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'Scrabulous' gets shut down on Facebook. Dell wants into the MP3 market...again. And research out of IBM shows that hackers are getting faster and smarter.
Yahoo CEO talks Facebook and privacy.
Yahoo widgets for TV are Internet-connected content modules that let you download weather, stocks, news, and even Flickr photos directly to your television. So how do they work?
It's not cheap, but Yamaha's flagship Pro headphone delivers excellent sound tuned to satisfy audiophile tastes.
Nevada allows Google's self-driving cars, Facebook social-reader users on the decline, and a Yahoo board member responsible for vetting CEO Scott Thompson's resume will not seek re-election.
A changing of the guard is under way at Yahoo, Hulu may be expanding overseas, and your TiVo wants you to eat pizza.
On this special edition of Loaded, Natali Del Conte shares some of her favorite Web sites that can help you save time.
Microsoft and Yahoo continue to slug it out over control of the company, find out the latest bit of drama. Plus, see how the Olympic torch run is progressing online. And, What's a eight letter word for drama? S-c-r-a-b-b-l-e. See how Mattel is planning to battle Scrabulous on Facebook.
More bad news for Yahoo as the Internet pioneer laid off 1,500 employees on Wednesday. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on who is being cut and why.
The four-tuner Tivo Premiere Elite makes its debut, Netflix cracks down on people who stream more than one video at the same time, and Yahoo's board fires CEO Carol Bartz after less than three years on the job.