The Queue: Minty fresh! Video
Twelve-step for e-mail addicts, cell phones as parking aids, an artificial dolphin fin, and where people are saving money.
Pac-Man gets an update; keeping your kids safe online; a music site that gives away the goods for free; reading books one e-mail at a time; and the details on who will be lining up for the iPhone.
Giant squid pictures, Mission: Impossible-style e-mail, Marriot gives rooms a tech upgrade, and sexy SkinFlix!
De Loreans make a comeback, why your printer is killing you, influential tech from the last 25 years, Evite on the phone, and why people are searching for the meaning of analemma.
We have a fresh round of rumors about a Google phone; the PlayStation gets Facebook; and "unfriend" is now officially a word--a rude one at that!
On today's show, it turns out that people and not just computers are looking at some of the super-private data you give to Google. And some of those people are hipsters in ironic t-shirts. Yeah, scary. Also, the new Twitter debuts, and it's better than the iPad version. Plus, IE 9 and Nokia's new attitude (and personnel): too little too late?
LCD versus plasma, paper data, and a perfect sandwich maker.
Crustaceans get fresh in a viral video; Staples lets you recycle old electronics; a science fair just for brainaics; a poor man's PowerPoint; and, is that flavored water coming out of your tap?
What if we told you that a guy with no background in science or medicine - not even a college degree - has come up with what may be one of the most promising breakthroughs in cancer research in years? Lesley Stahl reports.