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Are People Taking a Break from Facebook? (CNN VIDEO)

I appeared on CNN’s Reliable Sources this morning with Howard Kurtz to take a look at Facebook. It turns out the social network may be losing some of its shine. Take a look at these stats from a recent Pew Internet survey: – 61% of Facebook users have taken a break from the service at […]

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CNN: The Second Screen Bowl

Some websites I mentioned on air where you can show your support for your favorite team: – likebowl.com – “like” your team on Facebook and they move closer to the goal line! – vinebowl.com – share 6 second videos to show support for your team! Stream the big game live on your Computer or Phone […]

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CNN VIDEO: iPhone 5: Thinner, faster…better?

iPhone fever is at an all time high, and as everyone knows I’m a huge fan of the product. But does that necessarily mean it’s the right choice for everyone to upgrade? With the phone already smashing all pre-order records for Apple, selling 2 million devices in the first 24-hours it was on pre-sale, it’s […]

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CNN: Tens of thousands kicked offline today! FBI trying to root out nasty virus DNSChanger

Today, the FBI pulled the plug on a set of servers that provided a set of fixed DNS servers for Internet users infected by the DNS Changer. While this is a big step in finally getting the DNS Changer malware out of our hair, this also means that many Internet users (some estimates put it […]

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VIDEO: Use an App to Track Down Your Lost or Stolen Smartphone

Whether you’re on iPhone or Android, you can track down your lost or stolen cell phone using an app. In my latest on CNN, I show you how!

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VIDEO: Looking to spy on your friends, family, or babysitters? Check out the latest in spy tech!

With Stuart Chaifetz in the news this week after wiring his autistic son Akian with recording equipment and capturing some truly horrible emotional abuse hurled at Akian by educators, it’s time to look at the various tech that’s out there in the spy tech world. Bullying is an epidemic in this country, but lately it’s […]

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VIDEO: How Women and Politicians Are Finding Success Sharing Pins on Pinterest

There’s a misnomer out there that women aren’t techies, but Pinterest is proving just the opposite! If the platform is appealing, women will use it in huge numbers. With everything from brands like Oscar de la Renta sharing wedding dresses to moms sharing recipes, Pinterest has really exploded in recent months. In the clip above, […]

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VIDEO: Why 2012 Is the “Data Election”

If you thought the 2008 election saw an explosion in social media being used by the Presidential candidates, just wait until you see what 2012 will hold. While email blasts, Facebook and Twitter made huge differences in terms of fundraising and getting the message out last election cycle, Barack Obama and his team was way […]

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Google’s glasses: How do they work, and what do they mean?

There’s been a ton of talk this past week about Google’s Glass, the augmented reality project that essentially puts a smartphone on your face! My appearance on HLN about Google’s augmented reality project generated a lot of interest, and even landed a clip of me on the Daily Show! Did you miss the hype and […]

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Apple denies DOJ price fixing allegations – my take on @CNN

One story that’s been generating a lot of interest lately is the allegations the Department of Justice are making that Apple worked with major publishers to “fix” the prices of eBooks at higher prices. Amazon and others are hoping that an agreement can be reached so that eBook pricing can be set much lower than […]

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