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Microsoft and Yahoo break up again. eBay's PayPal mandate is halted by the Australian government. Plus, a new study shows that Barack Obama is winning the election...online anyway.
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Barack, Do you really want everyone to know where you are? In the Googorola aftermath, Microsoft was reportedly one of the comapnies in negotiations with Motorola. And the best way to kill an iPad 3 rumor, is to squash it with another rumor that you made up. Plus, Wilson Tang of the 404 joins us in studio.
The Obamas will soon be the youngest first family to move into the White House since the Kennedys nearly 50 years ago. Steve Kroft speaks with Barack and Michelle Obama about their personal transition.
In Wednesday's edition of the Daily Debrief, CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi and Stephen Shankland discuss Mozilla's record-breaking launch of its updated browser, Firefox 3. Also, News.com readers weigh in on how and why Firefox developed such a cult following.
The rumor mill has it that Amazon wants to give its Prime subscribers a free Kindle. Like, all of them. We think that fails the sniff test, but we might be hypersensitive because of the ridiculous rumor mill that briefly killed off the Palm Pre and Palm Pixi this week. Oh, and Google's working on fixing Buzz. Thanks, Google. --Molly
Barack Obama signs up for 'Scribd,' Best Buy takes gadget kiosks to the airport, and we take a peek at the anticlimactic Yahoo shareholders meeting. Plus, Microsoft proves that we are all the Kevin Bacons of the Internet.
Two important dudes are giving big keynote addresses today: Steve Jobs and Barack Obama. You may have heard of them. We'll tell you where to get all the news. Plus, there is other news in the tech world today if you are on Apple info overload.
Two years in the making, Firefox 3 is a feature-loaded improvement on the previous version. Faster, safer, but not without some controversy, take a first look at Mozilla's big browser update.
It's a big ol' download and it's still a bit buggy, too, but the latest Firefox 4 beta for Android is growing into a solid browser worthy of its Mozilla heritage.