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Steve Jurvetson of Draper Fisher Jurvetson talks about why he's so excited to drive his Tesla Model S--and what it means for the rest of the electric vehicle industry. But will consumers ever bite? Sumi Das reports.
These days, we turn to Google for help with just about everything. So why not use it to help learn a foreign language? Google is in the middle of experimenting with a new, free program that immerses you into your foreign language of choice while you surf the Web. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
Yahoo's new CEO, longtime Google exec Marissa Mayer, will be the the sixth person to occupy the CEO office in the past five years. Can Mayer turn around the struggling search company? Correspondent Sumi Das reports.
Google executive Marissa Mayer joins CNET's CES 2012 panel on Women in Tech and reveals her tips to avoid job burnout and on becoming and staying successful.
Microsoft's Steve Ballmer and Kirk Koenigsbauer show off the new Office for consumers and businesses, with redesigned apps including OneNote, Sharepoint, PowerPoint, and Excel. The cloud-based software will be available for tablets, smartphones, and desktop devices.
New sites like Dog Vacay and Rover.com are connecting dog-sitting hosts with local pet owners who can't travel with Fido this summer. Kara Tsuboi brings you the latest in high-tech dog sitting.
Venture capitalist companies are notorious for trying to make big profits by investing in startups. But Sumi Das talks to the founder of one firm that's looking for a different return on investment: social good.
Finding a job is never easy, but especially not for older workers who have either been out of the workforce for a while or whose technology skills may not be as up to date as the market demands. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on a handful of useful Web sites and resources for the over-50 job seeker.
On Monday the Internet may go dark for tens of thousands of computer users here in the US. That's because several years ago hackers sent out a debilitating virus that affected several thousand users worldwide. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on how the DNSChanger malware works and what you can do to protect your computer.
Blueseed is raising money from investors in hopes of creating a seaborne startup community 12 nautical miles off the coast of Silicon Valley. The floating "Googleplex" would allow foreign born entrepreneurs to work (and live) on a retrofitted cruise ship without obtaining a work visa. Kara Tsuboi reports.
QR codes are everywhere, from magazines to signs and billboards. Pretty much anyone can create a QR codes. But while QR codes make it easy to connect with legitimate Web sites, they also make it easy for hackers to distribute malware. Jonas Tichenor tells you how you can protect yourself.
Google's Clay Bavor announces Google Drive for iOS and Chrome OS at Google I/O in San Francisco. Users can make their files available everywhere, add people, and give them edit access for collaboration.
Google's Brian Rakowski offers a sneak peek of the Chrome browser for Apple's iPhone and iPad at Google I/O in San Francisco. The new software will be available today for users.
Five years ago, Steve Jobs introduced the world to the iPhone. And the world hasn't been the same since. CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Josh Lowensohn take a look back at the iPhone's debut.
Google's Sergey Brin leads a demo of Google's Project Glass with a group of skydivers outfitted with the new video-capturing spectacles. The skydivers jump from an airplane during Google I/O while attendees watch via the company's Hangout software.