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Do you need to worry about spyware? How do you get rid of it? Robert Vamosi and Tom Merritt have the answers.
CNET's Robert Vamosi looks at the newest version of the browser from Opera.
Katie Couric and the CBS News political team discuss John McCain's speech and answer viewer questions.
Kent German translates a mumble, we explain CES, and Tom can't help but answer a Windows 7 question.
CES overloaded the industry with 3D TV hype, and it's time to bust it. Rafe Needleman interviews CNET's John Falcone and HDNation's Robert Heron on the practical realities, and likely future, of 3D TV.
Academy Award winner Robert Towne ("Chinatown") writes and directs "Ask the Dust," set under the brutally sunny skies of Depression-era Los Angeles. Based on novelist John Fante's masterpiece, Towne's interpretation focuses on a city exotic and vulgar, glamorous and raunchy - a place of heat and dust. Full of imports - palm trees from Egypt and people from everywhere in search of health and wealth, fame and fortune - L.A. is the city of first and last resort, where all dreams are supposed to come true. So it is for Arturo Bandini (Colin Farrell), a son of Italian immigrants who dreams of becoming a famous novelist and marrying a beautiful blonde, and Camilla Lopez (Salma Hayek) a Mexican who longs to marry a WASP and shed her last name. In a time when Anglo-Chicano relations hang by tattered threads, Bandini and Camilla collide with one another, fighting the city and themselves to make their dreams come true.
Is now the time to go Blu-ray? What are the key features to look for in an AV receiver? CNET's John Falcone answers all your questions about home audio and video.
Comedian and self-appointed Judge John Hodgman reveals the secrets to surviving the apocalypse and answers your questions about National Donut Day, the proper way to grow a mustache, and how to deal with Internet whiners.
This is the first music video from the up-and-coming Swedish rock band Blank. The video is directed by Ola Cristensson and Carl-Robert Jonzon.
Progressive instrumental artist Robert A. Wolf has put together various images from locations such as Arizona, California, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, and Florida. Congo Rain is the first track on the 1993 Robert A. Wolf CD "Sanctuary."