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Social-networking sites can help us reconnect with friends and find new jobs, but they're also proving to be a powerful tool for college applicants. CNET's Sumi Das explains how LinkedIn is helping future undergrads research prospective schools and connect with admissions departments.
Instagram users took record numbers of photos this Thanksgiving, and the retail frenzy following Thanksgiving has been more mobile-focused than ever.
Are you buying gifts for someone who spends a lot of time in their garage or home workshop? This is the gift guide to get them set up in top geek style!
Microsoft created a form letter for men to give to the gift givers in their lives asking for an XBox One for the holidays. Some women are offended by the letter though, saying it suggests they don't like to play video games. Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) has the story.
Amazon shows off drones that could deliver packages to doorsteps, but it's doubtful the project will take off anytime soon. Also, Facebook tinkers with feed flashbacks and #GivingTuesday gets a push from Google+ Hangouts.
Today Jeff welcomes Harold Goldberg back to the show, where the two discuss the best games of the year, next-gen consoles, and Harold's Playboy Magazine profile of Rockstar Games' Sam Houser.
XCAR is a home for everyone who has a passion for cars.
Spellbinding hardware and incredible longevity are just a few reasons why Apple's fourth smart phone is the definitive model.
Toys are getting more high tech -- even Barbie. In this CNET holiday gift guide, Sumi Das show us toys controlled by the wave of hand, pajamas that tell bedtime stories, and a mirror that does the face painting for you.
At the Flint Hill School, preschoolers use iPads to make picture books, Skype with penpals and practice spelling, but other schools say it's too soon and avoid electronics. When it comes to technology in classrooms, doctors say moderation is key. (Dec. 2)Copyright 2013 The Associated Press
Ben continues his work to create the ultimate in hot-glueing technology. He takes the concepts he developed in the previous episode to build a drip-free, easy to control hot glue gun. He creates a trigger with Hall effect sensors, builds the extruder mechanism, then reduces the size of the electronics to fit on the gun before showing the project in action.
New Technology Used To Track Consumers. Apple Acquisition Of Primesense For $350 Million. Snapchat Refuses Facebook’s Purchase Offer. Microsoft’s Surface “Smarter” Than The Samsung Galaxy?
The staff at Seattle's Lost Lake Lounge asked a customer to remove Google Glass or leave. After he left, the debate continued on Facebook.
Hey, we know most of you out there think we here at DweebCast are a bunch of infallible professionals who NEVER screw anything up EVER. Well, hate to break it to you, but we're not. We goof up all the time, sometimes on purpose! And here's the proof! A short collection of some of the goof-ups and failed jokes over our first few months in existence.
This week we are getting into using Netcat to setup an instant chat network.
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CNET’S Top 10 Tech Turkeys of 2013. Bitcoin Holds Own Black Friday Deals. An App For Better Bra Sizing. Shushing Obnoxious Sounds with Computer Chips.
Andrew Zarian interviews Dave Jackson from SchoolOfPodcasting.com. Dave has been podcasting since 2005. How did he get started podcasting? Dave also offers tips and advice for anyone who is looking to start a podcast. And Andrew asks Dave to share his thoughts on making money with podcasting. Is there a secret to making money? Plus where does Dave see podcasting going in 2014?
Google has refreshed its embeddable maps, giving them more features and a visual style to match its web and mobile mapping software.
Microsoft intends to start encrypting the flow of information between its datacenters to prevent the NSA from spying on its data.