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Tune into this episode to hear how you can win $404 in our Comic-Con 2013 SuperWeakness contest! Today's rundown also includes a discussion of Jay-Z's business strategies, the real wealth of popular hip hop artists, and a creepy smartphone app that lets you see what you'd look like with plastic surgery.
What would you do if you found a bag of white powder tucked neatly into the textbook you just bought on the Amazon Marketplace? If you're smart, you'd take it to the police like Sophia Stockton, a junior at a university in Kansas that discovered something similar in the pages of a history book called "Understanding Terrorism: Challenges, Perspectives and Issues."
The Microsoft Office 2010 RTM is now available for businesses, with the public release coming in June. We take a First Look at some of the new features in Microsoft Office 2010 RTM.
Brian Cooley invades the studio! Bing uses your Facebook social graph to help you make better...Decisions. T-Mobile lets you make Wi-Fi calls for free, but that will probably go away if the merger with AT&T happens. Another reason not to like it. Plus, the Power Point versus Keynote debate rages on!
Microsoft walked away from Yahoo this weekend in sheer frustration. Find out what is next for both big companies. Deutche Telecom may buy Sprint, which would make T-Mobile a much bigger force to reckon with. And iPhone users lose their free Wi-Fi just as fast as they got it.
Microsoft Office 2010 launches Wednesday, Windows Mobile phones get free voice-guided GPS, and Playboy goes 3D.
The public beta for Microsoft Security Essentials, the free replacement for Live OneCare, is now closed, but that doesn't mean you've missed your chance to see what it's like. In this First Look video, we look at the new interface, the new features, and the new limitations of the latest free antivirus to enter the market. Should AVG and Avira be scared? Watch and find out.
It's T-Mobile Android day! iPhone who? Plus, Samsung releases an Armani phone in Europe with lots of bling, and "The Godfather" is now available as a digital download.
ZDNet's David Coursey and Chris Pratley, a Microsoft product manager, take a look at the new features in Microsoft Office 2003, which is now available to several thousand beta testers.
Sony launches a new line of Walkman players, an ugly physical keyboard is now available for the iPhone, and how to make voice calls over Twitter.