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If you're looking for a last-minute holiday gift, consider money. CBS News and CNET Technology analyst Larry Magid spoke with Rimmy Malhotra, chief investment officer of Gratio Capital, the parent company of Goalmine.com.
Larry Magid speaks with Flipboard CEO Mike McCue about the new iPad application that allows users to create their own "social magazine" based on recommendations from Twitter and Facebook.
Mozilla's Aza Raskin is warning about a new type of phishing attack called tabnabbing.
Larry Magid discusses the AT&T security breach that disclosed more than 100,000 iPad users' emails. In an interview with CBS News, Goatse Security analyst Jim Jeffers explains what happened and what information may have been compromised.
Larry Magid sat down with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg shortly after he announced that the company was simplifying Facebook's privacy settings.
There are plenty of free PDF readers available for download, but Nitro PDF, which publishes the $99.99 Nitro Professional PDF creation tool, is now offering a free PDF reader whose features include the ability to write comments that can be read by any other PDF reader. To learn how the product works, CBS News and CNET Technology Analyst Larry Magid…
Larry Magid speaks with Togetherville.com founder Mandeep Singh Dhillon about the launch of the new website built for children.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) board at its meeting Friday will consider a proposal from ICM Registry for adult sites to use the .xxx top-level domain instead of or in addition to .com.
Barring any unlikely interference from regulators, the Microsoft Yahoo relationship is a done deal. Larry Magid reports.
Services like Loopt, which lets users (with permission) track their friends' locations using cell phone GPS technology, have been around for a few years. But a new player, Glympse, is launching its public beta service. Glympe CEO and co-founder Bryan Trussel says that his service is easier to use and safer because a user allows him or herself to be…