iPhone 4 really is thicker. That's why CNET took the phone to the experts to find out.
Attachments.me gives you tons of options for your Gmail attachments: save to web services such as dropbox, google drive, and box.net; set up filters to organize incoming attachments; and search through past attachments on the website.
We remember the websites that really bit the big one.
If it involves celebrities and technology, chances are we want to unfriend immediately. That's just the type of mood we're in today.
Dream of your own .com? Here's how to buy that domain name you've always wanted.
A major change to the way Google presents search results arrived Wednesday as Google began changing the search results page as its users typed their queries.
We've all googled our names, but how many of us have actually wanted to meet our "Google twins" or "Googlegangers"? That's the premise behind the new documentary, Google Me. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi sits down with filmmaker Jim Killeen and learns about the six other Jim Killeens he's met around the world through Google searches.